Ahead of the 2023 General Elections, There are indications that the PDP Presidential Candidate may emerge from the North due to the Presence of Political Heavyweights in the North. If this eventually happens, the Southern Region 'll definitely produce the Party's Vice-president Candidate. There are Three High-Profile Politicians from South to watch out as the likely 2023 Vice-presidential Candidate of the PDP.
There's Snake And The North Is Pampering It With A Piece Of Meat While The South Is Evicting Them- Senator Shehu Sani
Senator Shehu Sani Blast the Northern and Southern Region of Nigeria over the way they are treating bandit. Though the issue of Insecurity in Nigeria has been a talk of the day. Many Nigerians are having sleepless nights because of crime in the country. However senator Shehu Sani tweeted on his twitter handle and according to him "There's snake in the house and the North is pampering it with piece of meat hoping it will go away. While the South is evicting it from the inner room to parlour hoping it will go
Recently, Agitations are mounting for Power Shift to the Southern Region in 2023. Southerners believe that by then, the North would have held on to power for Eight years. Therefore, the Next President should emerge from the South. On the other hand, Majority of Northerners have kicked against power shift saying it is not back up by the Consistution.
As the 2023 presidential election is fast approaching, the North and Southern regions have continued to debate over where the next President of Nigeria should come from. With each region insisting on being the rightful region to produce President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor, it can be argued that the 2023 Presidency could go to the region with the best strategy.
As the 2023 presidential election is fast approaching, many Nigerians have begun to clamour for the zoning of the presidency to their region. The country, which is broadly divided into North and South, has seen the two regions debating over where the next president of the country should come from.
In Nigeria, people do have different kind of food they eat that's special to them depending on their culture. From observation and if you haven't been to places where they eat dog meat, you will discover they have one thing in common:, S:x.While these tribes find eating dog meat so pleasurable, other tribes see it as disgusting and forbidden habit and should not be eaten. Here are the four tribes in Nigeria that eat dog meat. 1- CALABAR: Calabar is the state Capital of Cross River State, Southern Region in
A lady who is from Katsina State according to her biography on Twitter has revealed what she loves about Southern region of Nigeria.
According to report reaching us from a reliable source, Yoruba Nation agitators and other self-determination activists have threatened to stage "never-seen-before mass actions" in any Southwest state that authorizes grazing reserves. The secessionist group, which operates under the banner of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, released a statement on Friday titled “Governors in the Southern Region that welcome FG’s Grazing Reserves should prepare for a never-seen-before mass action”.
Yoruba Nation agitators and other self-determination pioneers threatened to launch "unprecedented large-scale protest" in any southwestern state that allows grazing reserves. The Nigerian Alliance for Self-Determination of Indigenous Peoples and Secessionist group announced this in a statement on Friday titled "Governors in the Southern Region that welcome FG’s Grazing Reserves should prepare for a never-seen-before mass action”.
Photo Credit: The Punch. Yoruba Nation agitators under the aegis of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS), have threatened to parade an unprecedented protest in states that give room for grazing reserves in the Southern region of the country. According to them, Governors in the Southern Region that welcome the Federal Government's Grazing Reserves policy, or cede an inch of their ancestral land to the central government for Fulani herdsmen grazing reserves, should be ready to face the wrath of the people.
As the 2023 general election is drawing closer, there is a lot of concern and debate over who will take over from president Muhammadu Buhari as the next president of Nigeria, and where the successor should come from.Some are of the opinion that the southern region should produce the next president while others speculate that a Northern may secure the Aso Rock Vila come 2023.
Activist Aisha Yesufu, have reacted to the decision that the Southern Governors tooks days ago, by banning Open Grazing in the Region.On Tuesday, the 17 Governors of the Southern Region held a meeting, and discussed about the Insecurity challenges that the south have been experiencing for while now.
Adamu Garba has reacted towards people like Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu who are agitating for odua region and Biafran he said people from the north are not afraid if Nigeria is to be divided as a country.
According to reports, the sitting Governors, leaders and stakeholders of the south south region, has finally met with the Presidential delegates led by the Chief of Staff to the President, Ambassador Ibrahim Gambari, in Port Harcourt Rivers State, for a rescheduled meeting, a week after the first scheduled meeting was cancelled at the last minute. The report stated that the meeting took place even when the Presidency didn't apologize to the South South Leaders, as demanded following the cancellation of their