As the House of Representatives considers the electoral amendment bill, Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila has reminded his colleagues that they have a responsibility to do whatever they believe is in Nigeria’s best interests.
On Thursday, July 15, Gbajabiamila spoke to legislators during a tense plenary on the electronic transmission of poll results, warning that whatever choice is made must not be based on self-interest.
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He insisted that a decision on the difficult issue should be taken only after all democratic possibilities have been considered, and he cautioned members against screaming each other down, saying that no one can impose their opinion on another.
The speaker said;
“The reason why I think we should get it right is that this is a moment in history and we should do whatever in our conscience that we believe is in the best interest of Nigeria.”
Coming to Oba, a town in Anambra State, Obi Cubana, a well-known Nigerian businessman continues to receive more cows from his friends as part of the preparation towards his mother’s funeral this weekend.
Reports gathered suggested Obi Cubana has received 246 cows from his friends in preparation for his mother’s funeral so far.
Mrs Ezinne Uche Iyiegbu, Obi’s mother, died in December 2020 at the age of 78, and Obi is set to give her a proper burial this weekend in Oba, Anambra state.
Friends of the popular Cabana Group chairman and owner have sent in gifts to encourage Obi, who has received a total of 246 cows thus far.