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IT’S A DONE DEAL! God has ordained Buhari’s victory, Akpabio reveals


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Former Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio, says God has ordained the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, in Feb. 16 election.

Akpabio stated this in Ibadan during the inauguration of the Oyo State and South-West coordinators of the Presidential Support Committee(PSC).

Akpabio, who is the PSC National Coordinator, is also a former governor of Akwa-Ibom. PSC is a support group for the re-election of Buhari and all APC candidates in the country.

Akpabio said that the group had volunteered to give Buhari no fewer than 10 million votes, having found in him a leader with commitment and dedication to bring about the desired change in the polity.

He said that Buhari’s achievements were unparalleled.

We are at various wards and local government, moving on daily basis, working for the re-election of Buhari, Osinbajo and APC. Since the campaign has started, God has guaranteed victory for APC and President Buhari in the 2019 general elections.

“We are already winning because we are the champions. This is because we have seen a man who wants to bring change. We have seen a man who has brought back respect for the country and its people.

“Opposition may say whatever they want to say, but I believe in transitional leadership, represented by Buhari,” he said.

The former governor said the group had continuously mopped up support for the re-election of Buhari based on his achievements in the last three and half years.

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Akpabio urged the people and residents of the state and the South-West to continue to work for the continued progress of the country, calling on them to vote en-masse for APC candidates in the forthcoming elections.

Sen. Akin Odunsi, PSC Deputy National Coordinator (South), said the fate of the opposition in the country would be sealed on Feb. 16.

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Odunsi said that Nigerians would unanimously vote to re-elect President Muhammadu Buhari.

From today, it remains few days to the D-Day that we are going to re-elect Muhammadu Buhari and VP Yemi Osinbajo as our president and vice president, respectively.

“By the grace of God, here in the South West, we are committed to the integrity and vision of President Buhari, ably supported by his vice, Osinbajo.

“In spite of all challenges created by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for 16 years, we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

“We must not allow the looters back to our treasury. They are desperate, but we shall overcome them,” he said.

Mr Julius Samani, Senior Special Assistant (Political Matters) to the President, said Nigerians loved Buhari and Osinbajo due to their transparency, integrity and simple lifestyle.

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He commended the president for his fight against insecurity and corruption, urging APC members in the zone not to give in to intimidation and character assassination.



Kano: Federal High Court nullifies suspension of five Kano lawmakers



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A Federal High Court sitting in Kano has nullified the suspension of five lawmakers of Kano State House of Assembly suspended for allegedly flouting the rules of the House.

The lawmakers whose suspension were voided by the court included Isiyaku Ali Danja, Salisu Ahmed Gwangwazo, Garba Yau Gwarmai and Mohammed Bello Butu Butu.

Justice Lewis Allagoa, while consenting to the prayers of the plaintiffs yesterday held that their suspension was a clear violation of their rights to participate freely in the affairs of the House.

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The judge directed the Kano House of Assembly and the Speaker to pay the suspended legislators all their withheld entitlements and dues.

The plaintiffs in an originating summons had implored the court to invalidate their suspension on the grounds that it amounted to a violation of Section 109 of the 1999 Constitution( as amended), which had stipulated and guaranteed their tenure in office. They also argued that their suspension was a contravention of the African Charter on human and peoples’ rights.

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On the contrary, the defendants through their lawyer, M.N. Duru had prayed the court to disregard the prayers of the plaintiffs.

The suspension of the lawmakers was announced at the plenary by the Speaker, Alhassan Gabasa in March, who accused them of leading the House to a rowdy session which was witnessed in the last minute bust that erupted in the House in the push to dethrone former Emir of Kano, Malam Muhammad Sanusi.

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Edo Assembly condoles with APC Youth Leader over father’s death



The Edo House of Assembly, on Thursday, condoled with the All Progressives Congress (APC) Youth Leader in the state, Valentine Asuen, over the death of his father, Chief Scotty Asuen.

The Speaker, Francis Okiye, who led members of the Assembly to the residence of the youth leader in Benin, described the late Asuen as a great leader.

“On behalf of members and staff of the Edo house of assembly, I wish to express my sincere condolence to you on the passage of your father.

“Our consolation is that your father lived a good life worthy of emulation. He was a father and beacon of hope to many people,” Okiye said.

He said that the deceased left legacies that would see his children through life.

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In his response, the youth leader thanked the speaker and other members of the Assembly for the visit.

“On behalf of myself and my family, I thank you for your visit. I am honored.

Mr. Emma Asuen, an elder brother to the youth leader and APC chieftain, who spoke on behalf of the Asuen family, also thanked the lawmakers for their visit.

“My speaker, as a fellow party member, I am satisfied with your leadership style. You have shown yourself to be a man of integrity.

“We feel very proud of our father because he lived a good life. He died in April at the age of 78,” Asuen said.

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Governor Obaseki sued over alleged certificate forgery, perjury



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Incumbent Governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, has been sued for an alleged forgery and perjury of certificate, according to reports.

This comes as the state prepares for the next governorship election billed to hold on the 19th of September 2020.

WuzupNigeria learnt that the matter was tabled before a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, with evidence to back up the claims.

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In the originating summons sighted by Daily Independent, the plaintiffs are Edobor Williams, Ugbesia Abudu Godwin and Amedu Dauda Anakhu while the defendants are the All Progressives Congress (APC), Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the Inspector- General of Police (IGP) and Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Meanwhile, Obaseki has submitted his nomination and expression of interest form at the National Secretariat of the All Progressives Congress

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The National Organising Secretary, Barrister Emma Ibidiro, received the form from the aspirant.

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