Today’s Daily Brief: APC divided, Buhari confused, and more

So still on the NASS issue, it’s like everything is working against Femi  Gbajabiamila as some major stakeholders in the All Progressive Congress (APC) are opposing him from emerging as house majority leader.

Gbajabiamila who lost the position of speaker of the house to Yakubu Dogara, career seems to be on the balance, because as some stakeholders feel he should be compensated, some are against him from getting that position because he is from South-west and enough position have been given to South-west.


The cheating scandal which involves media personality Toke Makinwa, her husband Maje Ayida and his alleged baby-mama-to-be, Anita Solomon is the new gist in town.

But as thought that maybe Makinwa is in the dark on the whole issue is totally wrong because apparently she knew about Solomon all along and have also talked about her in a feature episode on Moments with MO guest feature episode with Dolapo Oni, Bolanle, Omawunmi and Veronika Odeka.


As it is the normal trend in Nigeria, if you are good, they talk about you, if otherwise, they castigate you. That is entirely what ex-registrar of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ayorinde Ogunruku, who said former Goodluck Jonathan’s administration failed to curb corruption because he his careless attitude.

He said corruption reached its peak during Jonathan’s tenure because of his careless attitude towards corruption and because he took things for granted.


Apparently President Muhammadu Buhari can’t come to terms with Nigerians are in a hurry for him to appoint ministers, a situation that is totally out of his control.

In an interview with Arise TV, Buhari explained that the delay in appointment of ministers was due to the non-cooperation of outgone government. they didn’t submit their handover notes on time and he didn’t get those notes until three days ago. He needs the report so he would be aware of what positions there are in the government especially in terms of the finance and petroleum portfolios.


It looks like the All Progressive Congress (APC) leader, Bola Tinubu is still a powerful and influential politician after all as a Northern group told politicians not to undermine Tinubu.

The group said Tinubu contributed to the emergence of the President Muhammadu Buhari and are already aware of plans to undermine Tinubu because they see him as a stumbling block.


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