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It is disheartening and unfortunate that the opposition Peoples Democratic Party PDP has refused to call their hounds to order especially at this crucial campaign season and ahead of the 2023 general elections.

The PDP has now developed a new strategy of deploying their thugs along the road where our party, the APC campaign train is expected to follow as they demonstrated in Maguru village of Kaura Namoda local government area where they attack part of the campaign motorcade destroying vehicles including the State Radio Outside Broadcast OB Van, the State Radio Chairman’s vehicle, ZAROTA and many other vehicles belonging to our members and innocent commuters.

This is an unacceptable act capable of causing serious crisis in the state should the APC respond in the same jungle way.

The attacking thugs were seen by Maguru residents being dropped by a yellow painted vehicle, indicating that they were deployed from either the state capital, Gusau or imported from some other place to perpetrate the dastardly act and evacuated without being traced.

The PDP is certainty testing our earlier threat that we will be responding to their irresponsible acts in the same manner.

They have forgotten that we are civilized, cautious and law abiding but we will always immediately run to security agents to seek redress and we will not stop until justice is done to us and our members.

While calling on our members to remain calm as usual, we wish to categorically state that those behind the attack will be arrested and brought to face the consequences of their actions along with their sponsors.

We wish to advice the PDP to concentrate on campaigns that will bring them votes rather than the attacks that will end their members in castration as the APC will not be deterred by the attacks while seeking support from the good people of Zamfara.

We also wish to commend security operatives who moved in swiftly to ensure the return of peace in the area and appeal for their continued support to give us cover against these violent elements.

Yusuf Idris Gusau
APC Publicity Secretary
Zamfara State






Ms. Lauretta Onochie seems to be set at winning the battle against the vultures who have been feeding fat on the fortune of the people of the Niger Delta provided by the Federal Government through the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).



Sources close to the commission informed us that the ad hoc committee has looted resources of the commission such as motor vehicles and others assets in a very shameful manner, and are still bent on continuing to siphon monies meant for projects by the commission.


According to our source, the new Managing Director was alleged to have colluded with a Governor of one the South East States to pay the sum of 25Billion to the State ministry of works to pursue political agenda which was disguised as funding for projects to be carried out in collaboration with the commission.



However, in a successful bid to break the stranglehold of these vultures from the NDDC, the new board in spite of initial set back at their first meeting voted to confer on the Chairman the right to sign all Cheques of the commission before they are released from the coffers in order to curtail all forms of waste and underhand practices.




The board insisted that things would be done differently from now on because you can not continue to do things the same way and expect a different result.

In a boost of the position of the Board, Ms. Lauretta Onochie has been confirmed as the Executive Chairman of the board of the NDDC in a letter from the office Secretary of the Government of the Federation(SGF) and the NDDC has been moved back to the Office of the SGF from the Ministry of Niger Delta to ensure accountability. It is clear that the new executive Chairman is empowered and ready to replicate the kind of work that the late Professor Dora Akniyuli did at the National Agency For Food Drug Administration (NAFDAC) in her heydays.



The support of stakeholders in the Niger Delta Region and indeed Nigeria will go a long way to help her deliver on the mandate of the NDDC in alleviating the infrastructural deficit of the region and better the lives of the people by insisting on getting value for the huge resources being expended by the commission. We can only pray and wish her all the best.








Members of the Lagos State House of Assembly on Monday adopted recommendations of its Committee on Health Services for the proposed upgrade of some general hospitals to tertiary health institutions.


Five general hospitals may benefit from the planned upgrade with the Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. (Dr.) Mudashiru Obasa, saying secondary health centres like the ones in Badagry and Ikorodu established since the 1950s should benefit.


The resolution was made after a deliberation on the report submitted by the Chairman, House Committee on Health Services, Hon. Olusola Sokunle. 


In the report, the Chairman said that the committee went on a fact-finding mission to the general hospitals across the state to know the suitable hospitals that could be upgraded to tertiary institutions.


Sokunle said upgrading the general hospitals would reduce the pressure on the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).


His committee also recommended the establishment of renal and neurological departments in the proposed upgraded hospitals. 


The committee further recommended the overhauling of the Primary Health Centres (PHCs) by the state government with the local governments intensifying awareness and sensitisation  about the usefulness of the centres. 


According to Sokunle, land mass, high tech equipment and quality of medical personnel were part of the considerations by the committee.


Debating the report, Hon. Wahab Jimoh (Apapa 2), observed that there was need to consider other general hospitals within the Lagos Island Division, saying that general hospitals within the Lagos Mainland axis should be considered.


The Chief Whip, Hon. Mojisola Meirada (Apapa 1), argued that aside the establishment of renal departments in the upgraded general hospitals, there should be trauma and bone departments in each of them.


She said this would help in reducing the pressure on the Gbagada hospital trauma facility. 


In his contribution, Hon. Moshood Oshun ( Lagos Mainland 2), made case for the establishment of more general hospitals across the state instead of converting five hospitals to tertiary health facilities.


However, the Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. (Dr) Mudashiru Obasa, said that there was need to sustain the glory of the five general hospitals by upgrading them to tertiary health institutions.


Obasa said there was need to create synergy among general hospitals addi g that there must be regular sensitisation to make Primary Healthcare Centres more functional.


The Speaker further suggested the need for effective data collation for adequate information that could help determine if a Renal Specialist Hospital should be established.


Eromosele Ebhomele

Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly.

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President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived Lagos on a two-day visit for a "Lagos Festival of Projects" commissioning.


The Presidential aircraft touched the ground at 3:33pm and the President was received by Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, his deputy, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat and members of the State Executive Council. 


Governors Biodun Oyebanji (Ekiti) and Dapo Abiodun (Ogun) and former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, Service chiefs, All Progressives Congress (APC), among others also received the President.


President Buhari was welcomed at the Presidential Wing of Lagos Airport with pomp and pageantry by the Lagos State Cultural Troupe. 


He inspected the guard of honour at the Parade Ground before he flew out of the airport in a helicopter for commissioning of projects in some parts of Lagos State. 


The projects to be commissioned by President Buhari during the two-day working visit are Lekki Deep Seaport, Lagos Rice Mill, Imota, 18.75killometers Eleko-Epe rigid pavement six lane Expressway, First Phase of the Blue Light Rail from Mile Two to Marina and the John Randle Centre for Yoruba Culture and History. 


He will also commission a private project, MRS Lubricant, Apapa.










The rise of digital commerce has given birth to new ways for e-commerce retailers to improve their businesses and deliver an exceptional customer experience. 


This is due to the industry's constant adaptability to meet new demands and opportunities to create a seamless shopping experience by offering consumers a wide variety of products and services and finding new ways to connect with consumers through digital storefronts. As a business owner or someone involved, 

staying current with market trends is critical to capitalize on upcoming opportunities and lessen the impact of potential disruptions. Over the last three years, e-commerce has significantly grown, pushing millions more consumers to shop online. In 2023, the e-commerce industry is set to slowly take over the world, as revenue in the market is projected to reach US$9.02 billion in 2023.


Here are some of the most significant and disruptive e-commerce trends that could be adopted to enhance customer experience while also expanding businesses:The Rise of Social CommerceA trend that is expected to gain momentum in 2023 is the use of social media for e-commerce.


 Many businesses in Nigeria are already using platforms like Facebook and Instagram to sell their products, but this trend is expected to increase in the coming year as social media is a powerful tool for reaching potential customers and building brand awareness. Businesses that take advantage of this trend will be well-positioned for success.


The Rise of OmnichannelShoppers are no longer limited to a single device or channel as they research products, compare prices, complete a sale seamlessly across channels, and flip between devices without losing their place in the purchase journey. 


According to the National Communication Commission (NCC), 89% of internet users make purchases online, with another 24% planning to do so in the near future.


 This trend has led many e-commerce platforms, like Jumia, to ensure that their channels can be accessed regardless of the platform or channel. 


As a result, consumers can log in to their accounts through the app or website on any device of their choice. 


This ease of shopping is expected to contribute to an increase in online sales.Seamless Payment Options


Nigeria's economic policy is gradually shifting towards cashless payment, with digital and electronic banking being implemented nationwide.


 Furthermore, following the announcement of the new withdrawal limit by the Central Bank of Nigeria, more transactions are expected to be conducted electronically.


This demand for electronic transactions has attracted payment facilitators from all over the world as Nigeria's online commerce and financial technology industries are strengthened by a fast-growing youth population, expanding consumer power, and increased smartphone penetration. 


This is especially important for small businesses that use payment solution providers to ease the payment process for their customers. Payment Solutions Service Providers, like JumiaPay, can take advantage of these opportunities in the market. 


Beyond this, payment solution providers, like JumiaPay, would also benefit from offering services for electricity bills payment, TV subscriptions, and airtime/data recharge to their consumers.


Consumer PersonalizationAnother important trend in 2023 is the increasing use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in e-commerce.


 These technologies can help businesses personalize their customer interactions, improve the accuracy of their recommendations, and make more informed decisions.

Personalizing a customer's online shopping experience is crucial to increasing online sales and bolstering e-commerce success.


 Users are growing weary of algorithm-powered interfaces instead of user-generated or user-inspired interfaces and longing for tailored and customized experiences.


 Customers want to believe someone is paying attention to them behind a computer screen. 


It doesn't have to be anything elaborate; it might be as straightforward as a customized email, a carefully chosen discount code, or something else.Overall, the e-commerce industry in Nigeria is expected to see significant growth in 2023, driven by rising smartphone adoption, a growing middle class, and government support. Businesses that are able to keep up with these trends and adapt to the changing market will be well-positioned for success in the coming year.







The president of Cameroon, Paul Biya has been in the news for some days following the unpleasant scene he created at the US-Africa leaders’ summit.


Paul Biya who is hardly seen in public surprised many at the summit when he started behaving strangely; He was led to the podium to deliver a speech but forgot about the place he was. He was heard asking his aide that led him to the podium about where he was.


He clearly had no clue about where he was at that time and kept on staring at the speech written for him while passing gas in an unpleasant manner in the presence of leaders around the world.


While this is quite unfortunate, it is the fulfilment of Primate Ayodele’s warning which he gave in 2022 regarding the Cameroonian president. Primate Ayodele in a viral video uploaded on his tiktok account advised the president to step down because he will be incapacitated. The man of God categorically mentioned that the president’s trouble will start from dementia into other life threatening illnesses.


These were his words


‘’I am seeing that the Cameroonian president, unless he resigns, the country will not move forward. The country is about to break but don’t allow it so it won’t cause war. What I am telling the president is he doesn’t understand the government anymore and his people and military are angry. The minority are in pain, resources are not flowing, the country isn’t doing well. You have spent too much time in the position, why not take your time to do the right thing before the country begins to have problems? Before your health begins to have problems? You will start with dementia, Cameroonian president will have dementia disease….’’’


What Paul Biya suffered at the US-Africa summit is dementia because it has to do with easily forgetting things no matter how important they are. Paul Biya flew from his country to the venue, was aware of the summit but when it was time to deliver his speech, he totally forgot everything, pronouncing how bad his dementia is just as Primate Ayodele forewarned.


There is no doubt about the fact that Primate Ayodele spoke from the throne of heavens when he gave this warning but the president didn’t listen; this has led to a global disgrace for him and the nation.


Some other presidents were also warned by the man of God especially in Africa and this is a wake-up call for them to listen to Primate Ayodele’s prophecy to avoid suffering the consequences just like Paul Biya. If Paul Biya had resigned as president, he would not have been at the Africa-US summit not to talk of his health challenges surfacing on a global platform.


However, there are other parts of the prophecy that are yet to be fulfilled; the military are yet to show their anger and of course, if the president still continues to ignore Primate Ayodele’s advice to resign, there may be a military uprising in Cameroon.









* Grace Nation sets to organized Nationwide rally to sensitize voters ahead of 2023 General Election


* Harvest of Testimonies as South Africa Branch of Grace Nation joins International Headquarters Church for Prophetic  Service in Lagos


It is a place for a prophet to pray and declared a words for the womb of destiny to be open, the office of a Prophet as a Servant of God have what it takes to decides what is good or otherwise because they are the mouthpiece of Elohim


These and more are the words of God that came out through his Servant the Generational prophet of God Dr Chris Okafor at the Sunday Glorious service of Grace Nation on Sunday 22nd 2023 in Lagos Nigeria,  which was tagged "Opening the womb of destiny"


The Lead Pastor of Grace Nation International aka Liberation city Dr Chris Okafor in his sermon with subtitle "How The Prophet works" explained that for a womb to be open, it simply means a chapter of greater things bigger than human imagination will be open, and the only people of Person that have that power or what it's takes to make it happen is the father (spiritual Father), when your spiritual Father speaks ,he speaks the mind of God, and the only way to access the plans of God for you is to listen to instructions,through your spiritual fathers,  so therefore this is how a father works,he act as an intermediary between you and Elohim, when you listen and follow his instructions to the latter,  God answer all your requests in speed, therefore the work of a father's is to prepare you and ensure that all the good plan of Elohim come to fulfillment in your Life Dr Okafor remarked


It was a deliverance galore at the Sunday Glorious services of Grace Nation, it was a special day for expectant mothers, God remember them with Prophetic words through his Servant Dr Chris Okafor that before the months of September and October 2023,They will all dedicates there miracle Babies, because God have remember them and their womb of Destiny is open.


The south Africa Branch of Grace Nation in Johannesburg recorded tremendous Testimonies as the church join the International Headquarters Live for the Sunday Glorious and Prophetic service from Lagos Nigeria. Many deliverance,  healings took place as God also profile solution to many predicament..


Meanwhile the Generational Prophet of God Dr Chris Okafor have declared that plan are in top gear to organize a Nationwide sensitization Rally to enlighten Nigerian on how to vote properly for there prefer candidate saying the few days remaining to the general election will determine what will happen to them in the next 8 years, We will go round the roads in our thousands to let the electorate know why they must vote wisely Dr Chris Okafor maintained




The CEO of RevolutionPlus property, Bamidele Onalaja has been accused of a N15 Million scam.


This was made known by a customer of the property company who revealed that he purchased a landed property worth N15 Million since 2020 but is yet to be allocated three years after.

The customer explained that the company is fond of sending email notifications for allocation only to go back and forth regarding the allocation process.


In a video shared on Instagram, the customer caused a scene at the company’s office to further express his displeasure in the company.

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