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I Once Prayed To Die At 70 – Ajimobi

Late former governor of Oyo state, Abiola Ajimobi, once said that he prayed to God that he should die at 70.

Speaking on a radio show that aired on Splash FM during the Ramadan season, the late former governor said he wanted to die after 70 because his own father died two months before his 70th birthday.

Ajimobi died aged 70.

According to him: “When I was 40, I started telling God that when I clock 70, it is enough,” he told the Imams in Yoruba Language.

“My father died two months before his 70th birthday. So I started praying to God that I should get the grace to clock 70.

“After I clocked 70 and I seeing how sweet life was, I started telling God again that this age 70 is not enough please make it 96 years old.

“Now that you have prayed for me that I should clock 100, I am happy with it,” he explained.

The news of his death had first spread last Thursday, however, his family debunked the news.

It had earlier been reported that he had slipped into coma as a result of complications arising from the coronavirus.

Ajimobi, who was popularly called Constituted Authority, was born into a family of politicians.

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I’m Not Desperate To Be President – Peter Obi



Former Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, on Friday said he is not desperate to be President.

Mr Obi made the comment while appearing on Channels Television’s Politics Today.

According to Mr Obi, he left the Peoples Democratic Party for the Labour Party because the former did no longer align with his political values.

“I’m not desperate to be President or anything,” he said. “I’m desperate to see Nigeria work. Especially for the youths of this country.

“I’ve moved to where I think the process might allow me.

“I would rather lose doing the right thing than win doing the wrong thing. My politics have been consistent in character and integrity.”

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Presidential Primaries: APC Afraid PDP Will Pick Northerner As Candidate – Adeyanju



Deji Adeyanju, an Abuja-based rights activist, has suggested why the All Progressives Congress, APC, is yet to conduct the screening of its presidential candidates 48 hours to the party’s primaries.

Adeyanju said APC is waiting for the outcome of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP primaries.

He alleged that the APC is afraid that the PDP may pick a Northerner as its presidential candidate; hence the delay.

In a post on Facebook, Adeyanju wrote: “48hrs to APC primaries, no screening of candidates or any single direction because they are so afraid PDP may pick a Northern candidate.

“That’s why they are waiting and going round and round. They are just waiting for the outcome of PDP primaries then in hours they will act.”

APC convention for the presidential primary will be held as scheduled from Sunday, 29th to Monday, 30th of May, 2022.

The PDP presidential primary will be held at the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja on May 28 and 29.

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JUST IN: APC Postpones Presidential Primaries To June 6-7



The All Progressives Congress (APC) has postponed its presidential primary election to Friday, June 6 and Saturday, 7.

The APC announced the postponement after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Friday evening bowed to pressure by political parties to extend the dates for the conduct of primary elections.

INEC in a statement on Friday, extended the dates for primaries by six days.

Details later…

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