Raymond Dokpesi: Polygamy, one of my greatest errors in life PHOTO CREDIT: P.M. News Nigeria Raymond Dokpesi, The Chairman Emeritus of DAAR Communications Plc, has said going into polygamy was one of the greatest errors of his life. Dokpesi stated this on Saturday in an interview with journalists in Abuja Saturday.
There have been a lot of intrigues and controversies as the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria draws closer. The northern and southern regions have been fighting to produce the next president of the country that will take over the baton of leadership from incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari. While the southern part of the country is calling for zoning for the region to produce President Buhari's successor after his eight years in office, the northern region wants to hold on to power beyond 2023.
In anticipation of the upcoming 2023 presidential election, many obstacles have been springing up lately to suppress the efforts of Ndigbo to produce the next president of the country after President Buhari's tenure expires in 2023. Part of these obstacles includes the recent statement of the Daar Communications Chairman, Dokpesi that Igbos will divide the country should they be allowed to produce the next president of Nigeria.
The Federal High Court Abuja has today Monday 11th October 2021, ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to delist Nigerian media entrepreneur and founder of African Independent Television (AIT) in person of Chief Raymond Anthony Aleogho Dokpesi from its watch list. Ruling on Dokpesi case ealier today, Chief Justice John Tsoho held that the defendant have no criminal charges or allegations currently raised against him and as such, his name should be removed from EFCC watch list with immediate effect failure of which will amount to contempt of court.
Photos Credit: Google As my friend I support Tinubu for president: Dokpesi Raymond Dokpesi has thrown his weight behind the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, for the 2023 presidency. Photos Credit: People Gazette “He is a philanthropist; he is kind - hearted.
Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the founder of Eastern Security Network (ESN). Nnamdi Kanu has caused so much tension while seeking the division of Nigeria. The tension is becoming too much to the extent that prominent politicians have started reacting towards it.
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has revealed how his struggle for Biafra has impacted the southeast's chances of delivering a Nigerian president. Some Nigerians fear Kanu will compel a Nigerian president of Igbo descent to proclaim Biafra, according to Dokpesi.
President Muhammadu Buhari felicitates with media entrepreneur, business mogul and politician, High Chief (Dr) Raymond Aleogho Dokpesi as he celebrates his 70th birthday October 25, 2021. The President salutes the extra ordinary courage displayed by the communications guru in launching into an uncertain territory, blazing the trail in private media broadcasting and in the process, creating jobs and opportunities for Nigerians, a feat that others have since followed.
The founder of DAAR communications Chief Raymond Dokpesi appears to be in support that the PDP should zone its 2023 presidential ticket to the North. Before now he has stated that he doesn't see anyone from the South that can win the Presidency for PDP in 2023. Photo Credit: Vanguard
A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Raymond Dokpesi, has said he would not rest until Nigeria becomes a better country for all citizens. The chairman Emeritus of DAAR Communications Plc, made the remarks at a birthday lecture and book presentation as part of activities to mark his 70th birthday on Friday, October 22, in Abuja, Leadership reports.
There are indications that Tinubu might be contesting 2023 Presidential race. Tinubu's Loyalists have been reaching out to the Leaders of the Party concerning the 2023 Presidential race. Though, he might not be the only Leader that will be contesting the race from Southwest under the Platform of the Party.
picture.credit.collagen.com South East Nigeria is supposed to produce the next president of Nigeria in 2023, but as things are unfolding, it is likely that the vision may not see the light of the day. If not, why would the north desire to contest the ticket of the presidential candidate of the PDP?
It has been reported that Ohanaeze Ndigbo has berated a social media mogul, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, over an assertion credited to him that no South-East candidate or even the South as a whole could win the presidency in 2023 election under the platform of the People Democratic Party, PDP.
Photos Credit: Google Ohanaeze tackles Dokpesi over ‘no southern candidate can win presidency’ comment The apex Igbo social - cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has described as ‘unfortunate’ the comment of the Chairman, Daar Communications Ltd, Raymond Dokpesi, who said that there is no candidate in the South East or in the entire South that can win the presidency in 2023 under the Peoples Democratic Party.
The 2023 presidential election is just two years away from now hence, the two major political parties have begun making necessary and strategic plans that will ensure their victory by 2023 amidst the trending political issue of power rotation. Recall that the southern region is seriously agitating to produce the next president of the country based on equity, fairness, and justice because by 2023, President Muhammadu Buhari a northern would have concluded his tenure, and hence they (southern region) are clamoring to produce the next president.
A Nigerian Media Businessman has generated a lot of reactions online after he claimed that an Igbo Person can't be trusted for President. This businessman has been identified by the name Dokpesi. Below is a picture showing this businessman: Photo credited: Sahara reporters. This businessman also claimed that the activities of Nnamdi Kanu would jeopardize the chances for an Igbo Person to rule Nigeria as president in 2023.
Chief Raymond Dokpesi, has said no southern candidate can win the 2023 presidential election for his party. Raymond who is a chieftain of the Peo ples Democratic Party (PDP), made this assertion in an interview published by Daily Trust on Saturday, October 9. When Asked if he was not supporting the call for the PDP to present a candidate from the southeast in 2023, the PDP chieftain Said
What Ohanaeze Said After Dokpesi Claimed That ”No Southern Politician Could Win Presidency For PDP”.
As the 2023 presidential election approaches, one of the most hotly debated issues in Nigeria is the rotation of the presidency, in which many northern and southern groups and politicians refuse to back down for themselves. However, Raymond Dokpesi, the Chairman of Daar Communications Ltd, stated that no south-east or southern candidate can ever become president of Nigeria under the People's Democratic Party in 2023, because many of them are not well known and cannot get adequate support from the north.
We Must Never Forget #ENDSARS Protest- Saraki Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers Bukola Saraki, former Senate President of Nigeria, has urged Nigerians not to forget the #ENDSARS protest that rocked the country and some part of the world last year. In a statement issued by the former Senate leader, he stated that his thoughts and prayers are with those who lost their lives, loved ones, sustained injuries or sustained other losses at the Lekki Toll Gate.
Mr. Raymond Dokpesi has thrown his weight behind the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr. Bola Tinubu, for the 2023 presidency. Speaking further on Saturday, Mr. Dokpesi, stated that he is a philanthropist, he is kind-hearted. He is supportive of the ordinary person available, and he has brought about bringing hope to people.