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On the purported decamping of Hon Peter Makinde of Ondo state, no better answer than with the rhymes meant for persons without gratitude in their soul.

Of him, this day and the scene at the floor of the House of Representatives, I can only think of a vulture dance in the odium of carcass of own ilk.

 

A haughty ungrateful man, like a Trojan or a desperate pirate of old, ain’t a character worth the esteemed time of patriots in a rescue mission that exemplify the ADC DNA. 

 

The human without character is less than a dog. Certainly, the vices and grandiloquence will receive a compensation in not a distance time.

Ingratitude, ungratefulness is a curse, a social malady with all the viles.

 

Too much Greed in the soul of they who desecrates the chambers of honor with lies, misinformation and filthy gambits. These characters are misfits for public service and this includes the spiteful speaker who presides over cadavers not worthy of the public good.

 

There is nothing honorable in men full of vile, so the scandal is of both men; the disingenuous speaker and his ungrateful minion. Hardened hearts and incorrigible, filthy, and haughty souls do not belong to the assembly of worthy men and patriots.

It appears the National assembly has become home for despots without character and a theater of absurdities. All crimes pass for politics, and all frauds for cleverness but time will catch up with men and women who bring evil to the green chambers and shame to our dear country.

 

To those who take the back door and give the backhand, may they rest in shame. Deeds and evil intentions of bad men cannot diminish a great organization and a political party intent on national transformation. ADC is unstoppable, in the final analysis evil men will be exposed for what they are, opportunistic, little minded and delusional brigands.

 

To my dear colleagues, I will be surprised if you feel ruffled by today’s development. How many of these characters have shown much affinity to ADC since after they climbed on us to their present positions.

 

This is not peculiar to ADC either. AA had about 9 elected members at state and federal, but none stayed beyond one 1month. APGA had about 9 federal legislators, all of them from states other than Anambra left the party already, and even from Anambra 2 decamped. PDP lost Senators, Rep members, and even a governor and still counting.

 

Let’s focus on the big picture and continue to do the very best. The people, the electorate will respond at the appropriate time. Trust me ADC will emerge much bigger than any of these parties in the coming polls. 2023 beckons, the result will show a full blast.

To God the glory.

Ralphs Okey Nwosu

National Chairman ADC.


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The  IT division at GTBank has suffered a continual decrease in personnel within the last six months. It has caused a significant technical lacuna and work overload for current employees. Reports reaching 1st News have it that GTBank has been slow in promoting its staff; inadvertently triggering a wave of exits into the labour market which had attractive offers for their talent.

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One staff said, “I was handling one application then it doubled as a result.”

Another one also: “There’s a particular team where three members left in the space of one month. Now, four people’s responsibilities are being juggled by one person.”

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The Chief Executive Officer of Monimichelle Group, Ebi Egbe, has called on the federal government to do something on the state of the roads in the country, declaring that the state of the Port-Harcourt Aba Road has become a bad advertisement for the country.

The poor state of the federal highway came to the fore over the weekend when Egyptian side, Pyramids Football Club who flew in the club’s private jet landed

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He further charged the various state governments to also upgrade their stadium facilities just like other countries are doing.

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