Delta APC House Of Reps Aspirant, Oshasha Collapse His Structure For Waive Second Term Bid

  An All Progressives Congress chieftain and Aspirant for Ughelli North, Ughelli South and Udu federal constituency at the 2023 election, Olorogun Ovuoke Oshaha has collapse his political aspirations and structure for second term bid of Rev. Francis Ejiroghene Waive.   In a statement posted on his facebook account, Oshasha the CEO of Voke Star and SOBAZ Oil disclosed that he withdrew his aspiration for the overriding interest of the his party the APC.   Before his withdrawal, Oshaha has purchased and submitted his expression and nomination form at Abuja.…

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Sokoto: Airline Sacks Dangote In-law For Supporting Deborah Killing

  For supporting the gruesome killing of Deborah Samuel by suspected Islamic fanatics, Azman Air has sacked the son-Inlaw of Africa richest man, Aliko Dangote, Captain Jamil Abubakar.   In a tweet by the airline, Jamil, Dangote son-in-law who justified Deborah Samuel’s murder, no longer our pilot “PUBLIC NOTICE: Capt Jamil Abubakar is no longer a pilot @AzmanAir; his last flight with us was 22nd Dec 2019,” Azman Air said in a rebuttal tweet. Jamil Abubakar and Azman aircraft A composite of Jamil Abubakar and Azman aircraft Azman airline has…

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Delta PDP Primaries: Omote Cautions Delegates Against Divisive Statement

By Michael Veloh Ahead of the forthcoming primaries in Delta state, Prince Emmanuel Omote has cautioned delegates from Delta Central to be mindful of statements that would cause division among themselves. He gave this advice while reacting to comments from various section of the social and conventional media publications that might cost Urhobo nation the governor in 2023. It would be recalled that, the print media has been engulfed with series of unfortunate publications against governorship aspirants from the Urhobo extraction, particularly in Delta central. According to Omote, “I want…

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Sokoto Killing: CAN Sets To Hold Peaceful Protest

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has directed all churches in the country and Christian stakeholders to hold a peaceful protest nationwide over the gruesome killing of Deborah Yakubu by a mob of Muslim youths in Sokoto State for alleged blasphemy. CAN made the call via a circular that was released by the General Secretary, Joseph Daramola, on Saturday, and obtained by politicsgovernance.com   The circular which was titled, “A REQUEST FOR NATIONWIDE PEACEFUL PROTESTS, CALLING FOR JUSTICE FOR DEBORAH YAKUBU” reads, “I have been directed by the CAN President,…

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