Nwobodo hinges national peace on Ndigbo presidency in 2023
I won’t contest senate seat again, says Ekweremadu Former governor of old Anambra State, Chief Jim Nwobodo, says peace will continue to elude Nigeria until Ndigbo are given their rightful place in the scheme of things.Speaking in Enugu yesterday at his 79th birthday event, the former governor made case for a Nigerian president of Igbo…
Okorocha’s iberiberism versus stature of Southeast delegates in Ninth Senate
Like good wine, lawmakers mature with age in the legislature.” Those were the summations of late Senator Uche Chukwumerije five years ago in an interview with The Guardian.
Sports can take Nigerian youths away from crime, says Jim Nwobodo
A former Minister of Sports, Senator Jim Nwobodo has joined crusade for the proper development of the country’s sports facilities and institutions, saying the sector could engage millions of Nigerian youths if properly executed.
Appeal court sets June date for Onitsha land suit
Further hearing on an appeal filed by Anambra State Governor and State’s Attorney General against the ruling of the High Court sitting in Onitsha in respect of industrial plots...
After losing Anambra, APC eyes Enugu, Abia, Ebonyi for 2019
From a poor outing in the last November Anambra governorship poll despite its high expectation of victory, the All Progressives Congress...
Former Governor Nwobodo urges youths to embrace community, self-help projects
The Governor of old Anambra, Chief Jim Nwobodo, has urged Nigerian youths to participate in community, self-help developmental projects, to improve the living conditions of rural dwellers.
Why I won’t return to Anglican Church, by Jim Nwobodo
Nwobodo and his wife Patricia, after 22 years of marriage in Anglican Communion, converted to the Catholic Church at the heat of the crisis over the burial of his son, Dr Ifeanyi Nwobodo.
APC guber primary as reflections of unwritten charter in Anambra politics
Chief Jim Nwobodo-led APC committee on Anambra election saw the charter of equity as germane, as according to a source, “they had noted that even if every other thing should be compromised, that one is a no-go area, unless the party is not going into the election to win.”
Anambra APC ‘tying loose ends’ before guber race
As aspirants jostle to become candidates of their various political parties in the November 18 governorship election in Anambra State, one hurdle which the All Progressives Congress (APC) must overcome, is the process of selecting a candidate among the numerous contenders in a way that will not cause disaffection in the party.