Gov. Fayose Breaks Silence On Buhari’s Sudden Appearance, Releases Shocking Photo To The World, Exposes Amaechi, El-Rufai, Blatant Lies

Lere Olayinka, the Media Aide to the embattled Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has on Monday, released a shocking photo to Post-Nigeria, allegedly debunking the All Progressives Congress’s, APC, purported visit to President Muhammadu Buhari, in London.

Recall, that the Special Assistant to the President, Femi Adesina, had on Sunday night, released a statement that some APC Governors, including the Transportation Minister, Rotimi Amaechi, met with Buhari, in London, on Sunday.

He had added that, the APC’s delegation spent more than an hour with Buhari over lunch, and it was very clear from the discussions, that he followed developments at home very closely.

He said the President was delighted to receive the delegation, and asked each Governor about affairs in his State.

He also asked Amaechi, about the state of the railways, among others, thereby rubbishing Sahara Reporters’ story, that Buhari had suffered from memory loss.

Adesina went as far as releasing pictures of the delegation having lunch with the President, including the one taken alone by the delegation, without Buhari.

While reacting to the news when Post-Nigeria finally got in touch with Fayose’s Aide, he faulted the authenticity of the picture, by forwarding the discrepancies of the photos to Post-Nigeria.

Lere Olayinka in a piece exclusively forwarded to Post-Nigeria wrote:

”1. Two pictures taken the same day and same venue, APC Chairman, Odigie Oyegun’s dress is different. Why?

”2. Pay more attention to the images in the MIRROR. Why is the different in style of caps of two of the images in the MIRROR, from the photograph?”

He finally added: ”Just using my brain and you can use yours too. Anyway, let’s wish our President soonest recovery.”

Recall, that The Ovation Magazine Publisher, Dele Momodu, had earlier stated that he called Amaechi, to confirm the authenticity of the visit.

However, Political Analysts have been asking when did Buhari decide to have one hour meeting with the APC delegation, whereas when Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, visited, it was allegedly reported that the Acting President, was only allowed to spend 5 minutes with him.

Buhari left the country on May 7, for medical treatment in the British capital.

This is the second time the President will be embarking on a medical vacation this year.

Saraki Receives ‘Lashes’ From Nigerians Over His Trial’s Speech (Snapshots)


Nigerians are obviously not happy with Saraki going by
the responses posted by his followers on facebook.
Saraki had earlier posted;
Saraki : I’m Happy that the Trial Has Commenced
Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has said
he is glad that his trial before the Code of Conduct
Tribunal on asset declaration in 2003 has finally
Saraki said the proceedings of today has given him
confidence that if the trial is conducted fairly he would
be vindicated.
The Senate President noted that even though the
prosecution tried to bring in some dramatic narratives,
it was clear that they were merely thrashing around and
hoping to titillate the public with salacious tales. He
added that he was hopeful however that when the time
comes, his lawyers will have the opportunity to present
his case.
Yusuph Olaniyonu
Special Adviser to Senate President on Media and









Checkout The Full List Of Beneficiaries Of $ 2 . 1 billion Arms Deal Saga As Released By EFCC


Since the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission (EFCC) began investigating how the
former National Security Adviser (NSA) to former
president Goodluck Jonathan, Sambo Dasuki spent
the sum of $2.1bn meant for arms purchase, names
of politicians and elder statesmen have popped up
on the list.
With more names expected to revealed in coming
weeks, here is the list of names of those that
allegedly received from the arms deal funds.
Ex-Rivers governor, Peter Odili (N100m)
Ex-Oyo governor, Rashidi Ladoja (N100m)y
Ex-Sokoto governor, Attahiru Bafarawa (N100m)
Ex-Zamfara governor, Mahmud Aliyu Shinkafi
Ex-Anambra governor, Jim Nwobodo (N500m)
Chief Tony Anenih allegedly got N260m
Ex-PDP BoT chairman, Chief Tony Anenih (N260m)
Ex-PDP National Chairman Ahmadu Ali (N100m)
Chief Bode George (N100m/ $30,000)
Yerima Abdullahi (N100m)
Chief Olu Falae (N100m)
Alhaji Tanko Yakassai allegedly got N63m
Gen. Bello Sarkin Yaki (N200m)
Raymond Dokpesi (N2.1bn)
Iyorchia Ayu’s company (N345m)
BAM Properties (N300m)
Dalhatu Investment Limited (N1.5b)
Ex-PDP National Chairman Mohammed Bello Haliru
and his son, Abba Mohammed (N300m)
Sagir Attahiru, serving and former members of the
House of Representatives (N300m)
Former Chairman of the House of Representatives
on Security and Intelligence, Bello Matawalle
ACACIA Holdings (N600m)
Bashir Yuguda (N1,950,000)



Former Bayelsa State Governor Diepreye Alamieyeseigha has been reported dead.

The Bayelsa State Commissioner for Information, Esueme Dan-Kikili, confirmed to Channels Television that the former governor died of cardiac arrest on Saturday. He reportedly slipped into a coma two days ago and was placed on life support.

There were reports during the week that the British Government was determined to resurrect an outstanding case of money laundering against the former governor and had requested for his extradition to London.

Alamieyeseigha, who was facing money laundering charges, jumped bail and returned to Nigeria and has since then refused to answer summons for trial to continue.

LEAKED: Buhari Has Released The LIST of Ministers, See Many Names


In his bid to fulfill the promise to make his ministers known in September, President Muhammadu Buhari has finally handed over the list of his ministerial nominees to his special adviser on National Assembly Matters, Senator Ita Enang, for onward delivery to the Senate.

A sourced just leaked many of the names on the new list to the Senate. See the names…

Prof. Tam David West

Femi Falana (SAN)

Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazu (rtd)

Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola

Wale Edun

Abubakar Malami (SAN).

Mrs. Ifueko Omoigui-Okaru

Chief Bode Mustapha

Dr Kayode Fayemi

Dr. Abba Ruma

Chief Kanu Agabi

Donald Duke

Babatunde Raji Fashola

Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi

Rotimi Akeredolu

Oby Ezekwesili

Festus Odimegwu

Engineer Funsho Kupolokun

Yinka Folashade Oredola

Bisola Adegbenro

Isaiah Danjuma (son of TY Danjuma)

Dele Momodu

Kehinde Lawanson

Chief Bayo Ojo (SAN)

Pat Utomi

Charles Chukwuma Soludo

– Nigerians are eagerly waiting the official list but we are now sure that the above names are among.

Senators Hold Emergency Meeting Over Saraki/Code Of Conduct Issue, Vow To Deal With Cabal


About 50 Senators cutting across different political
parties in the senate, convened an emergency meeting in
Abuja on September 19th where they discussed the
Code of Conduct Tribunal’s invitation to Senate
President Bukola Saraki over his alleged false
declaration of assets.
Daily Trust reports that the senators at the meeting
exonerated President Buhari of being behind the current
crisis facing the senate President but accused “a cabal”
within the presidency who they say is instigating the
government institutions against Senate President Saraki.
Rising from the meeting which lasted for about 4 hours
with some senators joining the meeting via telephone,
the convener of the meeting, Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah
said they had unanimously resolved to support the anti-
corruption war of President Buhari and also to deal
decisively with the cabal.
“We have resolved to use all available powers under the
constitution to ensure that no cabal exists and run the
government on behalf of Buhari and we have also
resolved to deal decisively with the cabal,” he said.
Also another senator who spoke on the condition of
anonymity after the meeting said
“Our colleagues were angry at the beginning of the
meeting because they were initially suspecting that the
President has hand in the trial of Saraki.
But after heated debate, they understood that Buhari
was not responsible for it. One of our colleagues
present at the meeting suggested that the Senate
should reconvene on Monday in order to address the
His suggestion, however, did not see the light of day as
we resolved to use other channels to address the



This letter is not written in a spirit of untruth or half-truths
commonly published. Nor is it motivated in any way by political or
tribal bias. It is written with respect due your office and the
awesome tasks that have been laid on your shoulders.
We write as a patriotic citizen, as Nigerians who wants Nigeria to
achieve her set dreams and wants a great future for his children and


        A great man once  said ” The youths are the future of a
Nation. In their tender and loving hands, the future of the Nation is
entrusted . In their innocent hearts , the pride of the Nation is
enshrined. On their development, the salvation of the Nation is
Mr. President, the youths are the nation builders, We believe you
understand our frustration and
hardship as we continually struggle for gainful employment. We know
you have faith in our ingenuity, capability and creativity, that is
why you promised during your campaign to empower the youths and to
create jobs for them.
As a result, we will draw your attention to our plights the Nigerian
youths who were recently employed by the Nigerian Immigration Service
after a rigorous recruitment process.
We are currently being threatened with the loss of our jobs following
the recent suspension of Mr. David Parradang, the Comptroller General
of the Nigeria Immigration Service. This has sparked fear among us the
newly recruited officers and currently await your intervention in this
matter because we believe in you.
     We will like to shed light on some salient issues for the sakes
of emphasis. It’s our humble side of the whole story .
 As a result of the failed recruitment of march 15 of last year, that
led to loss of 15 lives, the Federal Government set up a Committee
known as The Presidential Committee to Assist in Immigration
Recruitment which was constituted on 26th March, 2014 by the former
President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR. The membership of that
committee includes;
1. The Chairman Federal Civil Service Commission (Chairman)
2. The Permanent Secretary (General Services) OSGF
3. The Comptroller- General of Immigration
4. The Representative of the Inspector General of Police
5. The representative of the DG Department of State Services
6. The representative of the Corps Marshal FRSC
7. The representative of the Commandant General Civil Defense Corps
8. The representative of the Controller- General Prisons
9. The representative of the Attorney General of the Federation
10. The representative of D G, Federal Character Commission
11. The representative of the Head of Service

The then Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Sen. Anyim
Pius Anyim signed the terms of reference for this Committee, they are
i. To liaise with the Board to confirm the actual number of personnel
to be recruited
ii. To assist the Board by advertising the recruitment with a view to
starting the process afresh
iii. To assist the Board by processing the application, short listing
of potential applicants and conducting necessary interviews for the
purpose of the recruitment exercise
iv. To assist the Board by following all relevant laws, Public Service
Rules and guidelines to determine successful applicants and announce
their appointment into the NIS
v. To ensure that three family members of each deceased applicant from
the aborted exercise, at least one of whom should be a female are
given immediate and automatic appointment
vi. To ensure that all those injured are given immediate and automatic
appointment in the NIS.

After almost a year past, the vacancies were advertised on February 9,
2015, posted on the federal civil service commission’s website and
some other media as below:


Pursuant to its mandate to assist the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration
and Prisons Services Board (CDFIPB) in conducting a fresh Recruitment
Exercise, the Presidential Committee to Assist in the Immigration
Recruitment Exercise, hereby invites application from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment into the following vacant
positions in the Nigeria Immigration Service:
CATERORY A: SUPERINTENDENT CADRE – Assistant Superintendent of
Immigration II (ASI II) – CONPASS 08
CATEGORY B: INSPECTORATE CADRE – Assistant Inspector of Immigration
(IA3) – CONPASS 03
Be a Nigerian citizen by birth or descent;
Not less than 18 years or more than 35 years of age;
Not less than 1.7 metres in height for male and 1.64 metres for female;
Have a fully expanded chest measurement of not less than 0.87 metres;
Be certified by a Government Medical Officer to be physically and
mentally fit for appointment into the Service;
Not suffering from any form of mental or physical disability.
Candidates with any of the following medical cases need not apply:
Sight problem;
Hearing difficulties;
Previous major orthopaedic operation;
Flat foot;
Fracture, stammering or any other natural disability;
Be free from any form of financial embarrassment;
Be of good character and must not have been found guilty of any
criminal offence;
Assistant Superintendent of Immigration II (ASI II) – CONPASS 08
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION Candidates applying for this position must have
obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University preferably
in the following disciplines: Geography, French/other Foreign
Languages, Humanities and other subjects relevant to Migration
Assistant Inspector of Immigration (AII) – CONPASS 06
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION Candidates applying for this position must
possess any of the following:
National Diploma (ND) obtained from a recognized institution.
National Certificate of Education (NCE) from a recognized institution; or
General Certificate of Education (Advance Level) in two (2) subjects
obtained at one sitting or three (3) subjects obtained at two
Immigration Assistant III (IA3) – CONPASS 03
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION Candidates applying for this position must
possess any of the following:
West African School Certificate (WASC) or Senior Secondary School
Certificate (SSSC) with Credits in not less than three (3) subjects
including English and at least passes in two (2) other subjects; or
National Examination Council (NECO)/General Certificate of Education
(GCE) Ordinary Level with passes in four (4) subjects obtained at one
sitting or five (5) subjects obtained at two sittings including
English Language.
Qualified Applicants can complete the application online (PCs,
Laptops, Tablets and Smart-Phones)via FCSC Recruitment Portal:
The web portal will be open to accept applications from Monday,
February 9th, 2015 through Sunday, March 22nd, 2015.
In accordance with the Terms of Reference of the Committee, this
recruitment exercise does not recognise any and all prior submitted
applications. To be considered for appointment, candidates must submit
fresh applications using the above referenced web portal.
Honourable Chairman
Presidential Committee to Assist in Immigration Recruitment
Secretary to Presidential Committee to
Assist in Immigration Recruitment
For: Honourable Chairman

Note the application is free and must be done online
Method of Application
Click the link below to Apply

  Youths all over the country applied, those who met the stated
requirements were shortlisted for a Computer-Based Aptitude Test. The
test was conducted by Dragnet, a firm that specializes in handling
recruitment tests for reputable companies in Nigeria like Chevron,
Oando and others. The test was conducted between 20th and 24th of
April, in four different locations across the country :Lagos, Abuja,
ABU-Zaria and UNEC-Enugu.
    The candidates who passed the Computer-Based Aptitude Test were
then asked to report to the Service Commands in their various states
of origin for physical examination, document verification and oral
interview. this also happened between the 5th and 7th of may,2015.
The successful candidates were selected based on their total scores,
from the Computer-Based Aptitude Test, physical examination, document
verification and oral interview within their state of origin, in a way
that satisfied provision of Federal Character. We were then asked to
report to the various training schools for preliminary documentation
and collection of appointment letters on the 25th of May 2015. The
Level 3 cadres (Immigration Assistants) reported to Ahoada in Rivers
State, the Level 6 cadres (Assistant Inspectors) reported to Orlu in
Imo State, while the level 8 cadres ( Assistant Superintendents)
reported to Kano. The level 3 candidates (900 in number) and the level
6 (700 in number) were issued appointment letters while the level 8
candidates (400 in number) were given posting letters to their various
Service Commands, signed by the Comptroller of Immigration Service
(APU), Mr. Oyedeji TV, on behalf of the CGI. It reads: “I am directed
to inform you that the above named newly recruited personnel has been
posted to your command for attachment and induction with immediate
effect, pending when they will be sent for training.
2.The letter of appointment will be sent in due course.
3.Please acknowledge receipt and date which the newly recruited staff
reported to duty.”

 The Assistant Superintendents were not given appointment letter
because the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prison Board (CDFIPB)
who are in charge of issues relating to appointment and promotion of
officers in the superintendent cadre, refused to issue their
appointment letters. All the 2000 candidates were documented and given
Service Numbers.
 It is therefore surprising that the reports we read in the National
Dailies excludes the 400 recruited Assistant Superintendent Officers.
They reported 1600 instead of 2000 officers that were recruited into
the service
    Mr. President, we want to confidently tell you that the
recruitment process was free, fair, open and credible and that the
successful candidates are the ones chosen on merit. we are therefore
not surprised that perhaps some who could not field their candidates
through the back door are aggrieved and wants the recruitment
cancelled .
    Besides, the 2000 recruited officers have undergone three months
induction training in their various state commands. They have learnt
some nitty-gritty of the job; they were taught among other things, how
to strip and assemble fire-arms, the principles of marksmanship,
weapon handling and combat mindset. They have been equipped and
prepared for the job and are ready for service to their fatherland.
They were only waiting to be called to their various training schools
before they were dispersed and secretly sent home to avoid public
Your Excellency sir, we cannot forget that phenomenal day, when we all
watched with enthusiasm our new president speak to us; where you said
among other notable things: “Unemployment, notably youth un-employment
features strongly in our Party’s Manifesto” which is to create at
least 1million new jobs every year, for the foreseeable future. We are
neither APC nor PDP members, we are Nigerian youths and upon this
ground we plead you to confirm the appointment of these 2000 recruits,
as it would reduce the number of the unemployed.
We trust your judgments as we hope to receive it in our favor.

Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria

2015 Recruits of the Nigeria Immigration Service