Sahara Reporters Latest News Saturday 12th January 2019

Sahara Reporters Latest News Saturday 12th January 2019

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target=_blank>Directors Resign As Lufthansa Sells Shares In Troubled NAHCO

Barely three weeks after Idris Yakubu, Managing Director of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) Plc, was eased out of office, one of its major shareholders, Lufthansa Airlines, has sold its shares in the company.
SaharaReporters had reported on December 22, 2018 about the departure of Yakubu from the company, some five months after his confirmation by the board.

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It was also gathered that its directors have resigned from the company, as their shares have nosedived in recent weeks.
A source close to the company confided in SaharaReporters on Friday that NAHCO issued a statement to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) informing the organisation of the divestment of the investment of Lufthansa Airlines in the company.
It was gathered that Lufthansa had six per cent stake in NAHCO before last week’s sales.
The shares, which stood at 97.5million, were transferred to a local firm, Godsmart Nigeria Ltd, allegedly owed by one of the major shareholders in the company.
Before the acquisition, Godsmart had about 20 per cent stake in NAHCO and this latest transaction increased its shares in the company to 26.95 per cent, making it the largest single investor.
The German carrier was the only foreign airline that had shares in NAHCO. As a result of its shares, the ground handling company handles all its operations in the three airports it operates in Nigeria: Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos; Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), Omegwa and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja.
There are fears that with the divestment of its shares in NAHCO, the airline and some of its partners, including other foreign carriers, may terminate their handling contracts with the company.
If such happens, the Skyway Aviation Handling Company (SAHCO) Plc, which commenced the sales of its Initial Public Offering (IPO) of 406,074,000 ordinary shares of 50 Kobo each at N44.65 per share last November, may gain more of NAHCO’s clients.
Besides, apart from sales of Lufthansa’s shares in the company, it was learnt that another institutional investor, Aviance from France, may also divest its shares from the company. Also, all the directors of the ground handling company have been forced out of NAHCO by the Board of Directors. At present, there are only four management staff in NAHCO, apart from the Group Managing Director, Mrs. Olatokunbo Fagbemi.
The management staff are Head Corporate Services, Mr. Ahmed Gulma; Chief Finance Officer, Mr. Bamidele Ademola Adelaja; Head Internal Audit & Compliance, Mr. Anthony Eromonsele Iyayi and Cargo Services Manager, Mr. Enenamah Chukwuemeka.
“All is not well in NAHCO. As it is, its shares have continued to drop in the stock exchange. As at last Wednesday, its shares had dropped to N3.65 from N5.00 almost a year ago. Nobody knows what will happen tomorrow. No one’s job is guaranteed at present. More clients may leave NAHCO for SAHCO in the next few weeks,” the source said.
When contacted the spokesman for NAHCO, Mr. Tayo Ajakaiye, declined to comment on the issue. He said that the company would issue a statement at a later date.

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target=_blank>Open Letter To OAU Vice-Chancellor (II) By Adejumo Kabir

Dear Sir,
In my earlier letter to you on 23rd of June, 2018, I made it known that I was delighted to write you but since even as a father, you refused to attend diligently to issues earlier raised, I find it appalling but necessary this time to write again even if you don’t accept it in good faith.
Aside from the dismissal of Richard Akindele, a Professor, who was involved in s**-for-mark scandal with a female student and reinstatement of some suspended students of the university, nothing ‘spectacular’ has really come from your office to help the students. In fact, your administration has blocked more students’ portals afterwards and the slogan among the students when issues affecting them are raised is “your portal may be next”. 
This is happening in the 21st century Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. Indeed, there was a school for under your watch, students say they now have a “glorified tutorial”.
I am certain that nothing will change even after this letter because no amount of words can change your love for a stable academic calendar amidst irregularities in the system. However, it is expected for some of us (as a student-journalists) to inform you about the plight of other colleagues at this present time
Examination:
It is important to note that ASUU strike started at a period when students have not started receiving full lectures on this campus. Nobody is against stable academic calendar, but from survey, students are demanding additional lecture weeks and lecture free week as provided by regulations and antecedents. 
The university may be bent on starting examination on Monday, January 14, but the system should also be ready to take the responsibility of mass failure as it is not expected to ask people what they have not been taught. It is no longer news that on this same campus, there are departments where lectures have been shut since the beginning of the strike. Conducting exams therefore is equivalent to producing half – baked graduates that will cause more harm than good to the nation.
Sir, it is important to note that the argument by  some lecturers that students would not be examined on what they were not taught is faulty because there are required outlines for different courses. If those outlines are not met, then, there is a breach. 
Maybe you don’t know that some courses have been cancelled already.
Once again, I am not writing this to change the decision of the management, but to remind you that the university’s stand is disastrous and deadly. If many of our lecturers were not taught the necessary during their time, the university will not be a place of work for them. In fact, the students are stakeholders and they must at all time be put into consideration. These students are adults and should not be taken for granted by a ‘single adult’ or ‘some adults’ at the helm of the affairs.
Insecurity on and off campus:
While I am not expected to speak for the university security team because he that pays the Piper dictates the tune, it is my obligation to inform you about the porous security situation in our environment.
Perhaps, you are not informed that one of our colleagues was kidnapped in late 2018 with his car driven away by the evil men. Many students are not even aware of this incident because of the usual manner of burying cases in this part of the world. 
Mr. Vice Chancellor, students maintained that their colleague who died after robbery attack in December would not have died if there were proactive measures from the end of the security team. However, after proper investigation, it was realised that university did not even have ‘sound vans’ to combat thieves. Eyewitnesses narrated how the CSO of the school was forced to use his personal van to convey the deceased. This is sad and it won’t be out of place if the students and parents of the deceased hold the university responsible for the death of Babatola.
After the robbery attack, there have been series of robbery cases even till late last night. It appears that the university prefers the decongestion of hostels than the lives of these students. 
Others: 
Because I know the university will not change from being autocratic, I will quickly highlight other issues under this paragraph.
The students of Alumni hall did not have water in their hostel since last year. They went home and returned to realise that nothing has changed. If the university is not aware, I think they are now aware. Our Queens cannot continue to walk down to Awolowo hall to fetch and we won’t love to perceive them smelling in the class.
The issue of delay in the release of students results still persist, and continue to make students have automatic ‘extra year’ as many have to spend semester(s) without knowing their fate as regards previous papers written.
Also, the university keeps collecting N500 each from students every session without issuance ID cards. So, the school is proud to see students harrassed by SARS.
I won’t discuss the students union reinstatement here because students already know that  it is not the wish of every oppressive authority to have a vibrant students’ body. 
Yours Faithfully,
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Adejumo Kabir, a student-journalist at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife

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E2%80%99s-exclusion-rivers-election target=_blank>Tonye Cole Campaign Blames Magnus Abe Group For APC’s Exclusion From Rivers Election

The Tonye Cole campaign organisation has blamed the Senator Magnus Abe faction for the exclusion of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the governorship election in Rivers State.
A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt on January 7, 2019 had nullified the primaries conducted by the two factions of the party in Rivers State. The court also restrained the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) from presenting Tonye Cole, Magnus Abe and other candidates of the APC in the 2019 governorship election in the state.

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Cole’s faction stated that Abe’s group should not have approached the court, having written a petition to the National Executive Committee of the party. The group claimed that petition led to the party’s exclusion from the 2019 elections in the state.
A statement by the organisation read: “Fortunately for the petitioners, the NEC of APC on the 18th of May granted their relief of cancellation of the congress on the 5th, 12th and 19th of May 2018 and was rescheduled to the 19th, 20th and 21st of May 2018. However, before the APC NEC could reach a decision on the petition, the petitioners had gone ahead of the body to seek for the same reliefs at the Rivers State High Court.”
Cole’s group maintained that the party had intervened and waived the requirement for congress, which was part of the concerns raised with all aspirants allowed to contest the congresses without nomination forms.
According to the Tonye Cole organisation, the petitioners, in their hastiness to file a suit to the High Court, failed to exhaust the internal dispute resolution procedure, making the suit incompetent from the moment it was filed. It also added that in the originating processes of the suit in the court, the petitioners did not set out the wrongful act of the party that had warranted them to sue.
It maintained that the petitioners had, therefore, gone against the rule of the Supreme Court by undermining the process of redress of their party.
“It is for the reason that a person does not undermine the process of redress by an organisation to which he belongs by seeking same remedy in court once he has invoked the Remedial Authority of that organisation, that the Supreme Court set the rule and need for such a person to exhaust the internal dispute mechanism of the party, before approaching the court,” the organisation added.

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target=_blank>28-Year-Old Arrested For Buying N150,000 Laptop For N5,000

Paul Ofia, aged 28, who hails from Ikwo village in Ebonyi State, has been nabbed by the Police over allegations of trading in stolen goods.
He was said to be a specialist in buying stolen electronics and was apprehended by the Bayelsa State Vigilante Service.
He was caught with a stolen laptop with a market value of N150,000, and claimed to have paid N5,000 for the item.
Parkins Ogede, Chairman of the Bayelsa State Vigilante Service, said the trader has been handed over to the Police for further investigation and prosecution.
Ogede urged residents to be careful and enquire properly before purchasing anything.

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target=_blank>BREAKING: Police Arrest Melaye At Abuja Clinic

Officers of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) have arrested Dino Melaye, the senator representing Kogi West Constituency at the National Assembly.
He was allegedly taken away from the Police Hospital in Garki, Abuja, where he was receiving treatment, on Friday.
He had surrendered himself for arrest after a one-week stand-off with the Police. He, however, suffered an asthma attack and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Although, the Police had insisted that the lawmaker was fit to stand trial for his alleged culpability in the shooting of an officer, Melaye had said he needed more time to recuperate.
The Police had not issued any official statement at the time of this report.

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E2%80%94-falz-aims-sly-dig-buhari-new-single target=_blank>‘Four-Year Tenure, Three Years Holiday?’ — Falz Aims SLy DIg At Buhari In New Single

Folarin Falana, son of human rights lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Femi Falana, popularly known as Falz, seems to have taken a swipe at President Muhammadu Buhari in his new single, entitled ‘Talk’.
He also targeted the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) that had threatened to sue him over his previous video, ‘This is Nigeria’, saying: “Boda MURIC shout finish we no see am for court.”
The song was released late on Thursday and already has more than 60,000 views on Youtube.
‘Talk’ is the lead single off his ‘Moral Instruction’ album scheduled for release on January 15, 2019. The cover art of the album was designed by Fela’s arts designer, Lemi Ghariokwu.
In the video, Falz said: “Four-year tenure, three-year holiday…,” which was depicted by a man wearing a flowing blue traditional outfit and entering a door marked ‘London’ — an apparent reference to the President’s lengthy medical vacations to the UK.
Falz also commneted on the conduct of lawmakers at the National Assembly and their numerous altercations, lamenting: “Our Senators don dey fight Kung Fu again.”
The rapper also commented on allowances of members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), questioning while they were still paid such just over N19,000 in 2019.
Pastors and clerics were not left out, as he questioned why they would buy private jets that their members could not fly.
Finally, he spoke on jungle justice and wondered why people who steal petty things are roasted like animals, while those who steal Nigeria’s resources at government level are spared.

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target=_blank>HEDA Asks ICPC To Prosecute Ex-Delta Deputy Speaker Who Forged His NECO Certificate

The Human and Environmental Development Agenda  Resource Centre (HEDA), a non-governmental organization and non-partisan human rights and development league, has asked the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission  (ICPC) to investigate and prosecute Mr. Osanebi Friday, the member of the Delta State House of Assembly representing Ndokwa East constituency over allegations he forged his National Examination Council (NECO) certificate. 
In a petition forwarded to the ICPC and signed by HEDA’ s chairman, Olanrewaju Suraju, the resource centre said its requested action is pertinent, to serve as deterrent to future lawbreakers, especially amongst the elites and supposed leaders who ought to lead by example. 
HEDA said it took its cue for the investigation of the ex-lawmaker, who is a former Deputy Speaker of the assembly, from an exclusive report in the publication of Sahara Reporters, an online Newspaper, dated the 24th day of December, 2018, where it was reported that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had withdrawn the Certificate of Return issued to Osanebi, and re-issued it to Ozegbe Emeka, who was validly nominated as the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2015 elections.
The petition reads: “It was reported that in April 2018, a Delta State High Court, presided over by Honourable Justice V.I. Ofezi declared that Mr. Osanebi Friday lied on oath by submitting a forged NECO certificate and ordered the immediate swearing in of Mr. Ozegbe Emeka into the Delta State House of Assembly.

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“The report under reference stated that Mr. Osanebi Friday appealed against the judgement of the Delta State High Court to the Court of Appeal, Benin Judicial Division and the Court of Appeal ruled in upheld the decision of the High Court Judge, in favour of the respondent. It is further stated that he appealed to the Supreme court and the appeal before the apex court is yet to be heard.”
Quoting a section of the nation’s ground norm, HEDA said: “It is pertinent to state at this juncture that Section 106 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (As amended) provides for the requisite conditions to qualify an individual to be elected as a member of a State House of Assembly. Specifically, Section 106 (c) states that ‘he has been educated up to at least the School Certificate level or its equivalent’…
“It was presumed that all the qualifications in Section 106 (a-d) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 was duly complied with, which was why he was successful elected in as honourable member of the Delta State House of Assembly. And it was believed that Mr. Osanebi Friday was not in breach of the provisions of Section 107 (1)(a-I) specifically, Section 107(1)(I).
“Section 107(1)(I) states that ‘no person shall be qualified for election to a House of Assembly if he has presented a forged certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commission’. Mr. Osanebi Friday was elected during the 2015 general election to the Delta State House of Assembly as an honourable member based on the information he presented to the INEC, and INEC believing same to be true.
“And as reported under reference, Mr. Osanebi Friday did present his NECO Certificate but same is alleged to be fake and it is also alleged that no such certificate was found in the Secondary School he claimed to have attended, Orogu Grammar School, Orogu, Ughelli North local government area. 
“The law is not silent on the offences alleged; forgery and perjury are encapsulated in the Criminal Code Act Cap C28 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004. The Criminal Code Act Cap C28 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 in Sections 463-466 defines the forgery as an offence while Section 467 prescribes the sentence of three years imprisonment; Section 117 of the same law defines the offence of Perjury and Section 118 prescribes the punishment to be 14 years imprisonment.
“We are an organization desirous to see transparency, accountability and good governance in our nation. We are therefore keen on seeing the law not only obeyed to the letter but also diligently enforced in the case of breach, which is why we believe critically that an immediate investigation should be carried out in this particular case.  The case is said to have moved from the High Court to the Supreme Court hence, a public record which can be searched and obtained to aid investigation. 
“Your Commission is empowered to investigate and prosecute suspects for alleged offences within the purview of the law. Based on the foregoing, we request that you use your good offices to investigate Mr. Osanebi Friday for corruptly manipulating the system through forgery, perjury with the view to prosecuting the stated offences and recover all monies and benefits received by him as a honourable member and Deputy Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly. We therefore demand that the law takes its full course.
“The requested action is pertinent to serve as deterrent to future law breakers, especially amongst the elites and supposed leaders who ought to lead by example. This is with a view to stemming the menace that rapidly ravaging our political landscape and society.”

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target=_blank>Isoko Traditional Rulers Get N20m ‘In Small Nylon Bags’ For Endorsing Okowa For 2nd Term

Traditional rulers of Isoko ethnic nationalities of Delta State and their communities’ Presidents-General on Thursday endorsed Governor Ifeanyi Okowa as their sole candidate for the 2019 governorship elections. 
The endorsement, it was reliably gathered, earned the traditional rulers and the Presidents-General the sum of N20 million as a ‘kola’ from the Governor as a sign of appreciation for a job well done.
The endorsement, which was made on Thursday during an emergency national conference of the Isoko nation convened by the Isoko Development Union (IDU) held at Oleh, Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State, coincided with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship campaign rally in Oleh, headquarters of Isoko South Local Government Area.
The amount of the money making up the ‘kola’ was not disclosed to the entire conference but a President-General of one of the communities who pleaded for anonymity confided in our correspondent that the cash, which was arranged in small nylon bags, was N20 million.
“Yes its N20 million, because I overheard one of the traditional rulers disclosing it to a colleague of his at the venue shortly after the Governor and his entourage left for the PDP campaign rally at the Oleh township stadium. The traditional rulers took the lion share as it were, while a part went to the IDU and the Presidents-General of the various communities that participated in the endorsement,” he said.
“But frankly speaking, I have my fears, because the traditional rulers and we, the Presidents-General, are supposed to be neutral, not to be involved in partisan politics. There are several other governorship candidates from other political parties for this 2019 elections and now we have endorsed Okowa of the PDP and if tomorrow, Great Ogboru of the APC emerges the Governor, what will then be the fate of the Isoko nation.”
Giving reasons for the Governor’s endorsement, the traditional rulers noted that the only way they could reciprocate Okowa’s good governance in Isoko land was to re-elect him to continue with his good works.

The Ovie of Oleh Kingdom, Anthony Ovrawah, Omagha I, who is the Chairman of Isoko Traditional Council of Traditional Rulers, led the over 19 traditional rulers to pray for the Governor, assuring him that all Isoko sons and daughters would cast their votes for him.
Earlier, the President-General of Iyede Kingdom, Jerry Okokowa moved the motion for Isoko people to collectively cast their votes for the return of Okowa to government house, Asaba till 2023, saying: “We have no other option than Governor Okowa; he has executed a lot of projects in Isoko land, including the construction of this edifice, the Isoko house and he will do more for us in the next four years.”
The motion was seconded by the President-General of Oleh Kingdom, Believe Alakri.
In his response, Okowa thanked the Isoko people for their love for him and his administration.
“I am surprised, I am excited at what you have done this afternoon; It is a great honour that you have done to me and I must thank the Isoko people for the love you have for me and my administration,” he said.
“What is happening here today convinces me that you have accepted me as one of you; it tells a lot of story that you are not ashamed to identify with me. I thank you for the peace you have continued to give to us as a government, which has given us the enabling environment to carry out development projects.
“Thank you for the partnership, which will make me relate more with the Isoko nation; in the next four years, a lot more will be done for the Isoko nation because the Isoko people truly deserve it. With the pronouncement of the traditional rulers, this is a total support, which will give me more votes than what you gave us in 2015.”
Okowa used the medium to plead with the traditional rulers and the Presidents-General of the various communities to vote for all the candidates of the PDP, especially Atiku Abubakar for President, Senator James Manager and Leo Ogor, for house of Representatives, adding that “since you have shown love to me, show love to other candidates of the PDP because, the success of the PDP in the February 16 elections will make the March 2 elections easier”.
Speaking earlier, the President-General of the Isoko Development Union, (IDU), Iduh Amadhe, said: “What is happening in Isoko has never been done for any man, Isoko people are not sychophants but when we heard that you (Governor Okowa) and your entourage were coming to Isoko nation for campaign rally, an emergency national conference was called for you; 19 traditional rulers are here, the Presidents-General of different kingdoms are here and whatever we have done today will be translated to all the villages in Isoko and it will be respected; you will get the votes of Isoko people.”

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target=_blank>Ailing Leo Ogor Wants To Retain His Reps Seat But He Can’t Even Climb A Podium At PDP Rally

Leo Ogor at the center flanked by James Manager and former acting Governor of Delta state, Sam Obi during the PDP campaign rally held at the Oleh township stadium

Leo Ogor, the House of Representatives Minority Leader and member representing Isoko Federal Constituency, could not come up stage to address a mammoth crowd of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Thursday, as he is incapacitated by stroke.
During the party’s governorship campaign rally in Oleh, headquarters of Isoko South Local Government Area, the Delta State PDP Chairman, Kingsley Esiso, had called up on stage Ogor; the senator representing Delta South in the National Assembly, James Manager; and other candidates of the party for the 2019 general election to address the people.
But it was observed that several minutes after Manager and other candidates of the party had mounted the podium, Ogor, who was earlier aided to his seat on arrival at the venue of the campaign rally, could not find his feet to the stage.
It would be recalled that last week in Oghara, headquarters of Ethiope West Local Government Area of the state, Ogor could not move from his seat to receive his PDP flag during the official flag-off of the party’s campaign rally. Instead, his flag was received on his behalf by the member representing Isoko South constituency 2, Johnson Erijo.
Following the incapacitation of Ogor, resulting to his absence from plenaries, Isoko people had advised him many times to quit politics and concentrate on his failing health.
Addressing the mammoth PDP crowd at Oleh Township Stadium, headquarters of Isoko South Local Government Area, the state Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, urged members of the party to translate the massive turnout at the rally to actual votes at the February 16 and March 2, 2019 elections.
“We are here to say thank you, to thank God for the joy He has brought to Deltans within the last three years; we are happy that our traditional rulers, our President-Generals have spoken with one voice that we should continue with this partnership of collective delivery of good projects to our people till 2023. Thank you because, in another four years, we shall have more reasons to smile, more reasons to thank God for good governance,” he said.
Meanwhile, the two suspended leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Isoko Federal Constituency of Delta state, Joe Arausi and Abikelegba Odhegolo, who endorsed Okowa on Tuesday for a second term in alleged exchange for contracts running into millions of naira formally defected to the PDP at Thursday’s rally.

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Adamawa Gladiators To Mobilise 1million Votes For Sowore ‘Without Expecting Any Personal Reward’

A group known as the Adamawa Political Gladiators (APG) is mobilising one million votes for Omoyele Sowore, presidential candidate of African Action Congress (AAC).
Speaking on behalf of the group to newsmen in Yola on Friday, Tony Sudan Gompwel said he had also printed campaign materials and branded a vehicle towards actualising Sowore’s presidential bid in 2019.
“We’re targeting one million votes for Sowore, and we’re canvassing those votes on a wide range social media platforms,” he said.
“We’re developing the Sowore followership, using pyramid styled network of down-line supporters.
“For instance, if I steer 50 people, I expect them to steer 50 each; and so the chain goes on till we are able to raise one million votes and even surpass it for Sowore.”
Gompwel further said he had printed “14,000 posters, 12,000 stickers, 12 large-format size banners and branded a vehicle with pictures of Sowore and his running mate”.
“We’re doing all these things not expecting any personal reward, because I believe Sowore embodies the yearnings and aspirations of many young Nigerians,” he said.
On the chances of Sowore’s victory at the polls, he said: “We keyed into the AAC candidate because we believe in his vision for Nigeria. And make no mistake about this, Omoyele Sowore is going to win and he is the next President. 
“I say this because I know it very well that Buhari and Atiku are going to be voted out next month. Both men are predators, out to destroy our economy. On the other hand, people are getting to know the man Sowore, and I bet you he is going to emerge victorious.”

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