Today’s Headlines: PDP Receives Thousands Of Defectors In Adamawa, Wike Blames Rivers Elders Of Gan, #Today039 #Headlines #PDP #Accepts #Thousands #Defectors #Adamawa #Wike #Blames #Rivers #Elders #Gan Welcome to TermBeamer BLOGHere’s the latest broadcast news and trends we’ve got for you today: :
PDP welcomes thousands of defectors in Adamawa.
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Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and PDP presidential candidate received the defectors at a ceremony in Yola on Monday.
Abubakar assured them of equality and justice in their new party. “We expect you to work hard for us to win the 2023 general election,” he said.
He said since the ban on campaigning was still in place, the PDP as a legislative party would wait for an opportune time to start its campaign. Abubakar said he joined the presidential race because of his desire to serve the people of Nigeria.
Wike accuses Rivers Elders of Gang-Up and says they ruined his Vice Presidential bid.
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In the heat of the 2023 general elections, Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has accused some elders in the state of colluding against him because they did not contest the party primaries to become the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state.
Governor Wike who spoke during the 74th birthday reception held in honor of a former governor of the state, Dr. Peter Odili, disclosed that some of the elders who showed interest in flying the party flag but failed, went to Abuja to mobilize to ensure that he did not do so. the party’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, emerged.
Speaking at Dr. Odili’s residence in the Old Government Residential Area, Port Harcourt, the governor said, “On my last birthday, at 12 noon, I got a call from one of our elders saying he wanted to see me. They came to me and said they came to wish me a happy birthday.”
Buhari government has reduced Boko Haram to almost nothing – Festus Keyamo.
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Festus Keyamo, Minister of State for Labor and Employment, said the government led by President Muhammadu Buhari had significantly reduced Boko Haram’s dominance to “almost nothing”.
Keyamo, who claimed that Buhari’s government inherited the Boko Haram problem, also admitted that the terrorists had not been completely wiped out.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign spokesman spoke on Monday during an interview with Trust TV.
Nigerian electrical workers hold protest, ready to strike.
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Members of the National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE) staged a protest and accused the government of failing to address employee welfare issues.
Workers gathered at the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) headquarters in Abuja early on Tuesday and the group said its members would terminate their services on Wednesday. The strike is bound to worsen Nigeria’s electricity problems.
NUEE, in a notice signed by its General Secretary, Joe Ajaer, called on its members to abide by the directive and stop work from August 17.
On May 18, the union issued a 14-day ultimatum to the CEO/CEO of TCN, threatening to cancel the tools if its grievances were not addressed.
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