by Kolapo Olapoju
1. Buhari needs to warn his governors about corruption
A United States-based non-political organisation, African Peoples Economic Development Agency, advised Buhari to warn his governors against dabbling into corruption.
“The President of Mexico, Pena Nieto, and the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, both from countries that were brought down to the lowest level of poverty and hopelessness through corruption, had fought corruption by prosecuting those culpable. Some were killed in the course of justice while others were sent to prison to pay the price.”
“The president of Mexico had warned his governors and elected officials against corruption and this is what I think Buhari should do in the case of Nigeria. The Prime Minister of India has made progress towards strong economic development in India and this could happen in Nigeria too.”
2. Jim Iyke is married to a girl in her dreams
A young lady, Ify Jacob, who is schooling in Malaysia, has accused Nollywood action, Jim Iyke, of getting married to her in the dream world.
She recently stalked his Instagram page to complain on one of his posts.
“Jim I beg you in the name of God, stop getting married to me in my dreams. For more than three years now I have always seen you in my dreams, married to me. I have been praying every time about it but it always reoccurred. Even last night it happened again. I am tired of this. If you are his PA show him this text message and if this is you, I beg you in the name of God, to do something about it.”
3. APC wants the media to behave themselves
The All Progressives Congress has implored the media to confirm before putting out any information into the public space.
APC wants the media to always clarify with the authentic officials of the party and the Buhari Campaign Organization.
“Various people have been quoted in the media on what the President-elect will do or will not do once he assumes office. The truth is that these people do not speak for the President-elect, hence the need for the media to clarify such issues with the Chairman of the party, its National Publicity Secretary or the Spokesman of the Buhari Campaign Organization. These officials are always available to clarify issues.”
4. Tinubu hates when women beg for appointments
Senator representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, Oluremi Tinubu, says she feels insulted and irritated when women beg for political appointments.
During the Press Day event of the Dansol High School, Lagos, on Saturday, Tinubu said: “I feel appalled when women beg for appointments. Who says a woman cannot be President?”
“If we had so many women inspiring other women, it would not be that way. We want to have another Senate President, it will be a man. The Speaker will be a man. Isn’t that a shame? Where are the women? Don’t ask me, ‘What about you?’ My situation is different. My husband said, ‘you will not be used to blackmail me’. And I accepted.”
5. Cattle herders kill 70 Christians
70 Christians have been reportedly murdered in two areas in Plateau State.
The raids, which were carried out by cattle herders, occurred in Barkin Ladi and Riyom Local Government Areas.
The herders are known to usually terrorize Christian farmers in Plateau, Bauchi, Kaduna, Taraba, Benue, and other states.
A local said of the attack: “The jihadists, in their quest to eliminate Christians in Plateau State and their thirst for blood, have succeeded in killing Christians and burning their houses.”
6. Jonathan made corruption look attractive
Poet, Prof. Niyi Osundare, has accused the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan administration, of making corruption attractive.
“We have a President, who saw no difference between right or wrong. Here is a President, who saw a difference between stealing and corruption. The PDP offered transformation without change, motion without movement.”
“The President made evil deed attractive. People commit crimes and get away with it. As long as you belong to the president’s party or you know his wife, you are safe. A criminal runs to Aso Rock for being called a thief and the President shuts the gate and say, be not afraid.”
7. APC borrowed money to plant flowers
Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, has stated that the All Progressives Congress cannot criticise him, simply because it has no moral right to do so.
According to Fayose, the adminitsration of former APC-led government of Kayode Fayemi, yielded nothing but leave the state in dire financial straits.
“”Here is a party that used borrowed fund to plant flowers in Ado Ekiti and none of the flowers can be seen anywhere in the State capital talking about our government’s policies not being developmental.”