Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi state has denied speculations that he was negotiating to defect from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the platform on which he was elected as state governor, to the ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC).
The denial was contained in a statement made available to newsmen in Bauchi on Friday by Mr Mukhtar Gidado, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) on media to the governor.
“In its front-page lead story of 20th November 2020, Thisday newspaper alleged that the Bauchi State Governor, Gov. Bala Mohammed was among three Governors, elected under the platform of PDP that are negotiating to join the ruling party, APC.
“We wish to state that the story is a disingenuous speculation driven by a clear marketing urge, to feed the appetites of readers whose hunger for salacious political news has been fueled by the movement of the Ebonyi State Governor, Engr. Dave Umahi, to the APC and the spate of political alignments and realignments in the country.
“We also wish to state that Gov. Bala Mohammed has never contemplated leaving the PDP, let alone joining the APC.
“Rather, he is presently preoccupied with fulfilling his campaign promises, on the basis of which the good people of Bauchi State-supported him, to defeat an incumbent administration.
“It is to the credit of the Bauchi political elite that, despite the division between the Legislature and the Executive in the State, each controlled by a different political party, they have constructed a novel bipartisan arrangement whereby the government of the State is jointly run, in the war against hunger, infrastructure deficit, the near-collapse of education and petty crimes,” Gidado said.
Gidado further stressed that the governor considered any talk about defecting to another party and all the permutations about 2023, as unwholesome distractions.
He added that it was Mohammed’s considered opinion that, not only are speculations premature but that it was the height of insensitivity, to the yearnings of the electorate for transformational change that would lift them from their despair to a new era of guaranteed security of lives and property, economic prosperity, political stability and national unity.
“Gov. Mohammed, therefore, asks his supporters, members of his political family and all the good people of Bauchi State to ignore the report as it has no substance whatsoever.
“The Governor also wishes to reassure the good people of Bauchi State that his Administration is firmly focused on ensuring a good life for all, irrespective of party affiliation, gender, tribe or creed.
Controversialcross-dresser, Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju popularly known as Bobrisky, has revealed her how much she charges for sleeping with men.
Bobrisky in a post share on his Snapchat, revealed he charges N10 million Naira for runs. He also announced his next appointment with a young billionaire, whom she charged N15million.
The male Barbie also warned men who can’t afford his price range to go and patronize runs girls who charger cheaper rate of N300K.
Bobrisky also made it clear to his Pontiac customers that he doesn’t collect N2 million Naira for “runs” because his a top babe.
His post on Snap reads,
“I want to go and do 15million runs tomorrow who wanna follow me? Shola Oremi you better let me hook u up with some billionaires dick. We don’t fuck for 2million naaaa God forbid. Our runs start from 10million and above. If you no get 10million there are cheaper girls in Lagos that can still collect 300k.”
There’s a new trailer for Play Network’s “Nneka the Pretty Serpent“, a remake of the 1992 Nollywood classic “Nneka the Pretty Serpent” and it’s giving us enough to hold us over before the premiere in a few weeks.
The more than two-minute trailer unveils Idia Aisien as Nneka (the lead role), also giving us a glimpse of the forthcoming remake which features Idia Aisien, Zack Orji, Bovi, Beverly Naya, Kenneth Okolie, Waje, Chioma Akpotha, Bimbo Ademoye, Shaffy Bello, Charles Inojie, Judith Audu, Beverly Osu, and Ndidi Obi to mention a few.
The dramatic trailer is enthralling, giving glimpses of what’s to come and the drama that will unfold. The anticipated sequel was directed by Tosin Igho, produced by Chris Odeh with Ramsey Nouah and Charles Okapeleke as the co-producers.