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Today's Headlines: I Won’t Work With Any Opposition Party-Soludo, Don’t revenge against opposition, traditionalist tells Tinubu

I Won’t Work With Any Opposition Party Member In Anambra House Of Assembly – Governor Soludo Brags

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The governor, who issued the threat on Wednesday while addressing members and supporters of the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the state, asked the people of the state to cast their votes for APGA candidates.

Governor Chukwuma Soludo of Anambra State has threatened to frustrate any member of opposition political parties in the state who emerges a winner in the forthcoming governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections.

Soludo according to a video where he spoke in Igbo and obtained by SaharaReporters, threatened that he would never approve any developmental project for members of opposition parties in the State House of Assembly.

Don’t revenge against opposition, traditionalist tells Tinubu

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The President-elect, Senator Bola Tinubu, has been urged not to revenge against those who do not support his ambition to become the president.

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The leader of Ogboni Aborigine worldwide, Oba Adetoyese Olakisan, gave the advice in an open letter sent to Tinubu copy of which was obtained in Osogbo Wednesday.

Olakisan, who also urged the incoming president to work diligently to rescue the country from her current economic hardship, noted that God has made Tinubu a father to all Nigerians.

He also said the unity of the Yoruba Nation would depend largely on Tinubu, and asked him to work towards a restructured Nigeria.

Court orders INEC to allow two Nigerians vote without PVCs

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A federal high court in Abuja has ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to allow two Nigerians to use their temporary voter cards (TVCs) to vote in the March 18 governorship and state houses of assembly elections.

The plaintiffs, Kofoworola Olusegun and Wilson Allwell, in the suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/180/2023 and filed on February 8, challenged INEC on the position that only a permanent voter card (PVC) can be used in an election.

Delivering judgment on Thursday, Obiora Egwuatu, presiding judge, said the applicants should be allowed to use their TVCs in the absence of the PVCs.

Wike approves promotion of Rivers civil servants

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Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike has resolved to implement outstanding promotion of the State’s civil servants and fulfill his promise of employing 10,000 youths into the service.

Wike said that he had forwarded the list of members of the Civil Service Commission immediately to the State House of Assembly for screening to enable the commission to oversee the process.

Wike spoke on Thursday when he received on a courtesy visit a delegation led by the chairmen of the Rivers State branch of Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Alex Agwanwor and the Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Emechete Chuku at Government House in Port Harcourt.

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Anambra Anambra State Igbo Soludo Tinubu


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