Tension Is Growing As The Military Plans To Oust Akpabio

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Major politicians opposed to the Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, plan to oust him when Parliament resumes later this month. What we heard is that the law enforcement officers are upset that the former Governor of Akwa Ibom State is working as a dog for President Tinubu rather than serving the interests of the parliamentarians and Nigerians.

They alleged that Akpabio’s closeness to the President has made him pay full attention to his colleagues and work hard to meet the expectations of Nigerians despite the challenges in the country.

Reliable sources confirmed that some angry senators, including two former North West governors, want to use Akpabio’s recent assertion that “we have sent prayers to their mailboxes for the party to punish him.

A top source in the National Assembly, familiar with the plot, said that the anti-Akpabio group has held several meetings in Saudi Arabia and Ilorin to make complete plans to establish it on the Senate committee.

A top NASS source said, “Among the “sins” of Senator Akpabio, is his alleged “very sensitive relationship with President Bola Tinubu.

“I can confidently tell you that there are four senators who are leading the plot and two of the legislators are former governors from the western region of the country.

“In fact, they have implicated one of their colleagues who is the chairman of the upper house committee in the bad move.

“To establish their game plan, they met in Saudi Arabia recently, and also in Ilorin, the capital of Kwara State, with the same plan to remove the Senate President”, the source said. Another source noted: “There are plans to set up a hybrid party, before the 2027 elections.

“The plan is to attract members of an as-yet-unnamed political platform from the All Progressive Congress (APC), and opposition parties, especially the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

“They have the intention of repeating the ‘tsunami’ that hit the then-ruling PDP in 2014, where many powerful people in the party moved to create what is now the SPC.

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