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Buhari meets Tinubu, Oshiomhole at Aso Rock

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday met behind closed door with national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and the party’s National Chairman Adams Oshiomhole, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Tinubu, who arrived at the State House at about 3.56 p.m, was seen moving into the president’s office.
The President’s meeting with the APC leader and Oshiomhole came less than 24 hours after Buhari hosted aggrieved APC aspirants to a dinner at the State House.
Those at the dinner included the governorship, National and State Assembly aspirants who failed to secure the party’s tickets in the forthcoming 2019 general elections, while Oshiohmole was conspicuously absent.
NAN gathered that the president’s meeting with Tinubu and Oshiohmole might not be unconnected with the issues raised by the aggrieved aspirants during their dinner with the president.
President Buhari had also met behind closed door with Gov. Kashim Shettima of Borno.

 

 

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Araraume in trouble as INEC names Amuchie as Imo APGA Gov. Candidate.

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has announced Stanley Amuchie as the authentic governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA in Imo state.
Amuchie’s name was pasted at the INEC office in the state on Friday 9th November 2018.
Sources revealed that the primaries that produced Stanley Amuchie fulfilled the INEC guidelines for primaries and was witnessed by INEC officials, hence the decision.
This is against widespread reports that Ifeanyi Araraume had emerged the governorship candidate of the party.


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There Was a Party: Who Has Jazzed APC

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By Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, let me state once again that I have never been a member of Nigeria’s ruling party, APC, but I was almost a fanatical supporter of its Presidential flagbearer, Major General Muhammadu Buhari, in the 2015 Presidential election. The reason was simple. We were mostly tired of PDP after wasting loads of opportunities in 16 years. Even hardened members of that Party would readily admit to their myriads of gaffes, faux pas, misfortune and misadventure which seemed uncontrollable over those unfortunate years, particularly in the last days of the Jonathan administration. Despite our strident pleas for sanity to prevail, the party pressed on with its crass arrogance that it can rule with impunity for eternity. For that reason, we desperately craved a change and the amalgamation, or cocktail, of political parties called APC was forged in that season of the rape of Nigerian people. With PDP’s unrelenting assault on the people despite the emergence of the mega political party called APC, that party became too attractive to ignore or resist and Nigerians openly welcomed the Party and its charismatic leader, General Muhammadu Buhari, as their saviour.

The choice of Buhari was both divine and coincidental. Many of those who had opposed and rejected him as an untouchable entity for various reasons which are now well known were forced to embrace him on his fourth attempt at seeking the Holy Grail of the Nigerian Presidency. Our theory was rather simple or too over-simplistic: the enemy of your enemy is your friend. At any rate, Buhari won and the rest is history.

The meat of the story is that the APC that took over from PDP under four years ago and what was envisaged by most Nigerians to be the beginning of unity of progressive forces has suddenly become the nightmare prospect of a party in disarray and almost in tatters. It is unbelievable that a party that came into power with so much promise and uncommon goodwill has virtually frittered away its humongous equity. It has become very tempting to see APC as a victim of hypnotism and jazz, a truly Nigerian phenomenon that besets some good ventures and deeds. In case you are not familiar with those terms in the Nigerian context, let me explain what I mean in a jiffy. I don’t know how much of superstitions still exist in our world today, but I think it is still big enough to affect the way we live, in Africa in general, and Nigeria in particular. Everything bad is attributed to evil machinations of the enemies and the devil. It’s so bad that if you have headache, your wicked enemies are said to be squarely responsible. To put it bluntly, someone must have used juju on you. Juju is supposed to be a kind of talismanic weapon capable of having devastating effect on the victim. Almost everyone believes in the efficacy of juju, including those who pretend to be holier than the Pope. That is why we hear of a lot of Islamic and Christian leaders paying nocturnal visits to the haunts inhabited by alleged practitioners of the dark and arcane art of Juju. Many tend to hate the concept of juju or traditional medicine, but deep down, they still feel it works wonders.

In our days as pioneer JAMBITES at the then University of Ife, from 1978, we decided to funkify the concept of juju or “oogun abenugongo.” As a student of Yoruba language and literature, we studied the cultural aspect of Yoruba in-depth and came to the conclusion that there were esoteric powers that exist with or without our knowledge. In order not to sound crude, we came up with the term jazz. It is difficult to know where it originated from. “You have been jazzed” was a popular cliché on campus. It was a way of telling you things were not normal with you or there is more than meets the eye in your matter. Some powerful enemies are on your case!

The matter of APC thus looks extraordinary. It is difficult not to imagine that APC has been jazzed, hypnotised, mesmerised or spellbound by some powerful, possibly extra-terrestrial forces and influences, walahi. They have apparently learnt no lessons whatsoever from our very recent history and the crisis that rocked PDP and brought it catastrophically to its knees and paved the way for Buhari to become President and the party to gain ascendancy at the centre. The current situation of APC appears abysmally worse than that of PDP pre-2015, when some influential leaders of PDP left the party and teamed up with others to form APC and then proceeded to work assiduously to change government. I can’t remember PDP breaking up to as many warring groups as there are in APC today. It is unthinkable that a ruling party facing major elections in barely three months from now would engage in this stultifying war of attrition. This is why many have come to the conclusion that some juju men and fetish women are working hard on bringing the APC government down at the polls next year.

Whenever the APC hardliners get some sober moment for reflection, they should please consider the following. It is doubtful if the APC has gained new members substantially since it came to power in 2015. As a matter of fact, it seems the party has lost control in many States of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I have never seen members of a political party descend so viciously and violently against its party Chairman like they have done, and doing, to my former Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, who was only recently overwhelmingly supported, by the Governors of APC, as Party Chairman. No sooner than he took power than the bubbles began to burst. At the point Comrade came on board, it was as if the former Chairman, Chief John Odigie Oyegun was the arch-enemy of the party he had helped nurture from infancy. Oshiomhole was the much needed angel of mercy and life-saver.

Uncle Adams settled in quickly, but not before he had fired darts at those he considered internal saboteurs. He embarked on a reconciliation process of party chieftains, an exercise at which the national leader of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, had only just recently appeared to have failed woefully. Even Comrade Adams was unable to bring any camaraderie to the process and his undoubted efforts were not enough to stop party chieftains in the Senate, House of Representatives and Governors of some states from making a wholesale departure from the party that had suddenly become afflicted with the plague of carpet-crossing and defection. Whilst we thought that the party would quickly heal its near mortal wounds and come together in a show of unity we were to have our hopes dashed as very quickly the messianic party seemed to unravel like a ball of wool.

The crux of the matter was the party primaries which has led almost to a fatal implosion in the party. No zone appears to have been spared in this folly apart from the North Central zone of the country.

Perhaps the State that best demonstrates the massive problems facing the party in terms of a total lack of cohesion is Adamawa State, in the North East of the country, where the Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari sought to install her younger brother, Mahmood Halidu, as the Governorship candidate of the Party for the State. She lamented the lack of transparency and deceny in the conduct of the party primaries which had been manipulated to give automatic tickets to anointed candidates despite the fact that other candidates had been encouraged to purchase nomination forms at exorbitant prices. She declared that this was not in consonance with the party’s change mantra or the perception of the new national chairman of the party, comrade Adams, who should have stood for the common man and fairness. She ended her homily to the party faithful by urging them to “vote wisely”, an apparent indictment of her husband’s party. It is a sad state of affairs when the President cannot hold the home front and the “other room” just months before the election and the condemnation of the party by the Wife of the President speaks volumes about the unity and preparation of the party for these pivotal elections.

Another calamity arose from the party primaries in Zamfara State in the North West Zone of the country. The situation got so bad that INEC declared that no primaries had been held in accordance with its guidelines and that no candidate of the APC would be eligible to contest the forthcoming elections for that reason. This position remains complicated and it is distressing that a party in power could not get its act together in such a crucial state and that by virtue of the intransigence of its party members in Zamfara State the PDP as the other leading party would clearly waltz its way into all the elective pisitions including that of governor, in that State. What a crying shame!

Also, in the North Western State of Kaduna, there is intra party feuding between the incumbent Governor, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, and Senator Shehu Sani. The Senator had been in a running battle with theGovernor for a long time, but matters came to a boil with the conduct of the party primaries which naturally was skewed in favour of the Governor. The Senator who had stuck by the party when the gale of defections decimated the party’s ranks decided that enough was enough! He asserted that honour, integrity and internal democracy which he had believed would be the ethos and norm of the parry had been jettisoned and for this reason he resigned and has now joined the People’s Redemption Party to contest the election as the gubernatorial candidate of that party.

The misfortune that has befallen the APC arising form the party primaries is not limited to the Northern part of the country alone. The same situation has been replicated in equally pronounced form in Imo State in the South East Zone, Rivers State in the South South Zone and Ogun State in the South West Zone.

In Imo State, the incumbent Governor, Rochas Okorocha, who is completing his second term in office decided that he would only hand over the mantle of Governor of the State to his son-in-law, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu rather than Senator Hope Uzodinma who is the preferred choice of the National Executive and the acclaimed winner of the party primaries. The National Secretariat kicked against this contending that Rochas himself had already been handed an automatic ticket as a Senatorial candidate of the party. There was no justification for imposing his son-in-law on the people of Imo State and the party has stuck to its guns. Naturally, Rochas has been insistent, pouring acidic vituperation and invective on the party executive and particularly the national chairman, Adams Oshiomole. However, it is noteworthy that the impasse has continued with the submission of the party’s candidates for elections into State offices and no candidate has been presented to INEC as APC Governorship candidate for Imo State.

Perhaps nowhere has the battle line between the party executive and an incumbent Governor been more starkly drawn than in Ogun State, in the South West of Nigeria. There Senator Ibikunle Amosun who is, like Okorocha, serving out his second term embroiled in a royal titanic battle with Prince Dapo Abiodun, billionaire business magnate and chairman of the Corporate Affiars Commission as to who will succeed Amosun as Governor of the State. Whist Abiodun has the full backing of Oshiomole and the party executive and ostensibly won the party primaries conducted by the National executive and observed by INEC, Amosun is standing staunchly in support of Hon. Abdulkadir Adekunle Akinlade, a federal legislator representing Ogun State in the House of Representatives. Akinlade, who had initially been declared as the APC consensus gubernatorial candidate by Amosun, subsequently won a direct primary election organised by the State Executive of the Party with the Secretary to the State Government, Taiwo Adeoluwa, as the Chief Returning Officer. The insults, slurs and vitriol emanating from both camps are simply too venomous and considering these are members of the same party, the damage to the party is best left to the imagination. Abiodun and Oshiomole seem to have prevailed as it is Abiodun’s name that has been announced by INEC.

The debacle has reached comical proportions with some APC governors accusing Oshiomhole of fraud and corruption and the DSS which is in the control of the party arresting, detaining and questioning him over these allegations. Oshiomhole upon release travelled to the UK although his return to the country is said to be imminent.

Again, we pray that APC finds its mojo and resolves these intractable differences otherwise its fortunes will be non-existent at the polls next year.

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Breaking: INEC publishes Senator Uzodimma’s name as Imo APC guber candidate

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Senator Hope Uzodimma’s name has been pasted as the governorship candidate of the Imo state All Progreeives Congress, APC, in Imo state, by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

The name of Uzodimma, was pasted at the INEC, office along Portharcourt road in Owerri, with Akaolisa Cyprain Okechukwu, as his running mate.

Uzodimma’s name was displayed as the authentic governorship flag-bearer of APC, in Imo state  at about 07:52pm Friday  . This is coming about after 10 hours, INEC, pasted other governorship names of various political parties, excluding that of APC. A source told Vanguard that, “Immediately, the court struck out the order by the Okorocha’s faction stopping the name of Senator Uzodimma, from publishing as the candidate of the party. “The judgement was taken to the National headquarters of INEC, and an order was given that the name of Hope should be pasted immediately. “When the order came, to INEC in Owerri, the administrative head was not on sit but the legal adviser received the order from the National headquarters and he went on. “They have just acted not as in their own power but according to the power of the court.”

 

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INEC Releases List Of Governorship, House Of Assembly Candidates

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has begun to release details of Governorship and House of Assembly candidates across states.

So far, it has released the list of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, candidates for the Ogun State House of Assembly, as well as that of the Labour Party, LP.

 

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Nigerian Leader assures citizens of positive reforms

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President Muhammadu Buhari says government is doing its best to revamp all sectors of Nigeria.
He also lamented the mismanagement of resources Nigeria suffered in the past, in the hands of some of his predecessors.
“We are trying to organize the country. The extent of mismanagement we met when we came was mind-boggling,” President Muhammadu Buhari has said.
Receiving a group from the South-East part of the county under the aegis of One on One Nigeria at the Presidential Villa, the President said:

“Many times, I have spoken about the tremendous resources available to us between 1999 and 2014, and how it was frittered. If only they had used just 25% of it on infrastructure; road, rail, power, Nigerians would mind their own businesses, and not bother about whoever was in power. The casualty figure on our roads daily is simply scandalous. No wonder they are in opposition now, despite all the power they thought they had.”
The group, led by Chief Chido Obidiegwu, said it had keenly observed the strides of the Buhari administration nationwide, particularly in the South-East, “and it is now payback time.”
According to Obidiegwu: “We have seen the work being done on the long-abandoned Second Niger Bridge, roads are being constructed in many parts of the region, and we believe there is every reason to support you for a second term.”
Describing President Buhari as “the grandfather of war against indiscipline and corruption, nightmare of insurgents, Mr Food Security, consolation to pensioners, and Mr Frugality,” the group said it was going to mobilize South-easterners to massively vote for him, believing that one good turn would then deserve another in 2023.
The One on One Nigeria promised to mobilize youth groups, women, artisans, traders, religious groups to massively vote for President Buhari next year, adding that it had all it takes – “courage, drive, verve and vitality.”
Seven men and two women represented One on One Nigeria during the visit.

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APGA Primaries: Reconciliation Meeting Continues Today

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As the ongoing reconciliation meeting of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, enters the third day today, all aggrieved aspirants of
the party are hereby invited for continuation of their meeting with the Reconciliation Committee today by ten o’clock in the morning, at the Governorship Campaign Office along Awka-Enugu Express road.

In this same vein, meetings with all aggrieved aspirants will be concluded tomorrow, Thursday 8th November 2018, at the same time and same venue.

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Minimum wage: Atiku begs labour to shelve strike

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The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar has urged the Federal Government and organised labour to go back dialogue on the ongoing demand for minimum wage by organised labour.
Abubakar made the call in a statement issued by his Media Aide, Paul Ibe on Monday in Abuja.
The former Vice President urged both organised labour and Federal Government to exercise restraint and avoid creating situations that will plunge the nation into deeper crises.
Abubakar implored labour to reconsider its stance on strike.
He encouraged both sides to go back to the negotiating table and reach an agreement.
“Our economy is already on its knees and escalation of this crisis into full blown industrial strike action may have dire consequences for our nation.”
Organised labour has planned to embark on industrial action from Tuesday in demand of N30,000 as new minimum wage.
The Federal Government offered to pay workers N24,000, while the states agreed to pay N22,500.

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Gana Seeks Donald Duke’s Disqualification As SDP Presidential Candidate

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A Social Democratic Party, SDP, presidential aspirant, Professor Jerry Gana and the Middle Belt Forum have kicked against the selection of Donald Duke as the presidential candidate of the party on the grounds that the process that produced the party’s flag bearer violated the constitution of the SDP.

Duke, a former Governor of Cross River State polled 812 votes to defeat his close rival, Prof. Gana, who polled 611 votes at the party’s national convention held in Abuja,
Gana, a former Information Minister, has approached an FCT High Court seeking the nullification of Duke’s emergence as the presidential standard-bearer of the SDP.
The matter, which was slated for mention on Monday, was stalled due to ill health of the presiding judge, Justice Husseini Baba.

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Ekiti Governorship Election: Witnesses Says Inec Did Nothing To Favour Apc, Fayemi

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has opened its defence before the Ekiti State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal by calling four witnesses on Monday they all said the electoral umpire did nothing to favour the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Governor Kayode Fayemi in the July 14 election in the state.

The witnesses, Fadipe Olusesan; Olafusi Adewumi; Bolade Ayodele and Olubunmi Popoola, while being crossed examined by the counsel for APC, Akin Olujinmi
The witnesses, who were Electoral Officers for Moba; Emure; Ise-Orun and Ekiti South-West local government areas respectively told the tribunal that there were no irregularities during the election.
They also denied the allegation of polling officials deliberately voiding votes meant for the petitioners and there were
No report, from any of the political parties complaining of widespread over voting during the election.
Under cross examination counsel, for the petitioner, Yusuf Alli the witness who says it’s not possible for him to visit all the polling units in his local government although he admitted that the ad hoc staff committed some honest errors and were corrected.
Under cross examination by counsel for governor Fayemi, Prince Lateef Fagbemi says the
Party agents refused to sign election result sheets when they believe the results did not favour the parties they represented.
The witness stated that he did not know any of the agents of parties who served in his local government during the election personally, adding that he could not confirm any of their signatures.
Counsel for INEC, Charles Edosomwan tendered certified true copies of Form EC8C for Ekiti South-West; Ise-Orun; Emure; Ikere; Moba; Ikole; Ido-Osi and Ilejemeje local government areas and the manual for election officials 2018 were tendered and admitted in evidence.
The tribunal, Justice Suleiman Belgore, adjourned sitting till Tuesday for continuation.
The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and its candidate in the election, Professor Olusola Kolapo, challenging the declaration of Fayemi as the winner.

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Imo Primaries: Oshiomhole Receives Court Order Asking APC To Disregard New Candidates

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The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Adams Oshiomhole, has confirmed receiving a court order from the Chief Judge of Imo State, Justice K.A Ojiakor.
According to Oshiomhole, the Chief Judge of the state instructed the party not to recognise any candidate that emerged from a repeat primary election conducted in the state on October 6, 2018.
The party’s chairman stated this to journalists in Abuja on Friday.
He said, “A court order issued by the Chief Judge of Imo State, where Governor Rochas Okorocha heads the executive branch and the Chief Judge heads the judicial branch.
“The judge in his wisdom having had prayers by those who appeared before him including the Deputy Governor of the state, Eze Madumere, who was the one that obtained the court order which directed me (Oshiomhole) not to have anything to do with any secondary or repeat primary, the governorship primary in Imo State”.
Mr Madumere was one of the aspirants for the governorship election in the first primary conducted on October 1, 2018, which Senator Hope Uzodinma was declared winner.
Oshiomhole insisted that the court order was made in a pre-emptive suit filed by his deputy (Madumere) challenging the directive for a second primary in which a former Chief of Staff to the state, Uche Nwosu was declared the winner.
“In line with the advice of my very dear friend, Rochas Okorocha, we will have nothing to do with the second governorship primary that allegedly produced his son-in-law, Uche Nwosu”, he added.
But Justice Ojiakor has ordered that no submission whatsoever should be made from the repeat primary pending the hearing and determination of the substantive motion on notice which has been fixed for November 6, 2018.
The National Chairman also reaffirmed Mr Dapo Abiodun as the candidate of the party in Ogun State.
He said, “Based on the rules of our party and in accordance with INEC guidelines, we have conducted governorship elections in Ogun State and submitted the name of the winner, Prince Dapo Abiodun, to INEC for the purpose of the forthcoming governorship election”.

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