Why Supreme Court should review its earlier judgement on APC candidates in Zamfara state – Amb. Muhammad Ibn Ahmad

The National Coordinator, Centre for The Protection of Rights of The Citizens (CPRC), Ambassador. Muhammad Ibn Ahmad at a press briefing in Abuja on Wednesday, 25 March, 2020 called on Supreme Court to reconsider its earlier judgement which nullified the election of all the candidates of the All Progressive Congress, APC, in the 2019 general elections in Zamfara state. He stressed the need for the Supreme Court to return the mandate of the people of Zamfara state back to the All Progressives Congress. He also promised to make the Media…

53 Garlands To Abiodun Akinlade, A Trailblazer, A Rare Gem By Olayode Abdurasaq Oluwole

Hurray! Hurray!! Hurray!! To the glory of Almighty Allah, our mentor, Father, role model, Big Brother, Political Brand, A 3 times Honorable member of the house of Representatives and Baba Adinni of Yewa land–Alhaji Asiwaju Hon Abiodun Isiaq Akinlade , the golden Son of Ogun State politics – turns 53. Wow! I am so excited to celebrate this enigma and one of the rare faces of democracy in the politics of Nigeria. An indefatigable, religious, resolute revolutionist and, most importantly, the hope of the youths of Ogun State with his…

We’ll insulate Oyo residents from fallout of impending reduction in federal allocation—Makinde …as forum of LG ex-political office holders rally support for govt

Oyo State Governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde, has expressed his administration’s preparedness to insulate the state from the impact of the impending reduction in federal allocation following the crash in oil prices at the international. The Governor stated this on Tuesday, while receiving members of the Forum of ex-political office holders, 2007-2010 from the 33 Local Government Areas of Oyo State, saying that the economic team of the state was already working on how to contain the fallout of the crash in oil prices and its attendant effect on the allocations…

APC crisis: Oshiomhole remains suspended, Dep. National Secretary insists …Says NEC meeting to go ahead as scheduled  

The Deputy National Secretary of the APC, Chief Victor Giadom, on Sunday, insisted that the party’s National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole remains suspended. He said this in a statement he signed and made available to the media in Abuja. According to him, a court of competent jurisdiction suspended the chairman and that decision still subsists. Giadom said the scheduled National Executive Council meeting which is slated for March 17th will go ahead as planned noting that a notice to the contrary jointly signed by the party’s National Legal Adviser, Babatunde Ogala,…

Park Management System: The Benefits In GSM’s Innovation

In a rather quiet but deft move, the Oyo State government has brought a decent closure to the reign of terror and violence that typifies motor parks in many parts of the South-West region of the country. If it is to be taken that Oyo is a “Pace Setter” state, it must also be acknowledged that the state governor, Mr Seyi Makinde is a pacesetting governor. For many residents of Ibadan and other environs in Oyo State, the banditry that goes into the selection of leaders of the proscribed National…

We’ll abide by court ruling on Oshiomhole’s suspension — APC

The All Progressives congress has said it will abide by the ruling of a court suspending its National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole. Justice Danlami Senchi of a Federal Capital Territory High Court had on Wednesday pronounced Oshiomhole suspended. Senchi said based on the suspension of Oshiomhole by the party in his Ward in Edo State, he has no justification remaining as the head of the party. Speaking on the development, the Acting National Secretary of the party, Chief Victor Giadom, said the court order suspending Oshiomhile had been received. Giadom…

Police storm APC secretariat — after court ruling against Oshiomole

Police officers are currently at the national secretariat of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abuja. TheCable observed that at least five patrol vans and an armoured personnel carrier (APC) were stationed around the secretariat. The officers prevented some persons from going into the APC headquarters. It is unclear why the police moved to the headquarters of the ruling party hours after a court ordered the suspension of Adams Oshiomhole as national chairman. A police van in front of the party headquarters Danlami Senchi, judge of a federal capital territory…

Just In: Confusion As Court Orders Suspension Of Oshiomhole As APC Chairman

The FCT high court has given an order restraining Comrade Adams Oshomole from parading himself as the National Chairman of the ruling, All Progressives Congress, APC. By this ruling, the former Labour Leader and Governor of Edo State, ceases to be the chairman, pending the outcome of various legal battles. In his ruling Hon. Justice Senchi Z. Danlami gave an order of interlocutory injunction restraining Comrade Adams Oshiomhole from parading himself as the National Chairman of the APC, pending the hearing and determination of the substance suite. Comrade Adams Oshomole…

Makinde unveils Oyo’s huge investment opportunities in US …..says we’ll not waver in determination to grow IGR

Oyo State Governor, Engr.Seyi Makinde, has told participants at the Nigerian-American Business Forum holding in Tampa, Florida, United States that huge investment opportunities readily await them if they make Oyo State their next investment destination. The Governor, who spoke on the topic: “Improving Nigeria’s Economy: Challenges and opportunities…The Oyo State Journey,” called on investors to visit the state and take advantage of the arrays of opportunities in the agriculture, tourism, education and health sectors. In a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Taiwo Adisa the Governor…

The Supreme Court, Imo and Zamfara applications for review.

Now that The Supreme Court has risen above all sentiments and The fear factor posed by the sudden involvement of Two of THE MOST senior lawyers in the land, let me make bold to hazard what should happen in the other applications for review. I start with Zamfara by saying that this application should suffer the same fate that befell the Bayelsa case. I was at the Supreme Court when the applications came up last week and I have a knowledge of what the applicants are seeking. Chief Robert Clarke’s…