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Category Archives: Politics
The Pyrates Confraternity, which later metamorphosed into cultism in universities was founded by seven prominent Nigerians back in their days as undergraduate students at the University of Ibadan in 1953.
It was the brain child of Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, who got 6 of his friends – Nat Oyelola, Sylvanus Egbuche, Pius Olehi, AIG Imokhuede, Ralph Okwara and Prof. Bolanle Awe, involved. Prof. Awe, who is now a pastor at Fullness of Christ Evangelical Ministry (FOCEM) in Ibadan explains how it all started…
National President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, celebrated his birthday on Monday by giving out cheques of N50,000 each to about 30 disabled people from different parts of Delta State.
In a recent interview with Eniola Akinkuotu, a former Commissioner for Physical Planning, Mr. Hakeem Gbajabiamila, who recently joined the Lagos-Central senatorial race, speaks about his time in government
There have always been reports that they don’t see eye to eye..But today,President Goodluck Jonathan & former President Olusegun Obasanjo arrived at the Council Chambers for Council of State meeting..
The presidential media adviser , Reuben Abati shared the photo on instagram..
Nigerian Government Reaches Ceasefire Agreement with Boko Haram.
According to a breaking news report on Channels TV, the Nigerian government has reached a ceasefire agreement with Boko Hraram following today’s meeting between government officials led by President Jonathan’s principal private secretary, Amb. Tukur, Chadian government and reps of the sect group led by Danaldi Ahmadu.
Abuja – Obanikoro, Wike, Maku, others Resign from Jonathan’s Cabinet.
The political battle for choice office in 2015 has begun. Seven ministers in President Goodluck Jonathan’s cabinet have resigned their positions to enable them pursue their governorship ambition.
Nigeria’s Former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has said he had no grouse against anybody in his party, the PDP, but that he will not accept a “wanted drug baron” as leader in the south west, as is currently the case.
In a statement released on Sunday, Obasanjo said the issue bordered on principle and morality.
President Jonathan 2014 Nigeria Independence Day Speech.
Today marks the 54th anniversary of our country’s independence as a sovereign nation. This is also the tenth month of our journey into a new century, having marked the centenary of our nation in January this year.
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.