2019: A Clarion Call For Change In Government

With less than two months to go, Nigerians are still pondering on which presidential candidate to vote for in the general elections of 2019. It will be definitely fun to watch the winner of the election. In the build up of 2015 presidential election, many Nigerians were meant to believe that corruption increased by unimaginable proportions, leading to hardship, hunger, frustration and withdrawal. In fact, one of the strongest points the opposition had against the government of President Goodluck Jonathan was his seeming inability to curb insurgency. Criticisms were rife.…

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Babangida authorised anti-Buhari statement-Spokesman

Babangida authorised anti-Buhari statement-Spokesman

Babangida authorised anti-Buhari statement-Spokesman By Newsdesk  with agency report Former military president Ibrahim Babangida authorised the  statement issued by his spokesman urging President Muhammadu Buhari not to stand for election in 2019. Babangida’s spokesman, Prince Kazeem Afegbua said this in a television interview on Sunday, on the tail of a denial by Babangida and his issuance of another watered down statement. Afegbua told  Channel Television that the second statement personally signed by Babangida denying the first one was done by some of Babangida’s friends who did not want him to…

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INEC registers 74m voters for 2019 elections

Committee on underage voting submits report to INEC chairman

INEC registers 74m voters for 2019 elections By Bimbo Ogunnaike The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, has disclosed that the commission has 74 million voters in its register by the second week of January. The INEC Director of Voter Education and Publicity, Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi , made the disclosure through a statement released on Friday and made available to newsmen. Osaze-Uzzi quoted Yakubu as making the fact known at the 15th edition of the Daily Trust Dialogue, where he was represented by INEC National Commissioner…

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