picture.credit.collagen.com The issue of the South producing the next president of Nigeria is having K-leg since the turn of events in the PDP. Those who are aware of the political parties' activities and power bloc politics in Nigeria, would realize that the north plays a vital role in determining who becomes the president of Nigeria.
Photo Credit: Google Former President Olusegun Obasanjo can endorse three different politicians from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to be the flag bearer of the party in the upcoming presidential election. As a former president who has previously served in the presidential office for eight years, it will be easy for Obasanjo to know those politicians that will be capable of leading the opposition party in the year 2023 general election.
It was in 1993 that General Sani Abacha overthrew a transitional government of Ernest Shonekan and became the Head of State of Nigeria. General Sani Abacha then issued a decree that gave him absolute authority over the Jurisdiction of Law Courts within the country. He also made a decree to imprison any subject for about three months without a trial.
According to the National Board for Technical Education (NABTEB), there are currently thirty seven polytechnics in Nigeria. Eight of these institutions were founded during the military regime of Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ). Three of the polytechnics established during Obasanjo's regime are in the South leaving five in the North.
Shehu Shagari was the first democratically elected President of Nigeria, after the transfer of power by military head of state General Olusegun Obasanjo in 1979 giving rise to the Second Nigerian Republic. The Nigerian military coup of 1983 took place on 31 December that year. It was coordinated by key officers of the Nigerian military and led to the ousting of President Shehu Shagari and the installation of Major General Muhammadu Buhari as head of state.
To give everyone a fair go, some northern leaders are pushing for the return of Nigerian power to the south Our report cites some of the major northern politicians that support the return of power to southern. They also stated their reasons for transferring power to one of the two southern regions
A Nigerian playwright and poet, Akinwande Babatunde, popularly known as Wole Soyinka, has revealed the reason why the North will continue to control the Government no matter who becomes the president. According to him, "Northern Nigeria will continue to control the government no matter who becomes the president.This is because they created fraudulent constitution in Nigeria, fraudulent population in the Northwest and more states in the north"
Former Nigerian lawmaker representing Kaduna central Senatorial district at the National Assembly, senator Shehu Sani has once again broken his silence. This time around, the outspoken politician expressed his concerns over the dangerous spread of abductions all over the country, placing focus on the recent abduction of staffs working for ex-Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo.
Photo: Dr. Kayode Fayemi, culled from the Tableshakers Dr. John Kayode Fayemi was the governorship candidate of the defunct Action Congress (AC) in the 2007 governorship election in Ekiti State. He was actually not declared the Winner, immediately, as the Executive Governor of Ekiti State.
Shehu Shagari was the first democratically elected President of Nigeria, after the transfer of power by military head of state General Olusegun Obasanjo in 1979 giving rise to the Second Nigerian Republic. After the 1966 Nigerian coup d'état, Shagari was among the government officials who handed over government to the military leadership of Aguiyi Ironsi.
Despite the ban of Twitter in Nigeria, so many have taken to that same platform to share what they are currently experiencing as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were shut down without any notice. While reacting to this update, the former minister of aviation during Olusegun's regime, Honourable Femi Fani-Kayode, has taken to his verified twitter page to react to what is happening across some social media platform.
According to the National Board for Technical Education, there are thirty six specialized institutions that have the approval to offer National Diploma (ND) programs in Nigeria. Twenty four of these schools are owned by the federal government. Eight out of the institutions were established by the military administration of Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ) between 1976 and 1979.
Sani Right About Saying That The Solution Is Not Near If Cops Can't Track Obasanjo's Staff Abductors
A while ago, Senator Shehu Sani made it known in his Twitter page that if cops in Nigeria can't track those who kidnapped ex president Obasanjo's staff, the solution to insurgency is not near, but is that right? Insurgency, lack of adequate security, and threats to the tribes in Nigeria's unity, are things that are threatening to break the country apart.
Gunmen Kidnap Obasanjo's Workers Gunmen have kidnapped three workers of former President Olusegun Obasanjo at a village in Abeokuta, Ogun State. The gunmen waylaid the three workers at Obasanjo Holdings, owned by the former president, in Kobape in the Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area of the state, The PUNCH reports.
Femi Fani-Kayode, until yesterday, was a member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and a former minister under the administration of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. It is unarguable that Femi has been a huge adversary of President Buhari and the All Progressives Congress, APC. To have him exchange the PDP for the APC further gives weight to the belief that the elites would go to any length to remain relevant.
"Nigeria would have been better if PDP in its 16yrs had done what Buhari has achieved in 8yrs" -Joe Igbokwe
The special adviser to the lagos state government on water resources and drainage Engr. Joe Igbokwe has taken to his Facebook handle to take a swipe at the People's Democratic Party (PDP). The Anambra state-born APC chieftain alledged that Nigeria would have been far better if PDP in its 16years had done half of what President Muhammadu Buhari has done in less than 8 years in infrastructural development.
Permutations for 2023 have begun, both APC and PDP are skimming for suitable candidates that can amass enough votes against the opposition. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is likely to choose its Presidential candidate from the North. The APC is still in disarray about whom they will choose as their Presidential candidate, the party has not yet zone the position, but with all indications, it can be speculated that the party will likely choose its presidential candidate from the South.
Gunmen have kidnapped three workers of former President Olusegun Obasanjo at a village in Abeokuta on Wednesday. Source: Punch Newspapers A source told our correspondent on Wednesday that the gunmen waylaid the three workers at the Obasanjo Holdings in Kobape in the Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area. Photo Credit: Google
Among Our Past & Present Presidents, Only Obasanjo & Shagari Enlisted Their Children Into The Army- Shehu Sani
Shehu Sani, who is a Nigerian senator, an author, playwright, and a human rights activist, has taken to his official Twitter handle to reveal that among our past and present Presidents in Nigeria, only Chief Olusegun Matthew Okikiola Aremu Obasanjo and Shehu Usman Shagari enlisted their children into the military, while others refused to do so.
Insecurity challenges have been the major concern for not only our political leaders but for Nigerians who want the best for the country. Over the past years, bandits have continued to terrorize innocent people in the country. Their actions have caused the masses to not only lose either their friends or loved ones but have forced them to live in constant fear over impromptu attacks.