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Acting President Yemi Osinbajo met with some governors to discuss how to battle hate speech and the agitation for secession by a section of the country.
The 36 governors of Nigeria have revealed that they will offset the backlog of salary they owed workers as soon as second batch of Paris Club loan is paid.
Governors on the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) platform are divided over the attendance of the planned convention of the Ali Modu Sheriff faction of the party.
Osun state Senator Isiaka Adeleke died on Saturday, April 23, at Bikets Hospital in Oshogbo the Osun state capital after suffering a heart attack.
Ayo Fayose and the Board of Trustee of PDP have spoken against the judgement of a Court of Appeal declaring Ali Modu Sheriff as the national party chairman.
He said the governors must be mandated to stop such frivolous expenditures and save the states they have been elected to govern.
State governors have turned local governments, whether headed by elected councils or sole administrators’ into their cash cows.
The state can provide incentives for businesses to strive. Most importantly, they should invest in health and human development (education).
What is intriguing about the foreign trips is their failure in virtually all the states, the governors have refused to let go their flair.
It is demonic for governors to continue to enjoy undisclosed security votes monthly uninterrupted, yet owe salaries and pensions for months.