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Our Mistake in post Apartheid South Africa – Jay Naidoo, Mandela’s Minister

By Adagbo Onoja There is every justification for the African or the black man to be extra-ordinarily sensitive to politics and power in South Africa. South Africa is the best example of Amilcar Cabral’s argument that independence for an Africa nation must be a national liberation movement in power. The logic is that a national liberation movement in power is supposed to be root and branch critique of the so ...

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Level of Youth Participation in Nigerian Politics Dismal-Chairman ,APC Youth Forum

At the Ladi Kwali hall of Sheraton Hotels and Suites, Abuja, the youth wing of the All progressive Congress held their Maiden Conversational Conference, which served as a platform for its members from all over the country to interact with party elders. In attendance were dignitaries such as Chief Audu Ogbeh, General Buba Marwa, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, amongst others. Below are excerpts from a discussion hel ...

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2015: Amaechi Does Not Hate Jonathan – Princewill

 Prince Tonye Princewill, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and a former governorship candidate of the Action Congress, ACN, in the 2007 election in Rivers State in his first interview of the year spoke with some Journalists including his Media Team disclosing why he is still eyeing the number one post in Rivers State, his views on Amaechi and President Goodluck Jonathan, his call on Preside ...

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Politicisation Of Chief Ige’s Murder Hampered Tracking, Prosecution Of Real Suspects-Omisore

Senator Iyiola Omisore was arrested and tried over the murder of Chief Bola Ige.In this interview, he alleges that “that the politicisation of Chief Ige’s murder did not allow for the tracking and prosecution of real suspects in the murder.”His comments come on the heels of renewed calls for the search of killers of  Chief Ige,Nigeria’s Attorney General and Minister of Justice at the time he was murdered.Ex ...

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We Should Not Allow A Country Like Nigeria To Break-Up –Orji Kalu

Former governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu is pained about development in Nigeria, especially the growing spate of insecurity and corruption. This probably informed his present anti-graft campaign in Africa. In this interview, he speaks on his losses in politics, prediction of Nigeria breaking up, corruption, among other national issues. AYODELE OJO  (of  National Mirror )reports. You are coordinating an ...

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PDP Not Afraid Of Merger By Opposition Parties- Senator Wowo

Senator Usman Jibril Wowo is the Senior Special Assistant to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister on National Assembly, Budget and Political Matters. In this interview with reporters in his office, the PDP chieftain in the Territory spoke on a wide range of issues and emphasized that the PDP is ready to coast to victory in Saturday's election. OSaretin Ekiadolor was there for Newsdiary online How pr ...

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‘I apologise to Abians for installing T.A. Orji their governor’-Kalu

Former Governor of Abia State, founder and former presidential candidate of the Peoples Progressive Alliance (PPA), Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, who recently rejoined the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), spoke to LEO SOBECHI (in Kalu’s Camp Neya country home, Igbere, Bende local council of Abia State) on a wide range of issues, including his pet project, Njiko Igbo. Abia State PDP chairman, Emma Nwaka, has faulted yo ...

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2015: Opposition Merger – What Lies Ahead, By Theophilus Ilevbare

There is a need to provide a credible alternative to the electorate, a radical change borne out of the growing discontent of Nigerians with the failure of the PDP led government that has held power at the centre since 1999, to transform the countries’ fortune despite multi-billion dollar oil revenue frittered by successive government - $67billion in foreign reserves in the last few years - deflating any hop ...

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Delta State Can Survive Without Oil Revenue – Uduaghan

Delta State Governor ,Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan  has come out to speak  strongly in defence of the viability of his state.  He says hiis regime has put in place , an  economic agenda that looks beyond oil.He also speaks on several issues including  the crisis rocking the ruling PDP.Excerpts:   How far have you gone with your Delta without Oil project? We started with Delta without oil, but now, it is Delta ...

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It’s Been Tough Running Liberty Radio in Kaduna –Tijjani Ramalan

Alhaji (Dr) Ahmed Tijjani Ramalan once served as Kaduna state Chairman, National Republican Convention (NRC) .Also he was at the helm of affairs at JOMALIC in Lagos .But he has finally returned to Kaduna to establish a private radio station, Liberty Radio. In this interview with Iro Danjuma, he speaks on the challenges he faced while setting up Liberty Radio and denied nursing any ambition to occupy the Sir ...

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President Jonathan is Fixing Nigeria- Coordinator, The Jonathan Project

George Kerley, the Coordinator of The Jonathan Project, a non-partisan movement that supports the Presidency of Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GCFR  spoke to representatives of the media on the state of the nation, successes and failures that Nigeria and Nigerians have passed through and the serious campaign on transformation that President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan GCFR has vigorously embarked on. Q: How ...

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Makinde:Revolution looming in Nigeria — PUNCH

In this interview with LEKE BAIYEWU, the Prelate of the Methodist Church Nigeria, Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde, speaks on the planned levy on religious organisations and leadership in Nigeria What’s your reaction to the recent calls for taxation of religious organisations? People calling for the taxation of churches are like people calling for the sale of their mother. The Christian church is the architect and th ...

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