John Oyegun, Balarabe Musa Disagree On Success Of New Government

john oyegun, alhaji musa disagree on success of new governmentThe former Governor of old Kaduna State and Elder Statesman, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, and the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Oyegun, have disagreed on the ability of the new government to take Nigeria to the next level.

While Alhaji Musa is asking Nigerians not to expect anything different from the new government because, according to him, it is the same old people in a new club or party, so nothing different should be expected.

The National Chairman of the party, Chief Oyegun, disagrees totally with Alhaji Musa’s claim,  saying Nigerians should expect good result from the APC led government.

Both men spoke to Channels Television on Telephone on our programme, ‘’The Inauguration’’.

Chief Oyegun explains further that the APC believes in uplifting the lives of the ordinary Nigerian and would not deviate from that and that the President, Muhammadu Buhari, is a tested leader who is incorruptible, adding that there is hope for a better Nigeria.

On his part, Alhaji Musa said his assessment of the character of the leaders in APC brings him to the conclusion that nothing has changed.

JTF Arrest High Profile Boko Haram Commander In Maiduguri

The Joint Task force (JTF) in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital, has arrested a leader of the Boko Haram sect in the north-central Nigeria.

Mohammed Zangina popularly called Mallam Abdullahi or Alhaji Musa, was arrested on Sunday, in GRA Maiduguri around 12:30 midday following a special operation conducted by the task force in the city.

A statement issued by the JTF spokesman of Borno command, Lieutenant Colonel Sagir Musa said Mohammed Zangina was among those on the wanted lists and a bounty of N25million was placed on him by the JTF in November last year.

The statement said the insurgent was in Maiduguri to strategize several deathly attacks for Sunday, being planned on innocent civilians and security personnel.

The statement also revealed that Mohammed Zangina has coordinated most of the suicide attacks and bombings in Abuja, Jos, Kaduna, Kano and Potiskum in Yobe state.

The statement concludes that the terrorist is currently undergoing interrogation.