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Category Archives: Politics
President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday said he is “humbled and overwhelmed” by the decision of his party, the Peoples Democratic Party to endorse him as their sole candidate for the 2015 election.
In a signal that indicated his interest to contest in 2015, Jonathan said he will not disappoint the party that trusted him well to offer the mandate, and promised to raise his performance if “re-elected”.
The politics of 2015 have commenced and the picture of what to expect is already getting clear.
Nigeria’s ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo and the Speaker of the House of Reps were conspicuously absent from a meeting where the NEC of the Peoples Democratic Party endorsed President Goodluck Jonathan as the party’s sole candidate for the 2015 presidential election.
The Council of Babalawos in Northern Nigeria has urged security agencies in the country to investigate a former governor of Borno State, Ali Modu Sheriff and Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika within 40 days otherwise it would be forced to sue the men for allegedly financing terrorism.
In a statement made available to our correspondent and signed by its chairman, Mr. Fabunmi Aiyesoro and vice chairman, Mr. Ogunwale Ogunshola, the Council regretted that 48 of its members had died in the hand of the Boko Haram since 2011.
The Igbos are the most favoured in President Goodluck Jonathan’s government and in most cases to the obvious detriment of other tribes and regions. Anyway, Mr President is taking it as an achievement.
President Jonathan has applauded the attention his administration is giving the Igbo, whom he said, are well represented in his government and are being appointed to positions they didn’t get in the past.
When some people told Nuhu Ribadu that he is not yet a political heavy-weight, he did not agree. Now the saga is getting clearer and interesting. Eight of the 14 aspirants jostling for Adamawa Governorship ticket under the PDP stepped down from the race in the early hours of Friday.
After about four hours meeting with the aspirants that started by 9.06 p.m on Thursday and ended around 1.00 a.m on Friday at the Banquet Hall of the State House, Senate President, David Mark along with other officials of the party were able to reach a compromise with the aspirants and pruned down the number of those contesting to six.
The six aspirants still in the race for the party’s ticket on Saturday are:
Ahmed Gulak, Buba Marwa, Ahmed Modibbo, Umar Ardo, Jerry Kumdisi and Ag Gov Umaru Fintiri.
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.