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COVID-19 Vaccine: Fayemi’s remark on gov Yahaya Bello has political undertone- Group

A group known as GYB2PYB has lashed out at Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti for criticising Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi over the statement made by the Kogi Governor against  COVID-19 vaccine which has generated a heated debate on the social media. The Governors’ forum,, through Fayemi had said Governor Bello has the right to his opinion on Covid-19 vaccine, ...

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Why Yoruba may lose 2023 Presidency- Group

Notable Yoruba leaders have warned that the current disunity among the people may prevent the South West zone from producing Nigeria’s President in 2023. They gave the warning at the 2021 Pan-Yoruba Summit, with the tagline “Yoruba Nation: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” organised by the Yoruba Patriots Movement (YPM), at the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Oyo State, yesterday. ...

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Why Igbos are insisting on having Biafra- Adebanjo

Ayo Adebajo, a chieftain of the Yoruba socio-politicalgroup organization, Afenifere has explained why the Southeast is insisting on having Biafra Adebajo stated that Igbos believe that 1999 constitution does not solve their problems, hence the agitation for Biafra. He made this assertion during his speech at the 18th Daily Trust Dialogue held in Abuja. The elderstateman lamented that the current ...

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“Don’t blame Oshiomhole for your failure,” APC blasts Obaseki

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo State, Prince John Mayaki, has warned Governor Godwin Obaseki  not to blame former APC National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, for another four years of failure. He blasted Obaseki and his party, PDP, saying that they are suffering from  delusionary obsession with Oshiomhole. He also re-echoed his  calls for the governor ...

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2023 Presidency: Niger State lawmakers declare support for gov Yahaya Bello

The Niger State House of Assembly, has given its backing to the  Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, to succeed President Mohammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s President in 2023, They argued that it was the turn of the state 9 North Central to produce the next President in 2023. The house made this stand when they hosted  25-member Kogi State House of ...

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“Mind your business, don’t meddle in our affairs,” Ogun PDP blasts gov Makinde

Ogun chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked Governor Seyi Makinde to mind his business and stop meddling in the affairs of Ogun PDP. They told him to first solve the myriad of crisis bedevilling the Oyo State chapter of the party before thinking of solving other challenges. Acccording to Ogun PDP, Makinde is making.plans  to bring in ...

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We will do everything to reclaim Anambra govt house, PDP chieftain vows

The South East, Zonal Caretaker committee of PDP, Alli Odefa has given the reasons why the party would take over Anambra Government house this year. Acccording to Odefa, Anambra, Enugu and Abia States as PDP strongholds. He vowed that they would do everything towards reclaiming the Awka Government House. He said: “Anambra is fully a PDP state. With two Senators ...

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Why states should handle security matters- APC lawmaker

A Lagos lawmaker, Jude Idimogu, has explained why Nigeria needs state police. He also joined the voices lamenting the rate of banditry and Boko Haram. Idimogu (APC – Oshodi/Isolo Constituency II) says there is need for the federal government to  to allow states to handle security matters. He said that the federal police can come in if a particular matter ...

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Prophet reveals major problem Joe Biden will face

Head of INRI Evangelical Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has reacted to the inauguration Joe Biden as President of the United States. Speaking further, he enjoined him to take good care of his health so that he would not have health challenges. In a statement on Thursday, the cleric said the emergence of Biden has divine intervention. He added that his ...

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Mixed reactions trail sack of women commissioners in Kwara despite performance

Mixed reactions have continued to trail the scorecards of sacked women commissioners. The recently dissolved cabinet was lopsided in favour of the women. Nine out of the 17 commissioners were women, representing 56.25 per cent. It surpassed the 35 per cent global women affirmative. Curiously, the appointment of the women commissioners by Governor Abdulrahman AbdulRasaq was greeted with disdain and ...

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