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Ignore A Petty Rabble Rouser.

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By Ondeku Sadiq Momoh.

A concerned citizen with the name Ondeku Sadiq replies Fortune Omuya Salawu to the public.

A character know for his unfortunate perception in his latest bid to incite the good people of Kogi State against the government with the name Fortune Omuya Salawu had yesterday published a fictitious story with the shallow headline “Kogi Indigene Drags Gov. Bello, Aides To IG, Buhari Over Planned Arrest By SARS”

Fortune Omuya Salawu who is obviously been hunted by his alleged accumulated misdeeds littered the cyber space yesterday that the Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Barrister Salami Momodu Ozigi Deedat is seeking his arrest unlawfully.

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I personally know the character of Fortune Omuya to be a mischief-maker who I believe has secured a lucrative deal with his paymaster to promote unfounded stories against the state government.

As much as I know that what the character and his cohorts portray holds no water to the smooth administration and governance of the state, it must be known that the law is supreme over the ruler and the ruled. It must therefore be respected.

If he or anyone is ever found wanting by the security agencies for any reason within the ambit of law, such arrest should never in any form be seen as witch hunting as I know the government of the day is never set out to harass, victimize or witch-hunt anybody.

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APC Chairmanship: Time To Reward Al-makura On Consistent Party Loyalty

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Former Governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

Former Governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

By Ahmad Muhammad Danyaro, Abuja.

It has been consistently political unequivocally and universally that the essence of a democratic government or any form of government is good leadership. This intangible and immaterial element is a veritable remedy and antidote to resolving crisis in any society. Great countries apply the remedy for sustenance, as they are the divert products of statesmen who apply to solve crisis situation.

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Great societies are thus, product of good governance affected by good leadership and strong political leaders who are never in short supply. In the case of Nigeria, good governance and leadership have always been lacking.

Though this is not without exception, as few Nigerians have distinguished themselves through leadership traits. One of such people is the former governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, whose has answered the calls from APC leaders and stakeholders to vie for the position of the National Chairman of the party in the party’s convention slated for July 2021.

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A very principled and highly respected parliamentarian and party chieftain of the governing APC. A giant among peers not only in terms of intellect, vision and prestige but also in terms of sterling qualities of leadership. A man endowed with pragmatism high sense of service, dynamism and unalloyed love for the party affairs.

Senator Al-Mukura is man that is naturally loved and admired by the people; a democrat and pivot of mass mobilisation; a man who achieves greatness through assiduousness, self -will and sheer determination; a good listener; a man that remains unruffled even at the height of unwarranted intimidation and provocation; a man with critical thinking-skills.

He is a strong advocate of unity, peace and progress of our great country, Nigeria.

He believes in mega- changes in the social, economic and political sectors and theses must be driven by the current generation of Nigerians.

It is with this spirit that he has shown extra-ordinary commitment to education, electoral reforms, good governance, financial accountability and prudence, party cohesion, socio-economic development, peaceful inter-religious coexistence ,security of lives and properties, freedom of citizens and rule of law, youth and women inclusion and social justice.

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Ta’al quick start in office as both governor in 2011 and Senator in 2019 clearly shows great sense responsibility, exceptional courage, sincerity of purpose and diligent service to Nasarawa and Nigeria which distinguished him as a worthy icon of rare breed whose been etched permanently in the annals of creative and legendary leaderships. There is no doubt that his legacies shall remain eternal source of inspiration for many generations to come.

Former Governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

Former Governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

In his success story, few people erroneously tend to view it as if he employed underhand tactics to achieve them and, in the process, underestimate his midas touch. The fact remains that he attained his present height through dint of hard work and unparalleled exhibition of moral discipline.

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Always among many there would be one who standout. Even some stars are brighter than others. There is always a man among men.

There is always a man among men. Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura that man like the rainbow on the sky he is on evidence to the eyes that sees, for its value and beauty. One cannot but wonder from which source he drives his rare aggressive energetic zeal and tenacity, in solving party matters within a snap of a finger.

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To borrow the words of the classical Greek writer Homer, he is both a speaker of words and doer of deeds. Benevolent and highly spirited party loyalist who is a believer in the delegation of responsibilities to his subordinates for the creation of an incorruptible, efficient, resilient and responsive party system.

It is no longer news that Al-Makura has offered to serve his party in the highest position of National Chairman if the position is zone to his North Central Zone, his experience, antecedent, credibility and charisma are credentials that stand him out.

What is also amusing to some is that the charismatic leader recognized that good governance cannot only come about through visionary and dedicated leaders alone, but also a political platform that must encapsulate the set visions and ideologies of the actions of the individuals concerned.

Former Governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

Former Governor of Nasarawa State and current Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

It is in this wise that Al-Makura blueprint for APC has set a new tone for the actualisation of the objectives should the party trust it future with the former Nasarawa governor.

Danyaro wrote in from Abuja.

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2023: Why Toto people will massively vote for their own sons in all the political positions to aid massive developmental milestones 

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2023: Why Toto people will massively vote for their own sons in all the political positions to aid massive developmental milestones

From Abdulgafar Idris PRP Jnr, Toto

We cannot afford to sink along those who have already missed the route to 2023.

Ahead of 2023 elections, Let me begin by thanking some stakeholders, leaders and good people of Toto local government area for picking one of our own to represent Nasarawa/Toto federal constituency for national assignment specifically in the house of representative.

“I have read series of opinions, contributors, commentators and opposition views from the two sisters LG but non could tell us what the incumbent national assembly memeber have done or doing to motivate us to do their bidding and only slogan at their disposal is, please vote him because of our brother Infact, I am embarrassed with such word coming from those are suffering and smiling!.

In politics, it is what you have to give or offers that will qualified you to seek for People mandate.

Speaker Nasarawa State House of Assembly Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi

Speaker Nasarawa State House of Assembly Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi

Just like Speaker Abdullahi Ibrahim Balarabe whose Leadership prowess has touch every nook and crannies of his constituency. We saw how he empowered his people, his recent intervention to electrify Toto, over 16 million naira spent on his constituency, another 8 million naira spent on Solar streets light in the Umaisha development area, state government intervention in Agriculture revolution and other lives touching programs ongoing in the areas all came because Balarabe’s purposeful leadership style.

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His brother representing Toto/Gadabuke has equally paid his due and we cannot allow some few who has nothing to offer corrupt our positive thinking because their only slogan and achievement is support our brother even when things were not working at all.

On Pharmacist Ahmed Baba Yahaya’s aspiration, I decided to joined his camp in order to get some compounded problems in Toto like gully erosion, insecurity challenge, education and general well-being of our people attended to when he get into office and all these aforementioned will be a thing of the past.

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“I heard some Mango tree gossipers lamenting over the massive support Speaker Balarabe and his camp was getting in Toto, is that not a sign that Pharmacist entrance into the race was acceptable by all.”

“I want to also clear this here, someone I wouldn’t want to mentioned here had approached me and told me to backup, saying that the state commissioner for health is in the race to stop his elder’s brother political journey in the State. To my greatest surprised, on the day of naming ceremony i saw his elder brother with friends from within and outside the State where he was seen openly welcoming everybody including receiving party stakeholders and executives.”

Shortly after the event I had wanted to released a live video over the magnitude of success recorded during the event at Maikaya Toto residence but however decided to hold it back and wait for those who thoughts are clouded with lies, hatred and enemies of progress to it as prove with sole aims of cleaning their dirtiness.

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“I am of the view that we all rally round the leading Leaders, stakeholders to get more dividends of democracy for our people.”

“I have never met Mr. Speaker on one on one but only heard via phone called that he wish to see me soon. And, As for those saying we are doing this for money should be bold enough to tell their failed paymasters to pay us off for our many years of services without rewards and recognition despite all they have had acquired through our efforts and sweat.

Thank you all, my people.

Abdulgafar Idris PRP Jnr, writes in from Adagu community Toto LGA of the State.

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Buhari: Fear Echoing From The 80s And Beyond.

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Buhari: Fear Echoing From The 80s And Beyond.
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By Elempe Dele, Benin.

No one has ever been able to cure history. We must therefore take our minds back to the early 80s, precisely between ’83 and ’85. The common coin on each citizen’s pocket was fear. I was then young but the recall of this history is deliberately meant to trigger our collective recollection and to understand the reason for this our recent era of fear we are all faced with today.

This recall will also make those who were old enough remember the fear they experienced under that dictatorial order of General Buhari after ceasing power illegally from a democratically elected government.

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It was the era of the midnight knock by jackboots where politicians and dissidents were being arrested, arbitrary detention without trial of citizens, brutalization of the innocent and guilty alike, disappearances, murder, and even suspicious manipulation of the judiciary system.

It was during this era of the draconian dictatorial orders of the autocratic government of General Buhari Nigerians swallowed the bitter bill of the murder of three kids; Batholomew, Lawal and Ogedengbe, for drug trafficking. The capital forfeiture of life, that repulsive act of murder, that brandishing of the most elementary principal of justice, which ate deep into the marrow of the citizens, had a purpose; to implant fear into the citizens.

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The entire nation was deeply offended by the unconscionable act which took place outside the Kirikiri Maximum Prison with thousands of onlookers. People cried openly, some reeling on the floor carrying dust and ashes on their heads.

The General Buhari’s regime lasted for about three years with it’s inhumane acts. The nation was all through initiated into a noticeable intimacy with fear as we also see today. This was the type of fear Nigerians had never seen since independent, not even during the brutal era of our colonial masters.

The question on most Nigerian’s minds even when they were asked in furtive whispers in the recesses of private rooms was simply this; those who were capable of deeds that even the devil would revolt against, what next are they capable of?

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This is a question to bear in mind in tending to understand what differentiate the regime of General Buhari in the 80s and his new regime today where we also wear that same fabric of fear of the 80s. Then the residual question is, has anything changed from that draconian dictatorial order? What forms our fear today? What’s next, where and how?

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