VIDEO: Today’s Headlines: Withdraw Support For Peter Obi -AAC To NLC, Obasanjo Eulogises Queen Elizabeth II

Today's Headlines: Withdraw Support For Peter Obi -AAC To NLC, Obasanjo Eulogises Queen Elizabeth II

Withdraw Support For Peter Obi – AAC To NLC

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The African Action Congress (AAC) has asked the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to withdraw its support for the candidature of Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party.

The AAC said this in a statement on Tuesday, signed by Femi Adeyeye, its spokesperson.

In June, the NLC and the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) declared their support for Obi in the 2023 elections.

The declaration of support for Obi’s candidature by the labour unions has elicited mixed reactions.

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Obasanjo Eulogises Queen Elizabeth II

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Olusegun Obasanjo, former president of Nigeria, says he will remember the late Queen Elizabeth II as an exemplary leader.

According to a statement by Kehinde Akinyemi, his media aide, Obasanjo said this on Monday in an interview with News Central TV in Ogun state.

Queen Elizabeth died on September 8. She was 96 years old.

The queen, who was Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, was laid to rest on Monday.

If Not For Buhari, Nigeria Would Have Gone Down – APC

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Deputy Director, Communication Strategy APC Presidential Campaign Council, Lanre Issa-Onilu, has said that Nigerians are patient because they have trust in the APC-led administration.

He also said that but for the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria would have gone down.

Court Orders Fresh APC Primary In Taraba

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The Federal High Court sitting in Jalingo has nullified the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election that produced Senator Emmanuel Bwacha as the flag bearer in Taraba State for the 2023 general election.

The presiding judge, Justice Simon Amobeda, ordered that a fresh primary poll be conducted within 14 days of the judgment.

Within seven days, it said the party should determine the mode for the fresh primary.

David Sabo Kente, one of the aspirants in the Taraba APC guber primary, on May 26 sued the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Senator Emmanuel Bwacha and APC as the first, second and third defendants respectively, challenging the legitimacy of the conduct of the primary.

The presiding judge, in determining the substantive suit, noted that the Chairman of the Taraba APC Governorship Election Committee had said there was no election and he did not order any election when he addressed a briefing at the Police Headquarters in Jalingo.

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