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I remain the symbol of the PDP in Ogun – Gbenga Daniel

SINCE leaving office in 2011, former of governor Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, has been in the eye of the storm. So many allegations have been leveled against him.
OGD, as he is fondly called, recently opened up to select journalists at his Maryland office on the allegations.
He declares that he remains a reference point as far as Ogun politics is concerned. On his relationship with former President Olusegun Obasanjo, he explains that though it is cordial, he disagrees with him on some issues. He bares his mind on the recent land allocation in Ogun, noting that the state government is out to witch-hunt him.

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Why Jonathan must heed national dialogue call – Uranta

MR Tony Uranta, the Executive Secretary of the National Summit Group, believes the agitation for the convening of a National Conference to address the anomalies in the country is imperative. To the Niger Delta activist, “there must be dialogue on the state level, there must also be dialogue on the regional level, and, more importantly, there must be dialogue on the national level”. He bares his mind on other burning national issues

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We are more united for Igbo presidency in 2015 – Sen Okonkwo

SENATOR Annie Okonkwo, until recently, was a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party,PDP, before he defected to All Progressive Grand Alliance,APGA. He is the President of C-21, an Igbo socio-political organisation. In this interview, he argues that for Igbo presidency to be a reality in 2015, the people of the South East must stop being used to scuttle the common agenda of the region. He also notes that if the region failed to get additional state from the on-going constitution review, the Federal Government should be ready to allocate revenue on zonal basis.

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Should former Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo and Ibrahim Babangida be the ones advising President Goodluck Jonathan on governance?

By Alaine Elizabeth, Hamzat Oluwasayo and Ann Mamilor Micheal Emiko Agboghoroma It beats my imagination that the  two former rulers could issue a joint statement on the current state of insecurity in the country, while also urging Nigerians not to lose hope, give in to frustration, fear or despair as a result of the rising
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