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Osho Baba!

Only few persons have been able to make a success of the difficult transition from the working class to the club of the bourgeoisie without committing class suicide. Comrade Adams Eric Aliyu Oshiomhole, arguably Nigeria’s most renowned labour leader in a generation did not just make the transition seamless, but carved the niche for flawlessly shuttling between the two classes; yet without committing class suicide.

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Delta PDP strategizing for 2019

It was the great American mind, Albert Einstein in moment of intellectual illumination that postulated that politics is much more difficult than physics. Politics is laced with human being intrigues of power seeking and how the various conflicting interests can be married for the betterment of society. Even in the advanced climes of democracy, the unpredictable nature of man continues to play up. In Nigeria, those who pledge to work with you today may turn their back on you should some monetary inducement be dangled before them. That is why politicians especially those seeking elective offices work round the clock and they give nothing to chance. Mounting the soap box is a top priority for you not only to sell yourself and message to your party but also the electorate that have the keys to unlock victory.

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IGP team nabs man over father’s death, threat to step-mum’s life

Inspector General General of Police (IPG) Monitoring Team, yesterday whisked a suspect, Goodluck Ikpefua Ebohon, from Port Harcourt, Rivers state, to Abuja over alleged role in the death of his father, Gilbert Ikpefua Ebohon. The team which picked the suspect from his Rumuokoro residence in Port Harcourt, said it was acting on a petition to IGP Ibrahim Idris by Mrs. Felicia Ikpefua, who also accused the suspect, her stepson and nine other siblings of threatening her life.

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2018 BUDGET CUTS: S/E, Niger Delta worst hit

DETAILS of the drastic inexplicable cuts in the capital projects earmarked by the Executive carried out by the National Assembly, which have infuriated President Muhammadu Buhari have emerged with indications that key projects in the South-East and the South-South were the worst hit by the lawmakers’ action.

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