“GEJ is very scared of Osinbajo” – 7 important things you didn’t read yesterday (but should have)

by Kolapo Olapoju

1. Fayose, the APC ambusher.

The opposition party is wary of Ayo Fayose… for he may be planning to ambush Buhari’s convoys.

The APC alleged that Fayose had already hired members of Oodua Peoples Congress to attack the convoys on their way to the rally as Peoples Democratic Party did in Rivers State.‎ “They are also to strike at the campaign grounds to cause stampede,” the party said.

2. Like Abiola, like Buhari.

According to Festus Keyamo, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress shares similar traits to MKO Abiola.

Keyamo says of Buhari: “He reminds me of MKO Abiola (with some of his imperfections) who became the rallying point in the struggle against military rule.”

3. Ebola has departed Mali.

Malians now have every reason to rejoice… as the deadly Ebola virus disease is no more in the nation.

The United Nations on Sunday, January 19, publicly declared Mali Ebola-free following a 42 day period without any new cases of the deadly virus.

4. Don’t believe the audio recording.

An audio recording implicates Governor Ramalan Yero… but the man says he was misquoted by the device.

Governor Ramalan Yero of Kaduna State has denied reports that he threatened to attack the All Progressives Congress and its governorship candidate in the state, Nasir El Rufai.

From the audio recording, he can be heard threatening to bar Nasir El Rufai from entering Kaduna, while also warning that he may demolish the former minister’s home.

5. GEJ is very scared of Osinbajo.

We hear President Jonathan is worried over the emergence of Yemi Osinbajo as Muhammadu Buhari’s running mate.

In a meeting with some Pentecostal pastors led by Bishop David Oyedepo, President Jonathan was reported to have said: “Osinbajo is my problem. Everything was okay until APC picked Osinbajo.”

6. More money cometh for Dangote.

Billionaire businessman, Aliko Dangote may just be about to get richer.

The Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office has revealed that six foreign mining companies and Dangote Group of Companies would commence mining of gold, iron ore, coal and lead/zinc in 2015.

7. N10 fuel reduction is just a token.

Dear Federal government, the N10 reduction of pump price of petrol is just a token… according to the opposition.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused the Federal Government of making a show out of deceit by its so-called fuel price reduction, saying a 10.3 per cent slash in the price of petrol (from 97 to 87 Naira) is a mere tokenism at a time the price of crude oil has crashed by about 60 per cent.

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