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Anambra’s ‘home for all’ absurdities

*Confusion trails PDP primaries By Jide Ajani, Deputy Editor, Emmanuel Aziken, Vincent Ujumadu IT is perhaps reflective of the State’s slogan “Home for All” that all  sorts of characters are today deeply embedded in Anambra’s political terrain. However, as Senator Ikechukwu Obiorah noted last Wednesday when he suspended his gubernatorial campaigns, the ugly and destructive
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ANAMBRA 2010: Who said what

From interviews and statements, Sunday Vanguard compilation of views from key players in the high-wire politics of Anambra State, preparatory to next February’s gubernatorial election. By Jide Ajani, Deputy Editor, Charles Kumolu & Umoru Henry GOVERNOR Suswan to Anambra PDP “I have    given them my advice and that is to say that I told them
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In Delta, not a total success story

By  Emma Arubi WHEN it became obvious that militant activities in the long neglected Niger Delta region were fast bringing the entire economy of the nation to a dangerous precipice, the Federal government led by President Yar ‘Adua proclaimed amnesty to militants of all shades with a welfare package designed to rehabilitate, re-orientate and re-integrate
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49 Independence Anniversary : Signs in polity ominous – Sen Mamora (AC, Lagos East)

THOSE raising the fear of Nigeria disintegration should not be dismissed as pessimists or dooms day prophets. The signs in the polity are ominous. Politically or economically it seems very clear that we are heading towards disintegration. And what has compounded the fear is the insensitivity of the leadership in our polity. The leadership at
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Anambra 2010: Will poll comply with Electoral Act and Constitution?

IN less than five months, precisely, February 6, 2010, electorate in Anambra State are expected to go to the poll to elect a governor of their choice. Governor Peter Obi’s tenure expires March 17 by virtue of Supreme Court verdict. Obi who is seeking a second term intends to run on the ticket of his factionalised party, All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA.

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