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Igbos didn’t endorse Atiku, we are still behind Buhari – Uche Nwosu

Former Chief of Staff to the Imo State governor, Uche Nwosu, has dismissed the reported endorsement of the Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, and his running mate, Peter Obi, by Igbo leaders at an Enugu summit recently.

He described the endorsement as “a designed plan to deceive the people that the Igbos rest their support with the PDP”.

Nwosu, who maintained that the support for President Buhari by the Igbos was still intact, noted that the endorsement by the few Igbo leaders at the Enugu Summit did not reflect the position of Ndigbo and will not affect the chances of President Muhammadu Buhari in the South East.

According to him, the South East has nothing tangible to show for its support for the PDP during its 16 years in power to warrant the endorsement of its Presidential candidate or any other.

Nwosu, in statement on Friday, reassured that despite the post primary crisis rocking the party (APC) in the zone, President Buhari would still get a landslide victory.

According to Nwosu, “We are not losing sleep over the recent endorsement of Atiku by some Igbo leaders, the action will not change the reality on ground.

“The South East will deliver Buhari in 2019 because it is our best option. We cannot be distracted with the PDP’s Greek gift of Vice President, our focus as a people should be Igbo Presidency in 2023.

“One important question we should be asking ourselves as Ndigbo is what did we benefit from the PDP for the 16 years it was in power to warrant the endorsement of its candidate, as against what we have recorded within the three years that President Buhari is in power”.

He continued that, “Most of the political decisions of some of our leaders are self serving and not in the overall interest of the Igbo but this time we are committed to pursuing the best political option for the Igbo, which is supporting President Buhari’s second term”.

Nwosu also added that, “The fact that majority of our party members are not happy with the APC National Chairman, Adams Oshiomole over the manner he handled the party primaries across the zone does not affect our support for President Buhari.

“In fact it is beyond personal considerations, it is about the interest of Ndigbo and we will deliver President Buhari in 2019. The support for President Buhari is borne out his unequalled integrity and uprightness, which is what the country needs most now,” he concluded.

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New Music: Oritse Femi – Mercy

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MSN Gang artiste, Oritse Femi is out with another nice tune which he tags “Mercy”.

This comes after he released “Ogbegbe”, about two weeks ago, 1st of October to be precise.

Finally, the new song was produced by Vicebeatz.

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2years After, Maryam Sanda Confesses In Court; Narrates How Her Husband Died

Maryam Sanda, wife of Bilyaminu Bello, nephew of former PDP chairman, has denied claims of killing her husband. Maryam made news in November 2017 after she was accused of stabbing Bilyaminu to death while they were fighting in their Abuja apartment.

Maryam who is being tried before the FCT High Court in Maitama, yesterday told the court that she did not kill Bilyaminu, rather he fell down during an argument they were having in their home and a bottle pierced his chest.

Weeping as she gave her testimony, Maryam who was pregnant when the incident happened, told the court that though they had their differences in the course of their two-year marriage, she did not kill her husband. Maryam said on the day of the incident, she used her late husband’s phone to make a call and in the process, discovered a nude picture of a lady on the phone. She said she went downstairs and called the deceased so that they could talk about it. She stated that in the course of discussion which degenerated into an argument, she asked Bilyaminu to divorce her, adding that he held her neck, choking her.

She said the argument continued late into the evening and that around 11pm, she went to take her charger in the living room.

“He pushed me and as I was falling down, I mistakenly broke his Shisha bottle and the water inside spilled on the floor. He pinned me to the ground and I heard our daughter crying. I told him to leave me so that I could attend to her and he loosened up a bit and I struggled to my feet. I did not try to kill my husband. We had an argument; that was all. I never wished my husband to die,” Sanda told the court

She stated that while trying to hold her, the deceased fell down and that she saw her husband holding his chest and saw a broken bottle in his chest which she removed and covered the chest with her scarf. Maryam told the court that she rushed out to call for help and met one Ayuba with whom she took her husband to Abuja Clinic, where he was confirmed dead. She also rushed him to Maitama General Hospital where he was also confirmed dead.

Under cross-examination by the prosecuting counsel, Maryam told the court that she did not break the shisha bottle in anger. She stated that as of the time she drove her husband to the hospital, the broken bottle she removed from his chest and the spilled water from the shisha bottle was on the floor of their living room.

She told the court that from the hospital, she was taken to Maitama police station where she wrote her statement. She said the accounts of the two prosecution witnesses that she threatened to kill her husband was false.

Following the evidence of Sanda, her counsel, Rita Okotie Eboh, informed the court that they were closing their case. The trial judge, Justice Yusuf Halilu, thereafter adjourned the case to November 25th for adoption of final written addresses.

. 2years After, Maryam Sanda Confesses In Court; Narrates How Her Husband Died . .

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Trending: Hospital staff make banner to mock redeployed boss

In every workplace, some people would like their direct bosses and others would dislike them it happens every time even as a human being not everybody would agree with your views.

However, what is uncommon in a workplace is the fact that everybody dislikes a particular person, but in the case of a Nigerian woman identified as Eunice Adekemi Olamijuwon, it seems like she was disliked by everyone she led at her workplace.

The woman, who is a nursing leader at a hospital, was reportedly redeployed to another hospital recently.

In an attempt to celebrate her leave, the staff of the previous hospital made a banner mocking her. They described her as a mischievous tyrant nursing leader.

. Trending: Hospital staff make banner to mock redeployed boss . .

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