PDP Leaders Mull Sanctioning Wike As Party Move To Constitute Campaign Council
The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, and other organs of the party, including the National Working Committee (NWC) the Caucus, and the Board of Trustees (BoT) have given approval for the constitution of the presidential campaign council.
It was gathered that some leaders of the main opposition party had also discussed sanctioning Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State and his loyalists for engaging in anti-party activities, but other leaders were in support of ongoing reconciliatory efforts.
A top member of the PDP had told Vanguard that: “We held a major consultative meeting on Tuesday and I can assure you that the membership of the council will be announced in the next two weeks.
“Details of our next steps are being worked out. You know the PDP, being a very large family, has a lot of tendencies and individuals and groups have egos that require massaging. We are doing that.
“There are those pushing for us to wield the big stick but the majority are more favourably disposed to ongoing reconciliatory efforts because we are in opposition; we need everyone more than the ruling party.”
Source: Naija News
Sunday Igboho Issues Eviction Notice To Terrorists In South-West Nigeria, Says No Going Back On Yoruba Nation
Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho has issued a warning to Fulani terrorists in the six South-West states of Nigeria to leave before it is too late.
Mr Igboho issued the fresh notice in a statement issued on Wednesday by his spokesperson, Oluyomi Koiki, titled ‘You Cannot Take Over Yoruba Land Just As The Northern Part Of Nigeria Has Been Taken Over By Fulani Terrorists.’
He alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari has done nothing to stop killings by Fulani herdsmen.
Igboho said the activities of Fulani militias lately have made Yoruba people to regret being hospitable and generous.
He asserted that Yoruba people would break away from Nigeria and reclaim their sovereignty as they were before the British colonialism, stressing that it is their God-given right.
Source: Sahara Reporters