Nothing like that in the offing.
We are Nigerians and we have come to give the president support.
That is what is required.
Every state must be able to show their strength.
Police cant declare me wanted, Auxiliary reacts from hideout
The sacked chairman of the disciplinary committee of the Park Management System, PMS, in Oyo State, Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, has said the police cannot declare him wanted.
Better known as Auxiliary, Lamidi who has been declared wanted by the police for alleged gunrunning, said Govrnor Seyi Makinde, governor remains his destiny helper.
He added that he is committed to peace, noting that he would abide by whatever decision the governor takes on transport unions.
Reacting to the allegations of violence allegedly perpetrated by his boys few days ago in Ibadan, Auxiliary who spoke on Saturday morning from his hideout on a live radio programme in Ibadan, said, he is a peacelover, who could not have turned the state to a theatre of war over the dissolution of the PMS by the governor.
On the position of the Oyo State Police that declared him wanted, Auxiliary said, such declaration was not meant for him, adding that When Im not a fool, how could I have hidden or stockpiled those weapons at my residence
He, however, warned his boys not to forment trouble or engage in any act of violence in Ibadan and other parts of the state, saying they should desist from such plans.
The former PMS boss added that no individual, no matter how highly influential he or she is, is bigger than government.
There is no big deal about that.
Nigeria Shares Culture Strategies With Zimbabwe
Nigeria has shared cultural strategy tips with Zimbabwe.
The director general of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, shared Nigerias strategy to promoting and preserving her culture with the Zimbabwe National Defense University.
The Zimbabwean team were on a military course training in Nigeria, and three other countries, and made a courtesy call to the National Council of Arts and Culture (NCAC).
Responding to questions on how Nigeria has continued to preserve her cultures in the face of western culture invasion, and her strategies to promoting Nigeria to Africa and the world, Runsewe said Nigerias culture is its brand identity, one that its citizens carry around everywhere they go.
We have tried to use the Nigerian culture to sell our image and to keep our heritage.