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2023:‘Our incoming president we love you die’ – Foluke Daramola hails Tinubu



Nollywood actress Foluke Daramola has continued to boldly from her support for APC’s Presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, despite the open criticisms she has received.

Foluke Daramola via her verified Instagram page, shared new photos of Bola Tinubu and tagged him the incoming President of Nigeria.

The busty actress added that she and other supporter love Tinubu till death.

“I present you our next incoming President by God’s grace. Asiwaju Bola Hammed Akanbi Tinubu omo olodo Ide we love u die❤️❤️❤️❤️

#asiwajutoasorockstraight,” she captioned the images.

Foluke Daramola went further to limit comments on the post to avoid Netizens dragging her over her choice of candidate.

Recall that Joke Silva and Foluke Daramola on Monday joined the APC women’s rally in support of the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.

The female Disc Jockey, DJ Kult, was also spotted at the gathering.

The march comes on the heels of Ms Silva’s inclusion as a member of the women’s wing of Mr Tinubu’s presidential campaign council.

Ms Silva is to head the Creative and Entertainment Industry committee of the council.

Other committee members include Toyin Adegbola, Esther Wright, Rose Odika and Hadiza Kabara, among others.

Other actresses co-opted into the council are Mercy Johnson and Rahama Sadau.

While Ms Johnson is yet to say anything concerning the list, Ms Sadau distanced herself from the appointment.

Ms Daramola, on the other hand, is an active member of the APC.

The office of the Women Leader, Lagos APC, led by Jumoke Okoya-Thomas, organised the rally tagged: “Lagos Women Support Walk for Tinubu/Shettima, Sanwo-Olu, Hamzat”.

The actresses joined other APC female members as they marched at Lagos Island, CMS and adjoining areas singing and pledging allegiance to the candidature of Tinubu/Shettima.




Rivers Assembly: Pro-Wike Lawmakers Know Fate Today As Appeal Court Delivers Judgement




An Appeal Court in Port Harcourt has scheduled a ruling for (today) Friday, June 14, 2024, regarding a case filed by Martin Amaewhule, on behalf of twenty-six others, challenging the decision of the Rivers State High Court, which favored Victor Oko-Jumbo, the Speaker of the State House of Assembly.

Previously, Justice Dagogo Jack of the State High Court ruled in favor of Oko-Jumbo in a suit that restrained Amaewhule and twenty-six others from performing any legislative functions and vacated their seats as Speaker and members of the State House of Assembly.

An interlocutory injunction was also granted against Amaewhule and the twenty-six others, which has now been consolidated in the appeal.

The three-judge panel of the Appeal Court, led by Justice Jimi Olukayode-Bada, after hearing arguments from both parties on Thursday, announced their readiness to deliver a ruling on the matter and instructed all counsels to be present in court by 9 a.m. on Friday, June 14, 2024.

Should the Appeal Court rule in favor of Amaewhule, all laws and bills passed by him and the other members will be validated, and they will resume their legislative functions.

The affected lawmakers are loyal to the FCT Mninister, Nyesom Wike.

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APC Begins E-Membership Registration Wednesday




The ruling All Progressives Congress said the electronic registration of its members nationwide will start on Wednesday and the exercise will be inaugurated by its National Chairman, Dr Abdullahi Ganduje.

This was disclosed in a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Felix Morka.

Morka noted that Ganduje will be accompanied by two serving ministers in President Bola Tinubu’s administration and party leaders to the opening of the ‘Train the Trainer’ Workshop slated for Abuja.

He identified the two dignitaries as the Minister of Innovation, Science, and Technology, Chief Uche Nnaji, and his counterpart in Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy, Dr. ‘Bosun Tijani.

The statement partly read, “In furtherance of the All Progressives Congress’ trailblazing commitment to digitalise its membership register in all its chapters in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, the National Chairman of our great party, His Excellency, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje cordially invites party leaders, members, and the general public to the opening ceremony of the ‘Train the Trainer’ Workshop.”

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Bill To Create New State In South-East Pass First Reading In House Of Reps




A bill seeking the creation of an additional state in the South-East geo-political zone has passed first reading at the House of Representatives.

The state if created will be known as ‘Orlu State’, with its capital in Orlu.

The bill, seeking to alter the 1999 Constitution (as amended) was sponsored by the member representing Ideato North/ Ideato South Federal Constituency, Ikenga Ikeagwuonu Ugochinyere, and 15 others, is currently awaiting second reading.

If passed, the bill would bring the number of states in the South-East to six, and the country to 37.

The proposed legislation, which was availed to newsmen on Thursday, indicated that the proposed state will be carved out from Imo, Abia and Anambra.

According to the proposed legislation, Local Government Areas that will form part of the proposed state include Orlu, Orsu, Oru West, Oru East, Ideato North, Ideato South, Njaba, Nkwerre, Nwangele and Isu. Others are Oguta, Ohaji Egbema, Onuimo, Ihiala, Uga, Ihiala, Uli, Ozubulu, Akokwa, Arondizuogu, Umuchu, Umunze, Umuaku.

Others are New Ideato North, Nwabosi West, Nwabosi East, Owerre Nkworji, Alaoma, Amaifeke, Owerrebiri Umuowa.

The sponsor of the bill told newsmen that if the proposed state is created, Ideato would become a senatorial district.

He begged his colleagues in the National Assembly for support to ensure that the bill scales through second reading.

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