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Governors use money allocated to local govts as slush funds – Speaker Dogara

Yakubu Dogara

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, in this interview, lists measures to secure independence for local governments which, according to him, are being emasculated by state governments across the country.

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Apostle Suleman

Apostle Suleman: I know what it feels to be poor because I tasted poverty

The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Int’l, (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman, recently had the Onitsha Restoration Crusade in Anambra State. There was also the Tulsa, Oklahoma, United State edition, which came before the Anambra crusade. A charity agent, Suleman’s evangelistic mission, had taken the preacher to all the continents of the world.

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Chief Robert Usman Audu

With coal, Nigeria can generate 17,500MW in 5 years – Audu

Nigeria has failed to develop because we abandoned the cheapest electricity power source. The cheapest electricity source of is coal. Nigeria’s Energy Mix is currently dominated by hydro (Water) and thermal (gas) but the country is yet to stabilise on 5000 Mega Watts, (MW) . It is strange that coal which we have in abundance is yet to find accommodation in our electricity generation.

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Benny Hinn

I am amazed by what Pastor Adeboye, Bishop Oyedepo, others are doing – Benny Hinn

For 10 days beginning October 28, the oil city of Warri, Delta State was alive as the 2016 Jubilee Word Festival, held at the International Gospel Centre, headquarters of Papa Ayo and Mama Helen Oritsejafor’s Word of Life Bible Church, featured local and international gospel preachers, including PFN National President, Rev. Felix Omobude; Bishop George Bloomer; Dr. Ini Okpon, Rev. Ayuk R. Ayuk and American televangelist, Rev. Benny Hinn. The theme of the conference was, Rock of Ages. After ministering for two days at the event, Benny Hinn who, in 2005, caused a stir after a failed crusade in Lagos where he screamed blue murder about shoddy preparations by the local organisers, spoke to Sunday Vanguard on the incident and many other issues about Nigeria.

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Senator Dansadau

We’ll form a new party for 2019 election – Senator Dansadau

The crux of the problem we are having in Nigeria is that majority of people at the helm of affairs don’t care about the welfare of the ordinary citizens. All they are after is paraphernalia of the office they occupy, the money that come their way through the office which they use to travel abroad every now and then. But as long as their primary responsibility is concerned which is security of lives and property, they find it difficult to do their work of empowering the people to become productive.

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Mrs. Ezinne Kufre-Ekanem

I’ve a passion for soft furnishings – Ezinne Kufre-Ekanem, CEO, Rosemary’s

I just simply love interiors. I love making places beautiful. I believe in the aphorism that says:“Home is where a person’s heart is. I love people coming home and being happy that they are home.” I’m also passionate about families and how they live. Frankly, one spends so much time in life working to be able to buy a house with the hope of being able to furnish it properly and enjoy.

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Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Mimiko

Mimiko talks tough: ‘INEC’S substitution of Jegede with Jimoh Ibrahim is a joke from hell . It will not stand’

The lingering battle over the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo State in the November 26 election between Mr Eyitayo Jegede (SAN) and Mr Jimoh Ibrahim takes a twist as Governor Olusegun Mimiko talks tough, saying the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) substitution of Jegede with Ibrahim will not stand. In this interview, Mimiko also speaks on the insinuation that he visited President Muhammadu Buhari to lobby him to defect to the All Progressives Party (APC), the ruling party at the federal level.

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Adebanjo vs Yakassai

Yoruba Agenda: No restructuring, no Nigeria, Ayo Adebanjo replies Tanko Yakassai

That was an afterthought, that is what we call damage control after the damage has been done. Those of us who know the president well will tell you that it is in his character and culture to speak that way about women. He (Buhari) still belongs to the conservative north, anything to the contrary is pretense except many of them who are trying to modernize. We started the universal voting for women because, in 1959, Chief Obafemi Awolowo pressed for it.

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