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How Buhari’ll play his politics

By Emmanuel Aziken, Political Editor How Nigeria’s new president will play his politics is a sort of mystery to many people including his close aides. However, almost everyone agrees that the advent of the Buhari era in Nigeria’s democratic dispensation will bring a change to the way and manner former holders of the office of
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Ndigbo in the new government

THE Igbo stirred up controversy by the way they voted in the last presidential and national assembly elections. This has put the people in a very precarious position in the new government of Muhammadu Buhari and has generated a question of what fiddle they could play in the scheme of things.

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Change, chance, chant

IT may be too late in the day – at the sunrise of the Buhari administration – to interrogate the content of the change Nigerians have. Change is change, someone retorted, when another tried a conversation on what the change chants that seized the airwaves since last year meant. He may be right. Some argued that change took place on 13 April when President Muhammadu Buhari defeated Goodluck Jonathan in the election.

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Agriculture: Break the vicious poverty circle in Nigeria, stakeholders tell Buhari

Engineer Idowu Asenuga, Managing Director, Agri Supplies and a farmer, said he wants to see the new administration deepen and broaden the gains already made in the area of funding of agriculture as well as agricultural insurance. “The outgoing administration has made great effort in the area of the macroeconomic stability especially in the area of funding and agricultural insurance. Several initiatives have been put in place that allows farmers to access single digit interest facility with tenor as long as 10 years. Hence l wish to see the new administration deepen and broaden the gains already made in this area. “

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Handover 2015: Wearing new, ill-fitting shoes: PDP as opposition

In the presidential system of government, there is no official opposition, as evident in the Parliamentary type. But opposition parties do exist. In a multiparty system, there are political parties outside power which would like to take over governance from the ruling party. When the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) was in power, political platforms regarded as the “opposition” included the All Nigerian People’s Party (ANPP), Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) and the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), all now defunct.

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