Muslims, Christians In Kaduna Call For NNPC Probe

APC-members organise prayer in kadunaMuslim and Christian members of the APC have called on the incoming President, General Buhari to probe the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and also ensure that all sectors of the economy are properly overhauled.

The APC members held a joint prayer session and thanksgiving for the incoming administration of General Muhammadu Buhari and the Kaduna State Governor-Elect, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai.

During the prayer session which held at Rigasa area in Igabi Local Government Area (LGA), they  prayed for divine protection for all incoming leaders, to enable them discharge their new roles for the benefit of the people.

Party members also prayed that the elected leaders would lead them with the fear of God and also tackle corruption to the barest minimum.

While lamenting the poor state of the nation’s economy, the APC members expressed hope that the incoming APC administration would address the challenges confronting the state and the nation.

They expressed confidence in the capability of all elected APC leaders to deliver on their campaign promises, with the view that only fervent prayers is what the leaders need.

Akala Says PDP Will Take Back Oyo Come 2015

Former Oyo state governor Adebayo Alao Akala said the PDP remains unshaken as a credible opposition in Oyo state and he is confident that Oyo state will return to the PDP come 2015 elections.

The former police officer turned politician, broke his long silence during an interview with journalists in Ibadan the Oyo state capital, while commenting on the PDP congress which is yet to hold.

Akala claimed that the PDP congress did not hold because the party felt more time was needed for various committees working across all geo political zones to put all factions and wrangling to rest.

He said contrary to opinion in some quarters that the congress did not hold because of a court order, the party postponed the congress in the interest of unity among all its members.

Meanwhile, the leader, House of Representatives, Honourable Mulikat Akande Adeola addressing a large crowd of PDP party members at the recreation club in Ogbomosho, said it was time all members put aside their rancour to work together as one big family to ensure PDP returns to power in the south west.