Breaking: Release Buhari’s credentials to INEC, Fayose Spokesman writes chief of defence staff

Lere Olayinka, spokesman of Ayodele Fayose, former governor of Ekiti state, has asked the military to release the credentials of President Muhammadu Buhari to the Inedpendent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Olayinka said this in an open letter to Abayomi Olonishakin, chief of defence staff.

While other presidential candidates submitted their credentials to INEC, Buhari told the commission that his were with the military.

Olayinka said failure to release the certificates of the president could have a negative effect on Buhari.

“I write as a concerned citizen of Nigeria to request that you use your good offices to effect the immediate release of academic credentials of Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) to INEC,” the letter read.

“Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) is the presidential candidate of the APC in the 2019 general election and he is in urgent need of the credentials to support his nomination as provided by the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended).

“I wish to remind you that in 2015, the said Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) could not present his credentials because the then PDP government of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan allegedly prevented the Military from releasing the credentials.

“The CDS sir, you should be reminded that the said Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) is the President and Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces, and he could have just used his powers to compel the military authority to use a Fighter Jet to fly the credentials to INEC.

“Kindly treat this request as urgent because the said Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) on whose behalf I make this request risks disqualification by INEC if he fails to submit the credentials as demanded by the law.”

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2019: President Buhari Fails To Present Credentials To INEC – MainNews.Blog

President Muhammadu Buhari is the flying the flag of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the 2019 presidential election.

One of the requirements of representing your party at the election is the submission of your credentials to Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

But upon investigations, it was discovered that President Buhari is yet to tender his credentials for verification.

Over 70 out of the 91 political parties are presenting presidential candidates that will participate in the 2019 Presidential elections.

Some of the candidates include: President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, Obadiah Mailafia of the African Democratic Congress, and former Governor Donald Duke of the Social Democratic Party.

A source at INEC said the figure might be higher than 70.



1. In the seventh year that king Obasanjo reigned over the kingdom, a great trouble broke out in the land. For when his time was come nigh that he may descend from the throne that he called unto himself noble men in the land.

2. And he declared unto them saying: “Now that my days on the throne are few, allow me therefore to rule over thee for another four years”.

3. And he gathered together of them that maketh laws in the Red Chamber in the city of the king, and even unto they in the Green Chamber, that they may amend the books of the law to favour him.

4. But this thing grieved Atiku the son of Abubakar who was the king’s deputy. And he said unto his master, “howbeit seekest thou to rule over the people for another term? sweareth not thou by the name of thy god to set me upon the throne after thee?

5. Practice thou not this great evil against me and against the kingdom for it is written in the books of the law that a king may not reign but for two terms which equal eight years”. But these words changeth not the heart of the king.

6. And Atiku conspired with the Governors of the provinces and of the men who maketh laws in the city of the great king and they rejected king Obasanjo that he may continually reign over the kingdom.

7. And the king was wrought with grave anger and he declared according to these words to Atiku the son of Abubakar saying, “because thou hath done this great evil unto me, thou shall no longer sit upon the throne of this kingdom even unto thy death”.

8. When the son of Abubakar saw that the king favoureth him not, that he departed from the camp of the king by the name PDP, and pitched his tent in the camp of the king’s adversaries by the name ACN that he may contend the throne of the kingdom.

9. And it came to pass that Governor Yaradua who ruleth over the province of Katsina found favour in the sight of king Obasanjo. And when the time was come for the appointment of the king that he defeated Atiku and was appointed and anointed king over the kingdom. And king Yaradua ruleth the kingdom with the fear of God. But his days as king was full of affliction.

10. And when king Yaradua gave up the ghost that Goodluck the son of Jonathan who siteth by his side as the deputy reigned after him. But when the time was come nigh that the son of Jonathan be appointed again that Atiku departed from the camp of the king’s adversaries and entered into the king’s camp that he may be appointed.

11 . But the son of Jonathan defeated Atiku again for he spake according to these words unto the people, “I feel thy pains brethren for I was once like thee. I wore no sandals on the soul of my feet in the years of my youth when seeketh I knowledge, for my parents were of little means”. And the people loved him and appointed him.

12. And the host of the other camps were vexed with a great vexation. For sixteen years they made battle against the king’s camp and hath not prevailed against it.

13. And a certain noble man by the name Audu the son of Ogbe declared unto the leaders of the camps that contended the throne with the king’s camp saying: “howbeit thinkest thou in thy heart to prevail against the king’s camp if comest thou not together as one?

14. Harken to my voice this day, come let us reason together that we may enlarge our coast and verily, verily I say unto thee, the throne of the kingdom shall be delivered into our hands.

15. Of the camps that came together that day to form the APC were ACN from the west, ANPP from the North and a part of APGA from the East of the kingdom. Even the unhappy in the camp of PDP crossed over into the camp too.

16. And Atiku the son of Abubakar departed again from the king’s camp by the name PDP and entered into the camp of the king’s adversaries that he may contend the throne.

17. But Mohammed the son of Buhari was favoured among them that seeketh the throne from the camp of the APC for he swore unto the leaders of the camp saying, “Behold brethren, I am full of age and my eyes are becoming dim, suffer me to ascend unto the throne for I shall only reign for four years”. And Buhari was anointed king over the kingdom.

18. And it troubled the son of Abubakar in his heart that he was rejected as king again. But he saith in his heart, I shall be of long suffering and remain in this camp for I shall ascend unto the throne after the fourth year of king Buhari.

19. But it came to pass that as the end of the fourth year of king Buhari’s reign was at hand that the advisers in the king’s court said unto him, be of good courage, gird thy loins and present thyself to be appointed again to reign over the kingdom for another four years.

20. And when Atiku heard of these words that he was vexed with anger and he repenteth that he joined the APC.

21. And he said, “I shall arise and go back to PDP which is the camp of my youth. And I shall declare unto them, “I have sinned against thee and against God. Accept me this day that I may once again contend the throne in thy bosom”.

22. And on the twenty fourth day of the eleventh month of the year before a new king is appointed that Atiku the son of Abubakar departed from the camp of APC and joined the camp of his youth.

23. And there was great jubilation in the camp of PDP that day for they said, “Verily, verily, the prodigal son returneth and I will give him my throne, he is the son of my youth and a son of my vow. Today I bestowed you into this kingdom and it’s affairs. I anoint you to rule over the kingdom. Thus says ecogreen…..

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Israeli govt says Nnandi Kano is not in Jerusalam – MainNews.Blog

The government of Israel has denied knowledge of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, being in the country.

It said there was no evidence of his appearance in Jerusalem as suggested by a recent video and photos that circulated on the internet.

According to the Israeli government, the pictures and video showing Nnamdi Kanu praying in Israel could be old.

This was revealed by the spokesman of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, Mr Emmanuel Nashon, when he spoke during an interaction with some African journalists in Jerusalem.

“There are no details about his recent visit to this country yet,” Nashon said.

On Israel relationship with Africa, he said, “Our relationship with Africa is extremely important. Israel is a peaceful nation that believes in the process of the world at this changing times.”

He said that the country has different religions such as Judaism, Christianity and Islam that live peacefully with one another.

Aladja/Ogbe-Ijoh Communal crisis, Stop Accusing Nigerian Army-Ijaw Youth Council Warns

By, Francis Taylor, Warri

The attention of the most foremost Ijaw youth body (IYC) ogbe-ijoh warri kingdom has been drawn to the online publications that, “an unharmed Aladja youths and three women were killed by soldiers over ogbe-ijoh /Aladja crisis is a ploy to misinform the general public by Aladja community.

The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) warns that Aladja community should stop blackmailing the Nigerian army to cover up their atrocities of yesterday. Since 21years ago,Aladja has been attacking the good and peace loving people of ogbe-ijoh and even restricting the Nigeria Army to pass through the government access road to ogbe-ijoh in order to maintain peace and order.

Ordinarily,we won’t have answered such senseless and baseless publications but for record purpose,we deem it fit to put the true story in the right perspective to guide the public.

A week ago,one Mr.Godwin of Ogbe-Ijoh were cutting off grasses at his compound was attacked by the lawless Aladja youths and was brutally hospitalized.Just yesterday,the same Aladja people came to attack Ogbe-Ijoh with sporadic gunshots and burnt down a building belonging to one Hon.Jude Akpodubakaye Gbaboyor which led to the resisted attack of yesterday.

The claims of one Hon.Billy Egbe and the Aladja big wigs that unarmed youths were killed by army is a mere lie and allegation.Those youths who lost their lives were armed youths sent to attack ogbe-ijoh and died in the process of gun battle.And those women were agents of Aladja community who always block the road with nakedness to strongly resist security agents from accessing ogbe-Ijoh was killed by stray bullet.

High Chief.Frank Omare and
Chief.Boro Opudu who are leaders of Ogbe-ijoh where not aware of the Aladja yesterday planed attack.

Engr Okosu Smart,the Chairman of IYC Ogbe-Ijoh Warri Kingdom asserted that blackmailing Nigerian army and ogbe-ijoh leaders is a way to get sympathy from the general public for their failed attack and warned the Aladja people that their actions will only take more Aladjans to their early grave.

For Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Ogbe-Ijoh Warri Kingdom.

Engr.Smart Okosu-Chairman

Engr.Pepper Funware-
Information officer


A televised rape trial in South Africa has prompted a furious public backlash after a witness – who says she was raped by her pastor from the age of 14 – was subjected to a lengthy and, at times, aggressively intimate cross-examination by the lawyer representing a 60-year-old Nigerian televangelist, Timothy Omotoso, who denies the allegation.

Warning: This piece contains graphic content which may upset some readers.

Over the weekend, Mr Omotoso’s church, in the coastal city of Port Elizabeth, was forced to shut its door after angry crowds besieged the building, while a Sunday newspaper reported that the woman who gave evidence against him – Cheryl Zondi, now a 22-year-old student – had received death threats ahead of the trial.

The trial – the first prominent rape case to be broadcast live in a country where more than 100 rapes are reported to the police each day – has attracted huge interest, and raised difficult questions about victims’ rights, impartiality and whether justice is best served by having television cameras in courtrooms.

Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela’s granddaughter, Ndileka Mandela – who said in 2017 that she had been raped by a former boyfriend – is one of many South African women who have voiced support for Ms Zondi, linking her experience to the global #MeToo movement.