Obiageli (Oby) Ezekwesili address to APC leaders

THE UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTH OF ELUSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- NIGERIA’S CENTURY OLD FAILURES AND PROSPECTS FOR A NEW NIGERIA Protocols: Good afternoon, chieftains and members of the Action People’s Congress. Thanks for inviting me as your Keynote Speaker at your Unveiling of Road Map Summit. I do not know how you decided to take this high risk […]

APC: of mergers and alliances

By CLIFFORD NDUJIHE The registration of the All Progressive Congress (APC) by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is historic and symbolic in many respects. It is the first time that strong political parties are shedding their identities and merging into one party in the history of electioneering in Nigeria. It is also the first […]

2011 ELECTIONS FALLOUT: FACES AND VOICES WE WILL MISS

“Dr. Chris Ngige of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN). Ngige, a former governor of Anambra State is regarded by the people of the State as an ‘Oracle’ who during his tenure brought development to the state. The ‘Oracle’ was two powerful for the gap teeth crusader in the battle for Anambra Central.”

Dr. TUNJI ABAYOMI DISCONNECT WITH REALITIES

“Dr. Tunji Abayomi has failed to see the paradigm shift in governance in Ondo State and he has a total disconnect from the realities on ground in the state. Dr. Abayomi will like to play up the outcome of the 2011 elections that ushered in the ACN into all Government Houses in the South-West, except Ondo State that voted solidly for the Labour Party”

Final result of Nigerian Presidential Election 2011

The result has been finally announced by the chief returning officer of the Presidential Election who is also the chairman of INEC, Prof Attahiru Jega. He announced Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as the winner of the presidential election with a total vote of 22,495,187. Though before the announcement of the result, violence has erupted in some […]

NIGERIA 2011 ELECTIONS: DOES OPINION POLL COUNTS

“To make the desired change a reality, Nigerian youths need to stand up and do the first thing first by educating the electorate on reasons to reject and accepts candidates standing elections especially at the State, National Assembly and House of Assembly levels”

SECURITY ALERT: WHY 2011 GENERAL ELECTIONS MAY NOT BE DIFFERENT FROM THOSE OF 2003 AND 2007

The Issue: Security at the Polls The conduct of the 2011 general elections is now constitutionally less than 120 days away except, if by unparalleled ingenuity, the National Assembly accedes to the request of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for extension till April 2011. And as usual with so many things Nigerian, preparations for […]