In the statement, which he personally signed, the former Governor of Lagos State said: “The month of May, which in 1999 heralded the rebirth of democracy again in Nigeria after almost 16 years of unbroken military interregnum, is also…
Sources close to the national headquarters of the party said Tinubu flew into Abuja earlier in the week to intervene in the crisis brewing over the ward congress across the state, which affected his interests.
The former Lagos State Commissioner for Information, who addressed delegates for the primary in Ado-Ekiti, described as “laughable” the rumour making the rounds that he had stepped down.
The minister spoke at the 10th Bola Tinubu Colloquium and his 66th birthday celebration held at the Eko Hotel, Lagos with the theme “Investing in People’’.
The party made the assertion in a statement by Malam Bolaji Abudulahi, its National Publicity Secretary on Wednesday in Abuja, while felicitating with Tinubu on his 66th birthday.
In a letter to Osinbajo, Tinubu said that the vice president, who clocked 61 on Wednesday, had remained committed to the principles of justice, fairness, honesty and equality of all people.
The Special Adviser to the President on House of Representatives Matters, Suleiman Kawu, made the appeal while briefing newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Kalu made the call on Sunday night while speaking with newsmen at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos.
Tinubu commiserated with President Buhari in a condolence letter, released by his Media Officer, Tunde Rahman, on Wednesday in Lagos.
In one way or another, we all have felt the sting of man’s capacity to wrong his fellow man. But we are also endowed with the God-given spirit to overcome adversity and to make of old enemies, new allies and even brothers. I stand before…
Tinubu made the call when the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, led the Senate and House of Representatives Committee on the review of 1999 Constitution on a visit at his residence in Lagos on Saturday.