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Jonathan has performed creditably –Ndoma-Egba

Jonathan has performed creditably –Ndoma-Egba

In this interview with Sunday Editor, HABIB ARUNA, Senate Leader Victor Ndoma-Egba, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), justifies why President Goodluck Jonathan was adopted by the Peoples Democratic Party…

It’s not easy as an opposition senator in Nigeria – Ngige

It’s not easy as an opposition senator in Nigeria – Ngige

The name Dr CHRIS NWABUEZE NGIGE sure rings a bell any day, as the man who accentuated the evil of political god-fatherism in Nigerian politics. In this interview with our…

Awolowo came before his time – Clement Edo-Osagie

Awolowo came before his time – Clement Edo-Osagie

Chief Clement Ben Edo-Osagie is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo State. In this exclusive interview with Special Correspondent, ISAAC OLAMIKAN, he speaks on a wide…

Boko Haram: A truce gone awry

Boko Haram: A truce gone awry

By Ekene Okoro Snr. Correspondent, Lagos Nigeria’s Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh could have sworn to high heavens he was conveying some piece of good news when last week he…

Ebonyi governorship: Many hurdles to cross for Chukwu to cross

By Felix Uka, Abakaliki  If for nothing else, last week’s reception for and declaration of the immediate past Minister of Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu, to join the race heightened the…

FG was desperate, ill-advised, hasty – Ekhomu

Dr. Ona Ekhomu, a security expert and President of Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), in this interview with Senior Correspondent, EKENE OKORO, says the ceasefire…

Rivers guber: How billions will shape PDP, APC’s fate

By Daniel Abia Snr Correspondent P/Harcourt Ahead of the 2015 polls, there is currently a plethora of political activities across country, as politicians and their godfathers jostle for one political…

Aturu’s lecture: Making Nigerians’ votes count in 2015

By Temidayo Akinsuyi Snr Correspondent, Lagos With so many evil predictions being made concerning the outcome of the 2015 general elections, there is a need for well-meaning Nigerians to brainstorm…

2015: Of Bayesa, politics of zoning and ripples

By Igoniko Oduma Correspondent, Yenagoa Although it is not encapsulated in the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria (as amended), zoning of political and appointive offices is as old as the country’s uninterrupted…

There’re lots of vulgarity in Nollywood – Sam Dede

There’re lots of vulgarity in Nollywood – Sam Dede

Movie buffs that have been wondering the whereabouts of seasoned actor, Sam Dede, need not worry any longer. The actor has been busy with another kind of passion. Assist. Editor,…

Ndukwe throws hat into senatorial ring

Ndukwe throws hat into senatorial ring

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe  / Correspondent, Lagos   As the countdown to the 2015 general elections gather momentum, politicians who desire to occupy elective positions are putting strategies in place to secure…

Elusive peace in South-West PDP

Elusive peace in South-West PDP

By Oladele Ogunsola  / Correspondent, Ibadan   Hurriedly, the congress of the South-West geo-political zone of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was fixed and held in Ibadan. The meeting which had…

Lawmaker recounts her legislative engagements

Lawmaker recounts her legislative engagements

By Augustine Adah  /  Senior correspondent, Lagos   With less than four months to the 2015 general elections many politicians in the country are going back to their constituencies, especially…

Returnee PDP aspirants must follow due process – Adikwuru

Returnee PDP aspirants must follow due process – Adikwuru

Former Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to Governor Rochas Okorocha and immediate past Executive Secretary of Imo State Lotteries, Pools Betting, Gaming, Casino Promotions and Control Board, Dennis Adikwuru, in this…

Adamawa since Ngillari’s emergence

Adamawa since Ngillari’s emergence

By Clement Ekong,  Correspondent, Yola   Yola, the Adamawa State capital, has witnessed a series of political changes since the impeachment of Governor Murtala Nyako in July, 2014, which eventually…

Delta Governorship: Exciting moments ahead

Delta Governorship: Exciting moments ahead

By Augustine Adah  / Snr. Correspondent, Lagos   The gubernatorial race in Delta State is gathering momentum as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s governorship primaries in Delta State draws nearer. Aspirants…

The world has ceased to take Nigeria seriously – Baderinwa

The world has ceased to take Nigeria seriously – Baderinwa

Adelani Baderinwa is a journalist and Personal Assistant to Chief Adebisi Akande, former Interim National Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC). In this interview with CORRESPONDENT, GBENGA FATUROTI, Baderinwa who…

Nigeria risks losing its skilled workforce – Udofia

Nigeria risks losing its skilled workforce – Udofia

Aniebiet Udofia is the pioneer president of the Chartered Institute of Leadership, Nigeria. Now a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) aspirant for the Ukanafun Constituency in Akwa Ibom State, he bares…

Why I want to replace Ngige at the Senate – Umeh

Why I want to replace Ngige at the Senate – Umeh

National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Victor Umeh, who is gunning for a senatorial seat in Anambra State, in this interview with REPORTER, CHUKWUJEKWU ILOZUE, speaks…

Reign of impunity in Edo

Reign of impunity in Edo

By Francis Onoiribholo  -  Bureau Chief, Benin City   Who is actually the devil in Edo State politics that is getting messier every passing day?  It has graduated from slaps,…

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