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Shocking! God Does Not Make Mistake Giving PDP Executive Position In Bauchi, Says APC Chairman

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Mr Uba Nana, the state chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Bauchi State on Wednesday, said it was not a mistake that God gave the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) the Executive position and power to rule over the state.

Nana who was represented by Hon. Tijani Aliyu, the Majority Leader of APC in Bauchi State House of Assembly stated this in Itas/Gadau Local Government of the state during a Two Day Retreat Programme for members of the State Executive Council, Special Advisers, Permanent Secretaries and other Political Appointees in the state.

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The APC chairman in the same vein said it was not a mistake that God gave APC the legislative position as the party with the highest members in the State House of Assembly.

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Nana further expressed the Party’s resolve to give the state government an objective, constructive criticism and opposition so as to effectively deliver on the yearnings of the people of the state.

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He added that there has never been a disagreement between the Kegislative Arm and the Executive over whatever the governor presented before it(Legislature).

Hon. Tijani Aliyu (left), Majorly Lader, Bauchi State House of Assembly who represented the state APC chairman, Mr. Iba Nana

We in the APC knows that God doesn’t make mistakes; it’s not a mistake that God has given the PDP the executive.

“At the same time, it is not a mistake that God gave APC the legislature; He has a reason making it that way.

“However, I want to assure His Excellency that we in the APC are going to give you an objective and constructive opposition for us to deliver to the yearnings and aspirations of the generality of the populace of Bauchi state,” Nana said.

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Nana who commended the organizers of the retreat, noted that it is on the basis of retreats, seminals and the likes organized by governments that states progress with less problems.

He enjoined the state government to ensure that civil servants were given training and retraining both on-the-job and outside the job so as to ensure quality services in the state.

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Earlier speaking, Hamza Akuyam, the PDP chairman in the state, urged all political appointees and all stakeholders in the retreat to at all times uphhold the baton of honest, loyalty and commitment in order to make the difference.

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He said these would help the governor to successfully deliver on the mandate given to him by the people of Bauchi state.

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JUST IN: OPEC Secretary-General, Barkindo, Is Dead

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The Secretary-General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Muhammad Barkindo, is dead.

Barkindo died late Tuesday.

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The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Mele Kyari, announced Barkindo’s death in a tweeted posted to his verified Twitter handle, @MKKyari, in the early hours of Wednesday.

“We lost our esteemed Dr Muhammad Sanusi Barkindo. He died at about 11pm yesterday 5th July 2022. Certainly a great loss to his immediate family, the NNPC, our country Nigeria, the OPEC and the global energy community. Burial arrangements will be announced shortly,” Kyari tweeted.

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had, on Tuesday, honoured Barkindo, describing him as a worthy ambassador of the country, at the State House, Abuja.

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Reacting to Barkindo’s death, a former lawmaker in the eighth Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani, tweeted to his Twitter page, “Muhammad Sanusi Barkindo, former GMD NNPC and until recently, @OPECSecretariat scribe, was honoured yesterday. He died 11pm yesternight. May Allah grant him Aljanna firdausi. Amin. That is the ephemerality and transience of life.”

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‘Go Spiritual,’ Army Chief Tasks Troops To Complement Kinetic Efforts

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The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Farouk Yahaya, has asked troops to complement the Nigerian Army’s kinetic engagements with spiritual efforts.

He advised them to seek counselling, guidance, and divine supplications in ongoing military operations across the nation.

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The Director of Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday.

Yahaya gave the charge during an interdenominational church service to commemorate the Nigerian Army Day Celebration (NADCEL) 2022, held at Saint Mark Military Church (Protestant), 34 Brigade Obinze Barracks in Owerri, the Imo State capital.

The army chief who was represented by Major General Victor Ezugwu, according to Nwachukwu, noted that the theme of the interdenominational service “Promoting National Unity through Religious Tolerance and Peaceful Coexistence” was apt.

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He urged the Christian faithful across the nation to continually promote peace and unity in complementing the efforts of the army to surmount contemporary security challenges bedevilling the nation.

Yahaya also appealed to all to desist from the use of misinformation, deceit, and issues capable of disintegrating the nation, stressing the unity in Nigeria’s unique diversity.

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The interdenominational service was held in all formations and units of the army across the nation.

The church service had in attendance representatives of the President, Nigerian Army Officers’ Wives Association (NAOWA), principal staff officers from Defence and Army Headquarters, corps commanders, general officers commanding, commandants of Nigerian Army training institutions, soldiers, and their families.

 

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Man Docked For Alleged Intimidation, Falsehood Against High Court Judge

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A Minna, Niger State-based land speculator, Ibrahim Tukura, has been remanded in correctional custody till July, 7 on the orders of a Chief Magistrate, Hauwa Kulu Isah over alleged intimidation and injurious falsehood against a High court judge, Justice Bilkisu Yusuf Gambo in the state.

Tukura had allegedly filed a case before the Niger State Acting Chief Judge, Justice Halima Ibrahim Abdulmalik, and requested that his case over a parcel of land presided by Justice Gambo of High Court No 6 be transferred from her court.

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The defendant claimed that the disputed parcel of land of which, he is claiming ownership with suit No: NSHC/MN/173/2021 was pending in High court No. 6 presided by Justice Gambo.

He alleged that the plaintiff in the disputed land, Malam Isah Nagoji, had given the said land to the presiding judge handling the case, hence his petition to the acting chief judge, demanding that the case be transferred from her court.

Justice Bilkisu Yusuf Gambo in her reaction filed a Direct Criminal Complaint against the defendant to the Chief Magistrate Court No., Hauwa Kulu Isah, requesting a police investigation into the allegations levelled against her by the defendant.

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Chief Magistrate, Hauwa Kulu Isah, forwarded the complaint to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligent Department (SCIID), for discreet investigation and afterwards, arraigned the defendant in court for prosecution.

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The defendant was consequently, booked on a four-count charge of injurious falsehood, use of abusive or insulting language, criminal intimidation as well as inciting disturbance.

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According to the head of the prosecution unit of the SCIID, Abdullahi Mayaki ASP, the charges contravened sections 393, 399, 397 (b), and 114 of the penal code.

However, when the presiding Chief Magistrate, Hauwa Kulu Isah read the charges to the defendant, he pleaded not guilty to the charges and was ordered to be remanded in Correctional custody.

Magistrate Isah then adjourned the case to July, 7 for further mention

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