Today's Headlines: Buhari’s new Aide-de-Camp resumes duty, Panic in PDP over APC's Recent Attempt
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Today is Monday being the 22nd of February 2021 and the news headlines for today includes: Buhari’s new Aide-de-Camp resumes duty, Panic in PDP over APC's Recent Attempt.
1. Buhari’s new Aide-de-Camp resumes duty.
Punch Newspapers also discloses that the new Aide-de-Camp to the President Muhammadu Buhari has resumed duty at Presidential Villa which is located in Abuja. The new Aide-de-Camp is identified as Lt. Col Yusuf Dodo, he allegedly took over from Col. Mohammed Abubakar.
It was said that Mohammed Abubakar handed over to the new Aide-de-Camp while being accompanied by his wife and daughter on Monday being the 22nd of February 2021.
2. Panic in PDP as APC woos Zamfara, Bauchi, Cross River governments.
Punch Newspapers recently reveals that the leadership of the People Democratic Party are currently panicking as a result of the attempt of the 'All Progressive Congress'. According to the report, APC has attempted to bring in Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State, Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State and his Cross River State counterpart.
It was said that the negotiations are being handled by Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State and Mai Mala Buni who is known as Yobe State Governor and also the Chairman of the 'All Progressive Congress Caretaker Committee'.
Here Is The Screenshot Of Statement Made By A PDP chieftain:
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