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Male Journalists Creating Division In Kaduna NAWOJ, Chairperson Cries Out

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Male Journalists Creating Division In Kaduna NAWOJ, Chairperson Cries Out

 

FRCN Director News urges voters to go for best candidate

 

The Chairperson of the National Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), Kaduna State Chapter, Hajiya Fatima Mahuta has cried out that male journalists are bent on creating division in NAWOJ.

 

She expressed this, when Team Farida Abubakar visited the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), ahead of the NIgeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Kaduna Council Polls, billed for December 16.

 

“It is a pains me that the men are the ones trying to cause wahala between the two ladies.

 

“Why don’t they bring out a man against the women and then they will know what we women can do,” she said.

 

Speaking further, she wished the Team Faridalll the best in the election.

 

In his remarks at the meeting, the Assistant Director News FRCN, Yunusa Garba urged all eligible voters to go for the best candidate at the polls.

 

“As far as we are concerned as veterans, we would always tell you to go for the best.

 

“I want to passionately appeal.to you to go round, get the best to lead us,” he charged.

 

While thanking Farida Campaign Team for visiting FRCN, he gave them his blessings ahead of the polls.

 

“I will like to thank the team for visiting us and wish you the best,” he said.

 

In her remarks earlier, Farida Abubakar said that experience matters in leadership position and she has served as NAWOJ Chairman in Kaduna State, NUJ chairman KSMC Chapel as well as the Chief Press Secretary to former Kaduna First Lady.

 

“As NAWOJ Chairperson I did so much within 13 months. Vote for me, if not for anything, to unite our members,” she appealed.

 

Speaking further, she stressed the need for members of the union to be united.

 

“I beg of you all, let’s be united. I have never fought anybody and election will not make me fight anybody. If I lose, I will join hands with whoever wins and move the union forward.

 

“We are professionals so we should not be fighting anybody, but one thing that is certain is that I have been cleared to contest the election,” she declared.

 

 

In his vote of thanks, Balarabe Lawal Zaria said that a vote for Farida will not be regretted ad it would translate to growth of the union.

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PDP in Yola South, Endorsed Comrade Bapullo Aspiration Come 2023.

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Members of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP in Adarawo ward, Yola south local government have endorsed the aspiration of comrade Abdurrahman Bapullo for member Yola south constituency.

At an endorsement ceremony that took place at the party’s office lumel-wuro Hausa Adarawo, the party faithfuls solicit total support from other wards for his election bid in 2023 general election.

Addressing newsmen at the party’s office, the PDP chairman Adarawo ward, Mallam Baba mijinyawa said the reason behind the endorsement of comrade Abdurrahman Bapullo is based on his track record in serving humanity and urged the party’s faithfuls in Yola south to rally round their son for the victory of the party in the general election.

Mallam Baba also called on excos and delegates to support Bapullo’s aspiration for better representation so as to enjoy dividends of democracy.

In their separate remarks, the youths leader of PDP in Adarawo ward Nuhu Bibi and the women leader, Maimunatu Murtala called on women and Youths to give necessary support to Bapullo to represent youths in the state House of assembly.

On his part, Abubakar Usman who spoke on behalf of the Adarawo community in Yola south, explained that the Bapullo’s endorsement was based on merit for the good people of Yola south constituency.

In his acceptance speech, the Peoples Democratic Party PDP aspirant for Yola south Adamawa state House of assembly comrade Abdurrahman Bapullo, thanked the Adarawo community and its environs for their solidarity and confidence reposed in him to represent the good people of Yola south.

Comrade Bapullo also called on the party faithfuls to support his aspiration so as to actualise his dream in overturning the fortunes of Yola south constituency for better representation.

Abdurrahman Bapullo pointed out that he entered politics to represent youths which according to him, youths are the backbone of every developed society.

The human right activist, used the opportunity to congratulate Muslim ummah for the successful completion of the holy month of Ramadan fast and urged them to imbibe the virtues of kindness, tolerance, love, peace and harmony, sacrifice as exemplified by the holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)

Comrade Bapullo wishes all Muslim ummah a happy Eidel Fitir salla celebration and prays that the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be with them.

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Breaking; Sultan declare Monday, as first day of Shawwal 1443/2022.

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Sultan Saad Abubakar has declared Sunday as end of fasting month of Ramadan and May 2 as Eid-el-Fitr.

This is contained in a statement by the Chairman, Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs, Sultanate Council Sokoto, Prof. Sambo Wali Junaid on Saturday.

“The Sultanate Council Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs in conjunction with the National Moon Sighting Committee did not receive any report from various Moon Sighting Committees across the country confirming the sighting of the New Moon of Shawwal 1443AH, on Saturday, 30 April, 2022 which was the 29th day of Ramadan 1443AH.

“Therefore, Sunday, 1s May, 2022 is the 30h day of the month of Ramadan 1443AH.

His Eminence, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar CFR, mni, the Sultan of Sokoto and President General, Nigeria Supreme Council for lslamic Affairs (NSCIA) has accepted the report and accordingly declared Monday, 2nd May, 2022 as the first day of Shawwal 1443AH. (Day of Eid-El-Fitr).

His Eminence, the Sultan felicitates with the Nigerian Muslim Ummah and wishes them Allah’s guidance and blessings. The Sultan while urging the Muslim Ummah to continue to pray for peace progress and development of the Gountry he also wishes all Muslims a happy Eid-El-Fitr.

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ADSHA Member in Certificate Scandal.

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A member representing Fufore/Gurin State Constituency at the Adamawa State House of Assembly, Hon. Shuaibu Babas is alleged to have forged his First School Leaving Certificate, FSLC.

A constituent who presented photocopies of alleged forged document to Apex News Exclusive, but pleaded anonymity said, it is unconstitutional to allow someone who has committed such scandal to continue to represent his constituency.

The documents reveals that Hon. Babas finished at LGEA Primary School, Kukawa in 1986, at Yamatu Deba LGA in Gombe State, and collected FSLC on 25 April same year.

However, further checks countered Hon. Babas’ claims. According to the letter from the Ministry of Education, Gombe State, in reply to an enquiry, titled Re-Verification of certificate of primary school in respect of Shuaibu Babas, dated 6th September, 2019, and signed by Ali Yaya Ahmed, Ag. Director of Exams, for Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Gombe State, the certificate was forged.

The recommendation memo, MOE/S/EXAMS/E.20/V.II, stated that, as at the time claimed by the certificate (1986), Gombe was not created. The ministry also questioned the use of a letter heading, bearing Gombe State in 1986.

Accordingly, the State Education Ministry said, in 1986, Yamatu Deba LG, as claimed by the certificate was not created.

More damming is the 25th April, 1986, the day of the issuance of the certificate. Perusing through 1986 calendar, the said date fall on Sunday, which is not working day.
In its submission, the Gombe State Ministry of Education declare the certificate invalid, null and void, because of it forgery status.

The constituent is calling on relevant authorities to act to save the integrity of the hallowed state legislature by asking Hon. Babas to resign.
Several calls by this media organization to reach Hon. Babas were not returned as at the time of filing this story.

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