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PRESS STATEMENT: VICTORY IN SIGHT AS MATTER AT APPEAL COURT, ABUJA IS ADJOURNED TO 22ND FEBRUARY, 2022 FOR HEARING

PRESS STATEMENT: VICTORY IN SIGHT AS MATTER AT APPEAL COURT, ABUJA IS ADJOURNED TO 22ND FEBRUARY, 2022 FOR HEARING






The African Action Congress (AAC) wishes to inform all members and the public of its appeal against the furtherance of illegality under the supervision of Professor Mahmoud Yakubu’s Independent National Electoral Commisson (INEC), which came up today November 10, 2021 at the Court of Appeal, Abuja.


The three-man panel of Justices of the Court of Appeal in Abuja granted our Motion to amend our Notice of Appeal and Brief of Argument.


As a party that believes in democratic tenets and the principles of separation of power, we have approached the Court for a redress against the judgment delivered against the party's leadership in a case which was sponsored by some disgruntled and fraudulent elements who were expelled from the party through constitutional and democratic means. 


The National Legal Adviser, Inibehe Effiong (Esq.) while addressing the press today made it clear that victory is at sight and that none of the Respondents (Leonard and INEC) have filed a counter-argument to the appeal. 


However, we also wish to state that we are not oblivious of the oppressive and exploitative system we are up against, whose judicial mills grind slowly when it concerns pro-people political alternatives such as ours. But the mill gets overtly energized when it concerns those who have ruined our space and have cornered our resources for the solidification of their political hegemony.


We appeal that our matter be given speedy hearing for the sake of justice. 


The National Working Committee of the party led by Mr Omoyele Sowore is confident that the imposters who are mere willful tools in the hands of our oppressors would soon run out of gas, as the people of Nigeria are mobilized against their agenda.


We shall return to the Court of Appeal in Abuja on the 22nd day of February, 2022 for hearing of our substantive appeal.


Onward to victory. 


Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye 

National Publicity Secretary, 

African Action Congress 

10/11/2021






The African Action Congress (AAC) wishes to inform all members and the public of its appeal against the furtherance of illegality under the supervision of Professor Mahmoud Yakubu’s Independent National Electoral Commisson (INEC), which came up today November 10, 2021 at the Court of Appeal, Abuja.


The three-man panel of Justices of the Court of Appeal in Abuja granted our Motion to amend our Notice of Appeal and Brief of Argument.


As a party that believes in democratic tenets and the principles of separation of power, we have approached the Court for a redress against the judgment delivered against the party's leadership in a case which was sponsored by some disgruntled and fraudulent elements who were expelled from the party through constitutional and democratic means. 


The National Legal Adviser, Inibehe Effiong (Esq.) while addressing the press today made it clear that victory is at sight and that none of the Respondents (Leonard and INEC) have filed a counter-argument to the appeal. 


However, we also wish to state that we are not oblivious of the oppressive and exploitative system we are up against, whose judicial mills grind slowly when it concerns pro-people political alternatives such as ours. But the mill gets overtly energized when it concerns those who have ruined our space and have cornered our resources for the solidification of their political hegemony.


We appeal that our matter be given speedy hearing for the sake of justice. 


The National Working Committee of the party led by Mr Omoyele Sowore is confident that the imposters who are mere willful tools in the hands of our oppressors would soon run out of gas, as the people of Nigeria are mobilized against their agenda.


We shall return to the Court of Appeal in Abuja on the 22nd day of February, 2022 for hearing of our substantive appeal.


Onward to victory. 


Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye 

National Publicity Secretary, 

African Action Congress 

10/11/2021

#[email protected]: Unity of Nigeria is negotiable in the faces of disarray, confusion, cannibalistic, reeking incompetence of highest order - AAC

#[email protected]: Unity of Nigeria is negotiable in the faces of disarray, confusion, cannibalistic, reeking incompetence of highest order - AAC

 BEING THE PRESS TEXT OF THE AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 61ST INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY, ON OCTOBER 4, 2021 AT 13A, ISAAC JOHN STREET, IKEJA LAGOS


Good day ladies and gentlemen of the Press. 

It is our pleasure at the African Action Congress (AAC) to welcome you to this auspicious Press conference that is being organized to espouse some of the issues bedevilling our country, Nigeria, to assess the state of the country, the socio-political conditions of the mass of our people, to criticize as necessary and to proffer solutions as a fore-sighted political party armed with revolutionary ideas.


We are gathered here today, not as accidents of history but as conscious elements positioned by past and current realities that are due to the ubiquitous failure of government, which has led the Nigerian state to a total collapse. 

But as nature abhors vacuum, the burden to right the wrongs in our socio-political and economic sphere have rested on us. This burden, we have carried with pride for the last 3 years as a political party.







There are no milder words to put the state of the nation, other than disarray, confusion, cannibalistic, reeking incompetence of the highest order and backwardness. Since flag independence in 1960, the everyday Nigerian whose interests we protect and aspirations we push, at the African Action Congress have been shut out of governance. Despite the 22 years of uninterrupted civil rule, the average Nigerian cannot boast of any dividends of the much-touted democracy. He has been left to cater for himself in all forms of human survival. Recent of all the darts thrown at him, is the sermon that he should find a way to defend himself against violent attacks by different types of terrorists the government has found comfortable names for- ‘’bandits’’, ‘’killer herdsmen’’ and ‘’unknown gunmen’’.

To score the Buhari regime on its failure to fulfil any of its promises to the mass of our people would be a waste of productive time. We shall require another measurement scale for it. In 2015 and again in 2019, the APC campaigned on three pillars – security, anti-corruption, and economy; the Buhari regime has failed woefully on all three.


SECURITY


Insecurity has been “democratized” and become so pervasive that there is no greater testimony of the large-scale insecurity in the land than the robbery of the Chief of Staff to the President within the Aso Villa presidential precincts and the recent invasion, killing of two officers and abduction of another officer inside the nation’s premier military training institution, the Nigerian Defence Academy. The Buhari regime is a god with clay feet which is incapable of protecting itself and its officials from the insecurity it has wrought on the nation. If it is so incompetent in protecting its high-ranking officials, how can it protect the ordinary citizens? Can one give what he doesn’t have!

It is so unfortunate that there has not been any progressive realization of the safe and conducive space for all. Rather, Nigeria has retrogressed under the Buhari regime and it is now the 3rd most terrorized country in the world.


Placing the Nigerian space on a map today, the Buhari regime cannot boast of 10 percent where it has total control of and can assert sovereignty. We now have a horrible situation whereby terrorists now do humanitarian works like international NGOs, impose taxes on citizens and even declare a Governor for the people.  


ANTI-CORRUPTION


The Buhari regime came in 2015 huffing and puffing about fighting corruption and mouthing slogans such as “if we don’t kill corruption, corruption will kill Nigeria”. Rather than kill corruption, it has pampered the corrupt. The regime continues to deodorize its officials engaged in corruption and abuse of office. The APC membership card is now effectively a “get-out-of-jail-card” for corrupt officials. People standing trial for corruption, simply move into the party and their sins are forgiven as stated by its former chairman, Adams Oshiomhole. There is no better example of this than the current Minister of State for Petroleum, Timipre Sylva who had all his property earlier seized via court order, some of which he deposed in an affidavit were not his, returned to him by the EFCC when he became the arrowhead of the party’s rigging machine in Bayelsa state. The regime has bungled every corruption case instituted and has failed to achieve a conviction in the rash of corruption trials it instituted on coming to power in 2015.


ECONOMY


There is no sector where the regime’s abysmal failure and incompetence is most glaring than the economy. To pose the question which the current Minister of Works posed to the other pair of the two left legs we call “major” political parties in Nigeria, the PDP during the 2015 elections “are your lives better today than they were 5 year ago?” the resounding answer is a loud NO!

Unlike Midas, everything Buhari and his regime touches simply turns to dust. The first economic recession Nigeria witnessed was in 1984 during his short-lived brutal regime. In his second coming to power, Nigeria has suffered two other economic recessions, one in 2016 and another in 2020. He has the uncanny ability to turn success to failure and prosperity to poverty.


The economy under Buhari has been characterized by widespread poverty, galloping inflation and unsustainable debt overhang.


In 2020, an additional seven million Nigerians were plunged into what the World Bank described as multi-dimensional poverty by the Buhari regime bringing the number of Nigerians who wallow in multidimensional poverty to 98 million people or almost 50% of our total population. The multidimensional poverty index measures not just poverty by income, but also by access to health, education and living conditions such as sanitation, portable water, electricity, and housing.


The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in its figures show that 40% or 83 million Nigerians live in poverty in 2020. Even if we take the NBS figures, the number of Nigerians living in poverty exceed the total populations of South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Mauritius and Eswatini (Swaziland) put together.

The Buhari regime has made a song and dance about cash transfers to tackle poverty but what Nigerians need is not hand out to party cronies. What is required is an enabling environment and sound policy directives which allow Nigerians to unleash their creative abilities to create wealth. As the bible teaches, what we need are fishers not handing over fishes to us.

The extreme poverty in the country has been exacerbated by galloping inflation and chronic unemployment.

Inflation in Nigeria continues to rise at an alarming rate. As at Q2 2021, it stands at over 17% fueled by rising food prices and considering that about 50% of Nigerians’ disposable income is spent on food (compared to less than 10% in UK, US and Canada), this is a double whammy for Nigerians.  Insecurity has ensured that farmers in both the north and south cannot go to their farms due to threat of banditry, kidnapping or clashes with itinerant herders. The hare-brained policy of shutting land borders for over a year ostensibly to curb small arms trafficking only succeeded in pushing up prices of goods and encouraging smuggling and corruption at the borders. To make matters worse, the president came out to admit that the policy had not succeeded in curbing the inflow of arms as more arms had come in during the border closure than previously. All these coupled with the free fall of the naira due to a monetary policy based on cronyism and patronage has brought untold hardship on Nigerians. How does one define incompetence if not this!

In Q2, 2015 when the Buhari regime came into power, unemployment was less than 10%, by the end of 2020, Buhari had worsened it to over 33% and rising. Youth unemployment is about 50% thus providing a ready army for terrorists and other criminal enterprises.

In our 2019 campaign policy document, we proposed an ambitious programme to boost disposable income, engage the youths in productive activities and embark on massive public works to ameliorate our infrastructure deficit as well as provide employment. Some said our plan to raise the minimum wage to N100,000.00 will cause inflation; now with a paltry N30,000.00 minimum wage we still have rising inflation occasioned by Buhari’s incompetence.


Nowhere is Buhari’s mismanagement of the economy more obvious and disturbing than in the unsustainable debt into which he continues to plunge the country. The regime met a debt profile of $10.72 billion in 2015 and has ballooned this $33.35 billion! Today, 97% of our revenue is used to service debt (that is, pay interest), no nation develops this way.


DEMOCRATIC SPACE and HUMAN RIGHTS


It is the position of the African Action Congress that the democratic space in the last 22 years and most especially under the Buhari Regime has suffered major setbacks and the civic platforms that should breathe life to people’s participation in governance have continue to shrink. To mention a few is the deregistration of political parties that, according the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), failed to meet the conditions to remain registered. Despite a previous court order to the contrary, the INEC continue in its undemocratic defiance to people’s participation.

We maintain that this is inimical to what the likes of the Late Gani Fawehinmi fought for, i.e- the multi-party system. Nigerians will not succumb to the binary choice pressure from the two sides of an evil coin- APC and PDP. Political parties and the participation in them must be based on ideology and they must not be reduced to ‘’special purpose vehicles’’ for ‘’winning’’ elections.

Furthermore, as glaring as an albino in daylight are the abuse of power, gross attacks on human rights, viz a viz, rights to freedom of expression, of association, to hold thoughts, beliefs and conscience, flagrant disobedience to court orders, laced with irritating impunity.

The human rights record of the Buhari regime is such that should worry any rational human being. If anything, the regime has always topped rankings when it concerns poor performance of institutions that should protect rights of citizens. The Police is atop in this aspect.


There is no gainsaying that the unpopular regime is afraid of any gathering of the people. From trying to attack social media, to the ban of Twitter, the draconian broadcasting codes, asking Civil Society organizations and NGOs to pay tax, the regime keeps sinking the country and it is preventing any engagement whatsoever and wherever that is geared towards saving what’s left of the country. But for the conscious efforts, laced with sweat and blood of the young people of this country sometime in October 2020, during the global protests tagged #EndSARS, we may by now be queuing at Aso Villa to receive permits to sneeze. 


NATIONAL QUESTION


One of the biggest debates today in the country is the question of nationhood, whether to break into bits, maintain the status quo, however unfortunate or to restructure.

We maintain that these agitations, especially from the rank and file have more economic inclinations than political. We are clear on the fact that asides the nepotistic stature of President Buhari, what have continued to fuel the agitation for secession from different quarters are crippling poverty, economic backwardness, perennial social turmoil in the midst of vast human and material resources. Anyone who is not analyzing this issue within these contexts would be doing a half work.


The common man would not mind the height, stature, religion, body language or mother tongue of the occupier (intended meaning) of Aso Villa, if there was fair access to the dividends of our commonwealth- quality and affordable education, proper healthcare, good infrastructure, a thriving business environment and adequate security in all forms. If the Yoruba farmer could go to farm and be assured of the safety of himself and the works of his hands, the Igbo trader to his business with the assurance of prosperity and the Hausa with other ethnic nationalities within the space could be afforded a thriving and safe environment that welcomes development, no one would admire the call for the break-up of such union. What is unfortunate is that the reverse is the case as of today. And rather than address the underlying issues, the unpopular Buhari regime has resorted to violent harassment of the protesters who are exercising, of all rights, their rights to freedom of expression.  


Our position in the African Action Congress is that self-determination is a right. Even the Christian Bible posits that ‘’Can two walk together except they agree?’’, let alone 200 tribes. The people in the Nigerian space must come together to discuss how they want to live and be governed. The AAC believes that the unity of Nigeria is negotiable and must be negotiated within the ambits of the law that affords equity, fairness and social justice. We are of the belief that you do not command peace into the air by some declaration in Abuja. Where there is no justice, peace is definitely going to be missing.


THE WAY FORWARD AS A PEOPLE


The AAC posits that its manifesto forms the instrument with which it shall mobilize all Nigerians in the struggle for political power towards peace and prosperity. The Manifesto code-named SPICERHEAT is detailed on the way out of this quagmire we have found ourselves as a people.


However, we are making the following immediate demands. 

- Immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners- Omoyele Sowore, Nnamdi Kanu, Sunday Adeyemo (Sunday Igboho), and all #EndSARS protesters who are still unjustly languishing in detention centres across the country. We hope the regime will toe the path of civility, reason and logic to release these persons before the 20th of October, 2021 which marks the anniversary of the killing of peaceful protesters which is now known as the Lekki Massacre.


- An immediate stop to the executive harassment of striking doctors. Their demands should rather be met.


- Immediate halt to borrowing, until a serious and independent audit of the earlier received loans is done.


- The trashing of the accidented Electoral Act 2021 (amended) that gives allowance for fraud and hijack of the electoral space by money-bags. For an Act that allows full electronic transmission of results. 


- That President Muhammadu Buhari should resign with immediate effect as he has shown gross incompetence and cluelessness as it concerns piloting the affairs of the country. For the creation of an interim national government to midwife a brand new constitution that will usher in credible elections. 


Also, a call for a national conference of Nigerians drawn from all ethnic nationalities, religious and cultural orientations, gender classifications and age differentiation, towards establishing a progressive, socially just, economically equitable, and ecologically sustainable society, is imminent at this time. We shall continue to be part of such discussions and shall provide leadership at all times.


We call on members of the public, home and abroad to join the African Action Congressonly ideologically clear formidable opposition party in the country.


Thank you.

Solidarity.


Signed:


Femi Adeyeye

National Publicity Secretary

 BEING THE PRESS TEXT OF THE AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 61ST INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY, ON OCTOBER 4, 2021 AT 13A, ISAAC JOHN STREET, IKEJA LAGOS


Good day ladies and gentlemen of the Press. 

It is our pleasure at the African Action Congress (AAC) to welcome you to this auspicious Press conference that is being organized to espouse some of the issues bedevilling our country, Nigeria, to assess the state of the country, the socio-political conditions of the mass of our people, to criticize as necessary and to proffer solutions as a fore-sighted political party armed with revolutionary ideas.


We are gathered here today, not as accidents of history but as conscious elements positioned by past and current realities that are due to the ubiquitous failure of government, which has led the Nigerian state to a total collapse. 

But as nature abhors vacuum, the burden to right the wrongs in our socio-political and economic sphere have rested on us. This burden, we have carried with pride for the last 3 years as a political party.







There are no milder words to put the state of the nation, other than disarray, confusion, cannibalistic, reeking incompetence of the highest order and backwardness. Since flag independence in 1960, the everyday Nigerian whose interests we protect and aspirations we push, at the African Action Congress have been shut out of governance. Despite the 22 years of uninterrupted civil rule, the average Nigerian cannot boast of any dividends of the much-touted democracy. He has been left to cater for himself in all forms of human survival. Recent of all the darts thrown at him, is the sermon that he should find a way to defend himself against violent attacks by different types of terrorists the government has found comfortable names for- ‘’bandits’’, ‘’killer herdsmen’’ and ‘’unknown gunmen’’.

To score the Buhari regime on its failure to fulfil any of its promises to the mass of our people would be a waste of productive time. We shall require another measurement scale for it. In 2015 and again in 2019, the APC campaigned on three pillars – security, anti-corruption, and economy; the Buhari regime has failed woefully on all three.


SECURITY


Insecurity has been “democratized” and become so pervasive that there is no greater testimony of the large-scale insecurity in the land than the robbery of the Chief of Staff to the President within the Aso Villa presidential precincts and the recent invasion, killing of two officers and abduction of another officer inside the nation’s premier military training institution, the Nigerian Defence Academy. The Buhari regime is a god with clay feet which is incapable of protecting itself and its officials from the insecurity it has wrought on the nation. If it is so incompetent in protecting its high-ranking officials, how can it protect the ordinary citizens? Can one give what he doesn’t have!

It is so unfortunate that there has not been any progressive realization of the safe and conducive space for all. Rather, Nigeria has retrogressed under the Buhari regime and it is now the 3rd most terrorized country in the world.


Placing the Nigerian space on a map today, the Buhari regime cannot boast of 10 percent where it has total control of and can assert sovereignty. We now have a horrible situation whereby terrorists now do humanitarian works like international NGOs, impose taxes on citizens and even declare a Governor for the people.  


ANTI-CORRUPTION


The Buhari regime came in 2015 huffing and puffing about fighting corruption and mouthing slogans such as “if we don’t kill corruption, corruption will kill Nigeria”. Rather than kill corruption, it has pampered the corrupt. The regime continues to deodorize its officials engaged in corruption and abuse of office. The APC membership card is now effectively a “get-out-of-jail-card” for corrupt officials. People standing trial for corruption, simply move into the party and their sins are forgiven as stated by its former chairman, Adams Oshiomhole. There is no better example of this than the current Minister of State for Petroleum, Timipre Sylva who had all his property earlier seized via court order, some of which he deposed in an affidavit were not his, returned to him by the EFCC when he became the arrowhead of the party’s rigging machine in Bayelsa state. The regime has bungled every corruption case instituted and has failed to achieve a conviction in the rash of corruption trials it instituted on coming to power in 2015.


ECONOMY


There is no sector where the regime’s abysmal failure and incompetence is most glaring than the economy. To pose the question which the current Minister of Works posed to the other pair of the two left legs we call “major” political parties in Nigeria, the PDP during the 2015 elections “are your lives better today than they were 5 year ago?” the resounding answer is a loud NO!

Unlike Midas, everything Buhari and his regime touches simply turns to dust. The first economic recession Nigeria witnessed was in 1984 during his short-lived brutal regime. In his second coming to power, Nigeria has suffered two other economic recessions, one in 2016 and another in 2020. He has the uncanny ability to turn success to failure and prosperity to poverty.


The economy under Buhari has been characterized by widespread poverty, galloping inflation and unsustainable debt overhang.


In 2020, an additional seven million Nigerians were plunged into what the World Bank described as multi-dimensional poverty by the Buhari regime bringing the number of Nigerians who wallow in multidimensional poverty to 98 million people or almost 50% of our total population. The multidimensional poverty index measures not just poverty by income, but also by access to health, education and living conditions such as sanitation, portable water, electricity, and housing.


The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in its figures show that 40% or 83 million Nigerians live in poverty in 2020. Even if we take the NBS figures, the number of Nigerians living in poverty exceed the total populations of South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Mauritius and Eswatini (Swaziland) put together.

The Buhari regime has made a song and dance about cash transfers to tackle poverty but what Nigerians need is not hand out to party cronies. What is required is an enabling environment and sound policy directives which allow Nigerians to unleash their creative abilities to create wealth. As the bible teaches, what we need are fishers not handing over fishes to us.

The extreme poverty in the country has been exacerbated by galloping inflation and chronic unemployment.

Inflation in Nigeria continues to rise at an alarming rate. As at Q2 2021, it stands at over 17% fueled by rising food prices and considering that about 50% of Nigerians’ disposable income is spent on food (compared to less than 10% in UK, US and Canada), this is a double whammy for Nigerians.  Insecurity has ensured that farmers in both the north and south cannot go to their farms due to threat of banditry, kidnapping or clashes with itinerant herders. The hare-brained policy of shutting land borders for over a year ostensibly to curb small arms trafficking only succeeded in pushing up prices of goods and encouraging smuggling and corruption at the borders. To make matters worse, the president came out to admit that the policy had not succeeded in curbing the inflow of arms as more arms had come in during the border closure than previously. All these coupled with the free fall of the naira due to a monetary policy based on cronyism and patronage has brought untold hardship on Nigerians. How does one define incompetence if not this!

In Q2, 2015 when the Buhari regime came into power, unemployment was less than 10%, by the end of 2020, Buhari had worsened it to over 33% and rising. Youth unemployment is about 50% thus providing a ready army for terrorists and other criminal enterprises.

In our 2019 campaign policy document, we proposed an ambitious programme to boost disposable income, engage the youths in productive activities and embark on massive public works to ameliorate our infrastructure deficit as well as provide employment. Some said our plan to raise the minimum wage to N100,000.00 will cause inflation; now with a paltry N30,000.00 minimum wage we still have rising inflation occasioned by Buhari’s incompetence.


Nowhere is Buhari’s mismanagement of the economy more obvious and disturbing than in the unsustainable debt into which he continues to plunge the country. The regime met a debt profile of $10.72 billion in 2015 and has ballooned this $33.35 billion! Today, 97% of our revenue is used to service debt (that is, pay interest), no nation develops this way.


DEMOCRATIC SPACE and HUMAN RIGHTS


It is the position of the African Action Congress that the democratic space in the last 22 years and most especially under the Buhari Regime has suffered major setbacks and the civic platforms that should breathe life to people’s participation in governance have continue to shrink. To mention a few is the deregistration of political parties that, according the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), failed to meet the conditions to remain registered. Despite a previous court order to the contrary, the INEC continue in its undemocratic defiance to people’s participation.

We maintain that this is inimical to what the likes of the Late Gani Fawehinmi fought for, i.e- the multi-party system. Nigerians will not succumb to the binary choice pressure from the two sides of an evil coin- APC and PDP. Political parties and the participation in them must be based on ideology and they must not be reduced to ‘’special purpose vehicles’’ for ‘’winning’’ elections.

Furthermore, as glaring as an albino in daylight are the abuse of power, gross attacks on human rights, viz a viz, rights to freedom of expression, of association, to hold thoughts, beliefs and conscience, flagrant disobedience to court orders, laced with irritating impunity.

The human rights record of the Buhari regime is such that should worry any rational human being. If anything, the regime has always topped rankings when it concerns poor performance of institutions that should protect rights of citizens. The Police is atop in this aspect.


There is no gainsaying that the unpopular regime is afraid of any gathering of the people. From trying to attack social media, to the ban of Twitter, the draconian broadcasting codes, asking Civil Society organizations and NGOs to pay tax, the regime keeps sinking the country and it is preventing any engagement whatsoever and wherever that is geared towards saving what’s left of the country. But for the conscious efforts, laced with sweat and blood of the young people of this country sometime in October 2020, during the global protests tagged #EndSARS, we may by now be queuing at Aso Villa to receive permits to sneeze. 


NATIONAL QUESTION


One of the biggest debates today in the country is the question of nationhood, whether to break into bits, maintain the status quo, however unfortunate or to restructure.

We maintain that these agitations, especially from the rank and file have more economic inclinations than political. We are clear on the fact that asides the nepotistic stature of President Buhari, what have continued to fuel the agitation for secession from different quarters are crippling poverty, economic backwardness, perennial social turmoil in the midst of vast human and material resources. Anyone who is not analyzing this issue within these contexts would be doing a half work.


The common man would not mind the height, stature, religion, body language or mother tongue of the occupier (intended meaning) of Aso Villa, if there was fair access to the dividends of our commonwealth- quality and affordable education, proper healthcare, good infrastructure, a thriving business environment and adequate security in all forms. If the Yoruba farmer could go to farm and be assured of the safety of himself and the works of his hands, the Igbo trader to his business with the assurance of prosperity and the Hausa with other ethnic nationalities within the space could be afforded a thriving and safe environment that welcomes development, no one would admire the call for the break-up of such union. What is unfortunate is that the reverse is the case as of today. And rather than address the underlying issues, the unpopular Buhari regime has resorted to violent harassment of the protesters who are exercising, of all rights, their rights to freedom of expression.  


Our position in the African Action Congress is that self-determination is a right. Even the Christian Bible posits that ‘’Can two walk together except they agree?’’, let alone 200 tribes. The people in the Nigerian space must come together to discuss how they want to live and be governed. The AAC believes that the unity of Nigeria is negotiable and must be negotiated within the ambits of the law that affords equity, fairness and social justice. We are of the belief that you do not command peace into the air by some declaration in Abuja. Where there is no justice, peace is definitely going to be missing.


THE WAY FORWARD AS A PEOPLE


The AAC posits that its manifesto forms the instrument with which it shall mobilize all Nigerians in the struggle for political power towards peace and prosperity. The Manifesto code-named SPICERHEAT is detailed on the way out of this quagmire we have found ourselves as a people.


However, we are making the following immediate demands. 

- Immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners- Omoyele Sowore, Nnamdi Kanu, Sunday Adeyemo (Sunday Igboho), and all #EndSARS protesters who are still unjustly languishing in detention centres across the country. We hope the regime will toe the path of civility, reason and logic to release these persons before the 20th of October, 2021 which marks the anniversary of the killing of peaceful protesters which is now known as the Lekki Massacre.


- An immediate stop to the executive harassment of striking doctors. Their demands should rather be met.


- Immediate halt to borrowing, until a serious and independent audit of the earlier received loans is done.


- The trashing of the accidented Electoral Act 2021 (amended) that gives allowance for fraud and hijack of the electoral space by money-bags. For an Act that allows full electronic transmission of results. 


- That President Muhammadu Buhari should resign with immediate effect as he has shown gross incompetence and cluelessness as it concerns piloting the affairs of the country. For the creation of an interim national government to midwife a brand new constitution that will usher in credible elections. 


Also, a call for a national conference of Nigerians drawn from all ethnic nationalities, religious and cultural orientations, gender classifications and age differentiation, towards establishing a progressive, socially just, economically equitable, and ecologically sustainable society, is imminent at this time. We shall continue to be part of such discussions and shall provide leadership at all times.


We call on members of the public, home and abroad to join the African Action Congressonly ideologically clear formidable opposition party in the country.


Thank you.

Solidarity.


Signed:


Femi Adeyeye

National Publicity Secretary

Buhari’s 75,000 Vs Sowore’s 100,000 - Femi Adeyeye

Buhari’s 75,000 Vs Sowore’s 100,000 - Femi Adeyeye






It was as if Sowore announced that aliens were about to take over the Nigerian space, when he rolled out some of the welfare plans of the AAC party, which includes working out a scheme that will pay each Nigerian University student a Cost of Living/Study Allowance of 100,000 Naira per Semester. 


The shock that greeted the promise during that period did not come from any debate by his opponents or their allies, because they never argued it. The people who argued most are the so-called intellectuals; Economists on Facebook and Policy Analysts on Twitter. 


“Where will the money come from?”, “Is it sustainable?” “Will they now receive more than the minimum wage?” “What is the value of the intercept?” “Will it hit the gradient of Humanity Vs Belliconomics curve?” (I made this up 😀) But there was nothing we didn’t hear and there was no question we didn’t answer at that time. Omoyele Sowore remains one of the most engaged Politicians of this era. Today, the Buhari regime promised 75,000 for University Education students and 50,000 for College of Education students. 


I would admit anyway that the debate then was somehow healthy. However, I want to tell you that if a government that reeks of corruption, ineptitude and grand mismanagement could still mutter such promise; “audio” or not, it goes to show that they understand that it is very possible to implement. 

In many of our schools, Education students are the most populous, so if nobody is questioning the feasibility of paying the 75k, it means we would be adding just little to pay everyone 100k. 


We explained then that by massive industrialization of the economy, serious production- rather than this guess-work kind of economy that we run, blocking of loopholes, conduits of corruption and cesspools, we would pay 100,000 Naira minimum wage, which was just an addition of some billions to the wage bill as at 2018. Interestingly, we were told paying people a living wage would cause inflation. 


Today, there is serious double-digit inflation without paying our 100,000 wage. Many states are not even paying the approved  30,000 Naira. Buhari has blamed the “middlemen” again.


Nigerians. You are the ones I’m talking to now. 

It’s understandable that you find it hard to believe there is a way out of this misery. As against what you have held as popular opinion, I want to tell you that you deserve good life and it is very possible to lead one, here on earth. Not in heaven. 

Make suffer tire una na.


- *Adeyeye Olorunfemi*






It was as if Sowore announced that aliens were about to take over the Nigerian space, when he rolled out some of the welfare plans of the AAC party, which includes working out a scheme that will pay each Nigerian University student a Cost of Living/Study Allowance of 100,000 Naira per Semester. 


The shock that greeted the promise during that period did not come from any debate by his opponents or their allies, because they never argued it. The people who argued most are the so-called intellectuals; Economists on Facebook and Policy Analysts on Twitter. 


“Where will the money come from?”, “Is it sustainable?” “Will they now receive more than the minimum wage?” “What is the value of the intercept?” “Will it hit the gradient of Humanity Vs Belliconomics curve?” (I made this up 😀) But there was nothing we didn’t hear and there was no question we didn’t answer at that time. Omoyele Sowore remains one of the most engaged Politicians of this era. Today, the Buhari regime promised 75,000 for University Education students and 50,000 for College of Education students. 


I would admit anyway that the debate then was somehow healthy. However, I want to tell you that if a government that reeks of corruption, ineptitude and grand mismanagement could still mutter such promise; “audio” or not, it goes to show that they understand that it is very possible to implement. 

In many of our schools, Education students are the most populous, so if nobody is questioning the feasibility of paying the 75k, it means we would be adding just little to pay everyone 100k. 


We explained then that by massive industrialization of the economy, serious production- rather than this guess-work kind of economy that we run, blocking of loopholes, conduits of corruption and cesspools, we would pay 100,000 Naira minimum wage, which was just an addition of some billions to the wage bill as at 2018. Interestingly, we were told paying people a living wage would cause inflation. 


Today, there is serious double-digit inflation without paying our 100,000 wage. Many states are not even paying the approved  30,000 Naira. Buhari has blamed the “middlemen” again.


Nigerians. You are the ones I’m talking to now. 

It’s understandable that you find it hard to believe there is a way out of this misery. As against what you have held as popular opinion, I want to tell you that you deserve good life and it is very possible to lead one, here on earth. Not in heaven. 

Make suffer tire una na.


- *Adeyeye Olorunfemi*

Dr. Malafia Obadiah is Dead

Dr. Malafia Obadiah is Dead





Dr. Malafia Obadiah was a powerful voice for social justice.


Although he was said to have died after a “protracted illness”  it is however on record that he was hounded till the very end by the lawless DSS agents of the unconscionable and tyrannical regime of Muhammadu Buhari.


Rest In Power, Doc! #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo


Sowore





Dr. Malafia Obadiah was a powerful voice for social justice.


Although he was said to have died after a “protracted illness”  it is however on record that he was hounded till the very end by the lawless DSS agents of the unconscionable and tyrannical regime of Muhammadu Buhari.


Rest In Power, Doc! #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo


Sowore

NIGERIA IS ABOUT TO SNAP; THE UN MUST ACT NOW TO AVERT CATASTROPHE - NINAS

NIGERIA IS ABOUT TO SNAP; THE UN MUST ACT NOW TO AVERT CATASTROPHE - NINAS

(Being a Letter Addressed to United Nations Security Council, the Trusteeship Council and the General Assembly, September 14, 2021 by the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, (NINAS), at the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.


PROTOCOLS.


1.    We, the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria gather today at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York to alert the UN, and the rest of the Global Community that the Union of Nigeria has failed irredeemably; and is now at the verge of a Violent Disintegration with Catastrophic Consequences for Global Peace, and Security as our population of over 200 million would become an Instant Global Refugee Nightmare.

 

2.    Amidst the extraordinary difficulties inflicted by the imposition and enforcement of Sharia by a section of Nigeria in a supposedly Secular Union, the immediate reason for this looming catastrophe is the Cocktail of Mass Killing, Kidnapping and General Banditry being orchestrated against the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria by an invading Fulani Militia masquerading as Herdsmen in an undisguised Ethnic Cleansing Campaign that progressively demonstrate the Complicity of the Federal Government of Nigeria headed by Major-General Muhammadu Buhari, a Fulani man, who as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria is also the Life Grand Patron of the notorious Myetti-Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria; that proudly takes responsibility for the Murderous Exploits of the Fulani Herdsmen  Militia designated the Fourth Most Deadly Terror Group.

 

3.    Compounding their impunity, the same Myetti-Allah Cattle Breeders Association at a recent Press Conference organised to mock the Planned NINAS Million-Man Freedom March to the UN, boasted to be in control of the UN through their daughter, Amina Mohammed, the Deputy Secretary-General at the UN. An indication that (Amina Mohammed) nominated to that Exalted UN Position by the Fulani President of Nigeria Major-General Muhammadu Buhari, is in some way a part of the Grand Protection Design for the Fulani Herdsmen in their Bloody, Onslaught against the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria.

 

4.    It will be recalled that following widespread extrajudicial killings in Nigeria, the UN in August of 2019, dispatched a Special Rapporteur Mission to Nigeria led by Agnes Callamard. The Damning Verdict of that Rapporteur Mission was that the widespread extrajudicial killings were flowing from the Unitary Constitutional Arrangements of Nigeria, which operates as a PRESSURE-COOKER FOR INJUSTICE and that Nigeria under that Constitution is a Danger to Global Peace and Security. The Report warned that unless something is done urgently, Nigeria would Snap, plunging its 200 million Population into turmoil that will trigger a Large-Scale Refugee Crisis of unprecedented magnitude at a time the Global Terror Networks, ISIS, ISWAP and AL-Qaeda are already converging in Nigeria.

 

5.    It will be recalled that in furtherance of the Repudiation and Rejection of the Unitary Constitution of Nigeria (1999), and the Toxic Union it foists, the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (being the South and Middle-Belt of Nigeria) on December 16, 2020 Declared a Constitutional Force Majeure, raising a Union Dispute with 5-Point Demand for the termination of the operation of the aforementioned imposed Constitution; for the immediate commencement of remediation of the Long-Standing Grave Constitutional Grievances of Nigeria’s Constituent Components, failing which the Peoples of the Alliance Territory would Reconsider their Allegiance to that Constitution. The Key Highlights of the five-point demand include the suspension of the further elections (Particularly the 2023 Elections), under the repudiated 1999 constitution as well as the initiation of a time-bound transitioning arrangement to mid-wife the emergence of fresh constitutional protocols founded on the sovereignty and self-determination rights of the constituent components of Nigeria. An Online Petition conveying the Demands of that Constitutional Force Majeure Proclamation, is currently before the UN Security Council.

 

6.    That Nigeria has failed as a State is no longer a Subject for Debate, having emerged the Global Poverty Capital, and Playing Host to Two of the World’s Top Four Most Deadly Terrorists Organisation, with Three-quarters of the Constituent Components (South and Middle-Belt) Seeking Urgent Extrication by Way of Referendums from what has become a Union of Death. Looking back at the recent turn of events in Afghanistan, this Freedom March to the United Nations Headquarters in New York, is to alert the Global Community of the rapidly degenerating situation of Nigeria, and to invite United Nations, particularly the Security Council, and Trusteeship Council, to initiate Urgent Steps to Arrest Nigeria’s Descent into Chaos, as besieged communities drift dangerously to self-help.


*For and on behalf of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination*

 


*Professor Yusuf Turaki*


*Elder T.K Ogoriba*  


*Dr. Don Pedro Obaseki* 


*Tony Nnadi*

(Secretary-General, NINAS)


*Professor Banji Akintoye*

(Chairman, NINAS)


Prof Banji Akintoye





 

(Being a Letter Addressed to United Nations Security Council, the Trusteeship Council and the General Assembly, September 14, 2021 by the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, (NINAS), at the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.


PROTOCOLS.


1.    We, the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria gather today at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York to alert the UN, and the rest of the Global Community that the Union of Nigeria has failed irredeemably; and is now at the verge of a Violent Disintegration with Catastrophic Consequences for Global Peace, and Security as our population of over 200 million would become an Instant Global Refugee Nightmare.

 

2.    Amidst the extraordinary difficulties inflicted by the imposition and enforcement of Sharia by a section of Nigeria in a supposedly Secular Union, the immediate reason for this looming catastrophe is the Cocktail of Mass Killing, Kidnapping and General Banditry being orchestrated against the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria by an invading Fulani Militia masquerading as Herdsmen in an undisguised Ethnic Cleansing Campaign that progressively demonstrate the Complicity of the Federal Government of Nigeria headed by Major-General Muhammadu Buhari, a Fulani man, who as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria is also the Life Grand Patron of the notorious Myetti-Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria; that proudly takes responsibility for the Murderous Exploits of the Fulani Herdsmen  Militia designated the Fourth Most Deadly Terror Group.

 

3.    Compounding their impunity, the same Myetti-Allah Cattle Breeders Association at a recent Press Conference organised to mock the Planned NINAS Million-Man Freedom March to the UN, boasted to be in control of the UN through their daughter, Amina Mohammed, the Deputy Secretary-General at the UN. An indication that (Amina Mohammed) nominated to that Exalted UN Position by the Fulani President of Nigeria Major-General Muhammadu Buhari, is in some way a part of the Grand Protection Design for the Fulani Herdsmen in their Bloody, Onslaught against the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria.

 

4.    It will be recalled that following widespread extrajudicial killings in Nigeria, the UN in August of 2019, dispatched a Special Rapporteur Mission to Nigeria led by Agnes Callamard. The Damning Verdict of that Rapporteur Mission was that the widespread extrajudicial killings were flowing from the Unitary Constitutional Arrangements of Nigeria, which operates as a PRESSURE-COOKER FOR INJUSTICE and that Nigeria under that Constitution is a Danger to Global Peace and Security. The Report warned that unless something is done urgently, Nigeria would Snap, plunging its 200 million Population into turmoil that will trigger a Large-Scale Refugee Crisis of unprecedented magnitude at a time the Global Terror Networks, ISIS, ISWAP and AL-Qaeda are already converging in Nigeria.

 

5.    It will be recalled that in furtherance of the Repudiation and Rejection of the Unitary Constitution of Nigeria (1999), and the Toxic Union it foists, the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (being the South and Middle-Belt of Nigeria) on December 16, 2020 Declared a Constitutional Force Majeure, raising a Union Dispute with 5-Point Demand for the termination of the operation of the aforementioned imposed Constitution; for the immediate commencement of remediation of the Long-Standing Grave Constitutional Grievances of Nigeria’s Constituent Components, failing which the Peoples of the Alliance Territory would Reconsider their Allegiance to that Constitution. The Key Highlights of the five-point demand include the suspension of the further elections (Particularly the 2023 Elections), under the repudiated 1999 constitution as well as the initiation of a time-bound transitioning arrangement to mid-wife the emergence of fresh constitutional protocols founded on the sovereignty and self-determination rights of the constituent components of Nigeria. An Online Petition conveying the Demands of that Constitutional Force Majeure Proclamation, is currently before the UN Security Council.

 

6.    That Nigeria has failed as a State is no longer a Subject for Debate, having emerged the Global Poverty Capital, and Playing Host to Two of the World’s Top Four Most Deadly Terrorists Organisation, with Three-quarters of the Constituent Components (South and Middle-Belt) Seeking Urgent Extrication by Way of Referendums from what has become a Union of Death. Looking back at the recent turn of events in Afghanistan, this Freedom March to the United Nations Headquarters in New York, is to alert the Global Community of the rapidly degenerating situation of Nigeria, and to invite United Nations, particularly the Security Council, and Trusteeship Council, to initiate Urgent Steps to Arrest Nigeria’s Descent into Chaos, as besieged communities drift dangerously to self-help.


*For and on behalf of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination*

 


*Professor Yusuf Turaki*


*Elder T.K Ogoriba*  


*Dr. Don Pedro Obaseki* 


*Tony Nnadi*

(Secretary-General, NINAS)


*Professor Banji Akintoye*

(Chairman, NINAS)


Prof Banji Akintoye





 

POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS

POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS

 *TAKE IT BACK MOVEMENT LAGOS STATE*


14TH SEPTEMBER, 2021


FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE 


*POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS*


We in the Take It Back Movement Lagos condemns in strict terms the extra-judicial killing of an 18-year-old admission seeker, Monsurat Ojuade, who was fatally shot dead in cold blood on September 11, 2021 by a trigger-happy policeman in Lagos State. 


We equally condemn the dead on arrival efforts of the Lagos police in an attempt to cover up the truth by releasing a misleading police report that was unrelated to the brutal event which led to the death of Monsurat Ojuade on September 11, 2021.


Mosurat Ojuade, who was awaiting university admission having scored 236 marks in JAMB was killed by a trigger-happy policeman identified as one Samuel Phillips during their usual illegal and unlawful raid in Surulere neighborhood. 









Eye witness confirmed that Monsurat Ojuade and her sister ran into their compound for safety, as the raider was ransacking the neighborhood. But as their mother tried to hurriedly closed the gate, the police officer shot into their gate at very close range.


Monsurat Ojuade was first taken to a public hospital for treatment but she was rejected due to the ongoing strike. As she continue bleeding, her family took her to another hospital but unfortunately she died at the third hospital after bleeding profusely from the bullet wound.


We use this opportunity to remind the public of how the Lagos police brutally murdered Jumoke at the Yoruba Nation rally on the 3rd July, 2021. The policeman who shot Jumoke is yet to be identified, dismissed or prosecuted, instead the Lagos police charged one of the Yoruba Nation agitators who is an Ogboni chief with the death of Jumoke just to cover up the unfortunate incident. There has been no #JusticeForJumoke after 73 days of her brutal murder.


While we acknowledge the arrest and identification of the trigger-happy policeman as claimed by the Lagos CP, we call for his quick dismissal from service and also his quick prosecution according to the law.


We also call for permanent end to police brutality, human rights violations, extra-judicial killings, frequent victimisation and harassment of Lagosian by the police, as well as the unlawful policing by some members of the Nigerian Police Force.


We put the public and Lagosians on alert over the rising cases of police brutality and killings that never stopped even after #EndSARS. 


We send our humble tribute and condolences to the family of Monsurat Ojuade and we pray that God grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. 


May her soul and the souls of faithful departed rest in peace.


We want #JusticeForEji

We want #JusticeForJumoke

We want #JusticeForMonsurat


Signed:


Ridwan Ajayi

TIB Lagos Publicity Secretary

 *TAKE IT BACK MOVEMENT LAGOS STATE*


14TH SEPTEMBER, 2021


FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE 


*POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS*


We in the Take It Back Movement Lagos condemns in strict terms the extra-judicial killing of an 18-year-old admission seeker, Monsurat Ojuade, who was fatally shot dead in cold blood on September 11, 2021 by a trigger-happy policeman in Lagos State. 


We equally condemn the dead on arrival efforts of the Lagos police in an attempt to cover up the truth by releasing a misleading police report that was unrelated to the brutal event which led to the death of Monsurat Ojuade on September 11, 2021.


Mosurat Ojuade, who was awaiting university admission having scored 236 marks in JAMB was killed by a trigger-happy policeman identified as one Samuel Phillips during their usual illegal and unlawful raid in Surulere neighborhood. 









Eye witness confirmed that Monsurat Ojuade and her sister ran into their compound for safety, as the raider was ransacking the neighborhood. But as their mother tried to hurriedly closed the gate, the police officer shot into their gate at very close range.


Monsurat Ojuade was first taken to a public hospital for treatment but she was rejected due to the ongoing strike. As she continue bleeding, her family took her to another hospital but unfortunately she died at the third hospital after bleeding profusely from the bullet wound.


We use this opportunity to remind the public of how the Lagos police brutally murdered Jumoke at the Yoruba Nation rally on the 3rd July, 2021. The policeman who shot Jumoke is yet to be identified, dismissed or prosecuted, instead the Lagos police charged one of the Yoruba Nation agitators who is an Ogboni chief with the death of Jumoke just to cover up the unfortunate incident. There has been no #JusticeForJumoke after 73 days of her brutal murder.


While we acknowledge the arrest and identification of the trigger-happy policeman as claimed by the Lagos CP, we call for his quick dismissal from service and also his quick prosecution according to the law.


We also call for permanent end to police brutality, human rights violations, extra-judicial killings, frequent victimisation and harassment of Lagosian by the police, as well as the unlawful policing by some members of the Nigerian Police Force.


We put the public and Lagosians on alert over the rising cases of police brutality and killings that never stopped even after #EndSARS. 


We send our humble tribute and condolences to the family of Monsurat Ojuade and we pray that God grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. 


May her soul and the souls of faithful departed rest in peace.


We want #JusticeForEji

We want #JusticeForJumoke

We want #JusticeForMonsurat


Signed:


Ridwan Ajayi

TIB Lagos Publicity Secretary

PRESS RELEASE: TAKE IT BACK OYO STATE CHAPTER CONDEMN THE KILLING OF COMR. OMOYELE SOWORE YOUNGER BROTHER

PRESS RELEASE: TAKE IT BACK OYO STATE CHAPTER CONDEMN THE KILLING OF COMR. OMOYELE SOWORE YOUNGER BROTHER

We acknowledged the death of Jide Sowore, a younger brother to TIB leader, Omoyele Sowore.





Jide was reported to have Been killed by suspected dangerous heardmen/ bandit that have been terrorizing Nigeria and her people since the emergence of the regime of General Muhamadu Buhari.


Take It Back Oyo totally frown at the incident and  believe it was one of callus attempt to discourage Jide elder brother, Omoyele Sowore.


Is not hearsay, Nigeria has become jungle where nobody is safe, the level of insecurity in the state is very alarming.


We now call on Federal Government of Nigeria to  swiftly get into action and make sure they brought all the perpetrators into the book.


Our appeal to the revolutionary leader, Comr. Omoyele Sowore not to allow the evil act by the state Insecurities to brake him down,  as much as we believe in your fighting for all the common Nigerians and the idea of getting Nigerians liberated, we will continue fighting alongside with you.


Also Our sincere condolences to all Sowore family, we shear the pains and acknowledge all the sacrifices you have been making for a better Nigeria. May almighty heal the wound and make an incident like this last one to the family.


TIB will not ceased from it missions to deliver Nigerians from clueless political leaders in the country.


 Comr. Solomon Emiola


 TIB state Members

We acknowledged the death of Jide Sowore, a younger brother to TIB leader, Omoyele Sowore.





Jide was reported to have Been killed by suspected dangerous heardmen/ bandit that have been terrorizing Nigeria and her people since the emergence of the regime of General Muhamadu Buhari.


Take It Back Oyo totally frown at the incident and  believe it was one of callus attempt to discourage Jide elder brother, Omoyele Sowore.


Is not hearsay, Nigeria has become jungle where nobody is safe, the level of insecurity in the state is very alarming.


We now call on Federal Government of Nigeria to  swiftly get into action and make sure they brought all the perpetrators into the book.


Our appeal to the revolutionary leader, Comr. Omoyele Sowore not to allow the evil act by the state Insecurities to brake him down,  as much as we believe in your fighting for all the common Nigerians and the idea of getting Nigerians liberated, we will continue fighting alongside with you.


Also Our sincere condolences to all Sowore family, we shear the pains and acknowledge all the sacrifices you have been making for a better Nigeria. May almighty heal the wound and make an incident like this last one to the family.


TIB will not ceased from it missions to deliver Nigerians from clueless political leaders in the country.


 Comr. Solomon Emiola


 TIB state Members

Jide Sowore's Death: Thank you all for reaching out with great love and kind words of consolation - Omoyele Sowore

Jide Sowore's Death: Thank you all for reaching out with great love and kind words of consolation - Omoyele Sowore

Omoyele Sowore

The National Chairman of the African Action Congress Omoyele Sowore has expresses appreciations for the concerns, great love and kind words of consolation, support and solidarity that many friends and supporters have poured to him and the entire family over the tragic but still unexplained death of his immediate brother, Felix Olajide Sowore who was killed near Okada in Edo state.


Sowore in his statement on Sunday added: " We should report to the public that despite the noise from Nigerian govt officials promising to “apprehend” my brother’s  killers, we are not aware any security  agency/ies carrying out rescue operations to free those purportedly abducted or investigating the identity of Jide’s murderers. It is not as if we expect anything from the failed system that took our brother’s life, I feel that I owe you all an update on these matters."


 

Read the full statement:

Thank you all for reaching out with great love and kind words of consolation, support and solidarity over the tragic but still unexplained death of my dearest brother, Felix Olajide Sowore.


I send you loads of gratitude from the bottom of my heart and that of my entire family. 


We should report to the public that despite the noise from Nigerian govt officials promising to “apprehend” my brother’s  killers, we are not aware any security  agency/ies carrying out rescue operations to free those purportedly abducted or investigating the identity of Jide’s murderers. It is not as if we expect anything from the failed system that took our brother’s life, I feel that I owe you all an update on these matters.

 

We will keep the public updated with progress regarding funeral arrangements - Omoyele Sowore

Omoyele Sowore

The National Chairman of the African Action Congress Omoyele Sowore has expresses appreciations for the concerns, great love and kind words of consolation, support and solidarity that many friends and supporters have poured to him and the entire family over the tragic but still unexplained death of his immediate brother, Felix Olajide Sowore who was killed near Okada in Edo state.


Sowore in his statement on Sunday added: " We should report to the public that despite the noise from Nigerian govt officials promising to “apprehend” my brother’s  killers, we are not aware any security  agency/ies carrying out rescue operations to free those purportedly abducted or investigating the identity of Jide’s murderers. It is not as if we expect anything from the failed system that took our brother’s life, I feel that I owe you all an update on these matters."


 

Read the full statement:

Thank you all for reaching out with great love and kind words of consolation, support and solidarity over the tragic but still unexplained death of my dearest brother, Felix Olajide Sowore.


I send you loads of gratitude from the bottom of my heart and that of my entire family. 


We should report to the public that despite the noise from Nigerian govt officials promising to “apprehend” my brother’s  killers, we are not aware any security  agency/ies carrying out rescue operations to free those purportedly abducted or investigating the identity of Jide’s murderers. It is not as if we expect anything from the failed system that took our brother’s life, I feel that I owe you all an update on these matters.

 

We will keep the public updated with progress regarding funeral arrangements - Omoyele Sowore

PRESS RELEASE: AAC CONDOLES WITH ITS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, OMOYELE SOWORE AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY OVER THE UNFORTUNATE ASSASSINATION OF BROTHER

PRESS RELEASE: AAC CONDOLES WITH ITS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, OMOYELE SOWORE AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY OVER THE UNFORTUNATE ASSASSINATION OF BROTHER

*THE AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS, (AAC) CONDOLES WITH ITS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, OMOYELE SOWORE AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY OVER THE UNFORTUNATE ASSASSINATION OF BROTHER.*


*DEMANDS IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION INTO THE MURDER AND ARREST OF KILLERS.*


*CALLS ON NIGERIANS TO BOND AND ORGANIZE TO END THE TERRORIST REGIME BEFORE IT ENDS EVERYONE.*





Omoyele Sowore


It is with a deep and heartfelt sobriety, the African Action Congress pens its condolence message to the National Chairman, Omoyele Sowore who lost his immediate younger brother to the Buhari regime’s gross wickedness and incompetence. There’s no emphasis in saying it’s a sad day for all of us in the AAC, home and abroad. 


It has been reported that Jide Sowore, who until his unfortunate death was a Pharmacy student at Igbinedion University, Okada was murdered by killer herdsmen while traveling on the Ore-Benin expressway in the early hours of Saturday, September 4, 2021. 


Shall we remind ourselves that many a Nigerian has been slain by the incompetence of the Buhari regime- failure to secure lives and property, and that no one is safe either at home- land, air or on sea including on our roads that are now clear death traps. 

It is so sad that the insecurity ravaging our land is no more a matter of “if”, it is now an issue of “when”- when will it get to us? 


Although we are mourning with our teeth gnashing and our eyes filled with tears, yet we can see clearly and it is to this end we call on the Police and other security agents to investigate the circumstances surrounding this killing and fish out the killers of this young promising Nigerian whose life of service to the country has just been cut short. 









Jide Sowore


The AAC calls on Nigerians to bond as a matter of expediency, and organize with actions to kick out this regime that has failed woefully on its three major promises- providing security for all Nigerians, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. 

The reality before us today is that if we do not bond, leaving behind our tribal and religious differences to end this terrorist regime, it will end us separately. This is not a bad prayer or wish at all. 


May the gentle soul of our brother and Comrade, Jide Sowore continue to rest in power. 


Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye

National Publicity Secretary 

4/9/2021

*THE AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS, (AAC) CONDOLES WITH ITS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, OMOYELE SOWORE AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY OVER THE UNFORTUNATE ASSASSINATION OF BROTHER.*


*DEMANDS IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION INTO THE MURDER AND ARREST OF KILLERS.*


*CALLS ON NIGERIANS TO BOND AND ORGANIZE TO END THE TERRORIST REGIME BEFORE IT ENDS EVERYONE.*





Omoyele Sowore


It is with a deep and heartfelt sobriety, the African Action Congress pens its condolence message to the National Chairman, Omoyele Sowore who lost his immediate younger brother to the Buhari regime’s gross wickedness and incompetence. There’s no emphasis in saying it’s a sad day for all of us in the AAC, home and abroad. 


It has been reported that Jide Sowore, who until his unfortunate death was a Pharmacy student at Igbinedion University, Okada was murdered by killer herdsmen while traveling on the Ore-Benin expressway in the early hours of Saturday, September 4, 2021. 


Shall we remind ourselves that many a Nigerian has been slain by the incompetence of the Buhari regime- failure to secure lives and property, and that no one is safe either at home- land, air or on sea including on our roads that are now clear death traps. 

It is so sad that the insecurity ravaging our land is no more a matter of “if”, it is now an issue of “when”- when will it get to us? 


Although we are mourning with our teeth gnashing and our eyes filled with tears, yet we can see clearly and it is to this end we call on the Police and other security agents to investigate the circumstances surrounding this killing and fish out the killers of this young promising Nigerian whose life of service to the country has just been cut short. 









Jide Sowore


The AAC calls on Nigerians to bond as a matter of expediency, and organize with actions to kick out this regime that has failed woefully on its three major promises- providing security for all Nigerians, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. 

The reality before us today is that if we do not bond, leaving behind our tribal and religious differences to end this terrorist regime, it will end us separately. This is not a bad prayer or wish at all. 


May the gentle soul of our brother and Comrade, Jide Sowore continue to rest in power. 


Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye

National Publicity Secretary 

4/9/2021

Jide Sowore's death: Picture showing bullet-ridden vehicle

Jide Sowore's death: Picture showing bullet-ridden vehicle


Picture showing bullet-ridden vehicle driven Jide Sowore, when he was murdered on Ore-Benin highway this morning on his way to Benin City from school where he was studying Pharmacy.
Felix Olajide Sowore




Felix Olajide Sowore is the immediate younger brother of the national chairman of the African Action Congress, AAC Activist Omoyele Sowore who contested the 2019 presidential election against the incumbent Major Gen Muhammadu Buhari.

Omoyele Sowore has been unjustly incarcerated and restricted to Abuja by the Buhari led tyrannical Regime.



Picture showing bullet-ridden vehicle driven Jide Sowore, when he was murdered on Ore-Benin highway this morning on his way to Benin City from school where he was studying Pharmacy.
Felix Olajide Sowore




Felix Olajide Sowore is the immediate younger brother of the national chairman of the African Action Congress, AAC Activist Omoyele Sowore who contested the 2019 presidential election against the incumbent Major Gen Muhammadu Buhari.

Omoyele Sowore has been unjustly incarcerated and restricted to Abuja by the Buhari led tyrannical Regime.


See the Photos - Reason I stood behind Chief MKO Abiola on this day in 1993 - Omoyele Sowore

See the Photos - Reason I stood behind Chief MKO Abiola on this day in 1993 - Omoyele Sowore



The National Chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) Omoyele Sowore has revealed the real Reasons he stood behind Chief MKO Abiola on this day in 1993.


Sowore who is the Publisher of an online news media Sahara Reporters contested for the highest position in the land against the incumbent Nigeria's President Major General Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 general elections.


Here are the revelations he made today 29th August 2021 on why he was standing behind the winner of the June 12th 1993 presidential election, Late MKO Abiola: 


The real story: Inside his expansive living room on Toyin Street in Ikeja, we were ushered into a gathering of politicians holding a “strategy session” to ask MKO Abiola to tone down his challenge against General Ibrahim Babangida and his military cohorts after they annulled Nigeria’s freest election held on June 12 1993. I was obviously the “poorest” person in the room on that fateful day (I had on bathroom slippers). 



It was my first time meeting  Chief Abiola in person but he recognised me and said “oh Student leader, welcome to our meeting what should we do now as my friends have annulled the People’s mandate.?


 I quickly took the opportunity to lambast the politicians seated. I told Chief Abiola his real enemies are right there in the room with him and that they just busy collecting his money but not fighting forbthe restoration of his mandate. Chief Abiola was uncomfortable and tried changing the topic by  praising my organising efforts in fighting for the restoration of his June 12 mandate. He quickly dragged a massive bag containing cash and proceeded to give our team N800k saying it was a token for our “transportation.”


 I politely rejected the cash haul telling him, jocularly, that first we didn’t come to visit him in a jumbo jet so the issue of a jumbo transportation fund won’t arise, in fact I doubt that the SUG bus we took there was worth N300k in those days,  I was firm im telling him our struggle wasn’t for his sake and that our fight was not for him but the future of Nigeria. 


The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) did not even believe in Babangida’s transition program but our position regarding democratic rule though was sacrosanct hence our position on the criminal annulment of the June 12 elections. 


Having done my little damage to the greedy politicians in Abiola’s living room (don’t forget so many of them were clutching to cash hauls collected from Abiola right there) our team decided to leave but something rare happened, Chief Anthony Enahoro who was also in attendance angrily got up and told Chief Abiola he too was leaving that he shared the position of the students, in a split second  Abiola stood up and decided he would escort us to our bus, a decision that left his guests bewildered. 


When we got outside, ChannelsTV  owner, John Momoh and one of his reporters, Kingsley Uranta were outside waiting for an interview. Abiola asked that I hang around and hear what he wants to say snd I said, “that’s good Chief,  if you’re now ready to fight I will stand behind you!”



The National Chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) Omoyele Sowore has revealed the real Reasons he stood behind Chief MKO Abiola on this day in 1993.


Sowore who is the Publisher of an online news media Sahara Reporters contested for the highest position in the land against the incumbent Nigeria's President Major General Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 general elections.


Here are the revelations he made today 29th August 2021 on why he was standing behind the winner of the June 12th 1993 presidential election, Late MKO Abiola: 


The real story: Inside his expansive living room on Toyin Street in Ikeja, we were ushered into a gathering of politicians holding a “strategy session” to ask MKO Abiola to tone down his challenge against General Ibrahim Babangida and his military cohorts after they annulled Nigeria’s freest election held on June 12 1993. I was obviously the “poorest” person in the room on that fateful day (I had on bathroom slippers). 



It was my first time meeting  Chief Abiola in person but he recognised me and said “oh Student leader, welcome to our meeting what should we do now as my friends have annulled the People’s mandate.?


 I quickly took the opportunity to lambast the politicians seated. I told Chief Abiola his real enemies are right there in the room with him and that they just busy collecting his money but not fighting forbthe restoration of his mandate. Chief Abiola was uncomfortable and tried changing the topic by  praising my organising efforts in fighting for the restoration of his June 12 mandate. He quickly dragged a massive bag containing cash and proceeded to give our team N800k saying it was a token for our “transportation.”


 I politely rejected the cash haul telling him, jocularly, that first we didn’t come to visit him in a jumbo jet so the issue of a jumbo transportation fund won’t arise, in fact I doubt that the SUG bus we took there was worth N300k in those days,  I was firm im telling him our struggle wasn’t for his sake and that our fight was not for him but the future of Nigeria. 


The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) did not even believe in Babangida’s transition program but our position regarding democratic rule though was sacrosanct hence our position on the criminal annulment of the June 12 elections. 


Having done my little damage to the greedy politicians in Abiola’s living room (don’t forget so many of them were clutching to cash hauls collected from Abiola right there) our team decided to leave but something rare happened, Chief Anthony Enahoro who was also in attendance angrily got up and told Chief Abiola he too was leaving that he shared the position of the students, in a split second  Abiola stood up and decided he would escort us to our bus, a decision that left his guests bewildered. 


When we got outside, ChannelsTV  owner, John Momoh and one of his reporters, Kingsley Uranta were outside waiting for an interview. Abiola asked that I hang around and hear what he wants to say snd I said, “that’s good Chief,  if you’re now ready to fight I will stand behind you!”

Omoyele Sowore: Nigerian media did not allow interviews with great ideas during 2019 Presidential Election (plus Video)

Omoyele Sowore: Nigerian media did not allow interviews with great ideas during 2019 Presidential Election (plus Video)

Sowore

The presidential candidate of the African Action Congress AAC in the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has said the Nigerian media did not allow interviews with great ideas during 2019 Presidential Election!


According to the founder of Sahara Reporters,  "the owner of Channels Television ganged up with some NGO people to deny us a spot on the Presidential Debate, NTA only allowed one interview or so (on one occasion NTA cut off live broadcast of a debate I was involved in), AIT Online allowed one or two interviews, TVC only let me come on two shows ( the reporters there told us their owner made it clear I am not allowed on air on their facilities), only Nigerian Info WAZOBiA allowed unfettered access in the electronic sector."


Sowore said: "Major newspapers avoided us and when they would report about us they only did to spite."


"However, the two major failed parties - APC and PDP were hosted every minutes, they polluted the airwaves with airheads and talking heads who repeatedly said nothing new, no hard questions, the media shielded Muhammadu Buhari from scrutiny."



"Meanwhile, as you could see in this interview ideas - lifesaving ideas-were flowing. We maintained consistent explanations, in the simplest and basic forms,  how to lead Nigeria into Peace, Security, Progress and Prosperity." 


"They turned around stole some of those ideas but today we are stuck, the economy is in shambles. National Debt has  risen to an unbelievable and unsustainable level."


"Children are not safe in our schools. Farmers can’t go to their farms, people can’t even worship in peace, no where is safe and yet the locusts are gathering again and our youths are falling for their antics!!! #RevolutionNow"

Sowore

The presidential candidate of the African Action Congress AAC in the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has said the Nigerian media did not allow interviews with great ideas during 2019 Presidential Election!


According to the founder of Sahara Reporters,  "the owner of Channels Television ganged up with some NGO people to deny us a spot on the Presidential Debate, NTA only allowed one interview or so (on one occasion NTA cut off live broadcast of a debate I was involved in), AIT Online allowed one or two interviews, TVC only let me come on two shows ( the reporters there told us their owner made it clear I am not allowed on air on their facilities), only Nigerian Info WAZOBiA allowed unfettered access in the electronic sector."


Sowore said: "Major newspapers avoided us and when they would report about us they only did to spite."


"However, the two major failed parties - APC and PDP were hosted every minutes, they polluted the airwaves with airheads and talking heads who repeatedly said nothing new, no hard questions, the media shielded Muhammadu Buhari from scrutiny."



"Meanwhile, as you could see in this interview ideas - lifesaving ideas-were flowing. We maintained consistent explanations, in the simplest and basic forms,  how to lead Nigeria into Peace, Security, Progress and Prosperity." 


"They turned around stole some of those ideas but today we are stuck, the economy is in shambles. National Debt has  risen to an unbelievable and unsustainable level."


"Children are not safe in our schools. Farmers can’t go to their farms, people can’t even worship in peace, no where is safe and yet the locusts are gathering again and our youths are falling for their antics!!! #RevolutionNow"

AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS (AAC), BENUE STATE MOURNS COMRADE USHAHEMBA YAKUBU

AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS (AAC), BENUE STATE MOURNS COMRADE USHAHEMBA YAKUBU

17th August, 2021


It is with a deep sense of grief that we announce the death of Comrade Ushahemba Yakubu, a member of our revolutionary political party in Guma LGA of Benue State.

He was killed yesterday evening by killer Fulani herdsmen around his community in Guma LGA of the state. 

Earlier displaced by herdsmen in 2018, he lived as an IDP in “Camp 1” at Daudu till yesterday when he was gruesomely murdered.

It is more painful to remember that he partook in the #June12Protest in Benue state, tagged #BenueUnderAttack; a peaceful protest against the incessant killings in the state by herdsmen, one that was shamefully opposed by government security agencies who have consistently failed in protecting vulnerable citizens.

His death is another painful reminder of the gross failure and incompetence of the Muhammadu Buhari led govt which was proactive in arresting, jailing and torturing five(5) comrades from the same community for joining the June12 Protest.


While we grieve painfully and condole members of his family, we also urge all members of the AAC and well meaning Nigerians to continue in their legitimate demand for social justice and equality for all, as well as the resignation of an irresponsible President.

Rest in Power comrade Ushahemba.

Solidarity Forever!


Rex I. Elanu

Chairman, AAC Benue State.

17th August, 2021


It is with a deep sense of grief that we announce the death of Comrade Ushahemba Yakubu, a member of our revolutionary political party in Guma LGA of Benue State.

He was killed yesterday evening by killer Fulani herdsmen around his community in Guma LGA of the state. 

Earlier displaced by herdsmen in 2018, he lived as an IDP in “Camp 1” at Daudu till yesterday when he was gruesomely murdered.

It is more painful to remember that he partook in the #June12Protest in Benue state, tagged #BenueUnderAttack; a peaceful protest against the incessant killings in the state by herdsmen, one that was shamefully opposed by government security agencies who have consistently failed in protecting vulnerable citizens.

His death is another painful reminder of the gross failure and incompetence of the Muhammadu Buhari led govt which was proactive in arresting, jailing and torturing five(5) comrades from the same community for joining the June12 Protest.


While we grieve painfully and condole members of his family, we also urge all members of the AAC and well meaning Nigerians to continue in their legitimate demand for social justice and equality for all, as well as the resignation of an irresponsible President.

Rest in Power comrade Ushahemba.

Solidarity Forever!


Rex I. Elanu

Chairman, AAC Benue State.

Blabbing IBB: A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief who should be in prison now - Sowore

Blabbing IBB: A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief who should be in prison now - Sowore


Conman, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB) killed students, killed Dele Giwa, Killed Mamman Vasta, killed Gideon Orkar, killed a generation of young army officers in a plane crash so they won’t reach their prime, now he’s blabbing about the quest for a younger generation to lead. A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief and dissembler,m who should be in prison but here we are with one of these blockheads just running his mouth and getting undue airtime! #RevolutionNow


Omoyele Sowore




It is an indictment on the Nigeria's system which allowed characters like IBB to move freely like a saint.


And indeed very unfortunate that character like Major General Muhammadu Buhari will almost make him a saint.


Comrade Dele Abiola


Conman, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB) killed students, killed Dele Giwa, Killed Mamman Vasta, killed Gideon Orkar, killed a generation of young army officers in a plane crash so they won’t reach their prime, now he’s blabbing about the quest for a younger generation to lead. A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief and dissembler,m who should be in prison but here we are with one of these blockheads just running his mouth and getting undue airtime! #RevolutionNow


Omoyele Sowore




It is an indictment on the Nigeria's system which allowed characters like IBB to move freely like a saint.


And indeed very unfortunate that character like Major General Muhammadu Buhari will almost make him a saint.


Comrade Dele Abiola

Everywhere you turn in #Nigeria, a Street is named after a thief - Sowore

Everywhere you turn in #Nigeria, a Street is named after a thief - Sowore

 AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore has said almost every where you turn to in the country, you will see at least a street named after a criminal been paraded as a hero.

The publisher of Sahara Reporters  made the statement in reaction to the recent US court's warrant of arrest issued against a popular Nigerian police officer Abba Kyari for his alledged roles in Hisppupi  fraud.

He asked: When are we toppling these statutes? 

Sowore who's the convener of "RevolutionNow" movement said: "Everywhere you turn in #Nigeria, a street had been named after a thief, a boulevard for a coward, an army barrack bequeathed to a murderer, an airport for a Génocidaire, a magnificent building for a judge who perverted justice...When are we toppling these statutes? #Revolutionnow"


Revolution Now protest holds on August 5 2021 and Nigerians are enjoyed to join and support the protest to reject bad governance, misrule, maladministration, lawlessness and despotic Buhari led anti-democratic regime.

 AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore has said almost every where you turn to in the country, you will see at least a street named after a criminal been paraded as a hero.

The publisher of Sahara Reporters  made the statement in reaction to the recent US court's warrant of arrest issued against a popular Nigerian police officer Abba Kyari for his alledged roles in Hisppupi  fraud.

He asked: When are we toppling these statutes? 

Sowore who's the convener of "RevolutionNow" movement said: "Everywhere you turn in #Nigeria, a street had been named after a thief, a boulevard for a coward, an army barrack bequeathed to a murderer, an airport for a Génocidaire, a magnificent building for a judge who perverted justice...When are we toppling these statutes? #Revolutionnow"


Revolution Now protest holds on August 5 2021 and Nigerians are enjoyed to join and support the protest to reject bad governance, misrule, maladministration, lawlessness and despotic Buhari led anti-democratic regime.

#FreeDunamis5: Court Grants #500,000 Bail to each of the 5 youths arrested for wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to Dunamis Church in Abuja

#FreeDunamis5: Court Grants #500,000 Bail to each of the 5 youths arrested for wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to Dunamis Church in Abuja


An Abuja Magistrate on Wednesday granted bail to each of the five youths arrested and being prosecuted by the Nugeria's DSS for wearing #BuhariMustGo TShirts to Dunamis International Gospel Centre on July 4 2021.


They were granted bail in the following terms: N500,000 and one surety in the like sum. To be resident in Abuja. With evidence of reliable means of livelihood. With one passport and means of identification.


Lawless DSS drove them away before they could fulfill their bail conditions.


Confirming the bail, the National Chairman of the African Action Congress, Omoyele Sowore who is the convener of the revolutionNow movement behind the  Buhari Must Go protest in a tweet said "#FreeDunamis5: Magistrate granted bail to each of the five youths being persecuted for wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to Dunamis International Gospel Centre on July 4 2021 in the following terms: N500,000 and one surety in the like sum. To be resident in Abuja. With evidence of reliable means of livelihood. With one passport and means of identification. Lawless DSS drove them away before they could fulfill their bail conditions"




An Abuja Magistrate on Wednesday granted bail to each of the five youths arrested and being prosecuted by the Nugeria's DSS for wearing #BuhariMustGo TShirts to Dunamis International Gospel Centre on July 4 2021.


They were granted bail in the following terms: N500,000 and one surety in the like sum. To be resident in Abuja. With evidence of reliable means of livelihood. With one passport and means of identification.


Lawless DSS drove them away before they could fulfill their bail conditions.


Confirming the bail, the National Chairman of the African Action Congress, Omoyele Sowore who is the convener of the revolutionNow movement behind the  Buhari Must Go protest in a tweet said "#FreeDunamis5: Magistrate granted bail to each of the five youths being persecuted for wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to Dunamis International Gospel Centre on July 4 2021 in the following terms: N500,000 and one surety in the like sum. To be resident in Abuja. With evidence of reliable means of livelihood. With one passport and means of identification. Lawless DSS drove them away before they could fulfill their bail conditions"



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 


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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 


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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 


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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


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Rasheed Kafayat AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


Amosa Rasaki Falowo AAC Osun Egbedore Local Government Unit 2 


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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

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