Rainstorm Destroys Houses In Plateau
Rainstorm, yesterday, destroyed several houses and other properties in Qua’anpan local government area of Plateau State.
The incident, which occurred during one of the early rains in the council area, affected government structures such as the legislative chamber, some departmental offices, staff quarters, the NYSC lodge, the Nigerian Police Force Divisional Headquarters, and the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC).
Also destroyed is the magistrate court building, the local education authority office, classroom blocks at Government Primary and Secondary Schools, the newly roofed NUT Club building, private primary and secondary schools, shopping malls, and several residential buildings, as well as economic trees, among others.
Meanwhile, the chairman of the council, Hon Abdulmalik Yusuf Haruna, who personally went round, some of the affected structures to ascertain the level of damage, sympathised with the victims, admonishing them to accept the incident as an act of God.
Military Warns Against Coup In Nigeria
The Federal Government through The Nigerian military has warned politicians and military personnel against coup in Nigeria
The force issued the warning in a statement posted on its website by its spokesperson Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu.
He said the military would not put itself in a position that would undermine democracy, adding that it would crush any attempt to overthrow the government.
Stop Wasting Our Land, We Want It For Farming, Community Tells Rivers Govt
It is no more news that The people of Rundele in Emohua Local Government Area, Rivers State, have grumbled that the state government has abandoned over 10 acres of land the community donated for development purpose years ago, saying government should return the land if it was no longer interested for villagers to legitimately carry out farming activities.
The community, has, therefore, pleaded with the authorities of the university to return part of the land it occupies in their community for the people to have somewhere to farm.
Amaechi Reacts On Alleged Money Printing
Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi was the former Governor of Rivers State and a Chieftain in All Progressive Congress (APC).
Recently, Amaechi has denied a viral audio saying the President Muhammadu Buhari administration has been printing money since 2015 to run the government.
Reacting to the audio clip which has been trending on social media, Amaechi told members of the public on Tuesday to disregard the clip.
The rate at which prominent Chieftain dump their Political party to another party is becoming alarming.
Recently, A fresh crisis is befalling The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abuja South as Area Council’s elections hold soon.
The race for the APC ticket for the Gwagwalada Area Council is currently between the incumbent Vice Chairman, Kasim Muhammad and former Chairman, Abubakar Jibrin Giri.
According to insiders, the party’s primary on the 23rd of April, 2021 was postponed due to violence.
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