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9 Apr 2015
IT is disconsolate that an enormously endowed state such as Abia has been in the throes of under-development and infrastructure deficit since inception of the current democratic dispensation, under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) or its variant
Justice-Mahmud-Mohammed
9 Apr 2015
THE assurance by the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Hon. Justice Mahmud Mohammed, that the judiciary ‘will not be swayed or distracted from the course of justice in any election matter that is brought before the justice system’, could not have come at a better time than now. Given the rancorous, indecorous campaigns that preceded the presidential election, which, mercifully, ended peacefully, it is left for the judiciary to remain a real Temple of Justice.
9 Apr 2015
8 Apr 2015
voters
8 Apr 2015
SIR: As the rescheduled governorship election finally closes in, it is imperative for the people of Adamawa State to ponder a while and set their minds on voting for the right man as governor of the state. Adamawa has had it so bad over the years choosing the right person for the job. At the…
8 Apr 2015
IF there was one other thing the March 28 election and its aftermath have proven, it is that there is indeed nothing wrong with Nigeria that cannot be corrected by what is right with Nigeria.
7 Apr 2015
THE last elections, particularly the presidential election won by the candidate of our party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Muhammadu Buhari; were a watershed in the annals of democratic elections in Nigeria.
7 Apr 2015
I would like to begin by congratulating the president-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC), for a historic victory at the March 28 presidential poll. Destiny has beckoned on him to lead Nigeria at this critical moment in history.
7 Apr 2015
Elections2015
7 Apr 2015
All the prophets of doom have now been put to shame. Perhaps, for the first time in the history of modern Nigeria, we are witnessing the triumph, not of any political party or candidate, but of the Nigerian voter, who not only cast his vote for the candidate of his choice, but braved the odds and waited for the ballot papers to be counted, amidst rain and heat, and followed the electoral process with keen attention till the results were announced.
Buhari-OK-OK
7 Apr 2015
He had lost three elections in a row, his political progress, and his chance of a break-through in his presidential ambitions became greatly diminished. General Buhari faced a Harmattan period, with heavy fog filling the sky above and the Saharan dust choking out any hint of hope. But in his darkest hours, something kept the flame of hope burning and he refused to give up. Major-General Muhammadu Buhari’s own history challenges us that walls can be torn down but the task is never easy.
7 Apr 2015
SIR: It is despicable that officers could treat a citizen with so much impertinence and abandon him on the street even when it is obvious that such a citizen needs help. It is equally vexatious, when such a citizen is law-abiding, and exerts himself legally to eke out a living in a country that fails to notice resourcefulness and rewards same.

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