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December; Just like the eagle, you shall soar- Dan Obo Jnr

May your estimations and intentions for the years ahead stay firm, turning all your dreams into reality. And all your efforts into great achievements

May you be fruitful in all your ways, empowered for significance, positioned for greatness, seasoned for this great season.

Just like the eagle, you shall soar. You will be valued more than gold, You shall shine bright like the sun, Your joy shall overflow limited without limits.

As we step into the month of December let’s endeavor to avoid unnecessary and unhealthy competition among us for there’s no deadline for achievements

I call on all the youths of Cross River State to stay off social vices & illegal activities capable of causing untimely death and unwarranted police issues etc

I Welcome you all to the December, God bless you all

The future is now!
Get involved!

Comrade Dan Obo Jnr


UPDATE: Real Madrid drop points at home to Osasuna, surrender top spot to Barcelona

Real Madrid have dropped their first points of the season after a 1-1 draw with Osasuna at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday.

Vinicius Junior put the host ahead in the 42nd minute with a right-footed shot from long range after being assisted by David Alaba.

The visitors, however, drew level in the second half as Kiki Garcia headed home from the centre of the box.

David Garcia got sent off in the 78th minute after preventing a clear goalscoring opportunity.

Benzema stepped up to the spot, but the striker saw his effort smack against the top of the crossbar and go behind, as Herrera breathed a sigh of relief in the Osasuna goal.

Ten-man Osasuna saw out the remainder of the game to continue their impressive start of the season and move up into 6th place in La Liga.

The draw sees Real drop to second place behind Barcelona who lead on goal difference.


#BBNaija S7: Fans jubilate as Phyna wins N100m

Fans, on Sunday, jubilated and congratulated Ijeoma Otabor, popularly known as Phyna, on emerging as the winner of the Big Brother Naija Season 7 reality TV show, dubbed Level Up.

Phyna was announced the winner on Sunday, beating fellow finalist Bryann to clinch the N100m prize money.

Speaking after the announcement, Phyna who was unable to contain her joy, told the show host, Ebuka Uchendu, “I don’t even know what’s going through my head right now… like who dey?”

Congratulating the reality TV star, a fan on Twitter, @CuteLikeACutie, wrote, “Even the Bible said truly they shall gather. But they all fell at Phyna’s feet cos this victory will shut them all up. Street ti take over. Congratulations Phyna.”

@Starlexx1 wrote, “All I can say is it’s a well-deserved win. Congratulations Phyna and Phynation. She gave us pure entertainment/Zeeworld/Action movie/Drama/romance/comedy etc.”

Another fan, @iwilldrag, said, “You guys don’t understand how iconic Phyna’s win is. She has officially levelled the standard for both genders being befitting to win on this show. No more high standards for women!!! Now, both men and women can be very imperfect and still win!”

On her part, @drkSparkk, hailed Phyna for becoming the second female contestant to win the reality TV show.

“She came, she saw and she conquered. Second female winner of Big Brother Naija, my baby girl PHYNA, the hype priestess,” she wrote.

Other contestants earlier evicted on the final night were Chizzy, Rachel, Daniella, Chichi, Adekunle, and Bella.

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Nigeria @ 62; Hon Frank Ovat writes constituents

1st October is a spectacular day for every citizen of Nigeria because it is the day that we commemorate our nation’s Independence. This day reminds us of the sacrifices and obstacles our forebears faced to break free from the clutches of the British Empire and the responsibility expected of every one of us in building a strong and prosperous nation. Since 1960, we have no doubt recorded a bunch of successes and failures. Today, therefore, presents us with the privilege to appraise the journey so far, appreciate the achievements and opportunities of the moment and, project into a brighter future for the nation.

Freedom, they say is the greatest gift and as a people, it is only a privilege that we have this rare gift under our custody. As we celebrate this special day in our nation’s history, we must not forget the sacrifices of our heroes past, bearing in mind that, through their sacrifices, we now have a nation that we can call our own and it is up to us to bequeath on the future generation a better, freer and greater nation. May this day birth new opportunities for everyone in Obubra II state constituency, even as I urge you to embrace peace, shun violence, and contribute positively to the growth and development of our constituency, state, and nation.

Once again, Happy New Month and 62nd Independence Anniversary.

Hon. Frank Ovat,
Obubra II State Constituency,

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Prof Stella Effah-Attoe Celebrates Nigeria at 62

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Woman Leader, Prof Stella Effah-Attoe celebrates Nigeria at 62

In a message made available to Newsmen, the erudite scholar and advocate of women said Freedom does not come so easily & as such We are indebted to our national heroes who made this country what it is today.

As patriotic citizens, let’s put extra effort to perform our own civic rights and responsibilities.

in furtherance she said “Our diversities should not be seen as a weakness but as our strength. It is only by working together that we can build a resilient nation.”

And Let us think of something we can do for our nation to make it a place of wealth, peace, and happiness rather than fight over religious and ethnic differences

Moreso I would like to encourage Us as Nigerians that despite all the challenges we should remain strong and Let love prevail in our hearts

According to Prof Stella, the place of the woman is beyond the kitchen but strategic leadership positions that will catapult Nigeria to greater heights

“As we remember our national heroes today, let’s renew our pledge to always uphold our national unity so that we can live together in peace and harmony.”

Happy 62ND Independence Day and a wonderful month ahead

Long Live Nigeria
Long Live PDP



JUST IN: Aisha Buhari apologises to Nigerians over economic hardship

The First Lady, Dr. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday apologised to Nigerians over the harsh economic realities and insecurity experienced under the Buhari-led government.

Speaking during the 62nd Independence Day Special Juma’at prayer and Public Lecture themed Shura: The Islamic Foundation of True Democracy at the National Mosque Conference Hall, Abuja, Dr. Buhari said:

“The regime might not have been a perfect one, but I want to seize this opportunity to seek forgiveness from the Ulamas and Nigerians in general. We all need to work together to achieve a better Nigeria.”

She urged Nigerians to pray for a peaceful transition of power in 2023, adding that citizens must unite to restore normalcy and peace in the most troubled parts of the country.

According to her, “Your Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, as you may be aware that this government is making its exit and perhaps witnessing the last anniversary of the regime, I ask Nigerians to pray for a successful election and transition programme.

“The regime might not have been a perfect one, but I want to seize this opportunity to seek forgiveness from the Ulamas and Nigerians in general. We all need to work together to achieve a better Nigeria.

“Your Excellencies, distinguished guests, it is also noticeable that our Naira is being evaluated and the foreign exchange rate has affected our economy causing a lot of hardship and difficulties in terms of education, health and other day-to-day activities of our citizens.”

While lauding the efforts of security agencies in fighting terrorism, she said Nigerians “must unite and fight against security challenges.”

“I’m particularly happy that our security agents have stood up to the challenges of security more than ever before. And at the moment, their efforts have been pushing the effects of banditry, kidnapping and many other ills in society.”

“I commend the efforts of our gallant security men and women and I want to pray for more successes in their operations,” Mrs. Buhari added.

To supplement government’s efforts towards citizens’ welfare, she said her office has put in place many programmes in areas such as agriculture, entrepreneurship, and engagement of youth and women to cushion the effects and provide alternatives.

“I, through my Aisha Buhari and Future Assured Foundation, have put in place deliberate efforts and programmes focused on improving the quality of women, youth and children.

“Through this effect, I have empowered many communities. I appreciate all my partners and collaborators, the wives of the governors, the wives of service chiefs, my associates, well-wishers, and international bodies, that is development partners, I thank them all.”

President Muhammadu Buhari was represented at the event by Senate President Ahmad Lawan.


BREAKING NEWS: Court nullifies Oyetola’s nomination as APC Osun governorship candidate

A Federal High Court, Abuja, on Friday, nullified the nomination of Governor Isiaka Oyetola of Osun as the All Progressives Congress (APC)’s candidate in the July 16 governorship election.

Justice Emeka Nwite, in a judgment, nullified Oyetola and his deputy governorship candidate, Benedict Alabi, on grounds that Gov. Mai Mala Buni of Yobe, who submitted their names to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) violated the provisions of Section 183 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Section 82(3) of the Electoral Act, 2022.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had filed the suit against Governor Buni, Governor Oyetola and others.

The PDP, through its counsel, Kehinde Ogunwumiju, SAN, had, on April 7, commenced the suit, challenging the nomination and sponsorship of Oyetola and his deputy as the duly nominated candidates of the APC for the recently concluded governorship poll, in which Sen. Ademola Adeleke was declared the winner by INEC.

Challenging the competence of the suit, Kunle Adegoke, SAN, who represented Oyetola, had contended, amongst other grounds, that the PDP did not have the locus to commence the action and that the suit was statute-barred.

But Ogunwumiju argued that the plaintiff (PDP) rightly commenced the suit under Section 285(14) (c) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended).

Delivering the judgment, Nwite agreed with the submissions of the PDP counsel and declared as null and void, the nomination of Oyetola and Alabi by the APC.

The court also held that Buni acted in contravention of the provision of Section 183 of the Constitution when he held dual executive positions as the Governor of Yobe and the Chairman of the National Caretaker Committee of APC.

The court said that the decisions taken by Governor Buni, including forwarding the names of Oyetola and Alabi to INEC, amounted to a nullity in law.

NAN reports that INEC declared the candidate of the PDP, Adeleke, the winner of the July 16 Osun governorship election.

The returning officer for the election and Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, announced that Adeleke got a total of 403,371 votes beating the incumbent, Oyetola of the APC, who got 375,027 votes in a keenly contested race.