NASS leadership: Why we are liaising with Tinubu – Adamu
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Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, the APC National Chairman says the party was liaising with the President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu, about the 10th National Assembly leadership.
Adamu said this on Wednesday while speaking with newsmen at the end of a four hours closed-door meeting of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) in Abuja.
He said, “When we do the zoning meeting, we don’t just go alone as a party, zoning is to take along the person who has the mandate of this country, the President-elect, Bola Tinibu.
“We want to take him along, he travelled out of the country after the election and he came back only last week and we’ve to carry him along.”
Adamu also said that the APC would not interfere in any interest canvassed in selecting the people to lead the two chambers of the assembly, whether its individual interest or zoning.
I don’t owe you, lobby me to pay, Tinubu tells Wike
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President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, yesterday, said Federal Government, under his administration, owes no obligation to make refunds on federal projects undertaken by states of the federation.
Tinubu, who was responding to a request by Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, in Port Harcourt, at the inauguration of the Rumuokuta flyover-over during a two-day visit to the state, however, told the Rivers governor that he could reconsider his stance on the request on the condition that the governor lobbies him.
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Tinubu said: “On the demand you made for refund, I owe you nothing. It’s your road. You’re the one living on these roads. I commend your efforts. You have to lobby me to collect.”
Attesting to the growing intimacy between him and the Rivers outgoing governor, Tinubu said: “My visit to Rivers is a promise kept, promise fulfilled. If you talk of character, Governor Wike, you are very dependable.
“In Wike, I see a man of principle. He took a stand that the presidency must return to the South. And he had the courage to stand by his conviction, not minding whose ox is gored. He is indeed a man of great integrity. You promoted unity, fairness and championed justice.
Lawmaker-elect Akinosi raises alarm over blackmail
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Mr Tunji Akinosi, a House of Representatives member-elect, claims his car was never involved in an accident that allegedly killed a hawker in Lagos on May Day.
Akinosi, who was elected to represent Ado-Odo/Ota Federal Constituency on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), was also a Commissioner for Forestry in Ogun.
He issued the clarifications in response to a viral video accusing him of knocking down a hawker and breaking his leg in a May Day accident in Lagos.
According to him, the viral video was done in “bad taste and an attempt to smear my personality”.
2023 General Elections: Buhari’s Endorsement And PDP Missiles
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The 2023 presidential election witnessed so many narratives described as unprecedented in the history of Nigeria elections. According to political analysts, it was brazen, it was desperate, it was hard to believe that the nation, instead of improving to catch up with other advanced countries, is retrogressing to say the least.
The election witnessed so much destruction including bloodbaths. Instead of jubilation when a winner was announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at the wee hour of March 1, 2023, there was silence everywhere
Shakespeare captured the graveyard silence that greeted the announcement when he said, “When beggars die, there are no comets seen.” This quotation aptly captured the announcement by the INEC, there were dearth of jubilation.
Aside the graveyard silence that greeted the announcement, the election was widely condemned and discredited both at home and abroad.
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