Sunday, 1 December 2013

Sunday: The Week in Retrospect

Sunday: The Week in Retrospect

Governor Amaechi Leaves party Dissolves Council
The Rivers State governor during the week defected from his former party PDP to APC and on the same week dissolved the Obio/Akpor council Executives prompting a handover from the council boss to the its head of personnel management. This was made known through the state secretary.
ASUU: Threat not carried
Also in the week, the federal government ordered the academy staff union of universities to reopen the country’s higher learning institution. This was announced by minister of state for education, Mr. Wike. Meanwhile, the union had earlier demanded a three conditions to be met before it could open up the institutions which included that 200billion which the government agreed to inject into the varsities be given, that the government renegotiate the 2009 agreement reached by the duos and that the agreements made be signed by preferably the country’s attorney.
University student versus the Nasarawa government
The week was a remarkable one to the government of the state as the secret police nabbed a graduate of the state higher institution of business department who forged the state governor’s letter headed paper in other to command attention at the state’s hospital for employment. Graduated since 2009 without job and had no option than using his pen to manipulate his way through.
False Reports?
The office of the presidency threatened during the week to sue an internet news reporter website, saharareporters, for allegedly reporting false information about the president’s health stand.
If the council had been on our side?
On 16th the gubernatorial elections was conducted in Anambara state. This election to some was free-and-fair while it is on the other side for some individuals. One of the top parties got their candidate coming out successfully as the winner of the polls. This fact could not be established among other contestants and their parties claiming that the election was no credible. We wait to hear more!
President plans meeting with seven aggrieved governors.
The president plans another meeting with the seven governors from which about seven had already defected to the opposition party. The meeting according to news from the upper house is still going to be held notwithstanding the fact that out of the seven, five had already decamped.

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