Eedris Abdulkareem Tells Pastor Adeboye “We need your 1m disciples to protest against Tinubu Gov’t”

Eedris Abdulkareem Tells Pastor Adeboye "We need your 1m disciples to protest against Tinubu Gov’t"As reported by Daily Post, controversial rapper Eedris Abdulkareem has targeted Pastor Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, in his new song, “Emilokan.” The seasoned performer, who is well-known for being vocal, has ignited a controversy with his scathing lyrics about the well-known religious figure. The topics of governance and the place of religious leaders in political discourse are explored in Abdulkareem’s most recent song.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Dokubo’s warning comes as the tenure of the LG chairmen comes to an end, and there have been rumors of attempts to prolong their stay in office. He stressed that the constitution does not provide for tenure elongation, and any attempt to do so would be an aberration. By urging the former chairmen to accept the end of their tenure, Dokubo is advocating for a peaceful transition of power and a respect for democratic norms.

The Niger Delta Volunteer Force leader’s statement is seen as a significant intervention in the political landscape of Rivers State. His call for the former chairmen to step down is expected to resonate with the people of the state, who have been eagerly awaiting the transition. Dokubo’s warning against inviting the “people’s power” is also seen as a reminder to the former chairmen that any attempt to cling to power would be met with resistance from the people.

The development is being closely watched in Rivers State, where politics has often been marked by tensions and conflicts. Dokubo’s intervention is seen as an attempt to prevent any potential crisis and ensure a smooth transition at the local government level. His statement has added significance in the context of Nigeria’s democratic journey, as it emphasizes the importance of respecting the constitution and the rule of law.

He said: “Only one man can be governor of Rivers State at a time. We would not have two governors at a time.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>