The Director General, Atiku ConnectNaija2019 who double as National Director Welfare, Coalition of Like-Minds Atiku Support Groups, Dr Eghali Ejekor, has asked Nigerians to come out en-mass and vote for the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, His Excellency, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar during the presidential election, scheduled for Saturday 16/02 /2019 this week.
Dr Ejekor stated this in Abuja, while speaking on the sterling qualities of Atiku Abubakar.
He said that Nigeria at this time, needs a leader who understands the language of governance and administration, adding that Atiku Abubakar has distinguished himself as a leader with versed knowledge of governance and economy and stressed that a vote for Alhaji Abubakar would guarantee job creation, unity of purpose and human capital development.
He noted that Atiku&Obi leadership would boost the nation’s economy and ensure proper representation of every region of Nigeria in the federal character formula.
He also used the medium to call on Nigerians who are yet to collect their PVCs, to do so without delay and ensure they don’t compromise their vote this time around for a better Nigeria.
He called on the youths to stay away from violence and other electoral vices, adding that such would endanger their lives and also subdue the ingredients of democracy. Let’s get Nigeria working again 2019.
His Excelency, Henry Seriake Dickson, the governor of Bayelsa state Warmly welcomes President Mohamadu Buhari at the Government House Helipad and at the Presidential Lodge, Government House, Yenagoa, Bayelsa state,Nigeria.
President Buhari has left to the Yanagoa Water Stadium, Ox-Bow Lake, Swali, Yenagoa , Bayelsa state.
Bayelsa youths and victims of the January 2012 Chevron gas explosion are set to protest non settlement of damages caused by the incident.
The youths under the auspices of Koluama Clan Youth Presidents Forum (KCYPF) said that they planned to take the rally to Chevron Nigeria Ltd. at the Funiwa 5 Well operated by Chevron in the area.
This was contained in a letter to the Commanding Officer of the Front Operations Naval Base Koluama 2, made available to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Yenagoa on Monday.
The letter signed by Mr Digba Ikiotimi, Koluama 2, President, Mr Omietimi Henry and Mrs Perewari Boghomem, Koluama 2, Women Leader, reads in part: “The disaster destroyed our environment and the entire ecosystem which is our means of survival.
“It is sad to note that after seven years of patience, the CHEVRON/NNPC Joint Venture has not taken reasonable steps to resolve a salient issue affecting the lives and survival of her host communities.
“In view of the above, based on the overwhelming need to act now that we are still alive, the youths of Koluama have resolved that a multi-stakeholders committee is set up to resolve the issue without any further delay.
“The anticipated multi-stakeholder committee ought to include representatives from Lead plaintiffs/counsels (legal) from every legal action against CHEVRON/NNPC home and abroad, Chevron representatives, government representatives”.
Chelsea’s players are “deeply embarrassed” by their performance in the 6-0 defeat at Manchester City, as per reports.
City ran riot at the Etihad Stadium, scoring almost at will in the first 25 minutes to take a 4-0 lead and cruising to three points without having to hit their best in the second period.
The extent of that defeat led to talk about Maurizio Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge but, while several players have issues with the Italian’s tactical approach, the majority still have faith in him and his methods.
The relationship between the squad and Sarri, who only arrived from Napoli last summer, is nowhere near as bad as it became under Antonio Conte last season.
Senior Chelsea figures are concerned by recent results, with the Blues having also lost 4-0 at Bournemouth late last month before an easy 5-0 win over relegation-haunted Huddersfield.
But the Blues remain in three cup competitions and are still only a point short of fourth-placed Manchester United in the race for a Champions League place as the season reaches a crescendo.
Maurizio Sarri’s fate as Chelsea’s head coach will in effect be determined over the remainder of this month as the Italian seeks to convince the club’s hierarchy that he can recover some poise and still deliver Champions League qualification for next season.
Sunday’s humiliating 6-0 thrashing at Manchester City, Chelsea’s worst defeat since 1991 and a loss which confirmed a drop from fourth to sixth place, has left Sarri clinging to his position only seven months into a three-year deal. The head coach will hope progress in the Europa League, starting with Thursday’s knockout tie at Malmö, earns him time, given the competition’s winners gain entry into next season’s Champions League.
Yet eliminating the side who finished third in the Swedish league last season would only marginally bolster his job prospects unless a team clearly struggling to come to terms with his tactical demands can improve their performances over a daunting run of domestic fixtures.
Chelsea face Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup, Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final and Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League before the month is out, games in which the board will expect to see reasons for optimism. Any decision over Sarri’s future would still be taken by Roman Abramovich, despite the fact the owner has not attended a game this season and now spends the vast majority of his time in Russia and Israel.
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