Speaker Of Osun House Of Assembly, Najeem Spotted Throwing Gala & Lipton Tea To His Constituents

Published 1 year ago by: success Xenab
at 08:17 PM, 21/12/2017 (1 year ago)

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Speaker of the Osun state house of Assembly, Najeem Salam brought the dividend of democracy to his constituents in Ejigbo as he took to the streets to share Gala and Lipton tea.

This is in apparent shown of appreciation to the people for their unflinching support and to celebrate the yuletide season.

The speaker who is also a governorship hopeful used the opportunity to also announce his arrival from the United States of America where he spent his annual leave.

The absence of Najeem Salam from the assembly during his vacation however saw the house become suddenly vibrant as they took steps in making some far reaching decisions. First was the invocation of warrant of arrest on a former commissioner for lands in the state and son of late Bola Ige, Muyiwa Ige and ordering of governor Rauf Aregbesola to revoke the license of a construction company. These moves were seen as an affront to the authority of the governor who literally had the assembly in his pocket due to the allgee submissiveness of speaker Najeem Salam to the whims and caprices of the governor.

With this latest show from Right honourable Najeem Salam, people are of the view that he may be kick starting his governorship ambition through the distribution of Gala and Lipton tea.



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kacylee at 08:35 PM, 21/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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these politicians no longer have respect for the masses they starve the populace of the necessities, then bring it back as a priviledge, so annoying

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SOGaiya at 08:55 PM, 21/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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When ur rite is abuse then u hve nothing left u oly accept amnesty
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Haso112 at 09:54 PM, 21/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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WHAT A PITY..... SERIOUS PITY.......
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ficull at 04:34 AM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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Sadly, people will be cheering him for this. What a pity.
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teral at 05:30 AM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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THE MAN NO  WELL  AT ALL  HE IS A FOOLISH FOOL
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teral at 05:31 AM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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THE MAN NO  WELL  AT ALL  HE IS A FOOLISH FOOL
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favourita at 05:59 AM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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Na suffer head go kill u useless man Tongue Tongue Idiot fellow Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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Erekosima at 10:08 AM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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how does the two go? gala and lipton tea...
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Ashyjay at 01:05 PM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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FOR THE RECORD

Our attention at the media office of the Osun State House of Assembly Speaker, Rt. Hon. Najeem Salaam (CGI) has been drawn to a picture taken by our Principal during the 2014 governorships electioneering campaign in Ejigbo state constituency, State of Osun, where he stood on his utility car in acknowledging the crowd that was cheering his presence.

Of course, the picture is real not photoshopped, but the narrative that accompanied it was misplaced, mischievous and in bad faith, because an Ejigbo indigene who loves Speaker Salaam and wanted to show it brought some packs of Lipton tea and Indomie noddles to him while his motorcade was passing through Ejigbo central enroute Oja Oba, the campaign venue.
Of course, Speaker Salaam accepted the good gesture and thanked his loyalist who donated his widow’s mite.
To our surprise, some faceless elements quickly brought the picture to the public with a view to slandering Rt. Hon. Najeem Salaam, because to the mischievous traducers, only a negative narrative could stop his governorship ambition. The bad news to the spin doctors of the narrative is that their antics is exposed and the intention is aborted before delivery.
Ordinarily, we ought to ignore the wicked intention of the narrator who is craving for relevance, but the record must be set straight for our supporters and sympathizers and no negative narrative about our Principal would derail his ambition as long as it does not stand in logic and facts.
This is to lay before the public that Speaker Salaam has put in his best to stabilize the state through stable House of Assembly in the last seven years; a synergy that has engendered unequaled development and conducive environment for business and peaceful coexistence.
In a nutshell, we emphatically stress that at no time was Rt. Hon. Najeem Folasayo Salaam throwing Lipton tea or Indomie noddles at people disrespectfully, because he loves his people and he respects them as his benefactors in politics.

Signed:
Goke Butika
Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker
State of Osun House of Assembly.
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Ashyjay at 01:09 PM, 22/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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FOR THE RECORD

Our attention at the media office of the Osun State House of Assembly Speaker, Rt. Hon. Najeem Salaam (CGI) has been drawn to a picture taken by our Principal during the 2014 governorships electioneering campaign in Ejigbo state constituency, State of Osun, where he stood on his utility car in acknowledging the crowd that was cheering his presence.

Of course, the picture is real not photoshopped, but the narrative that accompanied it was misplaced, mischievous and in bad faith, because an Ejigbo indigene who loves Speaker Salaam and wanted to show it brought some packs of Lipton tea and Indomie noddles to him while his motorcade was passing through Ejigbo central enroute Oja Oba, the campaign venue.
Of course, Speaker Salaam accepted the good gesture and thanked his loyalist who donated his widow’s mite.
To our surprise, some faceless elements quickly brought the picture to the public with a view to slandering Rt. Hon. Najeem Salaam, because to the mischievous traducers, only a negative narrative could stop his governorship ambition. The bad news to the spin doctors of the narrative is that their antics is exposed and the intention is aborted before delivery.
Ordinarily, we ought to ignore the wicked intention of the narrator who is craving for relevance, but the record must be set straight for our supporters and sympathizers and no negative narrative about our Principal would derail his ambition as long as it does not stand in logic and facts.
This is to lay before the public that Speaker Salaam has put in his best to stabilize the state through stable House of Assembly in the last seven years; a synergy that has engendered unequaled development and conducive environment for business and peaceful coexistence.
In a nutshell, we emphatically stress that at no time was Rt. Hon. Najeem Folasayo Salaam throwing Lipton tea or Indomie noddles at people disrespectfully, because he loves his people and he respects them as his benefactors in politics.

Signed:
Goke Butika
Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker
State of Osun House of Assembly.
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BournIdentity at 07:44 AM, 26/12/2017 (1 year ago)
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