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8 Jun 2015
                NO honeymoon for this President. This conclusion predates Muhammadu Buhari’s assumption of the reins of government as 5th President of Nigeria’s Presidential democratic experience, and 4th of the current fourth democratic dispensation. It is eight days today. His first sets of official steps are attracting immense public…
7 Jun 2015
A CASUAL visitor to Government House and the Commissioners’ Quarters opposite the sprawling seat of power both in Asaba, cannot help, but notice the emptiness of the car parks, which used to be jam-packed with Delta State Government vehicles.
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7 Jun 2015
SEEMINGLY keeping faith with the tradition, the Mallam Isa Yuguda-led administration may not have been left behind in the pilfering of state properties as it departed the Government House in Bauchi.
7 Jun 2015
IN the coming days, the Governor Simon Lalong-led administration of Plateau State will be saddled with issues of the state debt profile, as well as, the unpaid workers’ salaries, which led to the two–month old strike called by the state branch of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC).
7 Jun 2015
THE frosty relationship between the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, and his predecessor, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, took a new twist, following allegation of wanton vandalisation of the state assets by the former administration.
7 Jun 2015
ACTIVITIES of the Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, in his first week in office may have shown his determination to pursue his set agenda, which revolves around five growth pillars, namely: Manufacturing, trade and commerce, agriculture, infrastructure and environment.
7 Jun 2015
IF there is any state governor that is still having a hangover from the last general election, it is the new Ebonyi State Governor, Chief David Umahi.
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7 Jun 2015
HAD he continued the way he came in 2007, the celebration of his exit on Friday from office could have been more glorious and resounding. Immediate past governor of Enugu State, Dr. Sullivan Iheanacho Chime was welcomed with both hands by residents when he took over the reins of power in 2007. The revolution he…
7 Jun 2015
THE inauguration speech of a new President is unique in a number of ways and for a number of reasons. It is the first after a campaign and thus provides the newly elected President an opportunity to articulate, in a bipartisan (non-partisan) manner, his vision of development for the nation. It is one speech regarded…
7 Jun 2015
IN just a few days as Governor of Plateau State, Simon Bako Lalong is gradually proving that it may not be business as usual in the state. Already, he has made crucial and far-reaching appointments and policy pronouncements, which would determine the thrust of his administration.
7 Jun 2015
FOR Muhammadu Buhari, the difference between his days as a military leader in the 80s, and now, as a democratically elected president, has become manifest early in the life of his regime.
7 Jun 2015
LAST Friday, Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State led thousands of his supporters for a victory walk around Ado Ekiti to celebrate the failed plans to impeach him by the 19 All Progressives Congress (APC) lawmakers that had their tenure ended with the 4th Ekiti State Assembly on last Thursday. Indeed, there were reasons for…

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