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Why Udom Emmanuel won a landslide victory in Akwa Ibom – Ekerete Udoh

Since 2006, I have been actively involved with American politics and can safely without sounding immodest state that I understand deeply the dynamics, issues and currents that illuminate the political/electoral process in the United States. In November of that year, 2006, I had exercised my first civic responsibility as a newly minted American citizen when I voted in the governorship/Congressional elections that took place that year.

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Omatsola Morgan marathon mum with a big heart

Tuedon (Tee) Omatsola Morgan was an another bored mum, but as a true Warri person, she never wanted to “carry last”. That zeal to break free, made her to discover a hidden passion… long distance running. And as if that was not enough, she has taken it to the extreme as it was demonstrated lately, when she participated in the North Pole marathon an event even the die hard extreme sports enthusiasts would think twice before joining in.

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Cock crows at dawn, roll on May 29

It is good to talk and also, talk can often be cheap. So what can we do to ensure that words are transmuted into action? I mentioned in the last couple of weeks that Nigerians have to have a conversation about tribalism in particular, the hostilities between tribes and long held views that affects the way we see each other and how it stops us from moving forward as one people. In all together forward on April 12, 2015, I made mention of the South South, East and North divide and in particular, what the Oba of Lagos said, as well as Rochas Okorocha to the gathering of Igbo heads in Owerri.

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The Move of the Holy Spirit (1)

“While Apollos was at Corinth, Paul took the road through the interior and arrived at Ephesus. There he found some disciples and asked them, ‘Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed?’ They answered, ‘No, we have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit.’” (Acts 19:1-2).

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