The immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has directed members of Peoples Democratic Party and his supporters in the state not to vote for Senator Abiodun Olujinmi in the National Assembly election in 2019.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the three-member committee was led by its Chairman, Senator Kabiru Gaya.
The Federal Ministry of Finance has denied knowledge of a $3.5 billion fund allegedly kept and utilised by the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation for fuel subsidy.
Olujimi, also an aspirant but stepped down for a former National Publicity Secretary of the party, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, said the need for unity in the party was needed now more than ever before.
As earlier reported by The Eagle Online, the police stormed Melaye’s home in Abuja after he was stopped from travelling out of the country to Morocco on Monday morning
The policemen disclosed this during an interaction with some senators who sought to known the position of things, a discussion that The Eagle Online was privy to
Leading debate on the bill, Olujimi said the bill sought to elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. She added that the bill further made provision for the adoption of temporary special measures to eliminate discrimination…
While urging the lawmakers to pass the bill, Olujimi said discrimination amongst women in education, employment and against any person and any ground whatsoever should be eliminated
Those issued with the certificates were a former Deputy Governor of the state during the first tenure in office of Governor Ayo Fayose, Chief Abiodun Olujimi, who won as senator-elect representing Ekiti South Senatorial District; Duro…
Olujimi stated: "I hereby state categorically that I am both a financial and physical supporter of the South Agenda
Olujimi told the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Ado-Ekiti that she found it painful that of the more than 50 governorship aspirants in the state, none is a woman