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Odigie-Oyegun: Oshiomhole is degrading and demarketing APC

A former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, John Odigie-Oyegun, has criticised the leadership style of his successor and incumbent National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole.According to him, Oshiomhole lacks the temperament and capacity to run a political party.Odigie-Oyegun stated this in his response to a communique issued by the South-South APC State Chairmen, who blamed him for allegedly being the cause of conflicts within the party.The Deputy National Chairman (North), Lawal Shuaibu, had in a May…

NECO scraps use of scratch cards for conduct of SSCE

The National Examination Council (NECO) has scrapped the use of scratch cards, for the conduct of its Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE).Chairman of the NECO board, Abubakar Saddiq, confirmed this on Friday during the commissioning of the equipment and unveiling of 20 Toyota Hilux Vans purchased by the agency, in Minna, Niger State.Saddiq disclosed that they have procured 8,000 biometric machines, for registration of candidates during the conduct of its examinations.“In the last people have to buy…

Shittu endorsed call for the resignation of Adams Oshiomhole

Adebayo Shittu,a former Minister of Communications has supported the call for the resignation of Adams Oshiomhole as the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC.Shittu said if Oshiomhole was allowed to remain, APC would go down when President Muhammadu Buhari’s second term was over.Speaking with New Telegraph on the call for Oshiomole’s resignation, the former Minister said, “I endorse it.”Shittu said, “The truth is with Oshiomhole this party would go down by the time President Muhammadu Buhari…

Abia State suffering under Ikpeazu- APC Cheiftian

Chief Onyekachi Iheme, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress(APC), has stated that there was nothing to celebrate in Abia State.According to him, the state Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP)-led administration, have failed to dispense democratic dividends to the people.Iheme opined that the poor living standard of Abia people has deteriorated under Ikpeazu-led administration, urging the Governor to think firstly, about the suffering Abians as he assumed office for a second term.…

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Yobe governor, Buni takes predecessor’s daughter as third wife after swearing in

Governor Mala Buni of Yobe State has taken a third wife barely 24hours after his swearing in.The Governor tied the knot on Thursday with the daughter of his immediate past predecessor, Ibrahim Gaidam.Buni’s new wife is Ummi Adama Gaidam.Ummi Adama, who takes the position of Governor’s third wife is currently studying in Saudi Arabia.Ummi’s marriage to Buni could be to strengthen their political relationship.Aljazirah reports that there are strong rumours indicating that the new bride will be made the…

Imo Speaker sudden resignation only 24hours after

The Imo State House of Assembly Speaker, Lawman Duruji, has resigned.Duruji resigned on Thursday just 48 hours after he assumed office following the resignation of the former Speaker, Acho Ihim.Duruji had, on Tuesday, emerged the new Speaker after garnering 14 votes to beat his only rival, Chinedu Ofor (Onuimo), who got 11 votes.Duruji confirmed the development to our Correspondent in Owerri on Thursday.He said, “It is true. I have just reigned as the Speaker of the Imo State House of Assembly.…

Ihedioha engages authority, demolishes Akachi tower

Barely 24 hours after Emeka Ihedioha was sworn-in as governor of Imo State, he has performed his first assignment: demolition of the Akachi Tower located on Naze road, Owerri. The tower was built by the immediate past governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha.Heavily-armed security agents including the military barricaded the sight, preventing even journalists from getting closer.The Akachi Tower, measuring over 40 feet according to Okorocha symbolises the hand of God over Imo State. The monument was also meant to serve…

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