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APC Leaders Should Explain Where They Got Money To Buy Private Jets – Fani-Kayode



Buhari-Private JetThe Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, PDPPCO, has called on Nigerians to ask leaders of the All Progressives Congress, APC, where they got money to acquire private jets.

The Director of Media and Publicity of the Campaign, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, made the call in reaction to an allegation by his counterpart in the APC Presidential Campaign Organisation, Mallam Garba Shehu, that the President Goodluck Jonathan administration was planning to use the Ministry of Aviation to ground private jets belonging to senior members of the APC and frustrate the party’s campaign.

Fani-Kayode said it was interesting that APC had admitted, for the first time, that their leaders owned private jets.

He said, “It is interesting that the APC has, for the very first time, admitted that some of its leaders own private jets.  It will be interesting to know from the APC how these leaders, who either occupied public offices or still occupy public offices, acquired these jets.

“In fact, where did the money, with which they procured the jets, come from?

“And this is the APC whose leaders pretend to occupy a moral high ground and accuse everyone else, except themselves, of malfeasance.

“Once again, it is clear that the APC leaders have become prisoners of their own delusions and they are being held captive by their own hallucinations. This is a clear case of extreme paranoia.

“They are running under the bed when nobody is chasing them.  There are no plans to clamp down on anybody in the opposition. Our only plan is to humiliate them before the Nigerian people on March 28 by giving them a crushing defeat”.

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  1. Dr.Mossy

    March 1, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    this kayode is a mad man ooooo..
    okay let me answer your question, it was your father’s money they used in buying jet. do u think only GEJ can buy jet?? in fact what is the cost that they can’t afford it…
    just give urself rest bcoz u are making noise. no wonder they said empty containers make a loudest noise. u don’t have content.

  2. peace

    March 1, 2015 at 1:55 pm

    another mad man speaking again. what is with u if they have jet, they are not like goodluck dt spends nigerians penny on his own. only God will judge between those innosent people dt are killed and the bombers.

  3. isaac

    March 1, 2015 at 6:15 pm

    Apc(all parties criminals). All the criminals that we have in Nigeria are now in apc, let them explain better to us. Buhari is coming back so he can steal more. God will neva allowed him. GEJ is the best for now.

  4. Niger man

    March 1, 2015 at 8:00 pm

    apc (arewa people congress

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Why Fewer Nigerians Are Turning Out To Vote – Yakubu



Why Fewer Nigerians Are Turning Out To Vote – Yakubu

Mahmood Yakubu

Former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Professor Mahmood Yakubu has stated that the country is experiencing low voter turnout during elections due to failed promises of politicians.

He made this known during his appearance in front of the Senate Committee on INEC for screening for his second tenure.

In the red chambers, when queried for the reason there is always a low turnout of voters during elections, Prof. Yakubu explained that Nigerians no longer trust politicians and are tired of hearing the same promises during electioneering campaigns, so they stay home during elections.

He also explained that the inadequate mobilisation of voters and violence recorded during the electioneering period also contributes to the low turnout of voters.

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“Violence or threat of violence, people don’t tend to vote simply for that fear. Some people just stay on the side of caution by staying away instead of risking it by going out to vote.

“Sometimes, the performance of those elected is a very important factor. Some voters will ask ‘why should I go and vote? Because four years earlier some people made the same promise so nothing has changed.’

“It is a shared responsibility that we all have to put our heads together to solve but we will continue to do what is required by the law in the area of voter registration and publicity,” he said.

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Injustice Made Me To Dump PDP For APC – Senator Abbo



Injustice Made Me To Dump PDP For APC – Senator Abbo

Elisha Abbo

Senator Elisha Abbo has stated that injustice in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) made him leave the party for the All Progressives Congress (APC).

He stated this on Thursday shortly after he was presented with the party flag by the Chairman of the Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary Convention Planning Committee, Governor Mai Mala Buni at the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja.

Senator Aboo said he has found justice, development, and purposeful leadership in the ruling party.

Also Read: BREAKING: Senator Abbo Dumps PDP; Joins APC

“In the first place, the reason, why everybody should join politics, is to serve the people. The essence of government is to shield the poor masses and ensure justice,” he said.

“My main mission of joining the APC is because I have seen justice, I have seen development and I have seen the desire for the leadership at the highest peak to sacrifice their personal comfort just to make the poor people feel good. So I am in the APC to deliver, I am into the APC to help the people.”

The lawmaker promised to work to make sure the APC takes back Adamawa State from the PDP in 2023.

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NDDC Is A Cash Cow For Politicians – Nyesom Wike



NDDC Is A Cash Cow For Politicians - Nyesom Wike

Governor Wike

Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike has expressed that he has never seen a more corrupt institution than the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

He made this remark while speaking as a guest on Channels TV Sunrise Daily on Thursday morning.

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Governor Wike went on to describe the Commission as a cash cow for politicians, stating that this has been the practice for a very long time.

The Governor also stated during the interview that South-South Governors have challenged NDDC against carrying out projects without consulting the state government.

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