Police Seal PDP Headquarters Again

The police have again sealed the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP,  secretariat known as Wadata Plaza,  Abuja.

Although no official reason has been given,  it may not be unconnected with the intention to prevent the sacked acting National Chairman of the party,  Senator Ali Modu Sheriff,  from gaining access to the place.

A report monitored on radio indicated that Sheriff was locked out of the premises and was standing by the gate,  having stormed the secretariat as early as 7am.

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Amaechi Orders FAAN To Erect Befitting Headquarters

Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, on Wednesday directed the management of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria to erect an appropriate and befitting headquarters within the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos for itself.

Mr. Amaechi, accompanied by the Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi Sirika, and some key management staff of the agency, gave the directive at the FAAN’s headquarters. He gave the order shortly before embarking on a tour of the airport’s facilities. He said the present FAAN’s headquarters was not a befitting office.

Mr. Amaechi, who expressed his discomfort with what he observed, wondered why FAAN, despite its huge revenue-profile, could not build a befitting office for itself since its establishment.

He said that safety was not negotiable and that it should not be toyed with, adding that after safety, the next thing that should be discussed and uppermost to FAAN should be an appropriate office space.

“From what I have observed, this is not a befitting edifice and office that should house FAAN workers. Once we have discussed safety, the next thing should be the construction of new FAAN office,” he said.

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