The national convention of the Peoples Democratic Party in Abuja took centre stage on social media over the weekend, following comments by various party stakeholders.
Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar said Nigeria was passing through the most difficult period of its existence and that, in his lifetime of over 70 years, he has never seen the country in such bad shape.
In a related development, former Minister of Aviation Osita Chidoka, pointed out the absence of south eastern presidential aspirants at the PDP convention, amid the clamour for an Igbo president, while aspirants from other regions had their campaign posters displayed at the venue.
Meanwhile on Sunday, news that wife of the late spokesperson of Afenifere, Yinka Odumakin, delivered a set of twins in the United States made waves on social media. The family announced that the set of twins, a boy and a girl and mother Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin are in excellent health condition. The birth is coming 18 years after the last child of the family and just a few months after the death of Yinka Odumakin.
Im our final story, Cross River State Governor Professor Ben Ayade’s Budget christened “Conjugated Agglutination” which was presented to the state’s House of Assembly on Friday garnered mixed reactions on social media over the weekend.
The Governor while explaining the title of the budget, says it is a cascade of so many projects, back to back, to ensure their completion.