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LAGOS LOCAL GOVT ELECTIONS: AAC heading to court as the part, 11 others disenfranchised by LASIEC

LAGOS LOCAL GOVT ELECTIONS: AAC heading to court as the part, 11 others disenfranchised by LASIEC


The Lagos chapter of the African Action Congress (AAC) and 11 other Political Parties have been disenfranchised by the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) from participating in the Ongoing Local Government Elections in the State.


The party in a statement signed by the state chairman Kunle Ajayi and secretary Towolawi Jamiu said it is approaching a court for such arbitrary exclusion from the poll.


"Our party (AAC) has already commenced legal actions against both the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against this ugly and unfortunate incident that have denied Lagosians a golden opportunity to change the old order that have been embedded with corruption, poor health care, poor education, youths unemployment, rising prices of goods and services, lack of infrastructure, insecurity  and multi dimensional poverty which have been the trademark of the All Progressives Congress (APC) regime since 1999."



READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW:



AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS (AAC) LAGOS CHAPTER


*STATEMENT* *AS THE* *LAGOS* *LOCAL GOVERNMENT* *ELECTIONS* *HOLDS* *TODAY* *24TH JULY 2021* 


The leadership of the African Action Congress (AAC) Lagos Chapter wish to inform all our members and supporters that the AAC alongside 11 other political parties have been disfranchised illegally from participating in today's Local Government Elections by the partisan and highly corrupt Lagos State Electoral Commission (LASIEC).


In aftermath of this, Our party (AAC) has already commenced legal actions against both the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against this ugly and unfortunate incident that have denied Lagosians a golden opportunity to change the old order that have been embedded with corruption, poor health care, poor education, youths unemployment, rising prices of goods and services, lack of infrastructure, insecurity  and multi dimensional poverty which have been the trademark of the All Progressives Congress (APC) regime since 1999. 


We also want to use this opportunity to urge all our members to stay clear all polling units and boycott the entire elections which has already been rigged in favour of the highly corrupt and anti people ruling All Past Criminals (APC).  


However, We must really commend all our members, candidates, supporters and well wishers that have really worked tirelessly in the past two years to make sure we take Lagos back from the hands of vampires and give power back to the people. 


Lastly, we must continue to mobilise Nigerians from every nook and corner in order to build more formidable forces that will eventually bring down the entire system that only works for the few ruling class and their cronies and replace it with a system that works for ALL (Oppressed).


A people united and determined can never be defeated. 


Signed: 


Kunle Ajayi (Wiseman)

Chairman,

Lagos AAC. 


Towolawi Jamiu (Jharmo)

Secretary,

Lagos AAC.


The Lagos chapter of the African Action Congress (AAC) and 11 other Political Parties have been disenfranchised by the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) from participating in the Ongoing Local Government Elections in the State.


The party in a statement signed by the state chairman Kunle Ajayi and secretary Towolawi Jamiu said it is approaching a court for such arbitrary exclusion from the poll.


"Our party (AAC) has already commenced legal actions against both the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against this ugly and unfortunate incident that have denied Lagosians a golden opportunity to change the old order that have been embedded with corruption, poor health care, poor education, youths unemployment, rising prices of goods and services, lack of infrastructure, insecurity  and multi dimensional poverty which have been the trademark of the All Progressives Congress (APC) regime since 1999."



READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW:



AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS (AAC) LAGOS CHAPTER


*STATEMENT* *AS THE* *LAGOS* *LOCAL GOVERNMENT* *ELECTIONS* *HOLDS* *TODAY* *24TH JULY 2021* 


The leadership of the African Action Congress (AAC) Lagos Chapter wish to inform all our members and supporters that the AAC alongside 11 other political parties have been disfranchised illegally from participating in today's Local Government Elections by the partisan and highly corrupt Lagos State Electoral Commission (LASIEC).


In aftermath of this, Our party (AAC) has already commenced legal actions against both the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against this ugly and unfortunate incident that have denied Lagosians a golden opportunity to change the old order that have been embedded with corruption, poor health care, poor education, youths unemployment, rising prices of goods and services, lack of infrastructure, insecurity  and multi dimensional poverty which have been the trademark of the All Progressives Congress (APC) regime since 1999. 


We also want to use this opportunity to urge all our members to stay clear all polling units and boycott the entire elections which has already been rigged in favour of the highly corrupt and anti people ruling All Past Criminals (APC).  


However, We must really commend all our members, candidates, supporters and well wishers that have really worked tirelessly in the past two years to make sure we take Lagos back from the hands of vampires and give power back to the people. 


Lastly, we must continue to mobilise Nigerians from every nook and corner in order to build more formidable forces that will eventually bring down the entire system that only works for the few ruling class and their cronies and replace it with a system that works for ALL (Oppressed).


A people united and determined can never be defeated. 


Signed: 


Kunle Ajayi (Wiseman)

Chairman,

Lagos AAC. 


Towolawi Jamiu (Jharmo)

Secretary,

Lagos AAC.

LETTER TO THE NATIONAL WORKING COMMITTEE: OSUN AAC MEMBERS PASS VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE ON THE STATE WORKING COMMITTEE OF AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS

LETTER TO THE NATIONAL WORKING COMMITTEE: OSUN AAC MEMBERS PASS VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE ON THE STATE WORKING COMMITTEE OF AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS

 *_The National Working Committee,_*

*_African Action Congress._*

*_July 22, 2021._*


*LETTER OF VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE ON THE STATE WORKING COMMITTEE OF AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS, OSUN STATE.*


We Hereby Pass A Vote of No Confidence On The State Working Committee Of AAC in Osun State For Displaying  High Level of Negligence and  Gross Incompetence.


We Demand That the National Working Committee Dissolves The State Working Committee of AAC, Osun State and  Inaugurate a Steering Committee to Paddle The Affairs of The Party With Immediately Effect pending when substantive leadership would be elected.



We members and Local government coordinators of AAC, Osun State hereby use this medium to inform the National working Committee of the the immediate need to dissolve the State Working Committee of AAC Osun State for the above stated reasons:


1 That the members of the committee have displayed high level of negligence and gross incompetence in accordance with the provisions of the AAC constitution in Chapter 12, Section 80(2 c&d). This has been causing setbacks to the progress of the party.


2. That most members of the State Working committee have been occupying the positions with a long time history of non-participation in party activities.


3. That most members of the State Working committee have no political Education required to be an members of the said committee in Osun State and thereby loosing contacts with the basic ideology of the party.


4. That the State Chairperson (Olumide Afolabi) has been paddling the Affairs of the party without being accountable and transparent.


5. That most members of the Executive Committee have been irresponsible to party members and unpatriotic to the party constitution/Idea, this is causing setbacks on the progress of the party.


6. That the party chairperson does not have the charisma and the cordinating ability to lead a Revolutionary party. This is evident in his inability to resolve minor conflicts and coordinate meetings in an orderly manners.


7. That the party excos has never publish financial reports of activities since the beginning of this tenure till date.


8. That the chairperson has no iota of respect for the fundamental rights of all members who have been labouring hard to work for the progress of the party by calling them prospective members during a state general meeting because majority of party members disagreed with leadership methods of running the party. This is against the provisions of the AAC constitution in Chapter 4, Section 7(b)


For us, we believe that a political party such as AAC should be operated within the basic principles of democracy, respect for human rights and organizational descipline, which is lacking at the moment among members of Osun state working committee of the party. We expect that the AAC party, considering the vision of her founding fathers' is a good way to go in terms of providing alternative platform for genuine change seekers in Nigeria to restle power from the present crops of Nigerian Inept/ corrupt ruling class. But bad leadership as exibited by the present Osun State leadership would make this vision a mirage.

We made bold to say that this resolution is well vettted by all members who appended their signature on it because they all want the total overhaul of the state leadership of the party for progress sake. It is however worthy of note that many financial members and prospective ones have abstained from the AAC party in Osun State because of lack of trust in the State leadership structures.

We might not be wrong to conclude that the AAC party will never move forward with the present sets of moribund state leadership structures, As most of them hardly have time to attend party meetings, mobilization programs and by so doing neglects their constitutional duties.

We want to conclude that "He who wants to be a leader must be ready to be a follower". It is on this note that we the undersigned members of the African Action Congress (AAC) Osun State Chapter, hereby humbly request, that the state working committee be immediately dissolved and a Congress be immediately and simultaneously summon for the appointment a 'Steering Committee' who will temporary pilot the affairs of the party pending when substantive election would be conducted. 


*Signed:*

Jimoh Felicia Bolatito AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government 08030941975


Ibrahim Jelilat 07040344936 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Oyebamiji Folashade 09134011312 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Olarinoye Oladipupo

AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government 08114615869


Adeemo Mustapha 08131517460 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Ojo Ayotunde Mathew 08065920853 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Owoeye Grace Okanike 09037250481 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Osasona Carolyn Gift.09036715651 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Adeosun Jumoke. 09032265011 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Aremu Dauda Ayobami. 08023237391 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Adebayo Samuel. 09036804929 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Abiona Grace                            08067130648 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Ajayi Opeyemi 07060454160 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government


Ola 08065923956 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Adeyemi Omolara 08067075847 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Carlos. 07031993680 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Iya Waris. 09015869309 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Wale 09034601559 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Alaga 08022978087 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Ibrahim Omolara 09063550146 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Olawale A. Bakare 

08165878551

Member, AAC Osun, Olorunda Local Government (Ward 9)


Joseph Veronica AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Amos Akinloye Egbedore Local Government 08108159189 


Solomon Grace AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government 09054849881 


Ogunlade Rukayat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Unit 1 09034540195 Government  


Adekunle Iyabo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09034920306 


Olabisi Felicia AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Azeez Jimoh AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Abiola Rafiu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08136131587 


Oladele Funmilayo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08180853306 


Gbadamosi Sofia AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08108139484935 


Abioye Mariam AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07062173329 


Okunola Abidemi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Oke Olayemi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Atoyebi Jamiu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Osuolale Sola AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Engr Jay AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07037363600 


Femi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08106957773 


Debo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07034483019 


Ben AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08147636757 


Be-cool AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08033944034 


Ayo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09031847664 


Rasak Aleem AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08134867701 


Adejumo Bose AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07038509021 


Adejumo Julius AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08065093642 


Raheem Mumeen AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08160407781 


Akinwale Tope AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08065511048 


Abioye Muftau AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08164828033 


Abioye Taiwo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08062130840 


Abioye Modupe AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08138476394 


Sefiu Sefiyat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09064944167 


Ojo Oluranti  AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ojo Victoria AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Rahimi Munini AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08060147781 


Rafiu Bolaji AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Mrs Adeyeye AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08162125787  


Mrs Ayodele AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07037903914 


Mrs Ismail AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 109039149173 


Mrs Adeyemo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0813341675 


Mrs Olaniyi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08168778681 


Mrs Jamiyu 08061697302 Mrs Gbadamosi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08164580160 


Mrs Ademola AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09025657535 


Mr Sijuwade AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08166916758 


Mrs Sijuwade AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0806295191 


Mrs Adenle AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0806509059 


Mrs Lawal AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0813515335 


Mrs Muhideen 08101846162 Salaudeen Lateefat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08107900201 


Oyewole Bose AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08148768226


Oyeleke Wasiu 08084245145 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Olatunji Serifat 07032829212 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajao Waliat 07067563202 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Garuba Tawa 08138521173 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Babalola Racheal 08036886976 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Dosumu Ruth AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Kamorudeen Bisiriyu 08062283241 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Owoye Aina 08034479190 


Mr Olabintan 07038026302 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Mrs Olabintan 08060490058 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Akibu Taye 08130725242 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Badmus Lukman 07032042169 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Babalola Adeola 08036886926 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Adeleke Segun A. 07033848639 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Adeleke Cecilia 08160147903 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Adeleke Amos 07030537394 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Adeleke Oluwaseun 07065546051 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Opeyemi Ojo Ramota 08102408668 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ojo Emmanuel 08128526459 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Oderinde Kifayat 09034551554 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajetunmobi Mulikat 08133836076 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajetunmobi Akeem 08034775077 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajetunmobi Rauf 07036762410 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Folarin Ganiyat 08138618531 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Asa Funmilayo  08107829167 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Asa Olusola 08038291092 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Folarin Nurudeen 08164410507 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Abdullahi Ajoke 07031350843 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Akinpelu Tosin 08016801165 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Abiodun Ojo 08064880461 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Olatunji Abdulazeez 08062077283 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Mrs Kolawole 07015707227 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Tijani Fatimo 07067621151 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oyewusi Mudasiru AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oyewusi Adekemi 08138342559 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oyewusi Semiu 08062231948 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Alatise Wasiu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Adedeji Oluwadami Lanre 08100482462 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 Olawuyi 


Toyin 090605344 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Blessing Ije AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Sunday Linus 08141124250 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Uko Ije 07065083577 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Agumo Obo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Grace Onu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Sunday Geli AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Linus Ogbodo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Macsilina Patrick AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Hafeez Adeola AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Yusuf Dauda 08102333140 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Abioye Lateef 07062193329 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Surajudden Rukayat 08109172168 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Hazeez Adeola 09019369610 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Rahimi Gafar AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Afolabi Cecilia 07039777899 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Adegboye Juliana 08166143154 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Falowo Kabira AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oseni Taye AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oseni Moturayo Adewuyi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Rasheed Tunde AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Rasheed Kafayat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Amosa Rasaki Falowo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Fasilat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Akinwale Paul 08062590081 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Raheem Biodun  08134915920 AAC Osun 


Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Akanfe Jamiu 07035928751 AAC Osun 


Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Akanfe Jimoh 08077657504 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Alade Ramota 08060369094 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Olateju Lateef 0818683838 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Ogunleye Tunde 08069277620 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Julius Bose 08107712117 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oladosu Saheed 09086974701 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Ganiyu Tajudeen 08146795361 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Alatise Wasiu 07035658364 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Okunola Nurudeen 08123000923 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Latif Ismaila AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Lasisi Idowu 08161596905 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Azeez Suliat 08127624810 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oladosu Saidat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Mukaila Lateef 08160085422 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olawuyi Abigael 08136899578 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Dosumu Darasimi 09039511079 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Karimu Bunmi 09027013605 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Atilola Mujidat 081043252561 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olawuyi Segun 08126941206 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olaonipekun Toba 09060308776 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adeda Ismaila 07019369610 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Sulaimon Semiat 08129277384 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adepoju Idris 08028957849 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Abioye Abdul Lateef AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 07062193329 


Ayoola Saheed 08032127493 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adeyanju Bolatito AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 08109679263 


Ayegboyin Bello 08102267089 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Falowo Kamorudeen 08132682631 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Bakasi 08105230734 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Ayo 09039847664 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Bola 08168267292 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Abigail 07050558007 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Opeyemi 09037038001 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Ikimo 08063776778 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Promise Akpan 08188225531 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Ogunonire Segun 0816979533 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Alarape Kehinde 08108969608 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Chinaza Okpere T. Simeon 08023408089 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


David Chinaza Okpere AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4  


Popoola Sekinat 08132104817 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adebombi Adijat 08105841990 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 Adebombi 


Yahaya 09039903745 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adebombi Rasaq 09063607475 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Oladapo Modinat 09032196581 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olawale Ayuba 08168367541 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adedeji Quadri 08161532730 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Ibrahim Sikiru 07015502090 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Akinloye Rukayat 08065773468 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Razak Lateefat 08168714072 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Ayegboyin Folashade 09039952078 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Oyebiyi Felicia 07084475951 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Solomon Wike 08165127115 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Idowu Afolabi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olayemi Opeyemi 07068207420 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Sulaiman Fausat 09069012416 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Abioye Mariam 07062193329 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ogunmade Jelili 09072187449 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Maria Solomon 07055460271 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Adekunle Adeyemi 07062300614 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Bunmi Jamiu 08105758079 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Akinwale Kanyinsola 08100032552 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5 


Ibrahim Risikat 08102225570 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Adeyemo Nurudeen 07068150087 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Akinwale Fatimo 08100032552 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Kareem Taiwo 08035215354 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Jamiu Monsuru 07032859663 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Osuolale Kudirat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Esther Ode AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3 


Mary AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3


Moses Janet AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3


Moses Okunola Ibrahim AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3


Ojewole Afeez 07039904012 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Ayanlakin Opeyemi 070307430487 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Ode Nathaniel AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Blessing Ode AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Lynda Adoga AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Adeniyi Ebun AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Ayankoyi Simbiat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Oni Victor 07034235099 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Azeez Ismaila 08136131581 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Oluokun Busayo 08102914074 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Sulaimon Semiat 08163277381 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Falowo Rofiyat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Azeez Adesina. AAC Osun Iwo             08109424065


comrade Nike. AAC Osun Iwo.            08031133682


Idris Buhari. AAC Osun Ayedire.      0806713365


Oyedele Olatokun (Oloye) AAC Osun Aiyedire Local Government 08100903900


 Comrade Hammed AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08036626895


comrade Mohammad AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08148136994


Kabir Olawale AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 09033553363


Bolarinwa Wale AAC Osun Iwo LGA 07061678174


Adebisi Kaothar. AAC Osun Iwo.             07036250046


Olaboye Rebacca. AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 07064762829


Yekini Kosim. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08035348336 


Adegbosin Ibrahim Sesan AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 08066518351 


Ofemellion Ugashe. Iwo                  08101775822


ADIGUN AKINTADE O AAC Osun Iwo LGA 07082699454


OBELE-JOSEPH AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08169510657


OBELE- BABAMOS. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 07043415444


KEHINDE ASIMIYU. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08168645468


MURANA OJO ADEYINKA AAC Osun Iwo 09061552276


BABALOLA BOLAJI WILLIAM Ola- Oluwa 08152460602


Sikiru Ismail jimoh. AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 08063116709


Koku Ayite AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08020554290


Olayinka Taiwo. AAC Osun Iwo  LGA 09034559516


Muritala Ibrahim. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08108434187


Adeleke lukman. AAC Osun Ola Oluwa. LGA 08135148457


Usman Oloyede. AAC

Osun Irepodun LGA

08180414323


Akinyemi Morakinyo AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 004) 07069181551


Akinlade Semiu AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08132346479


Adeleke Moses AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 unit 05)


Ibrahim Ismael AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08141351046


Opeyemi Oluwadamilola AAC Osun Ife East Local (Ward 02 Unit 05)


Bamigbala Bukola AAC Osun Ife East (Ward 02 Unit 07) 08145112209


Ibrahim Aminat. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04)


Owolabi SIKIRU. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 05) 07025165666


Odediji Oluwadamilare. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 05)


Okeowo Esther. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 05) 08162793463


Adewole Kunle. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government(Ward 02 Unit 05)


ADEBOLA Abosede. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 01 Unit 06)


Ajayi Tunde. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 10) 0816853 9026


Gbadegesin Fatimoh. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08164443471


Olasunkanmi Mary AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 09) 0813 418 9955


Ibrahim Rashidat. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08106865366


Olowolagba Dayo. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 09030611636


Obisesan Kabir. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 03 Unit 05) 0813 830 7022


19.Adeyemi TAYO. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 10) 0703787 6684


Olawuni Femi AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 01 Unit 9) 08162761877


Olabiyi Babatunde AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 01 Ward 09)


Olabiyi Tunde. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 01 Unit 9)


Opajinmi Abosede AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 01 Unit 05)


24. Odedele TOYIN. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08150499415


Odedele Roseline. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04)


Odedele Sunday. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 0806 7670134


Adeyemi Olatunde. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 06) 07038211347


Adeyemi Mariam. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government Ward 02 Unit 06)


29. Adeyemi Baliqis AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 06)


Babalola Sulaimon. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 03 Unit 05) 09068462867


Adedamola Micheal. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 03 Ward 05)


Akinlade sefiu. AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 06)


Opeyemi Oluwadamilola. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04)


Ogunrinde Akinlabi. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 03 Unit 03) 08168957649


Olagunju Ayodele. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 9) 08133451463


Akinlade Idris AAC Osun Ife East Local Government(Ward 02 Unit 04) 09032136884


Musa Habeeb. AAC Osun Ife East (Ward 03 Unit 01) 07037211404


Omowumi Ewatee. AAC Ife Central 08168708917


Cephas Àjàyí, AAC Ayedaade Local Government. 07017720005


Olayinka Popoola AAC Ayedaade Local Government.

08139345630


Salvation Aworanti AAC Osun Ife Central 08132106947


Sumbade Jnr AAC Osun Ife Central 08073000465


Mercy AAC Osun Ife Central 08052641636


Pedro Omolola AAC Osun Ife Central 08105892335

 *_The National Working Committee,_*

*_African Action Congress._*

*_July 22, 2021._*


*LETTER OF VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE ON THE STATE WORKING COMMITTEE OF AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS, OSUN STATE.*


We Hereby Pass A Vote of No Confidence On The State Working Committee Of AAC in Osun State For Displaying  High Level of Negligence and  Gross Incompetence.


We Demand That the National Working Committee Dissolves The State Working Committee of AAC, Osun State and  Inaugurate a Steering Committee to Paddle The Affairs of The Party With Immediately Effect pending when substantive leadership would be elected.



We members and Local government coordinators of AAC, Osun State hereby use this medium to inform the National working Committee of the the immediate need to dissolve the State Working Committee of AAC Osun State for the above stated reasons:


1 That the members of the committee have displayed high level of negligence and gross incompetence in accordance with the provisions of the AAC constitution in Chapter 12, Section 80(2 c&d). This has been causing setbacks to the progress of the party.


2. That most members of the State Working committee have been occupying the positions with a long time history of non-participation in party activities.


3. That most members of the State Working committee have no political Education required to be an members of the said committee in Osun State and thereby loosing contacts with the basic ideology of the party.


4. That the State Chairperson (Olumide Afolabi) has been paddling the Affairs of the party without being accountable and transparent.


5. That most members of the Executive Committee have been irresponsible to party members and unpatriotic to the party constitution/Idea, this is causing setbacks on the progress of the party.


6. That the party chairperson does not have the charisma and the cordinating ability to lead a Revolutionary party. This is evident in his inability to resolve minor conflicts and coordinate meetings in an orderly manners.


7. That the party excos has never publish financial reports of activities since the beginning of this tenure till date.


8. That the chairperson has no iota of respect for the fundamental rights of all members who have been labouring hard to work for the progress of the party by calling them prospective members during a state general meeting because majority of party members disagreed with leadership methods of running the party. This is against the provisions of the AAC constitution in Chapter 4, Section 7(b)


For us, we believe that a political party such as AAC should be operated within the basic principles of democracy, respect for human rights and organizational descipline, which is lacking at the moment among members of Osun state working committee of the party. We expect that the AAC party, considering the vision of her founding fathers' is a good way to go in terms of providing alternative platform for genuine change seekers in Nigeria to restle power from the present crops of Nigerian Inept/ corrupt ruling class. But bad leadership as exibited by the present Osun State leadership would make this vision a mirage.

We made bold to say that this resolution is well vettted by all members who appended their signature on it because they all want the total overhaul of the state leadership of the party for progress sake. It is however worthy of note that many financial members and prospective ones have abstained from the AAC party in Osun State because of lack of trust in the State leadership structures.

We might not be wrong to conclude that the AAC party will never move forward with the present sets of moribund state leadership structures, As most of them hardly have time to attend party meetings, mobilization programs and by so doing neglects their constitutional duties.

We want to conclude that "He who wants to be a leader must be ready to be a follower". It is on this note that we the undersigned members of the African Action Congress (AAC) Osun State Chapter, hereby humbly request, that the state working committee be immediately dissolved and a Congress be immediately and simultaneously summon for the appointment a 'Steering Committee' who will temporary pilot the affairs of the party pending when substantive election would be conducted. 


*Signed:*

Jimoh Felicia Bolatito AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government 08030941975


Ibrahim Jelilat 07040344936 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Oyebamiji Folashade 09134011312 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Olarinoye Oladipupo

AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government 08114615869


Adeemo Mustapha 08131517460 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Ojo Ayotunde Mathew 08065920853 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Owoeye Grace Okanike 09037250481 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Osasona Carolyn Gift.09036715651 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Adeosun Jumoke. 09032265011 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Aremu Dauda Ayobami. 08023237391 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Adebayo Samuel. 09036804929 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Abiona Grace                            08067130648 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Ajayi Opeyemi 07060454160 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government


Ola 08065923956 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Adeyemi Omolara 08067075847 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Carlos. 07031993680 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Iya Waris. 09015869309 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Wale 09034601559 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Alaga 08022978087 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Ibrahim Omolara 09063550146 AAC Osun Olorunda Local Government


Olawale A. Bakare 

08165878551

Member, AAC Osun, Olorunda Local Government (Ward 9)


Joseph Veronica AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Amos Akinloye Egbedore Local Government 08108159189 


Solomon Grace AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government 09054849881 


Ogunlade Rukayat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Unit 1 09034540195 Government  


Adekunle Iyabo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09034920306 


Olabisi Felicia AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Azeez Jimoh AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Abiola Rafiu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08136131587 


Oladele Funmilayo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08180853306 


Gbadamosi Sofia AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08108139484935 


Abioye Mariam AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07062173329 


Okunola Abidemi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Oke Olayemi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Atoyebi Jamiu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Osuolale Sola AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Engr Jay AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07037363600 


Femi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08106957773 


Debo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07034483019 


Ben AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08147636757 


Be-cool AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08033944034 


Ayo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09031847664 


Rasak Aleem AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08134867701 


Adejumo Bose AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07038509021 


Adejumo Julius AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08065093642 


Raheem Mumeen AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08160407781 


Akinwale Tope AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08065511048 


Abioye Muftau AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08164828033 


Abioye Taiwo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08062130840 


Abioye Modupe AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08138476394 


Sefiu Sefiyat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09064944167 


Ojo Oluranti  AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ojo Victoria AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Rahimi Munini AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08060147781 


Rafiu Bolaji AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Mrs Adeyeye AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08162125787  


Mrs Ayodele AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 07037903914 


Mrs Ismail AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 109039149173 


Mrs Adeyemo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0813341675 


Mrs Olaniyi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08168778681 


Mrs Jamiyu 08061697302 Mrs Gbadamosi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08164580160 


Mrs Ademola AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 09025657535 


Mr Sijuwade AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08166916758 


Mrs Sijuwade AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0806295191 


Mrs Adenle AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0806509059 


Mrs Lawal AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 0813515335 


Mrs Muhideen 08101846162 Salaudeen Lateefat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08107900201 


Oyewole Bose AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 08148768226


Oyeleke Wasiu 08084245145 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Olatunji Serifat 07032829212 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajao Waliat 07067563202 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Garuba Tawa 08138521173 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Babalola Racheal 08036886976 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Dosumu Ruth AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Kamorudeen Bisiriyu 08062283241 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Owoye Aina 08034479190 


Mr Olabintan 07038026302 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Mrs Olabintan 08060490058 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Akibu Taye 08130725242 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Badmus Lukman 07032042169 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Babalola Adeola 08036886926 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Adeleke Segun A. 07033848639 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Adeleke Cecilia 08160147903 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Adeleke Amos 07030537394 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Adeleke Oluwaseun 07065546051 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Opeyemi Ojo Ramota 08102408668 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ojo Emmanuel 08128526459 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Oderinde Kifayat 09034551554 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajetunmobi Mulikat 08133836076 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajetunmobi Akeem 08034775077 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ajetunmobi Rauf 07036762410 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Folarin Ganiyat 08138618531 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Asa Funmilayo  08107829167 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Asa Olusola 08038291092 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Folarin Nurudeen 08164410507 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Abdullahi Ajoke 07031350843 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Akinpelu Tosin 08016801165 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Abiodun Ojo 08064880461 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Olatunji Abdulazeez 08062077283 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1


Mrs Kolawole 07015707227 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Tijani Fatimo 07067621151 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oyewusi Mudasiru AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oyewusi Adekemi 08138342559 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oyewusi Semiu 08062231948 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Alatise Wasiu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Adedeji Oluwadami Lanre 08100482462 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 Olawuyi 


Toyin 090605344 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Blessing Ije AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Sunday Linus 08141124250 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Uko Ije 07065083577 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Agumo Obo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Grace Onu AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Sunday Geli AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Linus Ogbodo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Macsilina Patrick AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Hafeez Adeola AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Yusuf Dauda 08102333140 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Abioye Lateef 07062193329 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Surajudden Rukayat 08109172168 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Hazeez Adeola 09019369610 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Rahimi Gafar AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Afolabi Cecilia 07039777899 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Adegboye Juliana 08166143154 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Falowo Kabira AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oseni Taye AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oseni Moturayo Adewuyi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Rasheed Tunde AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Rasheed Kafayat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Amosa Rasaki Falowo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Fasilat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Akinwale Paul 08062590081 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Raheem Biodun  08134915920 AAC Osun 


Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Akanfe Jamiu 07035928751 AAC Osun 


Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Akanfe Jimoh 08077657504 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Alade Ramota 08060369094 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Olateju Lateef 0818683838 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Ogunleye Tunde 08069277620 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Julius Bose 08107712117 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oladosu Saheed 09086974701 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Ganiyu Tajudeen 08146795361 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Alatise Wasiu 07035658364 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Okunola Nurudeen 08123000923 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Latif Ismaila AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Lasisi Idowu 08161596905 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Azeez Suliat 08127624810 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Oladosu Saidat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Mukaila Lateef 08160085422 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olawuyi Abigael 08136899578 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Dosumu Darasimi 09039511079 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Karimu Bunmi 09027013605 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Atilola Mujidat 081043252561 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olawuyi Segun 08126941206 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olaonipekun Toba 09060308776 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adeda Ismaila 07019369610 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Sulaimon Semiat 08129277384 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adepoju Idris 08028957849 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Abioye Abdul Lateef AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 07062193329 


Ayoola Saheed 08032127493 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adeyanju Bolatito AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 08109679263 


Ayegboyin Bello 08102267089 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Falowo Kamorudeen 08132682631 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Bakasi 08105230734 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Ayo 09039847664 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Bola 08168267292 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Abigail 07050558007 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Opeyemi 09037038001 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Ikimo 08063776778 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Promise Akpan 08188225531 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Ogunonire Segun 0816979533 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Alarape Kehinde 08108969608 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Chinaza Okpere T. Simeon 08023408089 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


David Chinaza Okpere AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4  


Popoola Sekinat 08132104817 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adebombi Adijat 08105841990 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 Adebombi 


Yahaya 09039903745 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adebombi Rasaq 09063607475 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Oladapo Modinat 09032196581 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olawale Ayuba 08168367541 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Adedeji Quadri 08161532730 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Ibrahim Sikiru 07015502090 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Akinloye Rukayat 08065773468 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Razak Lateefat 08168714072 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Ayegboyin Folashade 09039952078 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Oyebiyi Felicia 07084475951 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Solomon Wike 08165127115 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Idowu Afolabi AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4 


Olayemi Opeyemi 07068207420 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Sulaiman Fausat 09069012416 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Abioye Mariam 07062193329 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 1 


Ogunmade Jelili 09072187449 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Maria Solomon 07055460271 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Adekunle Adeyemi 07062300614 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Bunmi Jamiu 08105758079 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 4


Akinwale Kanyinsola 08100032552 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5 


Ibrahim Risikat 08102225570 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Adeyemo Nurudeen 07068150087 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Akinwale Fatimo 08100032552 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Kareem Taiwo 08035215354 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Jamiu Monsuru 07032859663 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Osuolale Kudirat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 5


Esther Ode AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3 


Mary AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3


Moses Janet AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3


Moses Okunola Ibrahim AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 3


Ojewole Afeez 07039904012 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Ayanlakin Opeyemi 070307430487 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Ode Nathaniel AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Blessing Ode AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Lynda Adoga AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Adeniyi Ebun AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Ayankoyi Simbiat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Oni Victor 07034235099 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Azeez Ismaila 08136131581 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Oluokun Busayo 08102914074 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Sulaimon Semiat 08163277381 AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Falowo Rofiyat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2


Azeez Adesina. AAC Osun Iwo             08109424065


comrade Nike. AAC Osun Iwo.            08031133682


Idris Buhari. AAC Osun Ayedire.      0806713365


Oyedele Olatokun (Oloye) AAC Osun Aiyedire Local Government 08100903900


 Comrade Hammed AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08036626895


comrade Mohammad AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08148136994


Kabir Olawale AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 09033553363


Bolarinwa Wale AAC Osun Iwo LGA 07061678174


Adebisi Kaothar. AAC Osun Iwo.             07036250046


Olaboye Rebacca. AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 07064762829


Yekini Kosim. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08035348336 


Adegbosin Ibrahim Sesan AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 08066518351 


Ofemellion Ugashe. Iwo                  08101775822


ADIGUN AKINTADE O AAC Osun Iwo LGA 07082699454


OBELE-JOSEPH AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08169510657


OBELE- BABAMOS. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 07043415444


KEHINDE ASIMIYU. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08168645468


MURANA OJO ADEYINKA AAC Osun Iwo 09061552276


BABALOLA BOLAJI WILLIAM Ola- Oluwa 08152460602


Sikiru Ismail jimoh. AAC Osun Ayedire LGA 08063116709


Koku Ayite AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08020554290


Olayinka Taiwo. AAC Osun Iwo  LGA 09034559516


Muritala Ibrahim. AAC Osun Iwo LGA 08108434187


Adeleke lukman. AAC Osun Ola Oluwa. LGA 08135148457


Usman Oloyede. AAC

Osun Irepodun LGA

08180414323


Akinyemi Morakinyo AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 004) 07069181551


Akinlade Semiu AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08132346479


Adeleke Moses AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 unit 05)


Ibrahim Ismael AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08141351046


Opeyemi Oluwadamilola AAC Osun Ife East Local (Ward 02 Unit 05)


Bamigbala Bukola AAC Osun Ife East (Ward 02 Unit 07) 08145112209


Ibrahim Aminat. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04)


Owolabi SIKIRU. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 05) 07025165666


Odediji Oluwadamilare. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 05)


Okeowo Esther. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 05) 08162793463


Adewole Kunle. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government(Ward 02 Unit 05)


ADEBOLA Abosede. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 01 Unit 06)


Ajayi Tunde. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 10) 0816853 9026


Gbadegesin Fatimoh. AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 04) 08164443471


Olasunkanmi Mary AAC Osun Ife East Local Government (Ward 02 Unit 09) 0813 418 9955


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#RevolutionNow: Sowore’s treason trial starts afresh as judge abandons case

#RevolutionNow: Sowore’s treason trial starts afresh as judge abandons case

Sowore: AGF Abubakar Malami, DG DSS Yusuf Bichi shopping for pliable judges, putting pressure on one of my sureties so that they can revoke my bail, re-arrest and detain me



The Major General Muhammadu Buhari ledled Fede government trial against the convener of Revolution Now movement Omoyele Sowore, and Olawale Bakare has suffered a setback at the Federal High Court in Abuja, according to reports by the national dailies.

According to the Punch newspapoers, the presiding Judge, Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu, has been transferred to Calabar and has informed the Chief Justice, Justice Tsoho, that although she would continue with other cases, she would no longer preside over Sowore’s case.

By the regime tactics, this implies that the case marked, FHC/ABJ/CR/235/19, will have to start afresh for the second time as they have nothing to prove against the activists.

This is just as two other judges have refused to take up Sowore’s case due to its ‘sensitive nature.’

Nigeria' Department of State Services had arraigned Sowore and Bakare before Justice Ojukwu for treasonable felony for organising the ‘Revolution Now’ protest on August 5, 2019, which the government saw as an attempt to disrupt peace in the country.

Justice Ojukwu subsequently ordered that Sowore and Bakare be released on bail but the DSS disobeyed the order for several weeks. After granting him bail, the DSS re-arrested Sowore inside the court, causing commotion which made the judge flee.

He was, however, released following nationwide condemnation.


In February 2020, the Office of the Attorney-General took over the case, amended the charges and re-arraigned Sowore and Bakare.

The judge ordered the Federal Government to pay N200,000 as the cost to the defendants for the frivolous application for adjournment and adjourned till February 13.

Following Justice Ojukwu’s transfer to Calabar, lit waa learnt that she was given the option of continuing some other cases. A court official said the judge picked a few cases and returned some others to the CJ including Sowore’s case.

“It seems some of these judges feel intimidated. They don’t want Federal Government trouble. The case is high profile and controversial. So, they have been avoiding it,” she said.

Also it was informed that another criminal defamation case instituted by the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), involving Sowore, which is being handled by Justice Taiwo Taiwo, will also have to start afresh as the judge has returned the case file to the CJ.

“The case, Incorporated Trustees of Global Integrity Crusade Network – suing on behalf of Abubakar Malami – VS Omoyele Sowore and three others which is pending before Justice Taiwo Taiwo has also been returned to the Chief Judge for reassignment despite the fact that all the parties have filed all the processes and ready for final hearing before judgement,” the court official said.

Accordinf to the PUNCH reports, it was learnt that a fundamental human rights suit instituted by Sowore against the Director-General of the Department of State Services, Yusuf Bichi, marked FHC/ABJ/CS/ 1469/2019 for unlawful detention, which is pending before Justice Inyang Ekwo, has also been returned to the CJ for reassignment after several adjournments.

“I have never seen this sort of thing before despite serving in this court for many years. No judge is willing to sit on Sowore’s case. This never happened even during the military era,” the court official said.


Sowore in a confirmation statement has said 
Federal Judges retiring and returning his case files in droves.


He alledged that the Nigeria's AGF Abubakar Malami and the DG DSS Yusuf Bichi are shopping for pliable judges and the duo are putting pressure on one of his sureties so that they can revoke his bail, re-arrest and detain him. 


Sowore said that they’re scared but they can’t escape the upcoming revolt of the massively oppressed people of Nigeria.


"Federal Judges retiring and returning Sowore case files in droves, meanwhile AGF Abubakar Malami and DG DSS Yusuf Bichi are shopping for pliable judges and putting pressure on one of my sureties so that they can revoke my bail, re-arrest and detain me. They’re scared! But they can’t escape the upcoming revolt of the massively oppressed people of Nigeria! #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo"




Sowore: AGF Abubakar Malami, DG DSS Yusuf Bichi shopping for pliable judges, putting pressure on one of my sureties so that they can revoke my bail, re-arrest and detain me



The Major General Muhammadu Buhari ledled Fede government trial against the convener of Revolution Now movement Omoyele Sowore, and Olawale Bakare has suffered a setback at the Federal High Court in Abuja, according to reports by the national dailies.

According to the Punch newspapoers, the presiding Judge, Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu, has been transferred to Calabar and has informed the Chief Justice, Justice Tsoho, that although she would continue with other cases, she would no longer preside over Sowore’s case.

By the regime tactics, this implies that the case marked, FHC/ABJ/CR/235/19, will have to start afresh for the second time as they have nothing to prove against the activists.

This is just as two other judges have refused to take up Sowore’s case due to its ‘sensitive nature.’

Nigeria' Department of State Services had arraigned Sowore and Bakare before Justice Ojukwu for treasonable felony for organising the ‘Revolution Now’ protest on August 5, 2019, which the government saw as an attempt to disrupt peace in the country.

Justice Ojukwu subsequently ordered that Sowore and Bakare be released on bail but the DSS disobeyed the order for several weeks. After granting him bail, the DSS re-arrested Sowore inside the court, causing commotion which made the judge flee.

He was, however, released following nationwide condemnation.


In February 2020, the Office of the Attorney-General took over the case, amended the charges and re-arraigned Sowore and Bakare.

The judge ordered the Federal Government to pay N200,000 as the cost to the defendants for the frivolous application for adjournment and adjourned till February 13.

Following Justice Ojukwu’s transfer to Calabar, lit waa learnt that she was given the option of continuing some other cases. A court official said the judge picked a few cases and returned some others to the CJ including Sowore’s case.

“It seems some of these judges feel intimidated. They don’t want Federal Government trouble. The case is high profile and controversial. So, they have been avoiding it,” she said.

Also it was informed that another criminal defamation case instituted by the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), involving Sowore, which is being handled by Justice Taiwo Taiwo, will also have to start afresh as the judge has returned the case file to the CJ.

“The case, Incorporated Trustees of Global Integrity Crusade Network – suing on behalf of Abubakar Malami – VS Omoyele Sowore and three others which is pending before Justice Taiwo Taiwo has also been returned to the Chief Judge for reassignment despite the fact that all the parties have filed all the processes and ready for final hearing before judgement,” the court official said.

Accordinf to the PUNCH reports, it was learnt that a fundamental human rights suit instituted by Sowore against the Director-General of the Department of State Services, Yusuf Bichi, marked FHC/ABJ/CS/ 1469/2019 for unlawful detention, which is pending before Justice Inyang Ekwo, has also been returned to the CJ for reassignment after several adjournments.

“I have never seen this sort of thing before despite serving in this court for many years. No judge is willing to sit on Sowore’s case. This never happened even during the military era,” the court official said.


Sowore in a confirmation statement has said 
Federal Judges retiring and returning his case files in droves.


He alledged that the Nigeria's AGF Abubakar Malami and the DG DSS Yusuf Bichi are shopping for pliable judges and the duo are putting pressure on one of his sureties so that they can revoke his bail, re-arrest and detain him. 


Sowore said that they’re scared but they can’t escape the upcoming revolt of the massively oppressed people of Nigeria.


"Federal Judges retiring and returning Sowore case files in droves, meanwhile AGF Abubakar Malami and DG DSS Yusuf Bichi are shopping for pliable judges and putting pressure on one of my sureties so that they can revoke my bail, re-arrest and detain me. They’re scared! But they can’t escape the upcoming revolt of the massively oppressed people of Nigeria! #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo"




#FreesundayIgboho: Buhari Regime has declared war against Nigerians says Sowore

#FreesundayIgboho: Buhari Regime has declared war against Nigerians says Sowore

Igboho

Activist and presidential candidate in the 2019 general elections, Omoyele Sowore has said the arrest of Sunday Igboho in Cotonou by the Beninoise authorities was orchestrated by tyrant Muhammadu Buhari. 


Sowore said there is No crime in asking for self determination.

" Let’s all oppressed people UNITE."


The AAC National Chairman and convener of Revolution Now said: " The Muhammadu Buhari regime has shown that it lacks respect for human rights, while it hunts down citizens from certain sections of Nigeria for arrests, extra-judicial killings, he’s also targeted political opponents and  persons not of his particular religious sect for humiliation, extra ordinary rendition illegal arrests and detentions, it is clear that Buhari and members of his regime have declared war against Nigerians, the regime must be resisted accordingly #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow" 


The Yoruba Nation's agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho was arrested in Cotonou, Benin Republic by security operatives in the West African country, according to a report by Sahara Reporters.



Igboho was arrested Monday night after fleeing Nigeria to evade arrest by Nigeria's secret police.

Buhari led anti-democratic regime has been hunting down activists as the government dins and wines with terrorists, empowered the fulani herdsmen in it's criminalities against helpless citizens and farmers.


Legally and under the international humanitarian law, Sunday Igboho can claim asylum in Benin Republic? He can argue under article 3 human rights law that if he were to be returned to Nigeria, he would be subjected to torture and inhuman degradation.


The former Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai is the Nigerian Ambassador to Benin Republic. Now it’s becoming clearer that his appointment is very strategic, possibly to frustrate Yoruba nation agitation for fairness, justice and equity, not to use Benin Republic as an escape route for freedom fighters fleeing from persecution and possibly death from a desperate, like a bull in the china shop desperate government, who will stop at nothing to hold on to power, to continue their oppression of other ethnic groups in the country, even when it is clear that such is illegal.

Igboho

Activist and presidential candidate in the 2019 general elections, Omoyele Sowore has said the arrest of Sunday Igboho in Cotonou by the Beninoise authorities was orchestrated by tyrant Muhammadu Buhari. 


Sowore said there is No crime in asking for self determination.

" Let’s all oppressed people UNITE."


The AAC National Chairman and convener of Revolution Now said: " The Muhammadu Buhari regime has shown that it lacks respect for human rights, while it hunts down citizens from certain sections of Nigeria for arrests, extra-judicial killings, he’s also targeted political opponents and  persons not of his particular religious sect for humiliation, extra ordinary rendition illegal arrests and detentions, it is clear that Buhari and members of his regime have declared war against Nigerians, the regime must be resisted accordingly #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow" 


The Yoruba Nation's agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho was arrested in Cotonou, Benin Republic by security operatives in the West African country, according to a report by Sahara Reporters.



Igboho was arrested Monday night after fleeing Nigeria to evade arrest by Nigeria's secret police.

Buhari led anti-democratic regime has been hunting down activists as the government dins and wines with terrorists, empowered the fulani herdsmen in it's criminalities against helpless citizens and farmers.


Legally and under the international humanitarian law, Sunday Igboho can claim asylum in Benin Republic? He can argue under article 3 human rights law that if he were to be returned to Nigeria, he would be subjected to torture and inhuman degradation.


The former Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai is the Nigerian Ambassador to Benin Republic. Now it’s becoming clearer that his appointment is very strategic, possibly to frustrate Yoruba nation agitation for fairness, justice and equity, not to use Benin Republic as an escape route for freedom fighters fleeing from persecution and possibly death from a desperate, like a bull in the china shop desperate government, who will stop at nothing to hold on to power, to continue their oppression of other ethnic groups in the country, even when it is clear that such is illegal.

#August5Protest: Our DEMANDS are clear and non-NEGOTIABLE! - Sowore

#August5Protest: Our DEMANDS are clear and non-NEGOTIABLE! - Sowore

 

Join the August 5th Nationwide PROTEST against Corruption and Tyranny in NIGERIA . Enough is Enough! 

You’re Shiites, IPOB, ODUDUWA, #ENDSARS, Students, Market men and women, citizens who can’t cope with rising food prices, workers whose miserable salaries are cut in half, business people whose businesses have been ruined by economic mismanagement, Farmers whose farmlands have been destroyed...come out on August 5th 2021. It will be a total lockdown at home and abroad! shops, schools, businesses are advised to observe strict closures. Only essential services will be allowed! 


Our diaspora citizens are advised to take their protests to the nearest Nigerian embassy or consulate where they don’t exist, take it to the UN office around you. Let the world know we can’t continue like this anymore!


Major Gen. Muhammadu Buhari came to destroy everything: Your farms. Your Schools. Your Businesses. Your Liberty. Your Beliefs. Your Families. Your Cultures/Traditions. Your Self Esteem. Your Jobs. Your Homes. Your Dignity. Your Creativity.  Your Laws. Your Treaties and Conventions. Your Rights. Your Democracy...



#ResistanceNow

#FreeNnamdiKanu #FreeZakyZaky #FreeDunamis5 #FreeEndsars #FreeObigbo #FreeNigeria from the grip of tyrant Muhammadu Buhari

#nogoingbacknow 

 #August5Protest

#BuhariMustGo

 #RevolutionNow

 

Join the August 5th Nationwide PROTEST against Corruption and Tyranny in NIGERIA . Enough is Enough! 

You’re Shiites, IPOB, ODUDUWA, #ENDSARS, Students, Market men and women, citizens who can’t cope with rising food prices, workers whose miserable salaries are cut in half, business people whose businesses have been ruined by economic mismanagement, Farmers whose farmlands have been destroyed...come out on August 5th 2021. It will be a total lockdown at home and abroad! shops, schools, businesses are advised to observe strict closures. Only essential services will be allowed! 


Our diaspora citizens are advised to take their protests to the nearest Nigerian embassy or consulate where they don’t exist, take it to the UN office around you. Let the world know we can’t continue like this anymore!


Major Gen. Muhammadu Buhari came to destroy everything: Your farms. Your Schools. Your Businesses. Your Liberty. Your Beliefs. Your Families. Your Cultures/Traditions. Your Self Esteem. Your Jobs. Your Homes. Your Dignity. Your Creativity.  Your Laws. Your Treaties and Conventions. Your Rights. Your Democracy...



#ResistanceNow

#FreeNnamdiKanu #FreeZakyZaky #FreeDunamis5 #FreeEndsars #FreeObigbo #FreeNigeria from the grip of tyrant Muhammadu Buhari

#nogoingbacknow 

 #August5Protest

#BuhariMustGo

 #RevolutionNow

#Twitter, #June12Protest and #99Bodies of #Endsar Protesters: Why Buhari led APC Regime Must be Abrogated Now

#Twitter, #June12Protest and #99Bodies of #Endsar Protesters: Why Buhari led APC Regime Must be Abrogated Now

Obedience to Any Tyrant is a sin against GOD
Killings ongoing in Ibarapa axis of Oyo State



This a government that insisted that army were not deployed to Lekki and that there was no killing at the Lekki toll gate. The Nigerian Army after denials said they were actually there and that nobody was killed. During the enquiry they agreed to have killed certain very few armless Protesters.

Expert pathologist and former VC of LASU Prof John Obafunwa presented minty nine (99) bodies of killed #Endsars Protesters in Lagos to Judicial panel of enquiry.


While killing has been reported and confirmed to be ongoing in Ibarapa axis of Oyo state with more than 20 persons confirmed to have been killed by the FULANI Invaders, the suspension of Twitter by the Major General Muhammadu Buhari led APC evil regime has been also said to be ahead of the intended evils to be perpetrated before, during and after June 12 as many youths and concerned NIGERIANS are mobilising to storm the streets in Protest against maladministration and government failures in every nation's sectors.


 Do we still need to restated it here that killings are ongoing in Benue and South East. That the same Buhari government was culpable in sponsoring and ordering the killings of the Siirte in Kaduna. What about the southern Kaduna genocide under this same regime?


A country is a place where you are protected and provided for, Nigeria is not a country but a jungle and then the failed leadership still insisting on passive obedience from the daily trumatised citizens.


From the face of things raging from pampering terrorists, Bandits, killer Herdsmen and kidnappers with the government happily negotiating and paying ransomes from or with our collective resources, a prima facie that the country currently don't have leaders but beast as rulers.


If you are not fighting for a new Nigeria you are wrong and those agitating for self rule or dismantling of the contraption called Nigeria are not in any way wrong.


Nigerians should unite against their TERRORIST Government, We can't continue to fold our arms while they and their agents of evil continue to Terrorize us. The fact remains, oppressive regime must be brought down by the Peoples who installed it. 


The government would rather spend money on making themselves look good online than to spend the same money on developing the society. And now that Social media giants like Twitter and Facebook are deleting their war roaring against helpless citizens who are agitating for a better country which they can call theirs.


Whereever tyrants and or dictators rule; rebellion, Revolution and opposition are inalienable rights. Obedience to Tyranny is a sin against GOD who continually demands fairness, justice and equity! 


A government closing down evolving social media channels, digital spaces and opportunities but agitating and primitively enforcing cattle routes deserved truncation either by Revolution or any other means to save lives. Hence non of the agitations in the country either from the South South, South East, West and Benue are right moves in the right directions to save lives from killer presidency.


Comrade 'Dele Abiola

Obedience to Any Tyrant is a sin against GOD
Killings ongoing in Ibarapa axis of Oyo State



This a government that insisted that army were not deployed to Lekki and that there was no killing at the Lekki toll gate. The Nigerian Army after denials said they were actually there and that nobody was killed. During the enquiry they agreed to have killed certain very few armless Protesters.

Expert pathologist and former VC of LASU Prof John Obafunwa presented minty nine (99) bodies of killed #Endsars Protesters in Lagos to Judicial panel of enquiry.


While killing has been reported and confirmed to be ongoing in Ibarapa axis of Oyo state with more than 20 persons confirmed to have been killed by the FULANI Invaders, the suspension of Twitter by the Major General Muhammadu Buhari led APC evil regime has been also said to be ahead of the intended evils to be perpetrated before, during and after June 12 as many youths and concerned NIGERIANS are mobilising to storm the streets in Protest against maladministration and government failures in every nation's sectors.


 Do we still need to restated it here that killings are ongoing in Benue and South East. That the same Buhari government was culpable in sponsoring and ordering the killings of the Siirte in Kaduna. What about the southern Kaduna genocide under this same regime?


A country is a place where you are protected and provided for, Nigeria is not a country but a jungle and then the failed leadership still insisting on passive obedience from the daily trumatised citizens.


From the face of things raging from pampering terrorists, Bandits, killer Herdsmen and kidnappers with the government happily negotiating and paying ransomes from or with our collective resources, a prima facie that the country currently don't have leaders but beast as rulers.


If you are not fighting for a new Nigeria you are wrong and those agitating for self rule or dismantling of the contraption called Nigeria are not in any way wrong.


Nigerians should unite against their TERRORIST Government, We can't continue to fold our arms while they and their agents of evil continue to Terrorize us. The fact remains, oppressive regime must be brought down by the Peoples who installed it. 


The government would rather spend money on making themselves look good online than to spend the same money on developing the society. And now that Social media giants like Twitter and Facebook are deleting their war roaring against helpless citizens who are agitating for a better country which they can call theirs.


Whereever tyrants and or dictators rule; rebellion, Revolution and opposition are inalienable rights. Obedience to Tyranny is a sin against GOD who continually demands fairness, justice and equity! 


A government closing down evolving social media channels, digital spaces and opportunities but agitating and primitively enforcing cattle routes deserved truncation either by Revolution or any other means to save lives. Hence non of the agitations in the country either from the South South, South East, West and Benue are right moves in the right directions to save lives from killer presidency.


Comrade 'Dele Abiola

ATTEMPTS TO MURDER SOWORE: IN VAIN BUHARI'S BANGLES CAST!

ATTEMPTS TO MURDER SOWORE: IN VAIN BUHARI'S BANGLES CAST!

 By Kunle Wizeman Ajayi


For the upteenth time, the Nigerian rulling class has made another deadly attack on Omoyele Sowore, the National Chair of the African Action Congress (AAC) and leader of the TakeItBack Movement (TIB.) This time, its at Unity Fountain and its yet again the same SARS Squad that made the last attempt on Sowore and other comrades' lives during the January 1st #RevolutionNow Cross Over Night. I narrowly escaped that brutality myself. The grouse of the Nigerian rulers is that Sowore is leading the most sophisticated, ideological, and consistent opposition to its current Fascist momentum which is meant to destroy the heightening hunger of milliions of Nigerian workers and youths for a new and pro-people country.



The protest at Unity Fountain was called by the Femi Falana-led T-PAPS and Omoyele Sowore was invited alongside other change-seeking activists and people. As early as 6.00am, the Unity Fountain had been sealed by war-ready police and DSS officers. The police officers on ground engaged with Sowore to reach out to FCT CP Bala, who evidently denied the order to seal the fountain. But within few minutes, the DSP Altine-led SARS Squad stormed the venue and started shooting. DSP Altine Daniel herself shot directly at Sowore and even told him pointedly after the activist queried that; "I did!"



But DSP Altine and the police thugs of President Buhari has failed again. Their plan to destroy all genuine voices of dissent is shattered. This is the third deadly attack on Sowore after the Great #ENDSARS Revolt which baptized and energized the Buhari-taunted "lazy youths" and turned them to a coconut head-generation that globally sorosoke for a new democratic, economically developed and sustainanble, secure, and pro-people Nigeria. The fourteen days of #EndSARS was so great that it shook not only the Buhari government, but the whole world!

The last point of the 5FOR5 Demands of the #EndSARS Revolt was salary increment and welfare of police and military rank and files. We urge all sensible police and military guys to start thinking from their hearts and stop licking the anus of their officers of impunity who are the ones chopping their lives all around while the rank and files are suffering and facing the hell of insecurity and terrororism. Many a police guys are ambitious state terrorists themselves, but many still has some hearts. These ones must, organize and be counted amongst the millions who truly want a country of peace and prosperity. The lessons of the 2002 National Police Strike need to be learnt and advanced.


However, what are the lessons from this particular attack?


First is that the Nigerian Ruling Class is testing the waters. I witnessed the New Year 2021 Cross Over attack. The drunk SARS officers were pointedly agitated to inflict deadly injuries on us all, and especially Omoyele Sowore. Same DSP Altine called his bosses after the headbutt that broke Sowore's nose by DSP Suleiman Abdulkadir, and jubilantly announced that she had captured the big fish. But the protests after caused them big regrets.


Also, this second straight shooting at Sowore was almost like the one at the front of the National Assembly when the Abuja Six were arrested. That its same DSP Altine-led SARS Squad, let the cat out of the bag that the Buhari government is determined to go bunkers to eliminate all forms of real and formidable oppositions.


Finally, the deadly attacks on Sowore has shown that what the government fear the most is revolution! The Five-Point Demands of the #RevolutionNow of: *An Economy that Works For the Masses; An Effective and Democratic End To Insecurity;  An End To Systemic Corruption and For Total System Change; The Immediate Implementation of #30,000 Minimum Wage; and Free and Quality Education and Healthcare For All* hit the nails on the heads while the Coalition For Revolution (CORE)'s Charter of Demands is an altruistic and radically historic booklet that opens the road to a new thinking for a new world in a new Nigeria.


The  Buhari government is a cowardly affliction that must be deafeated. Only the unity of all oppressed will instructively respond surgically and more safely to end the shenanigans of our oppressors. Scattered we may loose. From North to South, oppressions and mass poverty are much things to unite us than divide us. Let all us all, by June 12, show the Buhari government that we all can march together in our millions to win. In the North, we march in millions to defeat Boko Haram, ISWAP, Bandits, and the state terrorists. From East to South, we march against Unknown Gun Men, Bandits, Kidnappers, and the Pallaitaive Rogues in government. Our oppressors are one and the same in different agbada, babariga, and suits. Only by uniting all struggles of workers and youths like the Januray 2012 Uprising Against Subsidy Removal and the #EndSARS Revolts to a gigantic #RevolutionNow will we ever get the new Nigeria we want. As we soldier on, and Omoyele Sowore has bounced back like the lion is wont to, we point all our ten fingers of waka to boo the Bubu and the runining class in the words from Wole Soyinka's "Abiku" that :


                *"In vain your bangles cast!"*

 By Kunle Wizeman Ajayi


For the upteenth time, the Nigerian rulling class has made another deadly attack on Omoyele Sowore, the National Chair of the African Action Congress (AAC) and leader of the TakeItBack Movement (TIB.) This time, its at Unity Fountain and its yet again the same SARS Squad that made the last attempt on Sowore and other comrades' lives during the January 1st #RevolutionNow Cross Over Night. I narrowly escaped that brutality myself. The grouse of the Nigerian rulers is that Sowore is leading the most sophisticated, ideological, and consistent opposition to its current Fascist momentum which is meant to destroy the heightening hunger of milliions of Nigerian workers and youths for a new and pro-people country.



The protest at Unity Fountain was called by the Femi Falana-led T-PAPS and Omoyele Sowore was invited alongside other change-seeking activists and people. As early as 6.00am, the Unity Fountain had been sealed by war-ready police and DSS officers. The police officers on ground engaged with Sowore to reach out to FCT CP Bala, who evidently denied the order to seal the fountain. But within few minutes, the DSP Altine-led SARS Squad stormed the venue and started shooting. DSP Altine Daniel herself shot directly at Sowore and even told him pointedly after the activist queried that; "I did!"



But DSP Altine and the police thugs of President Buhari has failed again. Their plan to destroy all genuine voices of dissent is shattered. This is the third deadly attack on Sowore after the Great #ENDSARS Revolt which baptized and energized the Buhari-taunted "lazy youths" and turned them to a coconut head-generation that globally sorosoke for a new democratic, economically developed and sustainanble, secure, and pro-people Nigeria. The fourteen days of #EndSARS was so great that it shook not only the Buhari government, but the whole world!

The last point of the 5FOR5 Demands of the #EndSARS Revolt was salary increment and welfare of police and military rank and files. We urge all sensible police and military guys to start thinking from their hearts and stop licking the anus of their officers of impunity who are the ones chopping their lives all around while the rank and files are suffering and facing the hell of insecurity and terrororism. Many a police guys are ambitious state terrorists themselves, but many still has some hearts. These ones must, organize and be counted amongst the millions who truly want a country of peace and prosperity. The lessons of the 2002 National Police Strike need to be learnt and advanced.


However, what are the lessons from this particular attack?


First is that the Nigerian Ruling Class is testing the waters. I witnessed the New Year 2021 Cross Over attack. The drunk SARS officers were pointedly agitated to inflict deadly injuries on us all, and especially Omoyele Sowore. Same DSP Altine called his bosses after the headbutt that broke Sowore's nose by DSP Suleiman Abdulkadir, and jubilantly announced that she had captured the big fish. But the protests after caused them big regrets.


Also, this second straight shooting at Sowore was almost like the one at the front of the National Assembly when the Abuja Six were arrested. That its same DSP Altine-led SARS Squad, let the cat out of the bag that the Buhari government is determined to go bunkers to eliminate all forms of real and formidable oppositions.


Finally, the deadly attacks on Sowore has shown that what the government fear the most is revolution! The Five-Point Demands of the #RevolutionNow of: *An Economy that Works For the Masses; An Effective and Democratic End To Insecurity;  An End To Systemic Corruption and For Total System Change; The Immediate Implementation of #30,000 Minimum Wage; and Free and Quality Education and Healthcare For All* hit the nails on the heads while the Coalition For Revolution (CORE)'s Charter of Demands is an altruistic and radically historic booklet that opens the road to a new thinking for a new world in a new Nigeria.


The  Buhari government is a cowardly affliction that must be deafeated. Only the unity of all oppressed will instructively respond surgically and more safely to end the shenanigans of our oppressors. Scattered we may loose. From North to South, oppressions and mass poverty are much things to unite us than divide us. Let all us all, by June 12, show the Buhari government that we all can march together in our millions to win. In the North, we march in millions to defeat Boko Haram, ISWAP, Bandits, and the state terrorists. From East to South, we march against Unknown Gun Men, Bandits, Kidnappers, and the Pallaitaive Rogues in government. Our oppressors are one and the same in different agbada, babariga, and suits. Only by uniting all struggles of workers and youths like the Januray 2012 Uprising Against Subsidy Removal and the #EndSARS Revolts to a gigantic #RevolutionNow will we ever get the new Nigeria we want. As we soldier on, and Omoyele Sowore has bounced back like the lion is wont to, we point all our ten fingers of waka to boo the Bubu and the runining class in the words from Wole Soyinka's "Abiku" that :


                *"In vain your bangles cast!"*

AAC PRESS STATEMENT: WE CONDEMN THE ATTACK ON PEACEFUL PROTESTERS TODAY AT UNITY FOUNTAIN, ABUJA

AAC PRESS STATEMENT: WE CONDEMN THE ATTACK ON PEACEFUL PROTESTERS TODAY AT UNITY FOUNTAIN, ABUJA

CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE ARREST OF CSP HYELHIRA ALTINE WHO SHOT OMOYELE SOWORE AT CLOSE RANGE. 


Nigerians have recorded any low in the attack on the rights of Nigerians to peacefully assemble , associate and express themselves without fear. We are seized by the event at the Unity Fountain, Abuja where concerned citizens have gathered to protest the spate of insecurity that has claimed the lives of over 4500 Nigerians in a space of just a month. This is without mentioning the rate of kidnappings, violent displacement of persons and banditry ravaging our immediate communities. The drowsiness of the Buhari regime has also made the country rank 3rd position in the list of most terrorized nations in the World. 

These were among the many unfortunate reasons concerned Nigerians including members of the AAC proposed to gather and demand in a peaceful protest that the sleeping regime wake up to its primary responsibility to secure lives and property of Nigerians. 


No sooner had Nigerians gathered at the protest ground than the gates were locked on the orders of the Conmissoner of Police, FCT, Bala Ciroma. 



While the National Chairman of the AAC, Sowore alongside other comrades was addressing the illegality, another detachment of armed-to-the-teeth policemen led by CSP Altine arrived the scene and without recourse to any iota of civilization or civil engagement, shot at Omoyele Sowore and dispersed the protesters violently. 


We maintain that the shooting of the National Chairman, OMOYELE SOWORE in Abuja this morning by the police is a well-planned but poorly executed and botched political assassination attempt by Buhari government and its think tank! We demand the immediate arrest of CSP Altine and her team. 


The attack on peaceful protesters today is the last thing they had to do to intimidate the people and to send the signal of how deadly they could be in the next days, if people attempted to stage any form of protest.


We want to assure the murderous Buhari regime that this shall be counter-productive in the long run as it is very impossible to beat citizens to stupor like this and still forbid them from crying or determine the place where they can cry. 


The AAC calls on all Nigerians home and abroad to remain resolute in the fight against tyranny and oppression in our land and we shall be victorious in the fight to send these marauders out of power, for a sane society to be established. 


The struggle continues! 



Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye 

National Publicity Secretary

African Action Congress

31/05/2021

CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE ARREST OF CSP HYELHIRA ALTINE WHO SHOT OMOYELE SOWORE AT CLOSE RANGE. 


Nigerians have recorded any low in the attack on the rights of Nigerians to peacefully assemble , associate and express themselves without fear. We are seized by the event at the Unity Fountain, Abuja where concerned citizens have gathered to protest the spate of insecurity that has claimed the lives of over 4500 Nigerians in a space of just a month. This is without mentioning the rate of kidnappings, violent displacement of persons and banditry ravaging our immediate communities. The drowsiness of the Buhari regime has also made the country rank 3rd position in the list of most terrorized nations in the World. 

These were among the many unfortunate reasons concerned Nigerians including members of the AAC proposed to gather and demand in a peaceful protest that the sleeping regime wake up to its primary responsibility to secure lives and property of Nigerians. 


No sooner had Nigerians gathered at the protest ground than the gates were locked on the orders of the Conmissoner of Police, FCT, Bala Ciroma. 



While the National Chairman of the AAC, Sowore alongside other comrades was addressing the illegality, another detachment of armed-to-the-teeth policemen led by CSP Altine arrived the scene and without recourse to any iota of civilization or civil engagement, shot at Omoyele Sowore and dispersed the protesters violently. 


We maintain that the shooting of the National Chairman, OMOYELE SOWORE in Abuja this morning by the police is a well-planned but poorly executed and botched political assassination attempt by Buhari government and its think tank! We demand the immediate arrest of CSP Altine and her team. 


The attack on peaceful protesters today is the last thing they had to do to intimidate the people and to send the signal of how deadly they could be in the next days, if people attempted to stage any form of protest.


We want to assure the murderous Buhari regime that this shall be counter-productive in the long run as it is very impossible to beat citizens to stupor like this and still forbid them from crying or determine the place where they can cry. 


The AAC calls on all Nigerians home and abroad to remain resolute in the fight against tyranny and oppression in our land and we shall be victorious in the fight to send these marauders out of power, for a sane society to be established. 


The struggle continues! 



Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye 

National Publicity Secretary

African Action Congress

31/05/2021

AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore has just been shot in Abuja, in critical condition

AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore has just been shot in Abuja, in critical condition

Let the struggle continue even if they take my life says Sowore

 The publisher of Sahara Reporters and former presidential candidate of the African Action Congress in the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has been reportedly shot by the police in Abuja, the NIGERIA'S Capital.


The convener of the RevolutionNow movement has been confined in the FCT by a federal court over a purported protest in August 2019.

The details and his present state remained unknown as he was been shot in the abdomen, according to the circulating pictures on the social media.


Further sources confirmed that @YeleSowore was shot by a female Police @PoliceNG Officer at Unity Fountain in Abuja, as the Police blocked protesters from entering Unity Fountain with BuhariMustGo protest.
The party wrote:




The Police woman DSP Hyelhira Altine Daniel has been pointed as the one who shot sowore during the protest. Source added that this same woman attempted the same sinister move on Sowore sometimes ago in Abuja.


Further report also says he was shot in the tight. Comrades were seen in a video helping the activist out of the scene into a waiting vehicle.




An eye witness account said: "It wasn’t stray at all. I was close to him holding his phone and recording. She shot immeditely she arrived the scene. Sowore was shouting “you just shot me” repeatedly. We were both looking at her with the hope that she would say it’s a mistake or even show some kind of remorse or shock. Her look suggested affirmation of her action. It was after the first shot, tear gas canisters were shot. She did it on orders."


Although in a critical condition, he is responding to treatment said another sources. 


AAC said:


 

The African Action Congress (AAC) in a statement signed by its publicity Secretary Femi Adeyeye condemned the attacks by the security operatives on the peaceful Protesters and called for the arrest and prosecution of the police officer who shot at Omoyele Sowore.


Let the struggle continue even if they take my life says Sowore

 The publisher of Sahara Reporters and former presidential candidate of the African Action Congress in the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has been reportedly shot by the police in Abuja, the NIGERIA'S Capital.


The convener of the RevolutionNow movement has been confined in the FCT by a federal court over a purported protest in August 2019.

The details and his present state remained unknown as he was been shot in the abdomen, according to the circulating pictures on the social media.


Further sources confirmed that @YeleSowore was shot by a female Police @PoliceNG Officer at Unity Fountain in Abuja, as the Police blocked protesters from entering Unity Fountain with BuhariMustGo protest.
The party wrote:




The Police woman DSP Hyelhira Altine Daniel has been pointed as the one who shot sowore during the protest. Source added that this same woman attempted the same sinister move on Sowore sometimes ago in Abuja.


Further report also says he was shot in the tight. Comrades were seen in a video helping the activist out of the scene into a waiting vehicle.




An eye witness account said: "It wasn’t stray at all. I was close to him holding his phone and recording. She shot immeditely she arrived the scene. Sowore was shouting “you just shot me” repeatedly. We were both looking at her with the hope that she would say it’s a mistake or even show some kind of remorse or shock. Her look suggested affirmation of her action. It was after the first shot, tear gas canisters were shot. She did it on orders."


Although in a critical condition, he is responding to treatment said another sources. 


AAC said:


 

The African Action Congress (AAC) in a statement signed by its publicity Secretary Femi Adeyeye condemned the attacks by the security operatives on the peaceful Protesters and called for the arrest and prosecution of the police officer who shot at Omoyele Sowore.


AAC PRESS STATEMENT: IN THE ABSENCE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE, THE DSS CAN NOT INTIMIDATE NIGERIANS INTO FORCED PATRIOTISM

AAC PRESS STATEMENT: IN THE ABSENCE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE, THE DSS CAN NOT INTIMIDATE NIGERIANS INTO FORCED PATRIOTISM


It is no news anymore that the polity has been engaged by Nigerians with a lot of agitations for social, political and economic justice. There is no overbloating that these agitations are being orchestrated across the full length and breadth of the country with Nigerians in diaspora not excluded. In the acceptance of the aforementioned, the Department of State Services (DSS) in a press statement released on 2nd May 2021 and signed by its Public relations officer, Mr Peter Ifunanya has taken its usual uncivilized posture of heating up the polity with threats and subversive statements against the constitutional rights of Nigerians to freely speak, assemble and protest against the unfortunate trend of insecurity, poverty, corruption and total lack of respect for citizenship.


It is indeed unfortunate that this security outfit that has been grossly incapable of fishing out terrorists, bandits; ‘’unknown gun men’’ both on our streets and inside government offices; such gross incompetence, that has turned the country to a hotbed of kidnappings, terrorism and banditry has suddenly found its reed voice and has taken to the market to threaten Nigerians whom in an harmonious manner have passed a vote of no confidence on the tyrannical and anti-people Buhari regime. 


For a country that now ranks 3rd most terrorized nation in the world, it is rather pathetic that instead of addressing this ridiculous ‘’feat’’, the regime concerns itself with a misplaced priority of chasing after protesters and critics while empowering, protecting and defending terrorists.  

It is evident that the DSS needs a course on democratic tenets and principles and how people’s rights to disagree must be respected. The act of drawing a red line to people’s rights must be condemned by all and sundry just as we have always maintained in the African Action Congress (AAC). As a party, we have long come to the conclusion that the Buhari regime is incapable of running a democratic and highly effective government guided by the rule of law.


It is our position at the African Action Congress that the rights of Nigerians to freely assemble, organize and express themselves without any intimidation must be fully respected. We reiterate for the umpteenth time that patriotism cannot be forced on a people who have been denied social justice.

 

Signed:

Femi Adeyeye

National Public Secretary, AAC

3/5/2021


It is no news anymore that the polity has been engaged by Nigerians with a lot of agitations for social, political and economic justice. There is no overbloating that these agitations are being orchestrated across the full length and breadth of the country with Nigerians in diaspora not excluded. In the acceptance of the aforementioned, the Department of State Services (DSS) in a press statement released on 2nd May 2021 and signed by its Public relations officer, Mr Peter Ifunanya has taken its usual uncivilized posture of heating up the polity with threats and subversive statements against the constitutional rights of Nigerians to freely speak, assemble and protest against the unfortunate trend of insecurity, poverty, corruption and total lack of respect for citizenship.


It is indeed unfortunate that this security outfit that has been grossly incapable of fishing out terrorists, bandits; ‘’unknown gun men’’ both on our streets and inside government offices; such gross incompetence, that has turned the country to a hotbed of kidnappings, terrorism and banditry has suddenly found its reed voice and has taken to the market to threaten Nigerians whom in an harmonious manner have passed a vote of no confidence on the tyrannical and anti-people Buhari regime. 


For a country that now ranks 3rd most terrorized nation in the world, it is rather pathetic that instead of addressing this ridiculous ‘’feat’’, the regime concerns itself with a misplaced priority of chasing after protesters and critics while empowering, protecting and defending terrorists.  

It is evident that the DSS needs a course on democratic tenets and principles and how people’s rights to disagree must be respected. The act of drawing a red line to people’s rights must be condemned by all and sundry just as we have always maintained in the African Action Congress (AAC). As a party, we have long come to the conclusion that the Buhari regime is incapable of running a democratic and highly effective government guided by the rule of law.


It is our position at the African Action Congress that the rights of Nigerians to freely assemble, organize and express themselves without any intimidation must be fully respected. We reiterate for the umpteenth time that patriotism cannot be forced on a people who have been denied social justice.

 

Signed:

Femi Adeyeye

National Public Secretary, AAC

3/5/2021

AAC: AGAINST THE DIVISIVE TENDENCIES OF SECCESSION AND THE DRUMS OF WAR, IT’S TIME FOR THE WORKERS TO UNIFY NIGERIANS UNDER THE BANNERS OF REVOLUTION

AAC: AGAINST THE DIVISIVE TENDENCIES OF SECCESSION AND THE DRUMS OF WAR, IT’S TIME FOR THE WORKERS TO UNIFY NIGERIANS UNDER THE BANNERS OF REVOLUTION

 MAY DAY 2021 PRESS STATEMENT


AGAINST THE DIVISIVE TENDENCIES OF SECCESSION AND THE DRUMS OF WAR, IT’S TIME FOR THE WORKERS TO UNIFY NIGERIANS UNDER THE BANNERS OF REVOLUTION. 



The African Action Congress seizes this medium to commiserate with the ever resilient Nigerian workers on the occasion of the International Workers’ Day. Historically, the Nigerian workers have proven to be the bastion of wealth generation and in public conscience, have helped amplify the overall yearnings of the Nigerian people in pursuit of good governance, peace and prosperity. This could be traced back to its age-long responsibility of fighting all that represents the system of greed and power. Its capacity to unite Nigerians despite diverse ethno-religious backgrounds has been confirmed in popular struggles such as the Anti-SAP, 2012 Occupy Nigeria and the over 8 general strikes against numerous anti-people policies of the Nigerian state. With deepening socio-economic crises that have polarized Nigerians along ethno-religious lines more than ever, there is no better time than now for the Trade Union to rise to the occasion of leading the Nigerian people in a coordinated fight-back against poverty, insecurity, and their resultant socio-economic effects.


Sadly, the Nigerian workers have been victims of worst human, social, political and economic abuse of embarrassing magnitude. Aside from astronomical increases in costs of living which include hiked electricity tariffs, fraudulent oil subsidy removal and maddening rate of inflation to mention but a few, the Nigerian workers have also been confronted with the most terrible form of human rights and labour rights violations. *In addition to the fact that the take-home wage can no longer take workers home, even the homes are no longer safe from banditry, neither are the streets free from terrorism.*


Never in history have Nigerians been this divided along ethnic lines neither have we been so torn apart along religious divides. While past governments have done so much to privatize public wealth, the Buhari regime has helped to deeply consolidate this socio-economic crime with merciless impunity.


Of note is the failure of respective state governments to respect the 30,000 Naira Minimum wage agreement they wilfully signed with workers. A number of Governors including the always-sobbing Ben Ayade, Emperor Yahaya Bello, despotic Nyesom Wike, mischievously-weeping Ortom and El Rufai whose mastery of mischief and violent anti-labour practices have descended the state into abject poverty and unprecedented insecurity. We condemn the plot by the Government to further subject Nigerian workers and the mass of our people to excruciating living conditions through plans to yet again increase the price of fuel. *We are not oblivious of the machination employed by the government through the “zero remittance to the FAAC by the NNPC” government magic, which would in turn translate to zero salary for workers, zero healthcare, zero education funding, zero security and the long term attempt to blackmail the Nigerian people into accepting further increases in fuel pump price under the guise of the infamous subsidy removal.* Nigerians refuse to be blackmailed by the prodigal ruling class. 


In today’s reality, the Nigerian masses are presented with options of whether to fight intra-class war with themselves using the weapons of secession or to organize politically in a revolution against their common exploiters. As we join workers to mark the 2021 May Day event, we reiterate our position which is that the Nigerian workers must rise to the historical task of leading the Nigerian people against this regime of anarchy and utter barbarism. The African Action Congress as a revolutionary party of the masses, workers and youths remains a willing vehicle to mobilize support and solidarity towards the cause of the Nigerian working people.

Solidarity!

 

Signed:


‘Femi Adeyeye

Publicity Secretary, African Action Congress

1/5/2021

 MAY DAY 2021 PRESS STATEMENT


AGAINST THE DIVISIVE TENDENCIES OF SECCESSION AND THE DRUMS OF WAR, IT’S TIME FOR THE WORKERS TO UNIFY NIGERIANS UNDER THE BANNERS OF REVOLUTION. 



The African Action Congress seizes this medium to commiserate with the ever resilient Nigerian workers on the occasion of the International Workers’ Day. Historically, the Nigerian workers have proven to be the bastion of wealth generation and in public conscience, have helped amplify the overall yearnings of the Nigerian people in pursuit of good governance, peace and prosperity. This could be traced back to its age-long responsibility of fighting all that represents the system of greed and power. Its capacity to unite Nigerians despite diverse ethno-religious backgrounds has been confirmed in popular struggles such as the Anti-SAP, 2012 Occupy Nigeria and the over 8 general strikes against numerous anti-people policies of the Nigerian state. With deepening socio-economic crises that have polarized Nigerians along ethno-religious lines more than ever, there is no better time than now for the Trade Union to rise to the occasion of leading the Nigerian people in a coordinated fight-back against poverty, insecurity, and their resultant socio-economic effects.


Sadly, the Nigerian workers have been victims of worst human, social, political and economic abuse of embarrassing magnitude. Aside from astronomical increases in costs of living which include hiked electricity tariffs, fraudulent oil subsidy removal and maddening rate of inflation to mention but a few, the Nigerian workers have also been confronted with the most terrible form of human rights and labour rights violations. *In addition to the fact that the take-home wage can no longer take workers home, even the homes are no longer safe from banditry, neither are the streets free from terrorism.*


Never in history have Nigerians been this divided along ethnic lines neither have we been so torn apart along religious divides. While past governments have done so much to privatize public wealth, the Buhari regime has helped to deeply consolidate this socio-economic crime with merciless impunity.


Of note is the failure of respective state governments to respect the 30,000 Naira Minimum wage agreement they wilfully signed with workers. A number of Governors including the always-sobbing Ben Ayade, Emperor Yahaya Bello, despotic Nyesom Wike, mischievously-weeping Ortom and El Rufai whose mastery of mischief and violent anti-labour practices have descended the state into abject poverty and unprecedented insecurity. We condemn the plot by the Government to further subject Nigerian workers and the mass of our people to excruciating living conditions through plans to yet again increase the price of fuel. *We are not oblivious of the machination employed by the government through the “zero remittance to the FAAC by the NNPC” government magic, which would in turn translate to zero salary for workers, zero healthcare, zero education funding, zero security and the long term attempt to blackmail the Nigerian people into accepting further increases in fuel pump price under the guise of the infamous subsidy removal.* Nigerians refuse to be blackmailed by the prodigal ruling class. 


In today’s reality, the Nigerian masses are presented with options of whether to fight intra-class war with themselves using the weapons of secession or to organize politically in a revolution against their common exploiters. As we join workers to mark the 2021 May Day event, we reiterate our position which is that the Nigerian workers must rise to the historical task of leading the Nigerian people against this regime of anarchy and utter barbarism. The African Action Congress as a revolutionary party of the masses, workers and youths remains a willing vehicle to mobilize support and solidarity towards the cause of the Nigerian working people.

Solidarity!

 

Signed:


‘Femi Adeyeye

Publicity Secretary, African Action Congress

1/5/2021

AAC NEC Revalidates Sowore @YeleSowore As National Chairman of the party

AAC NEC Revalidates Sowore @YeleSowore As National Chairman of the party

Sowore

An opposition Political Party in Nigeria, African Action Congress (AAC) has revalidated the position of Omoyele Sowore, the convener of #RevolutionNow, as its national chairman.


The unanimous decision was reached at the party's National Executive Council (NEC) meeting on Tuesday in Abuja.


Party chairmen and leaders from states across the federation and FCT attended the first NEC meeting of the year as many also joined via social media channels.


According to press statement signed by Sowore and the newly unanimously appointment publicity Secretary Femi Adeyeye, the NEC-in-council reaffirmed the recognition of Omoyele Sowore as the National Chairman of the African Action Congress and other National Officers who were elected along with Sowore at the Lagos Convention in 2019.


The Party leadership also warned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to desist from its medlling in the party's affairs.



Sowore

An opposition Political Party in Nigeria, African Action Congress (AAC) has revalidated the position of Omoyele Sowore, the convener of #RevolutionNow, as its national chairman.


The unanimous decision was reached at the party's National Executive Council (NEC) meeting on Tuesday in Abuja.


Party chairmen and leaders from states across the federation and FCT attended the first NEC meeting of the year as many also joined via social media channels.


According to press statement signed by Sowore and the newly unanimously appointment publicity Secretary Femi Adeyeye, the NEC-in-council reaffirmed the recognition of Omoyele Sowore as the National Chairman of the African Action Congress and other National Officers who were elected along with Sowore at the Lagos Convention in 2019.


The Party leadership also warned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to desist from its medlling in the party's affairs.



Happy Revolutionary Birthday to Comrade Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob (Democracy)

Happy Revolutionary Birthday to Comrade Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob (Democracy)

Comrade Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob
and Omoyele Sowore

Happy Revolutionary Birthday to the Oyo state AAC Chairman, Comrade Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob A.K. A. Democracy.



May you live long to witness and reap bountifully from a restructured, secured and prosperous Nigeria where sons of nobody can become somebody without knowing anybody.



Congratulations Sir!

May God bless your new age and your glorious new year filled with joy and happiness in perfect health condition and peace of mind. 


Cheers!!!

Comrade'Dele Abiola

Comrade Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob
and Omoyele Sowore

Happy Revolutionary Birthday to the Oyo state AAC Chairman, Comrade Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob A.K. A. Democracy.



May you live long to witness and reap bountifully from a restructured, secured and prosperous Nigeria where sons of nobody can become somebody without knowing anybody.



Congratulations Sir!

May God bless your new age and your glorious new year filled with joy and happiness in perfect health condition and peace of mind. 


Cheers!!!

Comrade'Dele Abiola

Photos: AAC NEC Meeting ongoing in Abuja, you can join the meeting via social media channels

Photos: AAC NEC Meeting ongoing in Abuja, you can join the meeting via social media channels

 


An opposition Political Party in Nigeria, African Action Congress (AAC) is currently holding her 1st National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of 2021 in Abuja with all delegates across the 36 State of Nigeria present.  

Omoyele Sowore is the National leaders and the Chairman of the group.
#AACNecMeeting 


Join the meeting live on:
















 


An opposition Political Party in Nigeria, African Action Congress (AAC) is currently holding her 1st National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of 2021 in Abuja with all delegates across the 36 State of Nigeria present.  

Omoyele Sowore is the National leaders and the Chairman of the group.
#AACNecMeeting 


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Sowore vs FG: Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu, Justice Rosemary Dugbo transferred to Calabar

Sowore vs FG: Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu, Justice Rosemary Dugbo transferred to Calabar

Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu and Justice Rosemary Dugbo have been assigned Courts 1 and 2 respectively in the Calabar division of the Federal High Court, Cross river watch reported.


The details of what will happen and who will be assigned to handle the porported case between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the AAC Chairman Omoyele Sowore over RevolutionNow protest of August 5th 2019 which justice Ojukwu has been in charge in Abuja is yet to be made available to the public.

According to the report, the two Justices are to respectively replace Justice Sule Shuaibu and Justice Simon Amobeda who have been reassigned to the Benin and Maiduguri divisions of the Court respectively.

They are to resume sitting in Calabar on April 12, 2021, a document signed by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice John Tsoho and dated March 16, 2021 read.

Here is what we know about the Judges:

Justice Ojukwu
 JUSTICE IJEOMA OJUKWU


Born on December 14, 1966 in Kaduna State, Justice Ojukwu popular for her handling of the case of Omoyele Sowore, a Nigerian Journalist and Convener of #RevolutionNow and his co-defendant, Olawale Bakare, presided over Court 5 in the Abuja division of the Court.

She hails from Isikwuaito in Abia State. She was called to the bar in 1990 and holds a Masters at Law (LLM) degree.

Her journey on the Bench began with her appointment as a Senior Magistrate Grade II in the A State Judiciary in June 1996 where she served through the ranks till in January 2006 when she was appointed Chief Magistrate Grade I.

Months later in November 2006, she was appointed the Deputy Chief Registrar,in charge of Magistrate/Special Duties at the High Court of Justice, Umuahia where she served until she was sworn in as a Judge of the Federal High Court on June 22, 2009.

She will sit as the administrative Judge in the Calabar division, replacing Justice Sule Shuaibu.

Justice Dugbo

JUSTICE ROSEMARY DUGBO


Born on new year’s day in Bom, Justice Dugbo is a native of Udu in Delta State and until her posting to the Calabar division, served at the Enugu division.

Called to the bar in 1986, she has two Master degrees. Business Law MA obtained in 1989 and a Masters in Commercial Law (LL.M) obtained in 2009.

She was in private practice with different forms until 2001 when she was employed as Deputy Chief Registrar of the Federal High Court. She was later elevated to the rank of Chief Registrar in 2012 and served in that capacity until she was sworn in as a Judge December 2, 2015.

She replaces Justice Amobeda who is famous for a leaked audio tape wherein he made assertions that were interpreted by many as a direct threat on the life of Agba Jalingo, a Nigerian Journalist facing trial for alleged acts of treason and terrorism, as well as ordering that the prosecution in the case, mask all of it’s witnesses.

Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu and Justice Rosemary Dugbo have been assigned Courts 1 and 2 respectively in the Calabar division of the Federal High Court, Cross river watch reported.


The details of what will happen and who will be assigned to handle the porported case between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the AAC Chairman Omoyele Sowore over RevolutionNow protest of August 5th 2019 which justice Ojukwu has been in charge in Abuja is yet to be made available to the public.

According to the report, the two Justices are to respectively replace Justice Sule Shuaibu and Justice Simon Amobeda who have been reassigned to the Benin and Maiduguri divisions of the Court respectively.

They are to resume sitting in Calabar on April 12, 2021, a document signed by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice John Tsoho and dated March 16, 2021 read.

Here is what we know about the Judges:

Justice Ojukwu
 JUSTICE IJEOMA OJUKWU


Born on December 14, 1966 in Kaduna State, Justice Ojukwu popular for her handling of the case of Omoyele Sowore, a Nigerian Journalist and Convener of #RevolutionNow and his co-defendant, Olawale Bakare, presided over Court 5 in the Abuja division of the Court.

She hails from Isikwuaito in Abia State. She was called to the bar in 1990 and holds a Masters at Law (LLM) degree.

Her journey on the Bench began with her appointment as a Senior Magistrate Grade II in the A State Judiciary in June 1996 where she served through the ranks till in January 2006 when she was appointed Chief Magistrate Grade I.

Months later in November 2006, she was appointed the Deputy Chief Registrar,in charge of Magistrate/Special Duties at the High Court of Justice, Umuahia where she served until she was sworn in as a Judge of the Federal High Court on June 22, 2009.

She will sit as the administrative Judge in the Calabar division, replacing Justice Sule Shuaibu.

Justice Dugbo

JUSTICE ROSEMARY DUGBO


Born on new year’s day in Bom, Justice Dugbo is a native of Udu in Delta State and until her posting to the Calabar division, served at the Enugu division.

Called to the bar in 1986, she has two Master degrees. Business Law MA obtained in 1989 and a Masters in Commercial Law (LL.M) obtained in 2009.

She was in private practice with different forms until 2001 when she was employed as Deputy Chief Registrar of the Federal High Court. She was later elevated to the rank of Chief Registrar in 2012 and served in that capacity until she was sworn in as a Judge December 2, 2015.

She replaces Justice Amobeda who is famous for a leaked audio tape wherein he made assertions that were interpreted by many as a direct threat on the life of Agba Jalingo, a Nigerian Journalist facing trial for alleged acts of treason and terrorism, as well as ordering that the prosecution in the case, mask all of it’s witnesses.

#OCCUPYINEC: @YELESOWOERE SENDS OUT LETTER OF APPRECIATION TO AAC MEMBERS

#OCCUPYINEC: @YELESOWOERE SENDS OUT LETTER OF APPRECIATION TO AAC MEMBERS

The National Chairman of the African Action Congress in Nigeria, Comrade Omoyele Sowore has personally commended the party faithfuls who troop out in their numbers on Monday 15th March 2021 and demanded that the National Electoral body halted it's neverious activity of aiding the hijack if the Revolutionary party by the agents if the ruling party in the country.

 

Sowore in a letter personally signed by him, appreciated national party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also  comitted party faithfuls all the world over. 


The Protestes tagged "OCCUPYINEC" saw AAC members paying protest visitations to the INEC offices in Abuja, Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and many other States of thw federation.


The publisher of Sahara Reporters said : "Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable."


The letter read:


*LETTER OF APPRECIATION*

Comradely greetings to you all.

On behalf of the AAC family world wide, I write you state Chairmen, National party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also our ever comitted party faithfuls world over. Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable.


You demostrated your resolve in ensuring that your party would not be stolen by every bit of contributions in yesterday's "OccupyINEC" protest nationwide despite the heavy security presence to scare and intimidate you. Particularly in Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Abuja, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and several online activities across the worldwide web.


The message you sent was clear and has caused panic in the camps of usurpers.


We shall continue to engage until they all hands off our party which was built on the bedrock of Transparency, Social Justice and Accountability. 


Thank you all once more as we continue to strive in various ways to making Nigeria a country for all.


Yours in Service,


*Omoyele Sowore* 

_National Chairman,_ 

_African Action Congress_

The National Chairman of the African Action Congress in Nigeria, Comrade Omoyele Sowore has personally commended the party faithfuls who troop out in their numbers on Monday 15th March 2021 and demanded that the National Electoral body halted it's neverious activity of aiding the hijack if the Revolutionary party by the agents if the ruling party in the country.

 

Sowore in a letter personally signed by him, appreciated national party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also  comitted party faithfuls all the world over. 


The Protestes tagged "OCCUPYINEC" saw AAC members paying protest visitations to the INEC offices in Abuja, Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and many other States of thw federation.


The publisher of Sahara Reporters said : "Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable."


The letter read:


*LETTER OF APPRECIATION*

Comradely greetings to you all.

On behalf of the AAC family world wide, I write you state Chairmen, National party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also our ever comitted party faithfuls world over. Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable.


You demostrated your resolve in ensuring that your party would not be stolen by every bit of contributions in yesterday's "OccupyINEC" protest nationwide despite the heavy security presence to scare and intimidate you. Particularly in Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Abuja, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and several online activities across the worldwide web.


The message you sent was clear and has caused panic in the camps of usurpers.


We shall continue to engage until they all hands off our party which was built on the bedrock of Transparency, Social Justice and Accountability. 


Thank you all once more as we continue to strive in various ways to making Nigeria a country for all.


Yours in Service,


*Omoyele Sowore* 

_National Chairman,_ 

_African Action Congress_

How Nigeria's Electoral body INEC, it's Lawyer Emeka Ozoani Forged Documents To Push Out Omoyele Sowore As @AACparty Chairman

How Nigeria's Electoral body INEC, it's Lawyer Emeka Ozoani Forged Documents To Push Out Omoyele Sowore As @AACparty Chairman

Sowore

The Nigeria's Electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) and one of its lawyers, Emeka Ozoani forged different court documents to get a judgement against African Action Congress (AAC) presidential candidate in the 2019 election, Omoyele Sowore, SaharaReporters reported on Monday.

Omoyele Sowore had said ahead of the #OCCUPYINEC which was organised on Monday by the party members and leaders nationwide that the Electoral umpire has been completely compromised. It was and still working as an appendage of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party depending on the highest bidder.


A Federal High Court sitting in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja had in 2019 removed Sowore as the National Chairman of the AAC. The high court judge, Inyang Ekwo also validated the removal of Malcolm Fabiyi as the Deputy National Chairman of the party.



According to the report by SaharaReporters, lawyy Ozoani known in some quarters for doing dirty jobs for INEC, packaged a fake litigant to obtain the judgement for one Hon Bago. “He forged documents used to get a fraudulent judgment from Justice Ekwo against Omoyele Sowore of the AAC.


"The same Ozoani was rewarded with SAN (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) while he was litigating to take away AAC from Sowore. INEC has now become a ridiculous umpire in the conduct of elections. INEC chairman, commissioners have all become tools in the hands of Buhari and his party, All Progressives Congress,” an INEC staff member familiar with the case told SaharaReporters.


The report also revealed that Ozoani is currently enmeshed in another scandal after being exposed by some deregistered political parties for using fake court records in pursuing an appeal for INEC at the Supreme Court.



According to another Online news portal PREMIUM TIMES, the fake court records surfaced in the appeal filed by INEC at the Supreme Court to challenge the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal in Abuja, ordering the relisting of 23 political parties earlier deregistered by the electoral body.


The rules require an intending appellant to file a notice of appeal and compile the records of the lower court and have them transmitted to the higher court within three months of the delivery of the judgment to be challenged.


INEC had filed a notice of appeal against the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal, but the records it claimed to have compiled and transmitted to the Supreme Court to set the stage for the hearing of its case by the apex court, have been exposed by the respondents to be fraudulent.


From the court documents seen by the newspaper, INEC, which admitted that an impostor truly signed its transmitted records, is now scrambling to be granted an extension of time to compile and transmit fresh records from the Court of Appeal to the apex court.


Not pleased with the Appeal Court’s ruling, the electoral body filed a notice of appeal in the Supreme Court, challenging the verdict.


But curious about the records transmitted by INEC in pursuing the appeal, the law firm of the legal icon, Afe Babalola, which is defending one of the respondents, the Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD), had written to the Court of Appeal authorities on December 10, 2020, alleging that an impostor of the court official signed the records purportedly transmitted by the electoral body.


The Court of Appeal, in a letter dated December 21, 2020, confirmed that Hassan Binta, who signed the record of appeal transmitted by INEC, was not known to the court.


“The record of appeal and the supplementary record of appeal were not compiled and transmitted by the registry of this court.


“The Registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who is said to have signed the record of Appeal and the Supplementary record is not a staff (member) of this court,” the Head, Litigation Department of the Court of Appeal, Sehriffat Adebayo, stated in the December 21, 2020 reply to the letter by Mr Babalola’s law firm.


Following the Court of Appeal’s confirmation, the law firm, through one of its lawyers, Funmilayo Longe, sent a letter dated January 14, 2021, to the Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, expressing shock about the development and demanding an investigation.


A copy of the letter entitled ‘Request For Clarification On The Transmission of Records of Appeal’.


It reads, in part, “To our chagrin, the Court of Appeal vide their letter December 21, 2020 informed us that even though the notice of appeal was filed in the registry of the Court of Appeal, the record of appeal was not compiled and transmitted by the lower court’s registry and the registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who signed the records of appeal is not a staff (member) of the Court of Appeal. (A copy of the aforementioned letter written by the Court of Appeal is herewith attached).


“In the light of the above facts, we hereby request that investigation be carried out regarding the transmission of records in this appeal.”


INEC has however admitted that a court official’s impostor signed its record of appeal but failed to offer any explanation about how it happened.


The electoral body is now scrambling to be allowed to compile a fresh record of appeal.


It filed an application before the Supreme Court on January 25, 2021, seeking leave and an extension of time to compile and transmit the fresh records.


The commission, in an affidavit filed in support of the application, stated that it sought to compile and transmit fresh record after it was only informed of the fraud in the previous records by Babalola’s law firm.



Sources: Sahara Reporters & Premium Times

Sowore

The Nigeria's Electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) and one of its lawyers, Emeka Ozoani forged different court documents to get a judgement against African Action Congress (AAC) presidential candidate in the 2019 election, Omoyele Sowore, SaharaReporters reported on Monday.

Omoyele Sowore had said ahead of the #OCCUPYINEC which was organised on Monday by the party members and leaders nationwide that the Electoral umpire has been completely compromised. It was and still working as an appendage of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party depending on the highest bidder.


A Federal High Court sitting in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja had in 2019 removed Sowore as the National Chairman of the AAC. The high court judge, Inyang Ekwo also validated the removal of Malcolm Fabiyi as the Deputy National Chairman of the party.



According to the report by SaharaReporters, lawyy Ozoani known in some quarters for doing dirty jobs for INEC, packaged a fake litigant to obtain the judgement for one Hon Bago. “He forged documents used to get a fraudulent judgment from Justice Ekwo against Omoyele Sowore of the AAC.


"The same Ozoani was rewarded with SAN (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) while he was litigating to take away AAC from Sowore. INEC has now become a ridiculous umpire in the conduct of elections. INEC chairman, commissioners have all become tools in the hands of Buhari and his party, All Progressives Congress,” an INEC staff member familiar with the case told SaharaReporters.


The report also revealed that Ozoani is currently enmeshed in another scandal after being exposed by some deregistered political parties for using fake court records in pursuing an appeal for INEC at the Supreme Court.



According to another Online news portal PREMIUM TIMES, the fake court records surfaced in the appeal filed by INEC at the Supreme Court to challenge the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal in Abuja, ordering the relisting of 23 political parties earlier deregistered by the electoral body.


The rules require an intending appellant to file a notice of appeal and compile the records of the lower court and have them transmitted to the higher court within three months of the delivery of the judgment to be challenged.


INEC had filed a notice of appeal against the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal, but the records it claimed to have compiled and transmitted to the Supreme Court to set the stage for the hearing of its case by the apex court, have been exposed by the respondents to be fraudulent.


From the court documents seen by the newspaper, INEC, which admitted that an impostor truly signed its transmitted records, is now scrambling to be granted an extension of time to compile and transmit fresh records from the Court of Appeal to the apex court.


Not pleased with the Appeal Court’s ruling, the electoral body filed a notice of appeal in the Supreme Court, challenging the verdict.


But curious about the records transmitted by INEC in pursuing the appeal, the law firm of the legal icon, Afe Babalola, which is defending one of the respondents, the Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD), had written to the Court of Appeal authorities on December 10, 2020, alleging that an impostor of the court official signed the records purportedly transmitted by the electoral body.


The Court of Appeal, in a letter dated December 21, 2020, confirmed that Hassan Binta, who signed the record of appeal transmitted by INEC, was not known to the court.


“The record of appeal and the supplementary record of appeal were not compiled and transmitted by the registry of this court.


“The Registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who is said to have signed the record of Appeal and the Supplementary record is not a staff (member) of this court,” the Head, Litigation Department of the Court of Appeal, Sehriffat Adebayo, stated in the December 21, 2020 reply to the letter by Mr Babalola’s law firm.


Following the Court of Appeal’s confirmation, the law firm, through one of its lawyers, Funmilayo Longe, sent a letter dated January 14, 2021, to the Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, expressing shock about the development and demanding an investigation.


A copy of the letter entitled ‘Request For Clarification On The Transmission of Records of Appeal’.


It reads, in part, “To our chagrin, the Court of Appeal vide their letter December 21, 2020 informed us that even though the notice of appeal was filed in the registry of the Court of Appeal, the record of appeal was not compiled and transmitted by the lower court’s registry and the registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who signed the records of appeal is not a staff (member) of the Court of Appeal. (A copy of the aforementioned letter written by the Court of Appeal is herewith attached).


“In the light of the above facts, we hereby request that investigation be carried out regarding the transmission of records in this appeal.”


INEC has however admitted that a court official’s impostor signed its record of appeal but failed to offer any explanation about how it happened.


The electoral body is now scrambling to be allowed to compile a fresh record of appeal.


It filed an application before the Supreme Court on January 25, 2021, seeking leave and an extension of time to compile and transmit the fresh records.


The commission, in an affidavit filed in support of the application, stated that it sought to compile and transmit fresh record after it was only informed of the fraud in the previous records by Babalola’s law firm.



Sources: Sahara Reporters & Premium Times

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