Reactions As Nigerian Police FPRO Replies Fan Who Said We Do Not Have A President yet.
Nigerian Police Power Advertising Official FPRO, Ruler Olumuyiwa Adejobi has taken to online entertainment to answer a fan who said we don't have a president yet. Responding to a new tweet from the Nigerian Police Power Advertising Official FPRO, Ruler Olumuyiwa Adejobi sharing some photograph of top cops which incorporated the Monitor General of Police, Usman Soluble base Baba at Friday's jumat supplications in celebration of the 2023 Majority rules system day in Abuja, a Twitter client tweeted: "We don't have a president yet"
Today's Headlines: Tinubu Suspends Emefiele, Ganduje Slams Kwankwaso Over Property Demolition
Photo Credit: Google Tinubu Suspends Emefiele Photo Credit: Channels Television President Bola Tinubu has suspended Godwin Emefiele as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor. “President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has suspended the Central Bank Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele, CFR, from office with immediate effect,” the Director of Information, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Willie Bassey said in a Friday statement.
Senate Presidency: I'm Sorry, I Regret Supporting The Igbos -Asari Dokubo Says, Gives Reason
Alhaji Asari Mujahid Dokubo has gone live on Facebook to clarify his assertion that he supports a Southeastern Senate Presidency. As he added, "For the unity of Nigeria, I had maintained that the next Senate President should come from the South East," he began by reminding his audience of his support for a Southeastern Senate Presidency.
The Party Told Us To Step Down Because They Wanted To Reward The Son Of A Former Governor -Oyalowo
Ayo Oyalowo, a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), recently shared his experience of giving up on contesting for the house of representatives alongside other party members. During an interview on a program aired by Arise News, Oyalowo emphasized that he relinquished his intention to run for the house of representatives after being informed by party leaders that they intended to support the candidacy of a former governor's son as a form of reward.
The Party Asked Us To Stand Down in Order To Reward The Offspring Of A Past Governor — Oyalowo.
During an interview on Arise News, Ayo Oyalowo, a member of the All Progressives Congress, shared how he and other party members had to give up their intention to contest for the house of representatives. He explained that the party leadership wanted to reward the son of a former governor by allowing him to contest for the position.