Details Of Jonathan’s Meeting With APC Chairman Revealed + 4 Chrisland Teachers Arrested Over Leaked SexTape

Police Arraign Four Chrisland School Teachers
The police have arraigned four teachers of Chrisland Schools at the Magistrate Court sitting in the Yaba area of Lagos State.


Those brought to the court on Tuesday were the teachers who accompanied some pupils of Chrisland to the World School Games in Dubai.
Authorities in Lagos State had ordered the closure of all branches of Chrisland Schools amid a controversy over the alleged misconduct of some of its pupils while on a trip to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
It, however, reopened the schools a week later following a review of the administrative investigation into the incident.


The government explained that the reopening was to ensure that students were not denied access to learning at the beginning of a new term on April 25.
On its part, the police command in Lagos at the time said it had commenced investigations into the case with a view to establishing the identities of the players in the video, the true incident in the video, the geographical location of the incident, the alleged threat to life against a student of the school, and circumstances surrounding the alleged repeated pregnancy tests conducted on a student without parental consent.
It later asked the parties involved, including officials of the school and the parents of the girl said to have been abused, to report to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti for questioning.
Source: Channels

 

Details Of Jonathan’s Visit To APC Chairman Revealed
The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Abdullahi Adamu, Monday night, hosted former President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday night, confirming what had been rumours about the latter’s defection to the ruling party.

Monday’s meeting came barely three hours after a group of Fulani cattle breeders paid N100million to obtain an APC presidential nomination form for the former president.
It was also the first meeting between Jonathan and the leader of any political party since he left office in 2015.
Speaking shortly before buying the forms at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, the leader of the Fulani group, Ibrahim Abdullahi, said Jonathan was the first president since Nigeria’s independence, who was magnanimous to them.


Meanwhile, sources close to the Monday night meeting said both men, who were colleague-governors between 2003 and 2007, “exhaustively” discussed the former president’s aspiration to return as president in 2023.
“You know Senator Abdullahi Adamu and former President Goodluck Jonathan were governors of Nasarawa and Bayelsa respectively between 2003 and 2007. They both were in PDP.
By divine arrangement, both are now in the APC,” a source close to the meeting stated, adding that, “God works in mysterious ways.”


Curiously, while former President Jonathan and the APC national chairman were meeting, a statement emanated from the office of the Goodluck Jonathan Foundation disassociating Jonathan from the 2023 presidential contest.
However, sources close to what transpired at the Monday night meeting said that the statement may have been made in response to the barrage of questions from journalists on the matter, and the inability to reach the former president “who was meeting his party’s national chairman.”
A source noted, “Forget what the Jonathan Foundation said. If, as they would want us to believe, their principal was yet to join APC, what was he doing in the private home of the APC national chairman in the dead of the night just few hours after a group bought him the party’s presidential form?”
She also drew attention to a tweet same Monday night, by President Muhammadu Buhari’s media aide, Bashir Ahmad.


“So Goodluck Jonathan has dumped the opposition PDP and now member of our great party, the All Progressives Congress (APC),”  Buhari’s aide tweeted.
The source confirmed that the former president has indeed joined the APC in his ward in Otuoke, Bayelsa State, and affirmed that her boss would “win the 2023 presidential election on the APC platform.”
She continued, “N100 million isn’t N1million. It will be wicked and the height of insensitivity for President Goodluck Jonathan to reject the presidential nomination forms from the Fulani group on the flimsy excuse that he wasn’t in the know, or that he’s not a member of the APC.
Source: Leadership