1) 2023: Okorocha Meets Obasanjo In Abeokuta
The former governor who is eyeing the 2023 presidency disclosed this on his Twitter handle.
He emphasised the need to always consult with elder statesmen from time to time for growth and development of a nation.
2) 2023: Fayose Visits Babangida, Abdulsalami In Minna [Photos]
Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has met with two former Heads of State, General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB) and General Abdulsalami Abubakar in Minna, Niger State.
The controversial politician said he discussed the way forward for the country with the former Nigerian leaders and how they can help solve the issues affecting the nation.
The former governor added that issues discussed bordered on the country’s security, economic and political challenges.
Fayose said he would continue with his consultations to find lasting solutions to the problems of Nigeria.
3) Nigeria is broken, we must renegotiate – Oby Ezekwesili
former Mimister of Education, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili has described Nigeria as a “broken State.”
According to her, Nigerians must renegotiate their existence, adding that the country does nothing but drag its citizens down.
The former Minister’s tweet may not be unconnected to the recent happenings across Nigeria, with hardship and insecurity taking a stronghold on the country.
4) Insecurity: Buhari Worst Nigeria President Ever – Deji Adeyanju
The convener of Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as the worst president ever to rule Nigeria.
The human rights activist stated this while condemning the president for the current spate of insecurity in the country.
Adeyanju in a post on his Facebook account called on Buhari to apologise for condemning the Goodluck Jonathan and Peoples Democratic Party government over Insecurity.
According to Adeyanju: “Buhari should apologize to PDP for calling them corrupt and condemning their Govt over insecurity.”
“He is the worst president to ever rule this country. I hope the country survives till 2023.
5) 2023 Presidency: Atiku In Fresh Trouble, May Be Disqualified From Contesting Election
Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar is facing a legal hurdle seeking to disqualify him from presenting himself as a candidate for the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria.
A group, identified as the Incorporated Trustees of Egalitarian Mission for Africa has approached the Federal High Court in Abuja, seeking an order to stop Atiku from contesting future presidential elections in Nigeria.
The group told the court that it is a non-governmental association registered in 13 African countries.
According to the plaintiff in the suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/177, Atiku is not a Nigerian by birth and therefore should not be eligible to become the President of the country.
6) Anambra Police Rescue 4 Pregnant Girls In Baby Factory Fronting As Bar
Police in Anambra have uncovered a baby factory fronting as a bar and brothel in Nnewi.
They also found four pregnant girls awaiting delivery in the raid on the building named Cool Joint Bar.
The purported owner Gladys Nworie Ikegwuonu is presently at large.
The men on a motorcycle were pursued by commercial motorcyclists and beaten to stupor.
One died, the other was arrested.
Police said Ikegwuonu operates by getting young girls and brining in men to impregnate them.
The young girls are sent away after their give birth and their babies sold.
7) Southern Nigeria has no land for herdsmen — IPOB, MASSOB
The leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB; and the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, yesterday, stated that the whole of Southern Nigeria, particularly the South East does not have land for Fulani herdsmen to make a permanent settlement.
The groups also accused the federal government of deceiving Nigerians by allegedly paying ransom to the bandits terrorising some parts of the country while at the same time denying negotiating with them.
8) 2023: Zoning Not In Our Party’s Constitution – APC Chieftain
The Osun State Caretaker Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adegboyega Famodun, has said that zoning was not part of the party’s constitution.
The APC chieftain asserted that zoning is just an “administrative arrangement and agreement” within the party.
Famodun, however, said that it would not be a bad idea if the APC decided to zone the 2023 presidential ticket to the South-West.
He said the states in the South-West zone had always delivered substantial votes for APC during presidential elections.
Famodun, who is the immediate past chairman of the party in the state, said any internal issues the party was having in the state were normal and would be resolved amicably.
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