Gombe Governor Commends Fayose’s Administration In Ekiti

Ayodele Fayose, Ibrahim Dakwambo, Gombe, EkitiGombe State Governor, Ibrahim Dakwambo, has commended his Ekiti State counterpart, Mr Ayodele Fayose for what he called tremendous achievements in the state for just two years in office.

Governor Dakwambo gave the commendation during the foundation laying ceremony of a town hall which was at no cost to the state government, at the Palace of Ewi of Ado Ekiti, Oba Rufus Adejugbe Aladesanmi, in the state’s capital in southwest Nigeria.

Mr Dakwambo stated that Governor Fayose had exhibited that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was the only party that had the interest of the common people at heart.

He also lauded Mr Fayose’s administration, describing him as a man of great ideas.

The Gombe State Governor further pledged his administration’s support for the government and people of Ekiti State throughout the construction of the project.

On his part, Governor Fayose revealed that the project would cost 150 Naira and would be founded by his friends.

Oba Aladesanmi commended both governors and prayed God to grant their heart desires.

PDP Crisis: Reconciliation Committee Presents Recommendations To Sheriff

Ali Modu Sheriff, PDP, Jerry GanaThe reconciliation committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says it is making frantic efforts to reunite aggrieved members of the party.

The reunion is part of efforts to put things in place ahead of the proposed PDP national convention.

The Chairman of the reconciliation committee, Professor Jerry Gana, was briefing journalists after a meeting with the Senator Ali Modu Sheriff’s faction of the party on Friday in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

He says the committee hopes to reconcile all warring factions before the party’s convention.

Professor Gana hinted that the committee had presented its recommendations to Senator Sheriff’s faction and expressed optimism that it would promote reconciliation if implemented.

At a separate meeting with party members from the northeast, Gombe State Governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, asked members to be cautious of the decisions to be taken by various leaders of the party to avoid plunging it into another round of crisis.

The PDP Youth Leader in Kaduna State, Ahmed Maiyaki and federal lawmaker, Tony Nwulu, insisted that the youths be carried along in the process.

The party has been struggling with its leadership crisis since it lost the presidential elections in 2015.


In May, some members of the party at a convention in Port Harcourt removed Senator Sheriff as its Chairman and set up a caretaker committee led by Senator Ahmed Makarfi.

After, his removal, Senator Sheriff continued to carry himself as the leader of the party, insisting that a court order had nullified the convention that led to his removal.

The situation brought a divide in the party, that led to the setting up of the reconciliation committee by the PDP Board of Trustee saddled with the responsibility of reconciling the factions.

Senator Sheriff is expected to study the recommendations of the committee ahead of a bigger meeting with the contending factions before the proposed convention.

NEMA Donates Items To Gombe Blast Victims

NEMA Donates Items To Gombe Blast VictimsThe National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has donated medical consumables worth millions of Naira to victims of the bomb blast at two Motor parks in Gombe State, north-east Nigeria.

The items donated by NEMA on behalf of the Federal Government came as part of measures to enhance their speedy treatment.

The donation was made by the Director General of NEMA, Dr Mohammed Sidi, on Sunday, when he visited the victims at the Federal Medical Centre, Gombe, in company of the State Governor, Ibrahim Dakwambo.

He said his visit was to assess the impact of the blast and also commiserate with the State government and people of Gombe State over the unfortunate incident.

He prayed for the quick recovery of the injured ones and commended the hospital management for its prompt intervention in trying to save the lives of the victims.

Governor Dakwambo expressed shock that the suicide bombers could gain access inside the motor park, despite the water tight security put in place by the motor park officials.

He then promised that the State government would bear the cost of treatment of the victims, advising transport workers to ensure adequate security at their various motor parks so as to avoid future attacks by the insurgents.

The Chief Medial Director of the hospital also assured Governor Dakwambo and the NEMA officials that the victims were in stable condition.