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The opposition Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) caucus in the House of Representatives, has called on the party to lift the suspended

The PDP had last week, suspended the minority leader of the House, Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, the deputy minority leader, Hon. Toby Okechukwu, the Minority Whip, Hon. Gideon Gwani, the Deputy Minority Whip, Hon. Adeogun Adekoya and others, over minority leadership crisis in the House.

Briefing newsmen in National Assembly on Monday, the PDP caucus, joined by the caucuses of other minority parties in the House, said the suspended party members had not committed any offence, as they were only nominated by the “majority of the minority members of the opposition in the House”.

The Caucus reiterated that the emergence of minority leadership of the House was in tandem with “the House Rules, particularly Order 7, rule 8, which states that ‘members of the minority parties in the House shall nominate from among them, the Minority Leader, Minority Whip, Deputy Minority Leader and Deputy Minority Whip’”.

Hon. Legor Idagbo (Cross River), who spoke on behalf of the caucus, appealed to the chairman and National Working Committee (NWC) of the PDP to rescind the suspension of Hon. Ndudi Elumelu and five other Honourable members, noting that, if indeed an offence was committed, “the perpetrators would be all 111 of us not the 6 members as were suspended by our great party”.

The caucus commended the Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, for the excellent way he has piloted the affairs of the party.

“With the greatest respect and a huge sense of loyalty to our great party, we commend our national Chairman for the great job of piloting the affairs of our party that has seen the fortune of our party increased in the last few years.

“We also reiterate our resolve to work closely with our national chairman and our party in ensuring that our party returns to power in 2023”, the lawmakers said.

The caucus maintained that it remained resolute in asserting the tradition of the National Assembly in maintaining its status as an independent arm of the government that has since 1999, when democratic rule returned to Nigeria, always determined its own leadership without the meddling of external factors.

“We would like to also state that the parliament since 1999 till date, has remained an independent body that has not been coerced into accepting any leadership imposed on it by external influence not in line with the wishes of the majority of its members”, the caucus added.

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11 Women Body Language You Don’t Known And Meaning



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11 Women Body Language You Don’t Known And Meaning

1. Pacifying gestures: while talking to a woman and she is showing some gestures like playing with her hair, jewelries or touching her neck often, this can mean she is stressed or nervous. Some people think it is because she is attracted to them but this assertion is wrong, most women do this because she is distressed, nervous or not comfortable talking with you and you may need to end the conversation to make her feel at ease again.

2. Smiling: a woman smile can be difficult to understand, when a woman is smiling or she keeps a smiling face doesn’t mean she is friendly or happy with what you are saying, a woman smile when she is nervous. Most women smile in an inappropriate time which makes it difficult to understand them. You may need to pay attention to other body languages before you can understand a woman’s smile.

3. Nodding: women nods often, when a woman nods, it doesn’t actually mean she agrees with you, her nod may be to encourage you to speak on, or showing that she’s listening to you. Most men misunderstand a woman’s nod, it doesn’t necessarily mean she agrees with you.

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4. Leaning forward: most women lean forward when they are involved in an intense conversation, they carry their back away from the chair and lean forward when they are really interested in the conversation or they are really into the conversation.

5. Hand gestures: it is common for women to talk with their hands, this happen when they get emotionally invested in a conversation. When a woman express a lot with her hand, it can simply mean she is emotional about the topic of discussion especially when she raise her hands above her shoulder, she is not in control of the situation but if she’s above the situation, she will raise her hand moderately.

6. Handshake: how a woman shakes your hand tells a lot about her, a weak hand shake shows the woman is submissive, shy, intimidated or nervous. While a strong handshake by a woman means she is confident and in position of control or authority.

7. Eye rolling: most women roll their eyes often, this can be a sign of impatience or frustration. When you are talking to a woman and she keeps rolling her eyes without necessarily saying a word, she is stylishly telling you to end the conversation.

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8. Arms Crossing: while talking to a woman and she is folding her arms, or she folded her arms in the midst of the conversation or argument it means, she is feeling defensive or its a situation where she feels threatened, crossing her arms may also means disagreement, not feeling remorseful, bored or tired of the conversation.

9. Tapping with her fingers: when you are talking with a woman and she is tapping the table or any object close to her or she is drumming with her fingers, she may be simply telling you that she is tired of the situation, bored, impatience, or frustrated by the conversation. Also, if the conversation is one sided and she doesn’t want you to continue speaking she can show that attitude.

10. Hand on waist: when a woman is placing her Hans on her waist during a conversation or an argument, she is feeling aggressive, angry or in control of the situation. It may also mean, she is not remorseful and not ready to apologize.

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11. eye blinking: so many people believe when you are talking to a woman and she keeps blinking her eye, it means she is attracted to them, this is actually wrong, when a woman keeps blinking her eye during a conversation it means she is nervous, uncomfortable, anxious or threatened.

12. Lip gestures: women are used to biting their lower lips when they are stressed, worried or anxious. Most men thinks she is attracted to them or desires them. If a woman is attracted to you, she will bite her lips but accompany it with some intense eye contact. Otherwise, she is nervous or stressed.

Women are so difficult to understand but it takes the ones who understand them to enjoy their company, when you understand the woman body gestures, you will be able to relate with them better. 

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Movement restriction: Court sentences six to two days of community service






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A Mobile Court sitting in Benin City has sentenced six offenders who violated the Edo State Government’s restriction order on movement to check the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state.
The Edo State Judiciary constituted the Mobile Courts across the state to try violators of the Edo State Dangerous Infectious Diseases (Emergency Prevention) Regulations 2020, invoked by Governor Godwin Obaseki, to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the state.
The six violators, who were arrested at Oba Market Area and Aduwawa axis of Benin City were charged with the offence of violating government restriction of movement from 8pm-6am.
The accused persons, including Oyewole Damilola, Julius Aigbe, Suleiman Useni, Daniel Idowe, Bright Omoroduwa and Etim Saviour, all pleaded guilty to the offence. They also pleaded to the court for mercy.
They were sentenced to two days community service of three hours each with an option of a fine of N3,000 each.
Another accused person, who appeared before the Mobile Court with a fracture on his left leg, Sunday Oke, was discharged and freed on compassionate grounds, as he was said to have been arrested when he was out to purchase drugs.
Magistrate Okunrobo F. E, who presided over the Court sitting, convicted the offenders for outright violation of section (16) (3) (a) Edo State Dangerous Infectious Disease (Emergency Prevention) Regulations 2020. They were thereby convicted for an offence punishable under Section 5 of the Quarantine Act, Q2 Law of the Federal Government of Nigeria 2004.

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