Reno Omokri, said that the Labor Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, cannot win the 2023 presidential election.
In his tweet, Omokre said that Peter Obi knows he cannot win the 2023 presidential election and many of the ObiDatti.s supporters are also aware of that.
Obi can’t win in 2023. He knows it. I know it. And you about to insult me knows it. The main beneficiary of his campaign is not even the SE. Toe to toe, Tinubu would be eviscerated by Atiku. But with Obi in the race, more of PDP’s votes will go to Obi than APC’s!#TableShaker— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) October 1, 2022
A video of a woman who confessed to conniving with her boyfriend to make her husband impotent has surfaced online.
In the now-viral video, the lady revealed that she took the decision to facilitate her divorce from her husband.
The lady also disclosed that her boyfriend took her to an undisclosed place where she was given a concoction to make her husband impotent.
“My boyfriend and I agreed to kill my husband’s manhood so it will be like his manhood is not working,” she said.
“(With that) it’ll be like it’s not me who is denying him sex. It’s not me who is being the bad wife but it is him whose manhood is not working and all. But I know where the problem is coming from.”
She said after divorcing her husband, her plan was to marry her boyfriend.
“That was the idea that eventually I will seek for divorce, then when we call people to sit, family and pastors and tell them that he is not performing and I’m young and I need to be satisfied, then I will move on. I’m still young and very energetic and sexually active,” she said.
“I wasn’t (scared), because I was in love. I’m actually in love with him, we were in love even now I’m in love with him but the tables are turning right now, and that is what is troubling me right now.”
She, however, cried out that her boyfriend is planning to abandon her for another woman.
“After all that we’ve been through, after all, that he made me do, both of us, now he’s telling me that he found love, and he’s getting married and he wants to call it quits and I’m not letting him go,” she said.
“So, right now, I’m also thinking whether to give him the same medicine, the same dose I gave to my husband.”
Watch the video below:
Troops of the Nigerian Army have reportedly rescued one of the Chibok schoolgirls abducted by insurgents in 2014.
The girl, identified as Yana Pogu, was rescued on Thursday in Borno by the troops of the Nigerian Army under Operation Hadin Kai.
Pogu, who was rescued with her four children, gave birth to a set of twins four months ago.
Speaking on the recent development, Zagazola, a publication focused on counter-insurgency operations in the Lake Chad region, said her twins were in an unhealthy condition when she was rescued.
Her rescue was achieved by troops of the Nigerian Army, backed by a column of the Civilian Joint Task Force(CJTF) when they stormed the enclave of Jamā’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihād, a terrorist group in Bama LGA, Borno.
According to intelligence sources, the troops engaged and overwhelmed the insurgents, neutralising scores of terrorists in the process, while several others escaped with fatal gunshot wounds.
“In the course of the encounter, troops successfully rescued Yana Pogu, a Chibok girl who was number 19 on the missing girl’s list along with her four children,” the source said.
“She was found with a four-month-old set of twins in a very unhealthy condition.
“Some of the fleeing insurgents also attempted to ambush their own troops but while acting on the intelligence, the troops responded swiftly with aggressive fire powers, forcing them to flee.
“More women were rescued after the encounter. They are transferred to 21 Armoured Brigade Bama, for medical attention.
Over 200 students were kidnapped by insurgents from the Government Girls’ Secondary School (GGSS) in the Chibok area of Borno state, on April 14, 2014.
Meanwhile, several of the girls have been rescued, but dozens are still reported to be in captivity.
On July 26, troops of the Nigerian Army reportedly rescued two of the Chibok schoolgirls abducted by insurgents in 2014
TheCable had reported that troops of the 202 battalion and 82 division task force battalion rescued two of the students with two children on June 16.
Also, on June 29, the Nigerian Army rescued Ruth Bitrus, another Chibok schoolgirl, with a child, from an insurgents’ hideout in Bama LGA of Borno state
Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, a Niger Delta activist, has accused Igbo people of lacking morals for ‘bringing Peter Obi’.
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that Obi, a former governor of Anambra State, is one of the frontline candidates for the 2023 presidential election. The 61-year-old is the flag-bearer of the Labour Party, and has a substantial following online, especially on Twitter.
“Igbos don’t have morals. You brought an Obi, a glorified ‘Yahoo Yahoo’ to come and become president. A man whose business is alcohol. Do you want people to get drunk and forget their soul?” Dokubo said during a Facebook Live on Friday, monitored by this newspaper.
“All the people calling themselves ‘Obidients’, check all of them. It’s either they are drug addicts or they are something else. All corrupt people, everyone doing Yahoo Yahoo, all of them are ‘Obidients’.
“We will not allow a Yahoo Yahoo to take over this country.”
Dokubo is a staunch supporter of Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
US-based media scholar and newspaper columnist, Farooq Kperogi, has lashed out at Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) over his recent frequent trips to London, United Kingdom (UK).
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that Tinubu’s sudden trip earlier this week had fuelled speculations of another medical trip.
Kperogi in his Saturday column stated that “after eight years of Muhammadu Buhari’s vacant, dementia-plagued presidency, the last thing Nigeria needs is another presidency that will double down on it”.
“What sort of presidency does Tinubu want to have if he becomes president? A continuation of Buhari? Well, he may not be as lucky as Buhari as been.
“After eight years of Buhari’s vacant, dementia-plagued presidency, the last thing Nigeria needs is another presidency that will double down on it, that would be conducted through dishonest press releases by presidential spokespersons, paid social media troll farms, and TV appearances by deviously mercenary mind managers,” the Professor wrote.
On the occasion of Nigeria’s Independence Day, controversial Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has expressed his hope that the country’s democracy “will mature without any interruption from the military.”
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that Sheikh Gumi, who shares the same birthday with Nigeria, said the nation at 62, appears to be retracing her steps back to 1966.
“All the 1966 political forces are taking shape, it is like we are going back to the era of 1966 which was derailed by the 1966 military coup,” Gumi told Daily Trust.
“This is because the recent politics is reflecting North East, South West, and South East.
“When you observe, you will see that all the major Presidential contenders are from these regions.
“So, it seems we are getting back to where we stopped and I hope this time, it will mature without any interruption from the military.”
The President, of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), His Eminence Archbishop Daniel Okoh, has urged the people not to lose hope in Nigeria, as the country marks its 62nd Independence Day celebration.
He stated this in his goodwill message on Saturday, titled ‘A united, peaceful and prosperous Nigeria is possible’ in which he charged Nigerians to act in faith towards God and fellow citizens, and be confident that the nation would overcome its current challenges.
Although Archbishop Okoh noted that Nigerians are still grappling with issues of common concern, he urged them to do the best they can to ensure justice and peace reign in the country.
The CAN President said: “On behalf of myself and the Christian Association of Nigeria, I congratulate all Nigerians on this occasion of the 62nd Independence Day Anniversary of our dear country.
“As we commemorate the day Britain handed over the political leadership and governance of this nation to us, let us maintain with great enthusiasm the expectations that Nigeria would become a great nation that would be the pride of Africa and indeed black man.
“We must acknowledge that God Almighty has made it possible for us to take full charge of the abundance of natural and human resources that He freely gave to us.
“Despite the political instability our nation has experienced since Independence, the past and present leaders of our nation have demonstrated commitment towards ensuring that we remain united as one indivisible entity.
“Though we are still struggling and grappling with so many issues of collective concern, such as insecurity, kidnapping, unnecessary killing and decapitation of innocent citizens, diminishing value of human life, social injustice, desecration of worship places, a violent threat to the seat of political power, cheating, blatant stealing of our oil, flagrant degradation of our human environment, denial, betrayal, rejection and outright exclusion in many areas of our existence as a nation, all of which has put many in distress and has made many citizens angry, we must not lose hope!
“Let us continue to rely on the faithfulness of God as we continue to do the best we can to ensure justice and peace reign in our country.
“I urge you to take the unpleasant experiences that have plagued our nation in the past as necessary lessons of life that will make us a stronger, better and resilient nation on earth.
“In the face of the hardships in our country, let us continue to exercise patience through perseverance as we bring all our challenges to God, trusting that He will reveal His righteousness and grant us justice in our times of distress.
“In the same vein, let us be guided by the Holy Book in all situations as we continue to speak up and stand up against injustice and work for peace in a constructive way.
“As we march gallantly towards the next general elections, let us bear in mind that we have a stake in this country and so refrain from engaging in acts that will destroy the fortunes and the prospects of this nation.
“Rather than take up arms to kill each other and terrify innocent Nigerians, adults in this nation should take up their voters’ cards and go to the polls. We must resist any threat (strong or subtle) in whichever form to stop us from going out to vote on the day of elections.
“We must also shun vote-buying by being conscious of the truth that politicians who present some inducement to voters, especially on the polling day are not really interested in the welfare of the people
“I counsel you to look out for politicians who are genuine and who are sincere to provide the basics that will be the catalyst for economic growth and development.
“To be honest, I do not believe that all Nigerian politicians are the same – there are those that still have the interest of the people at heart. They are in our midst, but you must put aside primordial sentiments and be objective to be able to find them.
“We must not relent in praying for the success of the 2023 elections and supporting the Independent National Electoral Commission to conduct free, fair, and peaceful polls next year.
“I appeal to the Federal government to go the extra mile to resolve the impasse with the university lecturers for the sake of our young people whose future is at stake.
“I also urge the government at all levels to provide basic infrastructure – security, good roads, constant electricity supply and basic health care for citizens and other residents in Nigeria.
“I pray to our Lord to rescue Nigeria from the hands of wicked people, grant us peace, and help us continue to love one another irrespective of our religious and ethnic diversities.”
President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday said his administration has improved health facilities in the country, especially during and after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Buhari also said Nigeria was one of the countries that defied global predictions of the socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic because of its resilience, commitment and passion in managing the pandemic.
The President said this in his nationwide broadcast to mark the nation’s 62nd independence.
He also said his administration embarked on addressing critical ecological challenges across the country to mitigate the impact of climate change.
He said, “Fellow Nigerians, we have also improved our health facilities, especially during and after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which attracted commendation of the global community.
“As you are aware, Nigeria was one of the countries that defied global predictions of the socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic because of our resilience, commitment and passion with which we individually and collectively managed the pandemic.
“This administration embarked on addressing critical ecological challenges across the country in order to mitigate the impact of Climate Change manifesting in the form of flood, soil erosion, desertification, air pollution amongst others
“We will continue to ensure that our infrastructure drive remains the key to Nigeria’s economic growth and for which every Nigerian will feel the impact.”
Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors, NARD, has called for the immediate review of the Consolidated Medical Salary Structure (CONMESS) in view of the current economic realities in the country.
The doctors who made the call after their 42nd Annual General Meeting held in Umuahia, Abia State, also called for 15% increased budgetary allocation funding of the healthcare sector in the country in line with the 2001 Abuja Declaration for healthcare financing in Africa, and global best practices.
NARD in a communique by its newly-elected National President, Dr Emeka Orji, regretted that the failure of the Government to adequately fund the health sector was the reason for the increasing brain drain plaguing the critical sector.
According to the NARD boss, an average of one medical doctor or health personnel leaves Nigeria every week in search of greener pastures abroad where the pay is much more attractive.
He warned that if no urgent steps were taken to stop and reverse the ugly trend, Nigeria might lose her entire medical manpower in the coming years.
The resident’s doctors commended Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu for paying seven out of 25 months’ salary arrears owed their colleagues at the Abia State University Teaching Hospital Aba ABSUTH.
The association which also commended the Abia Government’s promise to be paying the balance of two-month arrears every month until it is cleared urged other states owing doctors to pay up.
“The AGM calls on the Federal Government, the Nigerian Governors’ Forum, Stakeholders, and well-meaning Nigerians to prevail on the Governors of Ekiti (3 months), Imo (10 months) and Ondo (5 months) States to urgently pay arrears of salaries and allowances owed our members in their states.”
NARD further appreciated the Federal Government for the payment of the 2022 Medical Residency Training Fund (MRTF), although it was “made at the old rate.”
It, therefore, urged the National Assembly to ensure its passage into the 2023 Appropriation Act to enable seamless payment of the arrears of 2022 and 2023 MRTF at the new rate.
…backs Ikpeazu for Senate
The ‘Obidient’ group advocating for the election of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr. Peter Obi, in Aba, Abia state has adopted Governor Okezie Ikpeazu as their candidate for the Abia South senatorial position in the 2023 election.
The ‘’one Million March for ObiDatti”, which brought activities in Aba, to a stand still, began from the Osisioma Ngwa flyover from where the crowd marched through Aba-Owerri Road, Asa Road, Factory Road, Azikiwe Road and down to the Ogbor-Hill axis of the city.
The group who stated this during the one million march held for Obi, Saturday, in Aba, explained that with the way things are currently going on in the country, it has decided to support candidates with vision like Obi and Ikpeazu, despite the party differences.
While identifying itself as ‘Obidients for Ikpeazu’, the group displayed banners with different inscriptions which read; “Peter Obi for President, Ikpeazu is Obidient’; ‘’2023; Obidients adopt Ikpeazu for Senate’’; ‘It is no longer about LP, APC , PDP, we need men of vision like Obi, Ikpeazu’’, Obi for President, Ikpeazu for Senate’’, among others.
Coordinator of the ‘Obidients for Ikpeazu’, Mr. Chisom Amalahu ,who has adopted candidates with capacity to turn things around, added that Ikpeazu had improved Abia state from what he met on ground when he assumed office in 2015.
“We’re here to tell people that we’re tired of how things are done in this country. As you’ve seen today, the expectation was for a million march but we’ve recorded above the expectations because almost everybody came out for Obi. We don’t care about anything else, be it a party or whatever as long as the presidential election is concerned. Obidient for Obi and Ikpeazu.It is authoritative and nobody can fault it.
“This action has shown that the Governor of Abia State cannot because of his party and lose sympathy for the desire of the majority. Obidient is a movement. It’s not a political party. It covers non-members of the labour party so, it’s not about the Labour party. Our resolution to adopt Obi and Ikpeazu is in the interest of Ndigbo, it is solely based on our desire for good governance. Nigerians deserve a better life, this is not the time to preach party loyalty against national interest.
“We’re only aligning ourselves with the interests of the majority of Nigerians. The signals are there. The signs are there that almost everyone is with Peter Obi. We have assessed Ikpeazu considering where the state, Abia ,especially Aba town was when he assumed office. He is a visionary leader. Obi certainly needs someone like Ikpeazu at the senate when becomes the President of Nigeria in 2023.”
Speaking to Vanguard, a member of the Obidient movement, Anayo Ezenyi, said the movement is no longer a partisan affair , stressing that the adoption of Ikpeazu for senate embodies the placement of national interest above personal desires.
“I came here in solidarity with the man of the moment, Mr. Peter Obi who the Nigerian youths and most Nigerians have decided that he should lead them. However, I’m happy to see what is happening today where people drop personal interest for the interest of the majority.
“The truth of the matter is that most of the governors in PDP, APC and other parties may be telling people that they belong to party A or Party B but as far as the presidential election is concerned, almost everybody is going for the best and Obi is the best. So, we are happy to adopt Ikpeazu for Abia South senate. Since he became Governor, he has displayed the zeal and determination to make a difference in governance of the state despite the huge challenges confronting Abia. Ikpeazu is certainly a man for the future. If elected senator, he is one of the political leaders who will add value to Obi’s administration.
“In a few months, we’ll see most of the other governors doing the same because this is a serious movement that almost everybody will love to identify with. Nigerians are no longer talking about this or that political party. It’s going to be a Tsunami in 2023. The shock will be great. Nigeria will see it and hear it.”