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Dear Aruviere Martin Egharhevwa, BLAME Sen. OVIE OMO-AGEGE FOR HIS UNFORTUNATE ELECTION WOES IN THE JUST CONCLUDED GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION AND NOT LAURETTA ONOCHIE, CAIRO OJOUGBOH, IYKE ODIKPO, AND VICTOR OCHEI.

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Dear Aruviere Martin Egharhevwa,

BLAME Sen. OVIE OMO-AGEGE FOR HIS UNFORTUNATE ELECTION WOES IN THE JUST CONCLUDED GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION AND NOT LAURETTA ONOCHIE, CAIRO OJOUGBOH, IYKE ODIKPO, AND VICTOR OCHEI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Omo-Agege’s high-handedness and blatant refusal to consult and engage with relevant stakeholders within the APC, especially in Delta North to synergize with a view of fighting a united front and for the unity of purpose in pursuance of the governorship mandate, resulted in him loosing gallantly. NO ONE SHOULD BE BLAMED FOR HIS LOSS BUT HIMSELF! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By that singular act of Omo-Agege hijacking the state party structure without recourse to other stakeholders, he brought the party to her knees in the just concluded election.

 

 

 

 

 

Throughout history, nobody has ever become the governor of any state working alone. He who seeks to represent the Interest of the people must be in touch and in consonance with the people he seeks to represent. Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege was a lone worker in his Governorship quest forgetting the Anioma adage which says, “There’s strength in number”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Aruviere Martin Egharhevwa,
BLAME Sen. OVIE OMO-AGEGE FOR HIS UNFORTUNATE ELECTION WOES IN THE JUST CONCLUDED GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION AND NOT LAURETTA ONOCHIE, CAIRO OJOUGBOH, IYKE ODIKPO, AND VICTOR OCHEI.

 

 

It is very laughable when I see some lazy individuals throw tantrums at Delta  North APC leaders as the cause of Omo-Agege losing the election. And I ask, how?

For the records, out of sheer negligence, Omo-Agege never consulted nor engaged with Lauretta Onochie and Buhari support organizations ( BSO), Delta state, now Tinubu/Shetta Campaign Team, under the able leadership of Chief Emma Ejiofor over his governorship vision. He did not consult with APC leaders across the state. In fact, he was instrumental to running Chief Great Ogboru and many APC leaders and stakeholders out of the party.

He believed he could be the governor of Delta state without the inputs of these people including the Secretary of the party in Delta State, Nick Ovuakporie and other stalwarts in Delta North and South which he also, looked down on. His instinct failed him! Blame no one for your loss, Augustine Ovie Omo-Agege!

Omo-Agege in a bid to pocket APC Delta state, have stood severally against Lauretta Onochie’s nominations into public offices of note. He fought and sponsored protests against Onochie’s nomination as INEC Federal commissioner and subsequently stood against her normination as NDDC board Chairman by President Muhammadu Buhari. As God will have it, all his witch-hunting and fight was effort in futility. God does not sleep.

Lauretta Onochie’s emergence as the NDDC board chairman was as a result of dint of hard work, integrity, trust and capacity to deliver on the mandate in the overall interest of Niger Deltans and not for some selected few. Those who think she should have rolled out cash in support of Ovie Omo-Agege’s governorship race do so out of ignorance and a corrupt mentality. NDDC is and will not be a cash cow for greedy fellows, not under Lauretta Onochie’s watch.

As one of Omo-Agege’s hangers-on, you must have missed the fact or allowed bias to becloud your recollection that Lauretta Onochie was a lead figure in the campaign for Tinubu/Shettima presidential mandate across the nation and in Delta state. Herself, Chief Emma Ejiofor, Coordinator Tinubu/Shettima campaign group, Delta State & team, alongside Dr. Iyke Odikpo, toured around some LGA’s in Delta state for medical outreach and sensitization campaign, mobilizing support for Tinubu/Shettima mandate. They sponsored several town hall meetings and mobilized interest groups across the board for door to door mobilisations. More than anyone else in Delta state, Lauretta Onochie contributed towards Tinubu/Shettima Presidential campaign.

Omo-Agege would have first, concentrated more on mending broken bridges he destroyed intentionally, rather than building walls, before going into the elections proper.

Martin, Omo-Agege failed himself not Cairo Ojougbo, not Iyke Odikpo, not Victor Ochei and definitely not Lauretta  Onochie nor any other whom accusing fingers have been pointed to. 

You too, Martin, failed Omo-Agege. His brother, Jimmy told him the truth. You were busy, scheming which position you will get that you did not realize that Omo-Agege failed in the election before it kicked off. 

 BLAME NO ONE OTHER THAN YOURSELF AND DSP Augustine Ovie Omo-Agege. 

Sincerely Yours.

Comr. Charles Njuwe

Furthermore, During d @OfficialAPCNg Presidential Primaries, DSP @OvieOmoAgege ordered d Delta delegates, which he personally handpicked to vote SP, Ahmad Lawan. And after Asiwaju Bola Tinubu @officialABAT won d ticket, he was given money to organize for the Tinubu/Shettima Campaign in Delta. state. But Agege didn’t do anything. He instead entered into an agreement with LP’s Peter Obi, so he can support him for the Presidential elections while the Obedient movement in the state would support him for d governorship.

 So rather than print posters and banners with Tinubu’s pictures. they were printed with Obi’s pictures. Omo-Agege did not attend any of the Presidential Campaigns in the 36 states and Abuja. Not even the one hosted by his good friend Hope Uzodinma of Imo State.

 We were told he gave money to Obi, but couldn’t even pay agents working for APC, despite. all the money given to him. The budget for the Warri Campaign was 10 times inflated. Collecting Asiwaju’s money to sponsor Obi. But because PO is selfish like him, he let him support him for the Presidential elections but later disappointed him for d governorship. He didn’t even say. a word. That was why, in Omo-Agege’s Ughelli North LGA, same APC that got only 11,196 at the Presidential election, to LP’s 22,589, scored 34,955 votes to LP’s 1 438 votes during the governorship. The bad news was that because Obi didn’t abandon him after the elections, LP in d6. didn’t get to work for him. He was so sure PO would win, so didn’t care. The APC party agents during the Presidential Elections weren’t paid any kobo even till date. 

After the Presidential election, d LP governorship candidate in the state went around Warri with his supporters,7. cutting off PO’s picture from Omo-Agege’s banners. See video. The question is, why would a DSP for that matter, use the picture of another party’s candidate when his own party has a candidate? There was even a picture of him with some OBIdients with a banner at his Country home, Orogun8. See pics. Before u come here to defend him, just bring one pics of him attending any of d APC rallies apart from d one in Warri. 

Today, he is hiring disgruntled elements to blackmail the Chairman of @NDDCOnline, Lauretta Onochie @Laurestar and Cairo Ojougboh,@AkinuwaAnioma9. They are now accusing them of working against d APC in the state in the Presidential and governorship elections. They said Onochie didn’t even come to Delta to campaign for Asiwaju. 

Apart from the fact that Lauretta Onochie was Deputy National DG of the Tinubu/Shettima Women10. The campaign team and took part in all their activities. She was also one of the coordinators of d Buhari Support Organisation (BSO) Delta State. An organization she is also one of the financiers over d years. On the 25 January, a meeting that included all 25 LGA’s coordinators was 11. held at the Secretariat Asaba, where it was agreed that d BSO shall prosecute the 2023 elections under d name Tinubu/Shettima Campaign Group. See pics. Alot of campaign activities were lined up. There was a free Medical Outreach, Townhall meetings and many other events to12. galvanize support for APC Presidential Candidates. See pics.

Meanwhile, as far back as June 2022, Cairo Ojougboh have started speaking on National TV in defence of a Muslim/Muslim ticket even when Asiwaju hasn’t picked a running mate. And after Tinubu picked Kashim13. Shettima and d uproar that greeted it, Dr Ojougboh was one of d first APC leaders to defend d ticket on National TV stations like @ARISEtv. And he took part in a lot of d Campaign events, even working closely with Asiwaju. See pics.

Because Omo-Agege is now desperate and14. knows that come May 29, he won’t be even an ordinary floor member at d Senate and won’t be a gov, that all d powers he has been using to oppress everybody in Delta would have gone,he is now trying to drag people he see as a threat, with the hope that Asiwaju would look his way in. his cabinet. 

They said Onochie is not fit to occupy d position of NDDC Chairman because APC lost her Polling Unit, that it happened because she worked against APC. But we’re not surprised because Omo-Agege fought against her going to INEC, and still fighting her NDDC16. appointment. 

In 2019, APC lost @ProfOsinbajo’s polling unit. Did he work against APC? In this elections, APC lost Lagos, Tinubu’s home state. Did he work against APC? APC lost Kastina. Did Buhari work against APC? APC lost Kaduna, did @elrufai work against APC? What about17. Solomon Lalong? Did he work against APC?

I am not surprised at his actions though because I know him. A man who thinks everything in life is gra gra. A man who got into office and was fighting everybody who helped him get to that office including Buhari. He acted like it will18. never end. He acted like Delta state APC was his personal estate and his word is law. He could only win 4 out of d 4 LGA’s he represents at the Senate. But why won’t he? When he has been acting like he was only elected to represent only his village Orogun by taking everything19. there?

Now he wants to blame others for his woeful performance. 

Leave Onochie and Ojougboh alone. They’ve no hands in your 4/25 score.

@Destinyonyebike 

@AGBAINNENNA2

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Cybersecurity levy: FG more interested in milking dying economy, says Peter Obi

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Cybersecurity levy: FG more interested in milking dying economy, says Peter Obi

 

 

 

 

 

 

Global News Reports That The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, in the 2023 elections, says the federal government is more interested in milking a dying economy through the introduction of the cybersecurity levy.

 

 

 

 

Cybersecurity levy: FG more interested in milking dying economy, says Peter Obi

 

 

 

In a post on his X account on Wednesday, Obi said the policies implemented by the government not only drive the citizens into poverty but also diminish the country’s competitiveness in the economic environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to Obi, it is unreasonable to expect the struggling citizens of Nigeria to individually finance all government activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The introduction of yet another tax, in the form of Cybersecurity Levy, on Nigerians who are already suffering severe economic distress is further proof that the government is more interested in milking a dying economy instead of nurturing it to recovery and growth,” Obi said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The imposition of a Cybersecurity Levy on bank transactions is particularly sad given that the tax is on the trading capital of businesses and not on their profit hence will further erode whatever is left of their remaining capital, after the impact of the Naira devaluation and high inflation rate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“It is inconceivable to expect the suffering citizens of Nigeria to separately fund all government activities. Policies such as this impoverish the citizens and make the country’s economic environment less competitive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“At a time when the government should be reducing taxes to curb inflation, the government is instead introducing new taxes. And when did the office of the NSA become a revenue-collecting center?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“And why should that purely national security office receive returns on a specific tax as stated in the new cybersecurity law?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On May 6, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) directed banks and other financial institutions to implement a 0.5 percent cybersecurity levy on electronic transfers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBN said the policy would take effect in two weeks and charges would be described as a ‘Cybersecurity Levy’.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The apex bank said the charges would be remitted to the national cyber security fund, administered by the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA).

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TY BURATAI HUMANITY CARE FOUNDATION CELEBRATES WORKERS; SALUTES PRESIDENT TINUBU’S SALARY INCREASE APPROVAL

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TY BURATAI HUMANITY CARE FOUNDATION CELEBRATES WORKERS; SALUTES PRESIDENT TINUBU’S SALARY INCREASE APPROVAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sahara Weekly Reports That The TY Buratai Humanity Care Foundation has recently expressed jubilation and gratitude towards President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for his approval of a significant salary increase ranging between 25% and 35% for civil servants on the remaining six Consolidated Salary Structures. Additionally, the Foundation also applauded the President for approving a pay rise for pensioners under the Defined Benefits Scheme (DBS). This announcement was made in a statement signed by the Chairman of the Foundation, Amb Ibrahim Dahiru Danfulani Sadaukin Garkuwan Keffi and Betara of Biu.

 

 

 

 

 

TY BURATAI HUMANITY CARE FOUNDATION CELEBRATES WORKERS; SALUTES PRESIDENT TINUBU’S SALARY INCREASE APPROVAL

 

 

 

 

The statement highlighted the Foundation’s Grand Patron, His Excellency, Ambassador Lt Gen Tukur Yusufu Buratai (Rtd) CFR, former Chief of Army Staff, who expressed confidence in President Tinubu’s renewed hope agenda. The Grand Patron emphasized that the salary increase would undoubtedly bring smiles back to Nigerian workers, acknowledging their relentless dedication to the nation’s progress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buratai further stated that the salary and pension increase are a step in the right direction and hope for more increases in the nearest future in order to further cushion the inflationary trend in the economy on the workers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Furthermore, General Buratai urged the public to rally behind President Tinubu’s administration, expressing concern over prevalent issues such as fuel scarcity and the escalating prices of goods in the market. Despite the Naira’s appreciation against the dollar, the Grand Patron noted that these economic challenges persist, calling for solidarity and support from all citizens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Buratai extended his heartfelt salute to Nigerian workers for their unwavering sacrifices towards the nation’s prosperity. Their dedication and commitment do not go unnoticed, and their efforts are instrumental in shaping a brighter future for all.

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Ondo 2024: PDP holds primary on Thursday with seven contestants

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Ondo 2024: PDP holds primary on Thursday with seven contestants

 

 

 

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Global News Reports – The Ondo Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is gearing up for its primary this Thursday. This pivotal event comes before the November 16 governorship election in the state.

 

 

Ondo 2024: PDP holds primary on Thursday with seven contestants

 

 

 

Seven Prominent Figures Vying for the Ticket The party boasts seven chieftains who will be vying for the PDP’s ticket in the primary. The lineup of aspirants is impressive and diverse. It includes Mr. Agboola Ajayi, a former Deputy Governor of the state, and Chief Olusola Ebiseni, who previously served as the Secretary General of the pan-Yoruba socio-political association, Afenifere. Joining them are Mr. Kolade Akinjo, a former member of the House of Representatives; Mr. John Mafo, a former Commissioner for Information; Mr. Adeolu Akinwumi; Mr. Bamidele Akingboye; and Bosun Arebuwa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Committee and Procedures Announced In a statement released on Wednesday, Mr. Kennedy Peretei, the state Publicity Secretary of the PDP, shed light on the upcoming poll. He revealed that a seven-man committee, led by Bayelsa State Deputy Governor, Mr. Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo, will conduct the primary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The statement read, “The Ondo State Peoples Democratic Party Governorship Primary Election, scheduled for Thursday, 25th April, 2024 will be conducted by a 7-man Primary Election Committee, headed by Bayelsa State Deputy Governor, His Excellency, Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details of the Primary Election The statement detailed, “The Ondo State PDP Governorship Primary Election, set for Thursday, April 25, 2024, will be overseen by a 7-man Primary Election Committee.” The committee’s chair is none other than the Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, His Excellency, Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Venue and Participants The International Culture and Events Centre (The Dome) in Akure will host the exercise. An impressive roster of 627 delegates from the 18 local government areas of the state will gather to choose the party’s flag bearer for the November 16, 2024, Governorship election.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Final Preparations Delegate accreditation will kick off at 10:00 am. The party advises individuals who are not delegates or do not have official business at the venue to maintain a reasonable distance from the arena.

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