Clinton Camp Blasts FBI For ‘Double Standards’

The Clinton campaign has blasted FBI Director James Comey for “blatant double standards” over the new inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s email use.

The comments came after US media reports that Mr Comey had urged against publicly accusing Russia of interfering in the US election, including alleged email hacking.

Mr Comey’s concern about releasing the information was due to the proximity to the election, reports say.

The FBI declined to comment to the BBC.

The statement that Mr Comey reportedly declined to sign off on was released by the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on 7 October.

“The US intelligence community is confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of emails from US persons and institutions, including from US political organisations… these thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the US election process,” it said.

Mr Comey agreed with the statement but was against making it public before the election, according to US media.

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Nigerian Us-Based Doctor Blasts Pastor Adeboye Over Marriage Advice

Nigerian US-based medical doctor, Dr. Ijabla Raymond, has blasted the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye over his marriage warning to his followers during the just concluded 2016 annual convention at Redemption Camp, KM 46, Lagos-Ibadan Express Way.

Daddy G.O’s spiritual advice to young men and women has triggered debate on the social media since last week.

Pastor Adeboye in his massage during the convention enjoyed Christian young men and women to marry a prayerful and hard working partner, stressing that it was dangerous to marry a woman who could neither pray nor cook well for the family.

“Marry a prayer warrior! Don’t marry any girl who cannot pray for one hour non-stop. Don’t marry a girl who is lazy! If she is lazy when she is single, what will happen if she is married?”

“Don’t marry a man who has no job. Before God gave Adam Eve, he gave him a job. He said, ‘This is the garden, keep it.’ So when anybody comes to you and say, ‘Sister, thus saith the Lord, you are going to be the star in my firmament,’ ask him — ‘What is your job?’” He advised.

Reacting to G.O’s admonition, a Nigerian US-based medical doctor, Dr. Ijabla Raymond, says he is convinced God does not speak to Pastor Adeboye.

Doctor Raqymond, in an open letter on his  Facebook page says: “The question that has been on my mind is: does that mean God is deaf? What parent makes their child beg (for one hour) for something they know the child needs? The truth is that prayers, besides making the believer to feel good about themselves, are an absolute waste of time.

“They do not grow the economy or an amputated limb. Youth unemployment is at an all-time high despite our regular night vigils, prayers and supplications – it is evident that a God who is interested in human welfare does not exist. If He did, malaria and cancers will not kill millions of children whilst He preoccupies Himself with consensual sex between homosexual couples.

“In our country, pastors are marriage counsellors, psychotherapists, psychiatrists and financial advisers all at once even though they are not appropriately trained for these roles. They tell women to go back to their violent husbands because, according to them, divorce is a sin against God. Many a woman has lost her life because of this advice. People like Adeboye are so influential anything they say is taken as the literal truth.

“Sadly, his comments portray a man who is out of touch with the realities of modern family life. More and more women are now in employment and some of them are the main providers for their families. Marriage is now regarded as a partnership rather than as a master-servant relationship. Some of the most celebrated chefs in western cultures are men – what is wrong with teaching our boys and young men to cook for themselves? Adeboye has similarly instructed his female followers not to marry men without jobs. But what happens when a man loses his job – should his wife divorce him?

“I feel sorry for the people who think God speaks through this man or through any man at all.

“If you want incontrovertible evidence that religion cannot reform the world, then consider the degree of theft and corruption in Nigeria. These problems have become endemic even though practically every Nigerian is a practising Muslim or Christian.

“Nigerian pastors have acquired a taste for private jets – ostensibly to reach the parts of the world that need the gospel of Jesus, except that they avoid such places as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Somalia and Iraq. Charity begins at home – it is senseless to run off to put out the fire in your neighbour’s house when your own house is up in flames.

“Nigerians and their country are in dire need of salvation from endemic corruption. It is evident that religion cannot transform our nation because as our religious devotions have increased, so have our corrupt ways.

“Pastor Adeboye and his other pastopreneur friends need to sell off their jets, repent of their lies, stop robbing their church members through emotional blackmail, and give back what they have stolen. Their message has failed. Adeboye’s gaffes were followed by the news that the Nigerian government is going to subsidise pilgrimage to Mecca by granting Muslims concessionary exchange rate.

“That is almost N8 billion for an exercise that does not benefit our economy. Many businesses are failing, parents are struggling to send their children to school, our hospitals are poorly resourced but that is how our government chooses to spend N8 billion. And believers wonder why we cannot stop talking about religion. There would be no use to criticise religion if it is removed from public space and kept as a private matter. It is wrong for the government to use tax payer’s money to subsidise religious rituals.

“The week ended with the RCCG convention where Adeboye makes his usual wild claims but says nothing of consequence about our nation. Our Vice President and a professor of law, Yemi Osibanjo, who also happens to be a pastor in the Redeemed Church watched on as Adeboye went to town with his preposterous claims.

“For a man who claims to have resurrected dead people, cured all kinds of diseases and driven a car without feel, you would think Adeboye would have told Vice President Osibanjo by now where to locate the abducted Chibok girls, right? But no, another RCCG convention has ended and not a word about their whereabout.

“When Adeboye claims that his car drives without fuel or that he has resurrected dead people and there’s a medical doctor, engineer, architect, research fellow, PhD holder or a professor in the congregation who believes this fantasy then I feel grief and have great concern for the education system that has nurtured such people.

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PDP Announces Date For National Convention, Blasts Govt. Over Raid Of Ekiti Assembly

The opposition Peoples Democratic Party will hold its national convention to elect new leaders in May, in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.

The date and venue was announced on Monday at the end the 69th meeting of the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC), in Abuja.

The communique Of the NEC meeting, which was signed by the party’s national chairman and secretary, Ali Sheriff and Adewale Oladipo respectively also said the NEC approved the time-table for the party’s congresses.

It said congresses would commence on Saturday April 23, while the national convention would hold on Saturday May 21, 2016 in the Rivers state capital.

The NEC also approved the extension of the tenure of office of all organs of the party at all levels until the conduct of congresses and national convention, except those of Edo and Ondo states.

“NEC approved the setting up of four special committees in preparation for the national convention. They are National Convention Committee, Reconciliation Committee, Zoning Committee and Finance Committee,” the communique said.

The PDP NEC also said it had observed the “erosion of fundamental human rights and constitutionally guaranteed personal liberty of Nigerians” especially key leaders of the PDP by the APC-led Federal Government.

The party condemns “the incessant harassment, maltreatment and unlawful incarceration of PDP leaders at various levels by government-controlled law enforcement and prosecution agencies”.

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Task Force Arrests Suspects Over Oil Pipe Blasts In Niger Delta

The Joint Military Task Force a.k.a. Operation Pulo Shield, protecting oil facilities in Niger Delta, says it has arrested suspected vandals behind recent bombing of line pipes in the region.

Spokesman for Operation Pulo Shield, Col. Isa Ado, said in a statement that the arrest followed a charge by the Commander of the Joint Force, Maj.-Gen. Alani Okunlola to apprehend those behind the acts.

Ado said in the statement that the suspects, who are in custody, were being interrogated to ascertain their degree of involvement and to help in arresting others.

The statement said patrols in the region had been intensified to ensure that all the suspected militants behind the line pipes sabotage were brought to book.

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PDP Blasts Buhari Over Comments On Judiciary

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has come down hard on President Muhammadu Buhari over his comments on the nation’s judiciary.

Mr. Buhari had on Sunday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, said his ongoing fight against corruption in Nigeria could be effectively tackled with the strong support of the judiciary.

A statement by Mr. Buhari’s spokesperson, Femi Adesina, quoted the president as saying that far-reaching reforms of the judiciary remained a key priority for his administration.

“On the fight against corruption vis-à-vis the judiciary, Nigerians will be right to say that is my main headache for now,” he said.

The president, who recalled all his past attempts to get elected, said if not for God and the use of technology, he would not have emerged as president in the 2015 elections.

He also recalled how his cases before the judiciary were resolved unfavourably.

The PDP on Monday called on the judiciary, “as the last hope of the common man”, to continue to assert its independence and not allow itself to be deterred from upholding justice and the rule of law, no matter the pressure.

The acting national chairman of the party, Uche Secondus, who spoke during the inauguration of the Imo State caretaker committee, said the “judicial community and in fact, all discerning Nigerians, were shocked by the release by the presidency on Sunday wherein President Muhammadu Buhari was quoted to have described the judiciary as the “major headache” of his administration.

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TUC Blasts Tinubu Over Renewed Call To Remove Oil Subsidy

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) has condemned the push for the removal of subsidy by the National Leader of the All progressives Congress (APC) and former  Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

TUC said that the statement credited to Tinubu during the memorial conference organised in honour of the late Dr. Bala Usman in Kaduna last Friday that the policy has overstayed its usefulness, “is not only unfortunate, it is rather ironic that it was made in the ten year anniversary of Dr Bala Usman, who gave up all privileges in the pursuit of common man’s happiness.

TUC, in a joint statement by its President, Comrade Bobboi Kaigama and Secretary General, Musa Lawal, said that “were Bala Usman to be alive today, he would fight to ensure that the policy is not abolished without functional refineries.”

TUC said that subsidy is an accepted policy the world over targeted at specific items to either cushion the effect of harsh environment for the benefit of the less privileged or to encourage people into less attractive but important aspects of national economy.

“Thus most countries in the world subsidise most commodities to benefit their citizens . But unfortunately the masses of the country never benefited from it, no thanks to the cruel and insensitive posture of successive leadership.”

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Ihedioha Blasts Imo Govt Over N600 Million Christmas Decorations

The former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chief Emeka Ihedioha has expressed shock over media reports that the Imo State Government had set aside over N600 million for the decoration of streets in Owerri, ahead of the Christmas celebration.

Ihedioha queried, “Why at this critical period when the citizens are passing through untold hardship arising from over 20 months of unpaid salary arrears and pensions, owed to workers in the state?”

A statement by his media aide, Mr. Chibuike Onyekwu, Ihedioha said that, “despite prevailing widespread disenchantment being expressed by citizens who have recently called for his immediate impeachment over the alarming rate of hunger and insecurity occasioned by the inept handling of issues of governance and unrepentant deceit so far exhibited by the Okorocha administration, the governor has refused to repent or address such concerns and other critical issues”.

Ihedioha further said that “preparations for Christmas celebration are no doubt a tradition for Christians all over the world but it is ridiculous and, indeed, smacks of insensitivity for this government to spend over N600 million on decorations when families can no longer afford their meals and basic needs as a result of non-payment of salaries, pensions and other entitlements.”

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Afenifere Blasts Kwankwaso Over Fulani Herdsmen Comment

The pan-Yoruba socio-political and cultural group, Afenifere, has slammed the former governor of Kano State, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, over his recent comment on the menace of Fulani herdsmen in the South-west.

Kwankwaso, who was in Ibadan, Oyo State last weekend, had picked holes in the threat by Yoruba leaders to sack all Fulani herdsmen from the zone due to the criminalities of some of them.

Reacting to the Afenifere’s threat, which was contained in a communiqué issued at the end of a summit in Ibadan, following the kidnap saga of the former Secretary to the Federal Government, Chief Olu Falae, the former governor said such should not be contemplated as ‘Nigeria is home to all.’

But in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Yinka Odumakin, entitled, ‘of Criminal Fulani herdsmen and uncultured Kwakwaso,’ Afenifere described Kwankwaso’s statement as ‘uncouth, rude and insensitive.

“In all his ramblings in Ibadan, Kwakwanso did not condemn the abduction of Chief Falae, the killing of innocent farmers, raping of women and destruction of crops and farmlands in the course of the grazing activities of Fulani herdsmen. He only tacitly justified their activities by offering excuses for their criminal conducts,” the statement read in parts.

Afenifere said it was irritating for Kwankwaso to be justifying the criminal activities of the Fulani herdsmen on the ground of not having opportunity to go school as if it was the Yoruba that actually denied them the opportunity.

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APC Blasts PDP Over Economic Criticism

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) statement on the nation’s economy as part of the opposition’s ploy to distract the Buhari administration from its onerous task of putting the nation on a sound footing.

In a statement issued in Lagos, on Monday, by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said the PDP’s statement was a litany of delusional self praise rather than a genuine concern about the nation’s well being.

“The question the PDP should ask itself is that if it had laid a solid foundation for the economy in its 16 years in charge, could such a foundation have given way in just three months of a new administration?

“If the PDP had been as fantastic as its statement had portrayed, it would still be the ruling, rather than the opposition party that it is now.

“It is therefore important for the PDP to concentrate its attention on re-making its tattered image rather than continuing to act as a desperate attention-seeking opposition,” it said


NUJ President Blasts Online Media Over Non Ethical Standards

The Newly elected President of the Nigerian Union of Journalist, (NUJ) Abdulwaheed Odusile yesterday , blasted the activities of Online Media (Citizen Journalists) for not upholding the ethics of the profession in their reportage.

He said “the Union is set to compile a lists of credible Online Media as a means to upholding ethics and weeding out non professionals in the profession”.

The President spoke during the public presentation of ‘Reportage of 2015 Elections:A Monitoring Scorecard of Print and Online Media’ a publication of the International Press Council, the Nigerian Press Council and the Democratic Governance for Development Project (DGD) supported with funds from the UKaid, EU, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada and the United Nations Development Project (UNDP) among others.

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China Blasts Survivor: ‘I Could Feel Death’

The survivors of two massive explosions at a warehouse in the Chinese city of Tianjin have told how they had thought they were experiencing an earthquake or a bomb.

The blasts tore through an industrial area at the port late on Wednesday, killing 44 people – including at least a dozen firefighters – and injuring more than 500.

Vast areas of the port, which is the 10th largest in the world, were ruined, shipping containers crumpled, hundreds of new cars destroyed and buildings left as burnt-out shells.

Tianjin resident Zhang Siyu, who lives several kilometres from the site of the explosions, said she had rushed downstairs in her house without her shoes on because she “thought it was an earthquake”.

“There was the huge fireball in the sky with thick clouds.”

Picture: Tianjin Warehouse Explosions

Ms Zhang said she could see wounded people crying, adding: “I could feel death.”

Han Xiang said: “It was like the earthquake back in 1976 with glass breaking.

“But then there was a huge mushroom cloud so we thought we were also in a war.”

Hairdresser Wu Dejun, 38, said “My first reaction was to run as fast as I could and get down on the ground to save my life.

“When I escaped, I had blood all over me.”

Guan Xiang, 24, who lives four miles from the explosion site, told Reuters: “I was sleeping when our windows and doors suddenly shook as we heard explosions outside.

“I first thought it was an earthquake.”

Vafa Anderson lives with his wife about 1km from the explosion and said the windows were blown out of their apartment “like a bomb”, leaving him injured by flying glass.

Picture: Tianjin Blasts Visible From Space

He told BBC Radio 4: “I thought some sort of bomb went off. It was a very very loud, disorienting blast that just put me in a state of shock for a couple of minutes. I didn’t know what to do, it was so loud.”

Mr Anderson was treated at a local school because the hospitals were already full but he praised the police and firefighters for their response to the explosions, saying they are “very organised and out in force”.

He tweeted: “I went back to the apartment – glass and blood everywhere. Wall collapsed, doors blown off the hinges.

“Many (people have been) donating blood at the hospitals.

“An eight-year-old boy needed A- blood and a donor was found within minutes on (messaging app) WeChat.”

Volunteers were out directing traffic on the city’s roads and distributing water to upset relatives in the hospital. Outside the hospital they set up tents and served food.

Lines of taxis calling themselves the “Love Team” waited with red ribbons tied to their antennas, offering free rides to friends and relatives of those in hospital.

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Man Who Claims JayZ Is His Dad, Blasts Him In New Interview

Even though Rymir Satterthwaite, 21, does look a great deal like music mogul and superstar Jay-Z, Satterthwaite and his mom’s claim that Jay-Z is the young man’s father have yet to be proven — something the music mogul has denied. Jay-Z has also refused to take a paternity test which has been the focus of several lawsuits Satterthwaite and his mother, Wanda, have been pursuing for several years.

In a new interview with RadarOnline, the younger Satterthwaite said, “It was a big case for me because I really wanted to find out who my father was.”

Satterthwaite also told the gossip website he is frustrated because he and his mother cannot come close to matching Jay-Z’s virtually bottomless financial resources — to continue to pursue their claims.

Wanda Satterthwaite bases her claim of Jay-Z fathering Rymir on her contention she had a very passionate romantic involvement with the musician back in the early ’90s, before his career really had taken off.

Rymir also told RadarOnline that a principal reason for his lawsuit  is to seek funds for his mother, whom he says is medically fragile, due to suffering from severe asthma and a weak heart, due to a genetic condition.

The only child Jay-Z (real name Shaun Carter) admits to fathering is his daughter,Blue Ivy — born to his wife, Beyonce in January, 2012.

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APC Blasts PDP For Demanding Ambode’s Asset Declaration

The All Progressives Congress (APC) on Monday lambasted the Lagos State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for issuing a 14-day ultimatum to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State to publicly declare his assets or be disgraced.

The APC, through the Publicity Secretary of the party in the Lagos State, Joe Igbokwe, described the demand of the PDP as an uncoordinated thought. Igbokwe noted that the constitution did not require the governor to declare his assets publicly.

He dismissed the Lagos PDP as a group of ill-informed jokers, who are being dealt a big blow by their present shambolic state.

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Nigerian Military Blasts Amnesty International, Says Report Is “Concocted, Biased”

The Defence Headquarters has noted with dismay the gruesome allegations made by the Amnesty International against some senior military officers serving and retired of the Nigerian Armed Forces.

It is unfortunate that all effort made in the allegation was geared towards continuation of blackmail against the military hierarchy in which the organisation had embarked upon as far back as the inception of military’s action against terrorist in the North East.

The officers mentioned in the report have no reason, whatsoever, to indulge in the allegation made against them. It is unfortunate that the organisation just went out to gather names of specified senior officers, in a calculated attempt to rubbish their reputation as well as the image of the military. The action, no doubt, depicts more of a premeditated indictment aimed at discrediting the country for whatever purpose.

Each of the previous allegations had been thoroughly responded to and cleared in the public and officially. The title down to the body of the allegation smacks of the extreme bias, which is disturbing coming from an otherwise reputable organisation that is expected to be just and fair to all. Unfortunately in this case, has taken a premeditated position, which is far from noble.

It is curious that a body that has never been able to seriously condemn terror in Nigeria now claims to have done an extensive research with the aim of discrediting the nation’s effort at curtailing terror.

It is clear that Amnesty International (AI) becomes more active in presenting distractive allegations whenever the terrorists are losing ground in the battle. It is very unfortunate that Amnesty International has used this report to further confirm its questionable interest in the counter-terrorism effort in Nigeria.

It will be recalled that the Joint Investigation Team was set up by the Defence Headquarters as part and parcel of efforts to ensure that no detainee suffer unjustly. The detention facilities were thrown open for visits and inspections by independent bodies such as International Committee of the Red Cross and other reputable international organisations and personalities.

Amnesty International is advised to stop playing the role of an irritant coming up loudly only when the terrorists are losing out and remaining silent or complacent whenever the terrorist heightens its atrocities. It is unfair to persist in effort to discredit Nigerian military by seeking all avenues to stigmatise individual officers of the nation’s military purely to satisfy an agenda against the security agencies and image of Nigeria before the international community.

The Nigerian Armed Forces is quite conscious of the fact that the operation has prompted the need to save citizens from abuse of their rights by mindless terrorists. Accordingly, the forces have continued to state and restate its commitment to the rights of Nigerians and all its citizens while prosecuting its anti-terrorism campaign. It is very unfortunate that Amnesty International has chosen to ignore all the responses and clarifications provided to its enquires by the authorities.

It is unfair to rely on records or reports provided by certain disgruntled elements or faceless collaborators who have axe to grind with the system as evidence against officers who have been conscientiously doing their duty to defend the nation and her citizens.

For avoidance of doubt, the Nigerian military does not encourage or condone abuse of human rights neither will any proven case be left unpunished. The kind of impunity being alleged by Amnesty International has no place in the Nigerian military. Every officer in the field is responsible for his action and is duly held accountable. So far, no allegation has been sufficiently proved against those whom Amnesty International is so desperate to convict.

The statistics are largely spurious or manipulated to satisfy a clandestine motive. Indeed, the loud publicity given to these damning allegations suggests an intention to blackmail the military and particular senior officers rather than a sincere advice to the government. This cruel tendency is not new, despite the timing.

The Nigerian military therefore rejects the biased and concocted report provided by Amnesty International. Additional definite response will be provided subsequently as deemed necessary.


Wike Blasts Rivers NBA For Failing To Resist Interference In Judiciary

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, yesterday lashed out at the state chapter of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, for failing to fight against the issues that crippled the judiciary in the state for almost one year.

Meanwhile, workers resumed early yesterday at the judiciary complex in Port Harcourt with most of  them saying  “happy new year,” apparently referring to the protracted strike that kept them at home since June last year.

The governor, yesterday in Government House, Port Harcourt, while swearing in Justice Daisy Okocha as the acting Chief Judge in the state, said he was surprised that senior lawyers who should have resisted  what he termed the evil that rose against the judiciary, kept quiet.

Wike, who also swore in Justice Christy Nwankwo as acting President of the Customary Court of Appeal, recalled failed efforts by the previous government to stop his swearing in as governor of the state on May 29.

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APC Blasts Lamido, Mu’azu Over Comments On Buhari

Governors Babangida Aliyu of Niger State and the his counterpart in Jigawa State, Sule Lamido have come under severe attacks from the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The party slammed the governors for their comments on how the President-elect, Muhammau Buhari and the party should  the run the country as from May 29.

The party said the two governors were not in a position to offer the incoming government any piece of advice. The party in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Lai Mohammed described the advice as ill-intentioned.

The party noted that the duo were part of those who tried to resist change during the March 28 and April 11 general elections. The governors had, last week, told Buhari to stop making excuses, but be ready to fulfill his campaign promises to Nigerians.

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PDP National Secretary Blasts Bode George, South West Leaders

The ongoing crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party took another dimension during the weekend as the party’s National Secretary, Adewale Oladipo, publicly attacked the South-West leaders of the PDP for trying to tear the party apart.

The PDP secretary was reacting to a recent call by the South-West leaders on the members of the PDP National Working Committee to resign their positions.

Oladapo described the call as unfortunate, saying that the southwest leaders had lost focus.

The leaders had in a statement after their meeting in Ado Ekiti, insisted that the NWC members, including the National Chairman of the PDP, should resign over the party’s fallout in the just concluded general elections.

A former Deputy National Chairman of the PDP, Bode George, who read the statement, noted that some members need to exit so the party could rebuild its broken walls.

Reacting to George’s submission, Oladipo slammed the PDP leaders who could not deliver their wards during the elections could be seeking their resignation.

He said, “My attention has been drawn to a communiqué purportedly issued by some PDP leaders in the South-West calling on me, the National Secretary Prof. Adewale Oladipo and the National Auditor, Alhaji Adewole Adeyanju, to resign from the PDP NWC…”

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Slaughter Of Nigerians Unacceptable, Fani- Kayode Blasts South Africans

Controversial speaker and director of media for the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, Femi Fani Kayode has joined in condemning the ongoing xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

South Africans have been attacking foreigners in their land, asking them to leave. Reports gathered that this development has made Nigerians living in the country to lose not less than N21m.

Reacting to the incident for the first time, Fani Kayode, a former Aviation Minister took to his Facebook Wednesday night to blast the Mandiba kinsmen for being ungrateful after Nigeria helped them to fight apartheid. He wrote, “The slaughter of Nigerians and other foreigners in South Africa is shocking and unacceptable…”

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