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2023: Olorogun Jaro Egbo Congratulates Gov Okowa, As Atiku Picks Him As Running Mate



By Daniel Dafe

Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta State, Olorogun Jaro Egbo, has congratulated the State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa on his emergence as the running mate to the PDP Presidential flagbearer, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

Alhaji Abubakar on Thursday, June 16, 2022, picked Governor Okowa of Delta State as his running mate in the 2023 general elections.

In a press statement made available to media houses, the Leader of the popular Hivoltage Group, said he was excited and the same.time not surprised that Alhaji Abubakar made him his running mate, saying that “it was a most welcome development.”

According to the statememt, Governor Okowa as a core party loyalist, political strategist and a consummate politician with deep interest in the unity and development of the country is a rare politician that has always stood out when demands are placed on him.”

He continued: “I have watched the governor closely and I can say he is the best man fit for the job. Atiku and Okowa combination is a sure win for PDP.”

He added: “I wish to congratulate our dynamic and visionary Governor, His Excellency, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa on his emergence as the running mate to the PDP Presidential Candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. I am.overjoyed about the development.”

“We are very sure of victory in the forthcoming general elections and we are going to embark on massive grassroot mobilization for the party and the Presidential Candidate and his running mate. The choice of Okowa is indeed a round peg in a round hole. To God be all the glory”, he said.

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The former leader Mubi South Local Government legislative Council Honorable Abdullahi Musa, has announced his resignation before the Honorable House on 21st of May 2022.

Immediately after his resignation the Former Council Leader moved the motion for the election of new leader of the House and nominated Honourable Mohammed Haruna, councillor representing the good people of Gella Ward of Mubi South LG.

While Hon Ibrahim Ahmadu, of Duvu ward seconded the motion move by honorable Abdullahi Musa councillor nasarawo ward and declared Hon Muhammad Haruna, who return elected as a new leader of Mubi South legislative council with All vote of council members.

Congratulations Hon Mohammed A Haruna councillor representing the good people of Gella Ward Mubi South LGC.

SSA to leader Mubi South LGC
Hon Muhammad A Haruna.

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Campaign Time: Fintiri Finally Lifts Ban On Sallah, Christmas Homages




A trending reaction following the report on the reviewe of ban on faith based festivity homages to the Adamawa state governor, via social media argued that it isn’t for Covid-19 but for political reasons of politics.

This media tried but could not get to have the response from either of the governor’s media aids.

The trending shared viewpoint as news report reads thus:

Ahead of the 2023 election, governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa state has finally lifted the ban on paying him homage.

Report to that effect has it that the reversal to the ban on Salah and Christmas homages was sequel to the ease of the effect of the dreaded Covid-19 pandemic worldwide,

Dreaded Covid-19? Didn’t the governor impose the ban of paying him faith based festive homages prior to the occupation of Covid?

“Electorates shouldn’t be claimed by defective memory for a deception,” Alhamdu Lazarus, joining others interviewed would express his thoughts, pointing out that the governor has been avoiding people after the election.

“Those who are used to paying festive homages on the governor’s before now lamented that the sitting governor could have considered the generosity he would extend to the guests on homage would be a colossal waste hence decreed against it.

“Why is he reviewing it now? This explains the deception; a campaign strategy.

The political PR strategy is pitiable. When the governor should have wished the Ummah happy first, he’s wishing “all Muslims a happy and peaceful Eid-el-fitr” with many days to go. This is likened to the 2023 election campaign at a time the citizenry needs to feel the impact of the dividends of democracy.

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The All Progressive Congress (APC) has called on political appointees who are seeking elective positions during 2023 general election to resign before its primaries scheduled to hold in May, Tribune has reported.

The party’s national publicity secretary, Felix Morka on telephoneon Friday, said they were expected to comply with the amended 2022 Electoral Act recently signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to Section 84 (12): “No political appointee at any level shall be voting delegate or be voted for at the Convention or Congress of any political party for the purpose of the nomination of candidates for any election.”

Some of those political appointees that have declared to contest political positions are Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amechi, who have declared to succeed President Buhari; Attorney general of the Federation, Abubakar Malami; Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio; Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige and Chukuwemeka Nwajiuba, junior Minister for Education.

According to Mr Morka, “The position of the party is consistent with the Electoral Act,” he said. “We are allowing our affected members who may have the intention of contesting the primaries to comply with the Electoral Act, as provided.

“The Electoral Act, however, does not stipulate the time frame by which individuals should resign their appointment prior to the primary. The party will simply follow the Electoral Act.

“Any member of the party who is on an appointive position, we will expect such individual to resign before our primaries.

“We are hopeful that they will comply at the right time and we are going to ensure that anyone seeking our ticket will not breach the Electoral Act,” he asserted.

By Tribune

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