Buhari cannot be a clean man surrounded by rogues- Bakare

Serving Overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, has said President Muhammadu Buhari cannot be a clean man surrounded by rogues; after some Nigerians alleged that some of those around him are dipping their hands in the national treasury. Baker also said Buhari did not appoint ministers for six months because there was no money to pay them. In an interview aired by Heritage Media, in Calgary, Canada, on Tuesday, monitored by TheCable, the cleric criticised Buhari’s appointment of those he described as square pegs in round holes. “In Nigeria,…

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2019: Hold Buhari and INEC responsible should anything happen to our democracy – Ohanaeze

President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, Chief Nnia Nwodo has told Nigerians to hold the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and the Federal Government responsible should anything happen to the nation’s democracy. This is as Nwodo called on Mrs. Amina Zakari, a national commissioner in INEC to resign from the commission because of her blood relation to President Muhammadu Buhari. Reacting to INEC’s appointment of Mrs. Zakari as head of Election Collation Committee, Thursday, Nwodo said it was bad enough that Mrs. Zakari was allowed to continue to serve in…

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OKEY EZEH: THE RISE OF CREDIBILITY IN IMO POLITICAL DISCOURSE

By Mike Okenwa A veritable area of strength for Okey Ezeh is his renowned credibility. This has been attested to by his former colleagues both at the Federal Government College Okigwe and the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, as well as those who in one way or the other came in contact with him as he rose to top managerial cadre in Citibank. Again, majority of the stakeholders who have identified with his governorship project, and even doling out funds to see to its realization are from Orlu Zone, which indicates…

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‘My two graduate children don’t own a car,’ Peter Obi says

  Peter Obi, vice-presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), says two of his children who are graduates and are already working do not own cars yet because they cannot afford one. Speaking in Agulu in Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State during a lecture organised in his honour by Agulu Peoples Assembly on Thursday, Obi said his children still board buses and tricycles for public transport. He explained that even though “some people don’t like it”, this will not change as his children must make the money…

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