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Desperate Politicians Violate Abuja Peace Accord – Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan says some desperate politicians have violated the Abuja peace accord by hiring and brainwashing young people to perpetrate violence in the country. Jonathan recalled his experience in Katsina State when his convoy was stoned by some hoodlums on his reelection campaign to the state, and lamented that most of the hoodlums are

Senate Stands Down Obanikoro Once Again

For the second time in one week, the Senate on Wednesday refused to deliberate on the ministerial nomination of Musiliu Obanikoro, former minister of State of Defence. The Senate cleared four ministerial nominees and shifted debates on another three, including Obanikoro to next week. The deferment was the second in one week for Obanikoro who

March 28 Election, Most Important In Africa – US

Sean Mclntosh, Press Attache of the United States Embassy in Abuja has described the upcoming March 28 Presidential election in Nigeria as the most important on the African continent. McIntosh who stated this during a familiarisation visit to the Lagos corporate headquarters of TELL Communications Limited, publishers of TELL and BroadStreet Journal, BSJ, said the

Mu’azu Blames Fuel Scarcity on APC

Adamu Muazu, National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Monday, blamed the current fuel scarcity in the country on the opposition, All Progressives Congress, APC. Reacting to the fuel scarcity in a tweeter message on Monday, Mu’azu said, “Concerned Nigerians have drawn our attention to the fact that some opposition leaders and vested

INEC Records 63 Per Cent PVC Collection in Ogun

Timothy Ibitoye, Ogun State resident electoral commissioner for the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Monday, March 2, corrected conflicting figures as far as Personal Voters Card, PVC, is concerned in Ogun State. Ibitoye said the actual number of registered voters are 1, 795, 794, while the PVC received so far from the National Headquarters

PDP Queries Jega’s Relationship with APC

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has expressed concern over what it described as sudden affection between  the All Progressives Congress, APC and Attahiru Jega, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC in recent time. The APC’s huge interest in Jega’s stay in office ahead of the March 28 and April 11 general elections was

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