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Category Archives: Politics
After some weeks of horse-trading, members of the Enugu State House of Assembly on Tuesday impeached the deputy governor of the state, Sunday Onyebuchi.
His impeachment followed his indictment by a seven-man panel of enquiry, which investigated allegations levelled against him by Governor Sullivan Chime.
Former presidential candidate of defunct Action Congress of Nigeria, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, has explained why he abandoned his presidential ambition to contest the governorship primary of Peoples Democratic Party for the Adamawa State governorship poll.
Ribadu, who spoke with journalists after he submitted his nomination form at the national headquarters of the PDP in Abuja on Monday, said that his desire to serve at any level propelled him to drop his initial ambition.
Ribadu, who was a former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, said, “Everything in my life has been about public service. I’m prepared to serve in any capacity.
“If you ask me to come and be a sweeper of any street in any part of the country, I’m ready to do that. I don’t even have power of my own in any part.”
BENIN CITY— THERE are indications that the former Foreign Affairs Minister, Chief Tom Ikimi, may soon dump the All Progressives Congress, APC, for the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as the APC leader was said to have shunned the caucus meeting of the party which took place in Abuja last week.
Vanguard gathered that Ikimi was invited for the caucus meeting as well as that of the national leadership of the party with a view to make him remain in the party.
ABUJA – Information reaching us says AHEAD of the 2015 general elections in the country, over 1000 Bishops and Pastors from the Pentecostal fold on Sunday stormed the Ecumenical Center Abuja to reconcile President Goodluck Jonathan and former President Olusegun Obasajo.
THE Clerics who came from different parts of the country arrived late on Saturday while some of them from Imo State arrived early hours of Sunday and slept at the park as there were no officials of the organizers of the program.
But it was gathered that because of the absence of President Goodluck Jonathan who was away to Germany on a national official duty and that of the former President Obasanjo who was said to have been represented by his pastor the reconciliation prayer meeting could not precede.
Tough-talking Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark, has said that President Goodluck Jonathan will contest the 2015 presidential election and that nobody can stop him.
He said there is no way another four years of Jonathan Presidency would bring an end to the country, claiming that all those who had ruled the country before spent two terms.
Nuhu Ribadu and The Rest of Us by Dele Momodu
Fellow Nigerians, it has been a week of serious fireworks and heavy bombardment against one of our own on social media.
The brouhaha erupted over what should have been a simple migration of Nuhu Ribadu from his erstwhile political Party, APC, to PDP, a Party most of his fans turned attackers consider to represent a complete opposite of the politics that Ribadu professes as well as a total abandonment of his avowed principles.
Jolted by the acrimony trailing his entrance into the PDP, the Presidency may have withdrawn its support for the former EFCC chairman, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu.
Saturday Sun checks revealed that Presidency was worried by the gang up by certain governorship aspirants for the Adamawa governorship ticket on PDP platform against Mallam Ribadu and intelligence reports that former Vice-president, Atiku Abubakar was waiting in the wings to exploit the acrimony in the ruling party to the advantage of the main opposition party, the APC.
In Nigeria, public office often usually ‘lie’ about their health status. Contrary to the official claims that President Goodluck Jonathan travelled to Germany on a private visit, Leaders has disclosed that the president actually took ill and had to leave the country for Germany to seek medical care.
Efforts to get a confirmation from the Presidency failed up until the time of going to press, as several calls to his spokesman, Dr Reuben Abati, did not go through and he didn’t respond to an email enquiry either.
Information reaching us at Naijabizcom has it that Ondo state governor, Olusegun Mimiko is the latest politician to decamp from his party to the ruling party.
The PDP is Ondo state today August 22nd confirmed that the governor has now joined their party, decamping from the Labour Party.
On May 7, 2015, a Nigerian, Chuka Umunna, could make history by becoming first black Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Born in London in 1978, Chuka was bred in the UK. His late father, Bennett, hailed from Anambra State while his Irish mother, Patricia, is a solicitor.
Co-incidentally, Chuka shares startling similarities with the United States President, Barack Obama, who is the first black President of the world’s most powerful nation.