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Elegy: May God Deliver Wike from Demon of Anger, Dele Momodu Prays for Rivers Gov

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By Eric Elezuo

The Director of Strategic Communications of the Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Council, Chief Dele Momodu, has said the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, deserves pity and prayers, adding that he would continue to pray for him that God can deliver him from the demon of anger, which according to him, presently possessed the governor.

Speaking via his verified Instagram handle, Momodu revealed that nearly one year since the Rivers Governor lost his bid to win the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, he has remained embittered, inconsolable and continues to sulk.

The Ovation Media Group Chief Executive Officer chided the governor, stressing that he is a control freak, who is not in the habit of listening to a second opinion.

While acknowledging that Wike was a brilliant’ administrator, Momodu lamented that he had a sad and unfortunate end as a result of his uncontrolled anger and desire to always control people, adding that Peter Obi, that he ‘stylistically intimidated out of PDP’, and who went ahead to become the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) has even gained more relevance than him at the present.

Read Momodu’s statement in full:

Nearly one year after GOVERNOR NYESOM WIKE lost the PDP Presidential Primary election, he remains inconsolable and continues to sulk endlessly… As his big Brother who loves him so much, I will continue to offer him prayers so that God can deliver him fully from this demon of ANGER.

WIKE truly deserves our pity and prayers. He is a hardworking man who suffers from several afflictions like many mortals: the chief of which is Rabid anger. He is a control freak who expects everyone to bow and tremble before him no matter your age or influence in society. Sometimes, when God has been so kind to a man, he may begin to see himself as God.
WIKE is gloating that ATIKU lost the election, the process of which is still ongoing. But WIKE lost his own election since last year and he is yet to recover. WIKE is happy that DR IYORCHIA AYU is no longer our National Chairman. Oh, but despite his attacks against the gentleman, WIKE’s power and wealth couldn’t remove him. Only cowards mock the “dead” in battle. Like a suicide bomber, WIKE terminated the dreams of three of his Governor friends, in his war of attrition. So what exactly did he gain? He said I did not win any vote but we both lost, yet he wasted billions of state resources on pursuing a dream he couldn’t achieve. I remain a journalist without borders, while he continues to oppress his hapless and seemingly helpless victims in Rivers State. Even the PETER OBI that he stylistically intimidated out of PDP is far more relevant today. ALHAJI ATIKU ABUBAKAR remains a global statesman in politics and in business. And he still can’t do without the ARISE NEWS that he pretends to hate so much.

What is there to gloat about?

WIKE will know life better after May 29, 2023, no matter what position he occupies thereafter. No one would ever trust him. He will be viewed with suspicion and derision. He may become the first Governor Emeritus to live in the Government House with the new Governor or move the Governor into his own Guest chalet for the sole purpose of signing documents. It is the way the cookie crumbles. What a sad end to a brilliant career!! Very unfortunate.

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Atiku Sympathises with Tinubu over ‘Unfortunate’ Fall on Democracy Day Parade Ground

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By Eric Elezuo

A former Vice President and Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 elections, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has sympathized with President Bola Tinubu over his fall while trying to board a parade truck to inspect parade at the Eagle Square on Wednesday.

The former Vice President expressed his sympathies via his verified X account, describing the fall as ‘unfortunate incident’, and hoping that all is well with the President.

He wrote:

“I sincerely sympathize with President Bola Tinubu over this unfortunate incident as he was set to review the parade on Democracy Day. I hope that all is well with him -AA”

Recall that while Tinubu attempted to mount the open truck for inspection of parade, he slipped and fell. But he was quick to pick himself up again with the help of his aides, who came to his rescue.

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Democracy Day Parade: Tinubu Slips, Falls, Recovers

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President Bola Tinubu on Wednesday slipped and fell while boarding the parade vehicle at the venue of the 2024 Democracy Day.

The President had approached the vehicle shortly after he arrived at the Eagles Square, Abuja venue of the programme.

Our correspondent observed that the President lost his footing momentarily as he was about to step into the vehicle.

However, despite the slip, the President quickly regained his balance and continued with the proceedings.

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Glo Maintains 18 Years Tradition, Sponsors Ojude Oba Festival Again

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Digital solutions provider, Globacom, has announced that it will again be partnering with the organizers of the popular Ojude Oba festival this year in continuation of a tradition it started 18 years ago.

Speaking at the pre-event press conference held at Awujale’s Palace in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, Globacom’s representative, Mr. Kazeem Kaka, restated the company’s commitment to uplifting Nigeria’s rich cultural heritage.

“Our sponsorship of festivals is aimed at identifying with the cultures and traditions of the Nigerian people, as an indigenous brand. Our involvement in the celebration of Ojude Oba festival is therefore geared towards promoting the unique tradition and custom of the Ijebu people”, Kaka said.

Globacom’s collaboration with the custodians of this festival, Mr. Kaka explained, underscores the company’s commitment to the rich heritage of the nation which is externalised through these festivals.

“It is our belief that our continued support for Ojude Oba will further strengthen the festival and entrench it as a world class carnival which will attract even more tourists from across the world. We are convinced that this partnership will further foster a symbiotic relationship with immense benefits for both Globacom and Ijebuland”, he added.

In his speech, the Chairman, Ojude Oba Planning Committee, Chief Olu Okuboyejo, paid tribute to Globacom for its massive support for the celebration which he noted serves as a reminder of the historical antecedents of the Ijebu people.

Themed: “Unity and Harmony in Ijebuland…The gift of Ojude Oba”, the 2024 edition of the festival is the 18th time that Globacom will be partnering with the Ojude Oba Planning Committee as the main sponsor of the festival.

Ojude Oba is celebrated annually two days after the Islamic  Eid El-Kabr festival and it’s a social gathering where all divergent issues affecting the lives of the Ijebu people are addressed. It is also a cornerstone for the development of the community socially, politically and economically.

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