Date
February 9, 2019

Giant APC Broom Erected At Abuja City Gate, Nigerians React [SEE PHOTOS]

  Nigerians have taken to social media to rant over the construction of a giant broom in front of the Abuja City Gate. NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that Residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) noted that as of Thursday, it wasn’t clear what was being constructed when they began, but afterwards, it turned out to be the broom symbol of the All Progressives Congress (APC). See reactions of some angry Nigerians who expressed dissatisfaction at the wasteful spendings of the present Buhari – led APC administration below as obtained by NEWS FLAKES NG; [Read]

Buhari rains curses on PDP, says “God will Punish Them for 16yrs of Misrule” [READ MORE]

  President Muhammadu Buhari says God would punish the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for its alleged corrupt activities in the country while in power for 16 years. Buhari said this when he received both local and international support groups at the State House, Abuja, on Friday. He said his administration would continue to prosecute those it can. Buhari maintained that on assumption of power in 2015, he approached the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for money and he was told there was no money in the federal coffers. He said: “Large scale abuse of trust, only God can give them punishment but those we can touch, we will get them [Read]

Buhari won’t get 50% of votes in Bauchi – APC lawmaker [READ MORE]

  A member of the Bauchi State House of Assembly, Aminu Tukur, has vowed that President Muhammadu Buhari will not get up to 50 per cent of the votes in the state in next month’s presidential election . Tukur said that for supporting the re -election bid of Governor Mohammed Abubabakar , Buhari would not receive from the people the kind of support he had been enjoying from the state . Tukur, who represents Lere / Bula Constituency on the platform of the All Progressives Congress , said , “Buhari cannot decide the fate of the people of Bauchi State , if he had 90 per cent supporters in 2015, [Read]