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What next for governors who could not deliver their states?

AFTER the 2011 general polls, the 36 state governors of the country can be grouped into five broad categories. They are governors who did not contest governorship elections; governors who sought second term and lost; those who are serving their second terms but could not deliver their states to their respective parties; second term governors who delivered their states to their parties; and of course first time governors who got re-elected.

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To succeed, Jonathan needs good hands, not GNU- Egolum

CHIEF Chuba Egolum, national chairman of Ndigbo for Better Nigeria (NBN) and vice chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP (Anambra Central), was in the trenches to enthrone democracy in the country during the dark days of military rule on the plank of the National Democratic Coalition, NADECO. To deepen democracy, he told Vanguard in this interview that all Nigerians must back President Goodluck Jonathan, whom he said must hit the ground running. Excerpts:

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Abacha meant well for Nigeria, but… – Olarenwaju

General Tajudeen Adeniyi Olanrewaju was Minister of Communications and Member, Provisional Ruling Council, PRC, under late General Sani Abacha regime. Before his emergence as minister, he had been Commander, Corps of Artillery of the Nigerian Army; Acting Military Administrator in the old Ondo State; and General Officer Commanding, Three Division of the Nigerian Army, Jos. In this interview, he proferred ways to tackling the persistent crisis in Plateau State and how he escaped being sentenced to death when he was implicated in a coup plot.

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