“Buhari supports attack on Abdusalami” | 7 important things you didn’t read yesterday (but should have)

1. EFCC doesn’t scare Amaechi

Get that misconception out of your thinking faculty.

Rotimi Amaechi says he’s unperturbed by the possibility of being investigated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

The man says he tried for Rivers state, therefore- he ain’t bothered…



2. PDP Senators regret being fair to APC

PDP Senators had the numbers to get Senate Presidency but chose to go for Deputy Senate President instead.

Now, one of them says that some of them regret the fact that they weren’t greedy enough.

Senator Peter Nwaoboshi is the bearer of this message.




3. APC governors may have offended Oduduwa

Afenifere is upset with All Progressives Congress governors.

Afenifere says their absence at the burial of the Ooni of Ife, is a sign of disrespect towards Oduduwa.

The governors may need to appease Oduduwa for their sacrilegious absence.




4. The battle for the Ooni of Ife begins

When a king dies, naturally, the succession war starts.

Shortly after the Ooni of Ife died, his alleged successor announced himself.

It’s none other than the proprietor of Oduduwa University, Prince Rahmon Adegoke Adedoyin.




5. Buhari’s supports attack on Abdusalami

The spokesperson of the Peoples Democratic Party, Olisa Metuh is getting consistent with his daily attacks of President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to Metuh’s investigations, Buhari gave permission to APC to launch an attack on Abdusalami Abubakar.

Opposition spokesman, Metuh really believes that “such weighty attacks from the President’s party can’t come without his approval.”




6. FG to spy on some Nigerians

The social media of some Nigerians would soon be placed under keen watch.

Spending millions of dollars, the Federal Government will soon start spying on the social media accounts of people with terrorist affiliations.

From Facebook to Twitter, FG wants to make sure the terrorism inclined persons are stopped before striking.




7. Things are working in Kaduna state, even for the animals.

It was an emotional day recently, as 1,232 cows were reunited with their owners, in Kaduna state.

1,232 cows, 295 sheep and 14 donkeys, have been recovered from bandits.


It appears El-Rufai is working… even for the animals.

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