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Headlines: Two Prominent Politicians Defect To PDP, Tinubu Urges FG To Use Unoccupied Lands For Ranches

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Vacate Aso Rock - Bamgbose Tells Buhari

The rate of insecurity in Nigeria is giving so many prominent Nigerians concern.

Recently, Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq the National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance (CAGG) has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to honourably resign as Nigeria’s President.

According to Bamgbose, the services of the President are no longer needed by Nigerians since he cannot as the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, guarantee their safety.

Two Prominent Politician Defects To PDP

Barely a month after the Ebonyi state Governor, David Umahi joined All Progressive Congress (APC)

Two of his aides have resigned their appointments with the state government.

The aides, Mr Amaechi Oken, a Senior Technical Assistant to the Governor and Apostle Benjamin Obaji, a Technical Assistant, resigned their appointments earlier this month, Punch reports.

The Governor’s aides cited non-payment of salaries for some months as the reason for quitting their job in their resignation letter.

Tinubu Urges Govt To Convert Unoccupied Public Lands To Ranches

In the quest to reduce the series of Attacks lunched by fulani herdsmen. Prominent Politician like Bola Tinubu have adviced the Federal government on what to do.

Recently, The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Saturday spoke on the farmer-herder crisis, urging state governments to convert unoccupied public lands to ranches for herdsmen.

He also enjoined the Federal Government to convene a meeting of all state governors, security officials, traditional and religious leaders, including representatives of herders and farmers, to find solutions to the lingering conflict.

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