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The entanglement between Aremo Olusrgun Osoba and his godson, Governor Ibikunle Amosun, appears to have reach its peak as Osoba revived the Action Group of Nigeria, AGN, teamed up with Amosun’s foe to wrestle power from him. ...- By Babatunde Bangbose

Until recently, Chief Olusegun Osoba, former Governor of Ogun State and Leader of All Progressive Congress APC in Ogun is one of the happiest men and respected politicians in Nigeria. His role in the struggle for June 12 earned him more respect among Southwest politicians. He asserted his stand against then military head of state, late General Sanni Abacha over the release of Chief MKO Abiola without minding on whose ground his horse was riding.

Confusion Over impeachment in Imo

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Uncertainty, palpable fear and anxiety conspicuously prevail in Imo State government circles and beyond as a result of confusion arising from the raging media discourse about impeachment plot in the Eastern Heartland. ...- By Athan Agbakwuru, Owerri

Uncertainty, palpable fear and anxiety conspicuously prevail in Imo State government circles and beyond as a result of confusion arising from the raging media discourse about impeachment plot in the Eastern Heartland. The confusion arose following conflicting comments by both members of the executive and legislatives arms of the state government on the burning issue. True or false, Imo appears set to go the way of Adamawa and Nasarawa states, if recent feelers in certain quarters are, by any means,  anything to go by.

New Speaker And Storm In Ebonyi State House Of Assembly

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Experience in public administration is one good quality of Chief Martin Elechi, the octogenarian governor of Ebonyi State. ... -By Maurice Okafor and Samson Chinedu

Experience in public administration is one good quality of Chief Martin Elechi, the octogenarian governor of Ebonyi State. This counts from his days as a permanent secretary in the old Anambra state before the creation of Enugu and Ebonyi States, thereafter. 
Obviously, the pioneer civilian governor of Ebonyi State, Dr Sam Omiyi Egwu, has a record of Elechi’s wealth of experience as an administrator and sought for him as his successor out of many enterprising young politicians in the state who nursed the aspiration to govern the ‘Salt of the Nation’.

PDP Caucus And Next Abia governorship ticket

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Two weeks ago, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) caucus in Abia State which in a resolution was taken at a meeting held at the Banquette Hall of Government House, Umuahia zoned the next Abia State governorship slot in 2015 to Abia South Senatorial Zone, shutting out aspirants from other senatorial zones in the state from the contest. In this piece, Senior Correspondent, Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu writes that the resolution is generating controversy in some quarters.

The saying that politics is a game of interest has stood the taste of
times and is yet to be disputed. Politicians kick and quarrel when their political interest is not protected.
The above scenario is currently playing out in Abia State as fallout
of the recent resolution by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) caucus in the state which zoned the next Abia State governorship slot in 2015 to Abia South Senatorial Zone.
The PDP caucus based its zoning to the South on what it called equity,

Fallout of Unending Feud Between Amosun And Osoba

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The political fortune o Ogun State chapter of All Progressives Congress, APC, like many other states controlled by the party...

The political fortune o  Ogun State chapter of All Progressives Congress, APC, like many other states controlled by the party, is no doubt dwindling, no thanks to the in-fighting among members of the party who, one way or the other, feel aggrieved particularly after the decision of the former Interim National Executive Council to handover the structure of the party to governors in their respective states.
Many governors of APC, with the exception of Lagos and few other states were not originally members of the legacy parties, which later formed APC. 

Osun Guber RACE, Issues, Contenders and Pretenders

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Ayodele Fayose’s recent landslide victory in the governorship poll in the fountain of knowledge, Ekiti State, has made the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to boast of their ability to repeat the same feat in Osun State. ...-By Richard Akintade, Osogbo

Ayodele Fayose’s recent landslide victory in the governorship poll in the fountain of knowledge, Ekiti State, has made the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to boast of their ability to repeat the same feat in Osun State. 
Fayose who contested on the platform of the PDP during the recently concluded election has since been adjudged a political bigwig in his state.

Ekiti Loss And Future Of APC In The Southwest

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The loss of Ekiti State to the PDP may have sent a strong signal to the South West of the things to come in other elections. To some analysts, it has opened a way for the PDP to infiltrate the South-West hitherto regarded as the exclusive zone of the APC. But APC leaders are not leaving any stone unturned, especially ahead of the August election in Osun. - By Emma Alozie

To keen political watchers, there will be many after effects of the loss of Ekiti to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. With this loss and with another election coming up in Osun by August, there are permutations already that the south west, a region known for its usual political exclusiveness, may have been breached.
Historically, the South-West is a region that does not always align with the mainstream political party. The region has always carved out a political niche for itself, gravitating against the party at the centre.

Selection: Still Bane Of Democracy In Nigeria

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The lamentation of Chief Tom Ikimi, who lost the fight for the national chairmanship of the All Progressives Congress, APC in the party’s first national convention held at the Eagle Square Abuja, ... - By Jude Orji

The lamentation of Chief Tom Ikimi, who lost the fight for the national chairmanship of the   All Progressives Congress, APC in the party’s first national convention held at the Eagle Square Abuja,  has once more brought to the front burner the virus called ‘selection’ in place of election in the country’s evolving democracy. “There was no election. Odigie Oyegun was selected and appointed chairman. That was why I did not fill and submit my nomination form. I boycotted the convention because its outcome was predetermined,” said Ikimi.

Abia 2015 and APC’s Delicate Journey

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One of the objectives of political parties is to control the government. The All Progressives Congress, APC in Abia State is not an exception to this quest. In this piece, our Abia anchorman, Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu writes that APC’s quest to wrestle power from the ruling People’s Democratic Party, PDP in Abia may be scuttled by the internal crisis currently rocking the party in the state. - By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

Christ’s response to his accusers in Matthew 12:25-29 is a classical interpretation of the fatality of a kingdom dividing against itself. In that portion of the bible, the Pharisees accused Jesus Christ of employing powers other than that of God to cast out demons. The portion under review reads thus:” But Jesus knew their thoughts, and said, “Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself will not stand. If Satan casts out Satan, he is divided against himself. How then will his kingdom stand?

Election Will Hold All Over Nigeria in 2015 - Jega

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, says that despite the security challenges confronting the nation, especially in the northeastern part of Nigeria, - By Jude Orji

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, says that despite the security challenges confronting the nation, especially in the northeastern part of Nigeria, it remains positive and focused, believing that the security agencies would overcome the challenges and provide an enabling environment for the commission to conduct better elections across the country in 2015.
The INEC chairman, Professor Attahiru Jega, expressed this optimism when the US Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights, Dr. Serah Sewall, led a delegation to the commission.

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