President Muhammadu Buhari has been on “life support for 20-days.”Fayose made
the allegation while berating Buhari’s handlers over the non-disclosure of the
President’s health situation.
spokesperson, Lere Olayinka, Fayose urged Nigerians to pray for the President.
Buhari left Nigeria to attend to his health challenges abroad. No official
information as to his whereabouts and his state of health.
therefore maintained dignified silence since we were told that the President
embarked on his second medical trip abroad this year.
“However, the recorded audio message which was released by the Presidency as
the President’s Ramadan message to Nigerians necessitated my setting the
records straight today.
further deceiving Nigerians.
“That the audio message does not represent the truth as our President does not
only have voice impairment, he has been on life-support since June 6, 2017 at a
West-End, London Hospital.
to see her husband during her last visit to the United Kingdom if only she will
be courageous enough to admit.
the President. I will keep their identities for now.
the next 48 hours.
the account of his age, health and mental capacity.
claiming that President Buhari had an interview with Kemi Fadojutimi of “All
Eyes on Africa” TV Show in London, on Monday, February 23, 2015, I proved to
the whole world that the interview was conducted in suite 881 at Transcorp
Hilton Hotel, Abuja.
state of health of our president.
PDP Senator Danladi
Nigeria on Friday, ordered Sen.Sani Abubakar Danladi, representing Taraba North
Senatorial District, to vacate his seat and refund all salaries and allowances
he received within 90 days.
declared Alhaji Shuaibu Isa Lau, as the senator representing the constituency.
contained in the judgement of the court on the appeal filed by Lau.
are members of the Peoples Democratic Party.
the decision of the Court of Appeal that upturned his victory during the
primary elections. He claimed that he was wrongfully substituted.
ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to withdraw the
certificate issued to Danladi and issue a fresh certificate of return to Lau.
unanimous judgment of a five-member panel held that the appellant had the right
to participate just like any other candidate in the primary election.
if Lau felt that his right was infringed upon, he had the right to approach the
the appeal before this court, all the issues are resolved in favour of the
the primary election is null and void since the appellant scored the highest
number of votes, the only option is to declare the appellant as the winner of
orders that the appellant be issued with the certificate of return and the
respondent should immediately vacate the seat.
the National Assembly, all salaries and allowances received as a senator within
N3.6m fines for 61 prison inmates
Aminu Masari of Katsina State has paid N3.6m fines to secure the release of 61
prison inmates in the state.
gesture, it was learnt was to enable them to regain their freedom to celebrate
the Eid el-Fitr with their families in their respective communities.
was disclosed in a statement by the governor’s Senior Special Assistant on
Media, Alhaji Abdu Labaran, on Monday in Katsina, according to the News Agency
said the beneficiaries were drawn from various prisons in Katsina, Funtua,
Daura, Dutsin-ma, Kankia, Jibia, Malumfashi and Mani.
media aide also said the administration would continue to design policies that
would improve on the living condition of people in the state.
badly educated and ill-informed people dabble into a discipline above them, such
mistakes are bound to happen – IPOB
Indigenous People of Biafra on Tuesday said the mission of the group was being
misconstrued by most Nigerians.
group said it had never thought of using war as a solution to achieving its
objective of self-determination.
a press statement made available to our correspondent in Awka, Anambra State,
by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, the group described its
leader, Nnamdi Kanu, as a peaceful and civilised personality, who would not be
quick to go to war.
group said its struggle was legitimate and within the confines of international
maintained that the enemies of Biafra were fuelling hate against the group
either as a result of ignorance of the situation or deliberate manipulation of
group’s statement read in part, “It is fair to assume, going by the utterances
of certain corrupt segments of the Nigerian society, that most of what IPOB is
saying and stands for is lost in translation because anybody with a basic
understanding of rudimentary English and constitutional law will know that
self-determination does not mean war and that referendum is not hate speech.
when badly educated and ill-informed people dabble into a discipline above
them, such mistakes are bound to happen.
would like to use this opportunity to clarify, once again, that IPOB is asking
for self-determination as recognised in both the United Nations’ Charter on the
Rights of Indigenous People and the African Charter on Human and Peoples
these northern (elements) threaten us with war that IPOB hasn’t called for, let
them spend a bit of their valuable time acquainting themselves with these
charters and declarations.”