The defection of numerous PDP members to APC has revealed a lot of truth about the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. Those who hated the president for winning the presidential election back in 2015 and called him fake for his victory are now back to his feet to take orders and act according to his desire.
Hoodlums storm Ogun school, two teachers hospitalised, others flee Students of Community High School, Ijoun, in Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State, on Monday, allegedly hired suspected hoodlums to attack and send their teachers away from the school. The incident occurred barely one week after some students of Unity High School, Kajola, Ibooro, in the same local government also reportedly hired thugs to beat up their teachers.
(Photo Credit: Premium Times Nigeria) To give clarity to Nigerians, the Presidency has again, debunked the report that, President Muhammadu Buhari is 'Jubril of Sudan'. The false claim began when President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Nigeria, in August 2017. The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently, in the custody of DSS, made the false report popular.
The Presidency has refuted claims made by Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), that President Muhammadu Buhari is Sudan's Jubril. According to Buhari's Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, claiming that the president is dead and has been replaced by Jubril from Sudan is "idiocy."
Emerging reports have it that the prime minister of Sudan, Abdallah Hamdok, has been placed under house arrest by a gang of soldiers in what might be another successful coup in Africa. This is coming few weeks after the similar incident happened in another African country of Guinea.
The Sudanese civilians have taken to the streets of Sudan capital Khartoum, where they did a protest against the joint armed forces, demanding for the release of their Prime minister, and some other civilian leaders, who were unlawfully detained by the Sudan Soldiers. Detained Sudan Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok
Recall that in 2017, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari is dead. He further alleged that the President is a clone parading as the real Buhari in Aso Rock. Kanu claimed that a look-alike citizen of Sudan known as Jubril was acting after the alleged death of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Army Declares State Of Emergency In Sudan, Arrest Civilian Leaders The Sudanese military has dissolved civilian rule and declared state of emergency in the country. The military also arrested political leaders. This is coming at the heels of the intense protests that hit the Sudan Capital, Khartoum.
The Prime Minister of Sudan and other civilian leaders and have been arrested by some soldiers. Prime Minister, Abdallah Hamdok, is among those that were arrested by unidentified soldiers. The Military and Civilian leaders have been at war since the country’s long-time leader, Omar al-Bashir, was overthrown, some time ago.
The governor of Benue state, Samuel Ortom on Sunday, October 3, claimed that some persons are plaining to assassinate him. Ortom stated his claims at the Sesugh Maria Pilgrimage Center Ayati, Gwer East local government area of benue state. Governor Ortom also claimed that he knows those behind this plot.
Niger State Government has characterized late Alhaji Saidu Namaska, the Sarkin Sudan, Kontagora of Niger State as an advocate of love, peace and unity. Alhaji Saidu died today, at the age of 84. He died in FCT, Abuja after a long illness. The Niger State Govenrment sent their condolence message thtough Mr. Ibrahim Ahmed Matane, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG).
There exist a rumor that the real President of Nigeria is dead and has been replaced by one Jubril of Sudan. The rumor was mostly promoted by IPOP leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. However, Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity in a recent article says it is unwise to accept his chief is dead and has been replaced with a Jubril from Sudan.
Sudan's prime minister was held by armed forces on Monday for refusing to back their coup, according to the information ministry, following weeks of tensions between the military and civilians who share power since the removal of autocrat Omar al-Bashir. Civilian members of Sudan's ruling council and ministers in Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok's transitional government had also been detained, the ministry said in a statement on Facebook.
Recently, a coup attempt in Sudan failed as the Sudan government took immediate action to track, and arrest the couple plotters. According to a statement disclosed by the Sudanese government, "the military officers, and civilians linked to the deposed regime Of President Omar Al-Bashir had attempted a coup, but were arrested."
Abdalla Hamdok, the Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok holds a press briefing at the Council of Ministers in the capital Khartoum, as unidentified armed men arrested a number of Sudanese leaders early October 25, 2021. Photo credit: google Government source disclosed to AFP, after weeks of tensions between the military and civilian transitional authorities, as demonstrators gathered on the streets to protest the arrests, said AFP journalists.
Sudanese authorities said they had foiled an attempted coup on Tuesday, accusing plotters loyal to ousted president Omar al-Bashir of a failed bid to detail the revolution that removed him in 2019 and ushered in a transition to democracy. Sudan's military reported that 21 officers and a number of soldiers have been detained in connection to the coup attempt.
The Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina said that it is baseless to say that President Buhari is 'Jibril of Sudan'. He recalled that president Buhari in 2017 was traveling in and out of the country for medical attention, and finally on 19 August, 2021, the president came back to the country after his medical treatments.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has condemned the military coup in Sudan and said it is unacceptable. It also called for the immediate release of the Prime Minister and all political prisoners. This was mentioned in a statement on Monday by the spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mrs Esther Sunsuwa, entitled "The Government of Nigeria condemns Coup d' etat in Sudan".
Rivers United Technical Adviser Stanley Eguma has stated that the squad is unconcerned about their CAF Champions League second round opponents, Al Hilal of Sudan. On Sunday, Rivers United will play Sudan at the Adokiye Aimiesimaka Stadium in Port Harcourt. In an interview with The Guardian published yesterday, Eguma stated that Rivers United would be completely focused, but that complacency could jeopardize their chances of winning the tie.
According to the news on CGTN, it is said the military takeover is going on in Sudan on Monday. The civilian rule is said to have been dissolved by the military, and the Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has been detained and moved to an undisclosed location after refusing to issue a statement in support of the takeover said the information ministry.