Credit: Thisday. There are at least two states the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) may lose to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) before the commencement of the general elections in 2023. Currently, the APC controls 22 states across the country, while the PDP controls 13 states.
Ahead of the forthcoming 2022 Ekiti State Gubernatorial Election, Political Gladiators in the State are already warming up to take over Governance from Dr. Kayode Fayemi whose tenure'll elapse on the 15th of October, 2022. Notable among the APC and PDP Aspirants Jostling to replace Fayemi include 1.
One of Yoruba Activist known as Sunday Igboho spoke concerning the issue of his activism and described it as a river that can't be ignored, he gave his review concerning the statement made by Senator Femi Ojudu by saying that Babafemi Ojudu told Tinubu that Sunday Igboho should not create an unrest during the governorship election in Ekiti. Igboho told Ojudu to swear by his nephew if he really took money from him, according to him he said many politicians has been begging him not to fight with Fulani Herdsmen
The last has not been heard of the opinions surrounding the legitimacy of the Malam Buni-led caretaker committee of the All Progressives Congress. Ever since the court case which announced the victory of the governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, some political pundits have latched onto the minority judgment which suggested the illegitimacy of the Malam Buni-led committee.
Dr Fayemi is centered around dealing with the pandemic which is undermining the harmony and serenity of Ekiti State and may put the lives of a similar electorate that Senator Ojudu is concerned won't vote in favor of APC, in danger. Just the living vote; so we exhort the heartless congressperson to get his needs right and join the state government endeavors to overcome this pandemic, rather than being his actual egotistical self, thinking just about appointive triumphs amidst a general wellbeing pandemic."A
Nobody Can Bankroll Me, Even Ojudu Who Called Me A Thug Is Not As Rich As Myself–Sunday Igboho Brags
Nobody Can Bankroll Me,Even Ojudu Who Called Me A Thug Is Not As Rich As Myself–Sunday Igboho Brags Sunday Igboho continues to blast Femi Ojudu, the senator who wrote a trending article about him collecting money from the former governor of Lagos State, Bola Ahmed Tinubu In 2009 as Bribe to stop him from disrupting the Ekiti re-run election in series of video. According to Sunday Igboho in another video that surfaced online, he claims the senator is only trying to be relevant considering the 2023 general election.
On the news today, Special Adviser on Political Matters to the President, Office of the Vice President, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, previous night dismissed aspersions of a rift between Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Asiwaju Tinubu in response to Channels TV ‘Sunrise’ Show where two individuals seemingly representing Asiwaju Support Group and Osinbajo Support Group were turned against each other.
"President Buhari Will Hand Over Power To One Of His 'Apostles' When His Tenure Expires In 2023"- Ojudu
Reporting based on current information reaching us from Punch Newspaper, the Special Adviser to the President on political issues, Babafemi Ojudu has come out to state that President Buhari will successfully hand over to one of his allies when his tenure expires in 2023. He made it clear that those who are campaigning for the resignation of the president or indirectly tackling him in order to bring down his administration are not the first people that have done so, as he went back to recount how the president was massively tackled during his time as military head of state.
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Despite mounting calls for the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) to resign, Babafemi Ojudu, the Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters, indicated on Tuesday that he would finish his term unblemished. He stated that once Buhari is finished, he will pass over to another of his apostles who will build on his accomplishments.
Former Senator representing Ekiti central and incumbent Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters,Senator Babafemi Ojudu has said Ekiti state Governor,Kayode Fayemi should be forever grateful to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for making him Governor of Ekiti state,Southwest,Nigeria. He added that Fayemi should be the one carrying the campaign banner of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu if the former Lagos State Governor decides to run in 2023 because of what he did for him. Ojudu,who made this known in an interview
667 new people have been killed by Corona virus in Nigeria - NCDC Now: 667 new people have been killed by Corona virus in Nigeria - NCDC The National AIDS Control Commission (NCDC) has announced that the Corona outbreak has killed 667 new people across Nigeria. This is contained in the announcement issued by NCDC at 11:18 pm on Friday, June 19th, 2020. In a statement issued last night by the NCDC on its Twitter page, it announced that an additional 667 people from Nigeria's states are as follows; Lagos-281
Since the recent killings of peaceful protest at Lekki toll gate a lot of hoodlums whom we dont know if they were formerly of the peaceful protesters have started since yesterday to destroy Government properties and many important people properties whom they feel should have intervened and stop the killings of innocent protesters. This very day in the morning another Police station in Ojodu Berger axis of Lagos was set on fire by hoodlums who according to a correspondent that the hoodlums converged behind Amuf
Special Assistant to the president on political matters senator Babafemi ojudu has described the current generation of educated Nigerians as people only loyal to theheir stomach. Ojudu in one of his exciting piece on his social media accounts reminisced on how risky the practice of journalism was during the days of the Abacha lead Junta. Ojudu who is one of the founders of the News magazine described how many of them were going in and out of detention at irregular intervals. "I used to tell my family that r