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Delta 2011: Uduaghan revs up campaign

THE sleepy political activities that had enveloped Delta suddenly came alive with the inauguration of the Uduaghan
Campaign headquarters office in Asaba , last Monday. The group’s Director General, Professor G.G.Darah, a
professor of English Literature at Delta State University, (DELSU) Abraka, held court during it first expanded executive meeting.

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‘Dangers in stopping Jonathan’

So, the point I am making is that because the South-West had fought a heroic battle,
everybody had no alternative than to say ‘accommodate them so that we can have peace.’ What I am telling my Igbo brothers is to make themselves so relevant to the Nigerian system that people will say, ‘look, at this point in time, the Igbo candidate is the best we have and it is in Nigeria’s interest to have him.’

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South East on zoning: The changing tide of South-East politics

For obvious reasons, the South-East zone has become the beautiful bride within the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) family as the race to the 2011 presidential election hots up. Sources within the party have said that several months ago after he emerged as the nation’s substantive President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan sent emissaries to Governors of the Southeast zone who belong to the party intimating them about the likelihood of him running for the presidential election next year.

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North offered Ndigbo VP, but we rejected it, says Ezeife

Former Governor of old Anambra State, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife has been involved in several of the recent meetings Igbo leaders have convened to fashion a common position on whether or not to support President Goodluck Jonathan to realise his perceived presidential ambition in 2011. He gave a deep insight into the thinking of the Igbo political leadership and insisted that Ndigbo want the presidency in 2015.

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