Olagunsoye Oyinlola resigns Buhari's Government



Former Gov, Osun State,  Olagunsoye Oyinlola and The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mohammed Buhari

The Ex-Osun State Governor, Olagunsoye Oyinlola will today leave as the Chairman of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) as all appears to be set for the divulging today of former President Olusegun Obasanjo's Coalition for Nigeria Movement (CN).


Oyinlola is a very close pal of Olusegun Obasanjo and has been designated as the national facilitator of the third force championing by the EX President. He was selected by President Muhammadu Buhari few months back to lead as the Chairman of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC).

Obasanjo broke the news of the coalition in a long "extraordinary proclamation" in which he lashed the President Muhammau Buhari administration.

According to the  Nations news, it was gathered that of the 36 governors, 10 and a few  Senate members are said to have shown interest in being a part of the CN movement.

Seven governors are accepted to be of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and three Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) individuals.

Other people who are said to be a piece of the development of CN are a previous National Security Adviser, some ex-governors, for example, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, previous Cross River State Governor Donald Duke and previous Jigawa State Governor Sule Lamido and resigned Generals, among others.

The dispatch of CN Movement will hold toward the beginning of today at the Shehu Musa Yar'Adua Center.

Sir Olagunsoye Oyinlola is said to be the facilitator.

Oyinlola's Asokoro Quarters, Abuja home was a bee sanctuary of exercises yesterday, with government officials running the place.

We gathered from source that Oyinlola is set to leave his position as the administrator of the National Identity Management Commission(NIMC) to empower him take up the part of organizing the coalition.

In spite of the fact that the program for the dispatch was at that point in general society space yesterday, the rundown of participants was kept under wraps.

The program, be that as it may, expressed the mission of the CN as takes after:

"The Coalition for Nigeria Movement is a development that tries to advance and guarantee financial improvement, change, development, social equity, libertarianism, attachment, collaboration, value, correspondence of chance, straightforwardness, societal request, manage of law, human security and human rights prompting National Unity, great administration and general prosperity and the welfare of all subjects and tenants of Nigeria."

A source, who talked in certainty with our reporter, stated: "As should be obvious, we are set for the formal dispatch of the CN Movement on Wednesday in Abuja.

"Our participation is available to every single Nigerian subject of 18 years or more. It is a typical stage to protect this country from its difficulties.

"Not long after the dispatch, we will have break officers and we will promptly begin meeting with individuals and gatherings of like personalities across the country in transit forward for this nation. We will cross the length and expansiveness of this nation to 'change the' current change."

Reacting to an inquiry, the source included: "Up until this point, we have around 10 governors on our side, a previous National Security Adviser, some ex-governors(military and regular citizen), resigned Generals, ex-priests, Senators, individuals from the House of Representatives, and some thoughtful society associations.

"Others as of now working together with the CN incorporate a previous National Security Adviser, some ex-governors like Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, Donald Duke and Sule Lamido, a previous Minister of Information, Prof. Jerry Gana and other like personalities. We will discharge the rundown in the totality of time."

Inquired as to whether Obasanjo will go to the service, the source answered: "I can't be straight out if ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo will go to the initiation yet we are confident that he may have the capacity to complete his task at the AU Secretariat to go along with us."

The source additionally stated: "Ex-Governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola will arrange. Things being what they are, he may leave his appointment as the administrative head of NIMC on Wednesday to confront the new undertaking ahead."
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