1. When prostitutes mourn, customers do what?
Even the sex-workers have the liberty to mourn their dead, no?
Prostitutes in Abeokuta disregarded their customers, by coming out en masse to mourn their dead on Monday night.
Unperturbed by who may be left sex-starved, they staged a candlelight procession in honour of their colleague.
2. Akpabio’s fate hangs in the balance
Godswill Akpabio’s tenure as a Senator is in danger.
The Justice Goddy Anunihu-led Election Petition Tribunal has received two exhibits in the case against him.
The Card Reader Report used for the election as well as a copy of the Approved Guidelines for the conduct of the 2015 General Election; are the two exhibits that threatens his Senator-ship.
3. ‘We are not well taken care of’
It was meant to be a routine visit by deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, to the Internally displaced persons camp in Adamawa.
But it turned out to be more than that.
One of the IDPs revealed to Ekweremadu that they are being cheated by officials of the National Emergency Management Agency.
4. Buhari sued over fuel scarcity
Even though fuel scarcity has been lingering in the country before the presidential election, President Buhari should be blamed, no?
That’s exactly what this fine lawyer feels, as he files a lawsuit against the President.
Kabir Akingbolu has asked a court to determine whether it’s a breach of office that Buhari has not given us fuel.
5. El-Rufai gives demolition a pretty name
Nasir El-Rufai has a thing for demolition… but he doesn’t seem to like the name anymore.
First it was Abuja, now it is Kaduna.
Governor El-Rufai has renamed demolition of lands as ‘recovery of government lands’… and he’s absolutely correct.
6. Robbing the law is a bad idea
Every robber must before every operation, pray to God that they don’t rob a police officer or a judge.
Vigilante, John James, had his prayer unanswered recently when he went robbing.
James, having robbed a judge, in en route a jail cell.
7. Igbos should have patience like the Yorubas
Igbo politicians cannot be too pleased to hear (or read) this.
Joe Igbokwe, the Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress in Lagos, says the Igbos should enjoy being in opposition… for some time.
Igbokwe gave the Igbos 10 years to stay, build and learn in the oppositions, before coming to the center stage.