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Bindow And The Miangu School Certificate Sceen: A Window Flooding Group Reaction

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Bindow And the Miangu School Certificate Scene: A Window Flooding Group Reaction

By Adamu Muhammad Dodo Yola 30/11/2018

From the Newshawk’s series on Bindow, Miangu and certificate forgery, sifted among the floodgate of reactions, a non romantic, rather apolitical position of possibility of a Civil Society Organisation under the aegis of Good Governance Group GGG, could be pleased to be referred to as The 3G, considered to be challenging injustice and any other act that could tempt integrity, transparency, additionally, fuming against any form of criminality capable of heating the polity defined at the Periscope Global Publishers’ summit as “political insurgency.”

The 3G has sensed a shaming of the state’s heritage, for a chief executive who has declared to be operating a corrupt free administration only to have his genesis baptised in filthy pond of lies, deception and educational malpractice based on certificate forgery as was alleged; kind of opening a clueless leadership door through the window for a revelation.

The 3G would have wandered, wondering why the allegation should have to be now not then, in the sense that Bindow was said to have used the same alleged forged certificate for a Senate seat and to his first tenure as governor of the state.

However, in consideration of a move to the next level and not to falter, frail by frightening fraud and fall into a failed state or as a poet would point out, not to be crushed by corruption and casted for crash landing, joining the popular call with integrity, in sympathy to the chief executive, the 3G, called on governor Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow to humiliate the detractors by telling the people the true position of his secondary school certificate.

In a press release signed by the leader of the group, Charles Mandama, the 3G noted that the actions of the governor since the allegation of the certificate forgery cropped up, generated more questions than answers.

The group noted that based on the nature of the documents, the governor was said to have tendered to INEC and his recent trip to Miangu in Plateau state, persuasive doubt was being registered that Bindow has ever had genuine credentials for a gubernatorial contest.

To be free against the allegation, the group argued, the governor should go by the game of truth in telling the people the position of his certificate in line with the oath of office to which he swore allegiance.

“We are happy that the governor has in unambiguous terms, showed evidence of attending a secondary school as attested by both his classmates and the present principal of Miangu secondary school he attended,” Mandama said.

Mandama added that since the governor has attended and completed secondary education thirty five years ago, the honourable thing to do would be to present the original WAEC certificate in order to douse the imbroglio surrounding his education.

“A person that claimed to attend a secondary school and wrote WAEC exams is bound to get a WAEC certificate,” Mandama said.

Mandama noted that any candidate that failed to get certificate after three years of writing WAEC exams, might have been deemed to commit one of the three infractions;

1 failure to register for the examinations, in which case, he would be deemed not to have sat for the examination.

2. Engaged in examination malpractice and cheating.

3 failing all the subjects he sat for during the examinations.

Mandama noted that based on the forgoing, it would be a wise idea for the governor to present the true position of his secondary school certificate or risk being adjudged as having committed one or all of the above infractions.

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Lone Yobe PDP Legislator Returns Home to APC

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Lone Yobe PDP Legislator Returns Home to Apc

By Daily Hint Damaturu

Hon Lawan Sani Inuwa, the only member of the PDP in the Yobe State House of Assembly, has decamped to the APC and was received by H.E Gov. Mai Mala Buni at the Government House, Damaturu today.

Hon. Lawan Sani Inuwa hails from Nguru Local Government and represents the people of Nguru Central at the House of Assembly.

The legislator was accompanied by the State Party Chairman Alh. Adamu Chilariye, party secretary Alhaji Abubakar Bakabe and others at his meeting with the governor.

H.E Governor Buni welcomed the House of Assembly member for returning home, saying he and the member have always maintained contact and communications.

H.E Governor Buni also praised the lawmaker for his decision to move to the APC. He said it’s a decision that reflects the thinking and tendencies of the people of his constituency.

The governor urged political stakeholders in Nguru to embrace Hon. Lawan and all his supporters wholeheartedly, saying the APC family in Yobe is one family sharing common bonds of solidarity and support for one another.

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Gov. Buni visits Maiduguri to commensurate with Zulum Over the attack on his convoy

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Gov. Buni visits Maiduguri to commensurate with Governor Zulum over the attack on his convoy

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

The Yobe state Governor, Alhaji Mai Mala Buni was in Msiduguri to commensurate with the Governor, Babagana Zulum of Borno state, the government and people of the state over the recent Boko Haram attack on his convoy that resulted to the killing of over 12 gallant security operatives.

While commensurating with Governor Babagana Zulum at the Government House, Maiduguri on Tuesday, Governor Buni said ” I am here on behalf of myself, the government and good people of Yobe state, I am here to commensurate with you over the recent unfortunate attack on your convoy where many gallant security operatives were killed.”

” We are with you in prayers. I want to assure you that you have the prayers and support of all Nigerians. This is a trail, as a leader one must face such challenges from time to time,. You should not be detected , your efforts in ensuring peace and resettlement of Internally Displaced Persons ( IDPs) will surely succeed”, he added.

He urged him not to relent , as Nigerians are with him in support and prayers and that surely the insurgency will soon be a thing of the past.

Governor Buni said ” I believed one thing one cannot take away from you is your commitment to the service of your people. Borno was the epicenter of Boko Haram insurgency at time Borno experienced bomb blast more than two to three times a day but thank God this is over. By the grace of God very soon all these will be thing of the past”.

Responding, Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state thanked the governor for the visit, saying that ” I want to use this opportunity to convey our deep appreciation to you, the Executive Governor, of Yobe state for coming to commensurate with us at this trying moment”..

” The relationship between Borno and Yobe state cannot be over emphasized. Any time there is an event or happening in this state you always identify with us. I want to assure you that the government and people of Borno state will always identify with you in what ever you are doing we will support you in whatever you are doing both at state and national levels”, Governor Zulum added.

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Gov. Zulum’s Convoy Attack, Borno National Assembly Members Visits Maiduguri to Condole Him

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Gov. Zulum’s convoy attack, Borno National Assembly members visits Maiduguri to condole him

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

Borno National Assembly members were in Maiduguri on Monday on a condolence and solidarity visit to commiserate and sympathized with Governor Babagana Zulum over the recent Boko Haram attack on his convoy near Baga where 8 policemen and 3 members of Civilian Joint Taskforce CJTF were killed.

While speaking, at the Government House, Maiduguri on Monday the leader of the delegation who is also a Former Borno state Governor, and Senator representing Borno central, Senator Kashim Shettima said ” we are in Maiduguri to show our solidarity and commiserate with the governor, government and people of the state.”

Senator Shettima said ” I urge the people of Borno state to continue to be resilience and endour these, by the grace of God endouring peace will sure come. I believed the people of Borno have the resilience and the courage to see that enduring peace is enthroned in our father land.”

“Much importantly we urged the people to give the maximum support and cooperation to government and the military establishment to see that peace is established in Borno,” he added..

The Former Governor said ” I have the confident and believe that Governor Zulum’s commitment to ensure enduring peace in the state.”

While responding, Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state thanked them for the visit and assured his administration commitment to rerun all Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) back to their homes safety and dignified manner.

” We have to do something to address the security challenge in the state before it further deteriorates. The situation in the state is very dicey, obnoxious and will not be allowed to remain like that otherwise the insurgents will take over Maiduguri,, the governor stressed

He further said that “there is need for us to stamped our resilience with a view to build peace and stability,” .

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