NSCDC refutes alleged hijack of money by personnel in Ekiti | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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NSCDC refutes alleged hijack of money by personnel in Ekiti | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

NSCDC refutes alleged hijack of money by personnel in Ekiti | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

The Commandant-General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Dr. Ahmed Audi, has described as false, frivolous and perhaps a figment of imagination of the writer and a media report alleging hijacking of money ..

NSCDC • Bamidele congratulates governor-elect over victory at polls • APC did not buy any vote, says Oyebanji The Commandant-General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Dr.Tinubu.Children in classroom This is against the backdrop that the perspectives, experiences, beliefs, knowledge, skills and attitudes that will determine how today’s children will carry out the task of nation building tomorrow have their roots in childhood.Atiku Three years later, when the Ozziddi King came out with Africa, Now Or Never, the Jada, Adamawa state-born Customs officer was getting ready to quit the Department of Customs and Excise, where he attained the position of Deputy Director.

Ahmed Audi, has described as false, frivolous and perhaps a figment of imagination of the writer and a media report alleging hijacking of money belonging to agents of one of the political parties arrested for vote-buying and thuggery.He said the report was an attempt to cast aspersion on the image and credibility of the Corps, warning those involved to desist from further maligning the agency..In a communique issued in Abuja yesterday, Audi said the personnel of the agency drafted to monitor the gubernatorial polls in Ekiti State arrested two persons, namely Tope Aderibigbe, also known as “Say War”, aged 36, in connection with thuggery and 42-year-old Mrs.This would have shown Nigerians and the global community how the Nigerian state is building a better world for children.Oguntoyinbo Bilikisu for vote-buying.The best wars are those fought without firing a single bullet.He explained that after searching the suspects, N6,720 was found on Oguntoyinbo, saying that it is malicious to allege that a money belonging to any political party, agents or any individual at Ikere-Ekiti Local Council polling unit was hijacked by the NSCDC.He came so close, yet situation and circumstances in the presidential primary made it impossible for him to clinch the ticket.

MEANWHILE, the governor-elect in Ekiti State, Mr.Many Nigerians have interpreted Asiwaju’s Abeokuta outburst in different ways.Therefore, Mr.Biodun Oyebanji, yesterday, said that neither himself, nor the APC was involved in the alleged vote-buying during the gubernatorial polls.Oyebanji, who spoke with newsmen after he was presented to President Muhammadu Buhari as winner of the Ekiti election by chairman of the APC, Abdullahi Adamu, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, said his victory came by dint of the hard-work carried out by the APC-led administration in the state, coupled with his campaigns backed by a more reasonable manifesto to the people.This writer will argue that the assertion Emi Lokan can be interpreted in different contexts and in this article as the knowledge of the right time to strike a red-hot iron.Also speaking, Adamu affirmed that the allegation of vote-buying was raised by the opposition elements that were losing at the polls.Therefore, people holding trust for Nigerian children should rise up to the occasion and push for interventions and investment towards realising child rights in the country.RELATEDLY, Chairman, Southern Senators’ Forum and Chairman, Senate Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters, Michael Opeyemi Bamidele, has congratulated Oyebanji for his victory at the polls.The statement shows that the individual already mentally own what they ask for even before making the demand.He jumped at the opportunity provided by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, who secured the presidential ticket of PDP, to serve as his running mate.

Bamidele, who described Oyebanji’s victory as a well-deserving landslide success, said both the APC and its candidate were worthy of the massive votes of the electorate.He said that with Oyebanji as governor, Ekiti people are in safe hands.How beautiful will victory be if there was no need to fight? That was what Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu did, he did not need to fight, he only made a demand when he knew it was time.Specifically, they should ensure that millions of children in states that have domesticated Child Rights Act 2003 enjoy their rights by mounting pressure on the state governments for full implementation.In this article.

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