Today’s Daily Brief: APC & PDP clash on Saraki, Presidential villa fight, and more

On the issue of Boko Haram, neighboring countries have been offering support to help curb the insurgents.  Buhari, who met with Heads of state and government meeting of Niger, Chad, Cameroon and Benin in Abuja, said that Nigeria should lead the regional war against Boko Haram.

He when a proposal for a six-month rotating command between the five nations had been suggested, emphasized that Nigeria should lead the war until Boko Haram is defeated.


There is fight for supremacy between the ruling party APC and opposition party PDP and those caught in between will be trampled upon. Such is the case ten contractors of Rivers State Waste Management Authority perceived to be loyalists of the All Progressive Congress (APC), by the sole administrator, Felix Obuah were Thursday sacked for alleged inability to comply with agency directives.


Still on Kashamu’s case, the court again has fixed June 25 for hearing in the extradition application instituted by the Federal Government.


On the issue of Saraki’s emergence as the Senate President is really the thing of the moment and is causing issues in the house between the PDP and APC. This has made the PDP to warn the APC not to intimidate or harass the Clerk of the National Assembly,  Salisu Maikasuwa and the National Assembly Service Commission for performing their statutory functions during the inauguration of the National Assembly when Bukola Saraki emerged the Senate President and Yakubu Dogara, the Speaker of the House of Representatives.


The struggle for supremacy of who will be in charge of security of the President Muhammadu Buhari as authorities of the Presidential Villa, Abuja have rejected about 253 officials of the Department of State Services recently transferred to the Presidential Villa.


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