Atiku, APC Govs Hold Meetings In Dubai – Wike Reveals|| Fmr Miss Nigeria Confirmed Dead

APC governors holding regular meetings with Atiku in Dubai: Wike
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has accused Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), of having regular meetings in Dubai with governors of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

Mr Wike was reacting to recent claims by members of his party loyal to Mr Abubakar that himself alongside governors Seyi Makide of Oyo, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu, Okeizie Ikpeazu of Abia, and Samuel Ortom of Benue state, were considering a deal with Bola Tinubu of the APC.

“They said we had meeting with so and so. What is your problem? Assuming there was a meeting, has Atiku not been holding meetings with governors of APC?

“Ask him. As he is in Dubai, don’t we know what is going on? So, why do you bother about us? G5 that you said you can win without us; leave us alone,” Mr Wike said at the flag-off of a road project in Rivers on Friday.
Source: Peoples Gazette

Police raid IPOB hideout in Rivers
The Rivers State Police Command said it raided a hideout of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in Oyigbo Local Government Area of the state.

Commissioner of Police Okon Effiong made the disclosure on Friday while parading suspected criminals terrorizing parts of the state.

According to Effiong, 10 members of IPOB, including those who were involved in the burning of the Oyigbo police station during the EndSARS protest were among the arrested.

Effiong who vowed that the command will not allow any form of criminal activities in the state disclosed that seven out of the eight kidnappers who abducted the CEO of an Oil company on the Rumuokoro flyover were nabbed and their victim rescued. This was achieved when operatives of the command stormed the camps of fake Civilian JTF in Ahoada and Omoku.
Source: DailyPost

Former Miss Nigeria Is Dead
A former Miss Nigeria simply named Foluke Ntukidem has reportedly died.
Naija News learnt that the former beauty queen died at age 75 in her sleep at her Lagos residence on Monday, December 19.

The deceased’s son Mfon Ntukidem, as quoted by the Premuim Times reads: “my mum, Mrs Foluke Abosede Ntukidem (nee Ogundipe) died last Monday, 19th December at age 75.

“She had been Miss Nigeria in 1968.

“We are concluding arrangements and selecting pictures which we will share once concluded.”

The deceased represented Western State at the beauty pageant and won the competition to become Miss Nigeria in 1968.
She succeeded Rosaline Balogun who was the first official Miss Nigeria at Miss World
Ntukdem represented Nigeria at the 18th edition of Miss World held in November 1968, which Miss Australia Penny Plummer won.
Source: NaijaNews