Photo Credit: Lindaikejisblos.com The entire community of Igbe-Ijoh in Warri South Local Government has been thrown into mourning following a report that a prominent son of the community has recently committed suicide. The victim is Friday Igbegbe, an ex-Niger Delta militant leader, who is also a titled chief in his community.
It's barely Sixteen Months to the 2023 Presidential Poll, There are indications that Top PDP Chieftains in the Northern Region are already making moves to contest for the party's 2023 Presidential Ticket. Below is a list of Four Prominent Political Gladiators to watch out Atiku Abubakar Photo Credit: Tribune
According to a report by Tribune, scores of people parading themselves as unknown gunmen were neutralized by the Nigerian Navy on Saturday in Anambra State. They were neutralized by the men of the Nigerian Navy stationed at Navy Junction, Awaka, in a gun duel. The video is too gory, it would have been shared.
Ahead of the APC National Convention, About Twelve Political Gladiators have indicated interest in the National Chairmanship Position. One of the Top Contenders in the Race is Senator George Akume, the Minister of Special Duties and Inter-governmental Affairs. Below is a list of Two Keys Reasons Why Akume may emerge as the Next APC National Chairman.
Ahead of the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria, different zones have been agitating to produce the next president of the country and take over from the incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari. The southeast zone has been agitating for the zoning of the 2023 presidency for the Igbos to produce the President of Nigeria for the first time after the return of democracy in 1999.
Photo Credit: Premium Times The Peoples Democratic Party is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to reclaim the presidency. As a result, the party is making every effort to ensure it gets its strategy right, especially as it concerns zoning. However, solving the party’s zoning puzzle is not as easy as many expected, as it has torn the party into two camps—North and South.
Photo Credit: The Cable As his tenure in office wounds down, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has so far maintained a dignified silence about his next political move. Yet speculations about his plan to contest the 2023 presidential election refuse to go away. But sources close to the VP confirm that he may be interested in the contest, but he is only bidding his time and will only come out when the coast is clear.
As the 2023 General Elections draws near, the ruling All Progressives Congress has revealed it's plan to adopt the Consensus mode in choosing it's Candidate for the 2023 Presidential Election. Below is a list of Three Key Reasons Why the odds may favour that APC National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu if he decides to contest.
Photo Credit: Tribune There is a frenzy of political horse-trading and negotiations going on at the Peoples Democratic Party camp, ahead of the coming national convention slated for October. Diverse interests and groups have emerged, and they are all scheming and striving to secure juicy positions in the next dispensation of PDP leadership expected to emerge at the convention.
The 2023 presidential election is less than two years in Nigeria, different zones have been agitating to produce President Muhammadu Buhari's successor. Southeast is one of the zones that have been agitating for the 2023 presidency. The zone wants to be given the chance to produce the president of Nigeria for the first time after the return of democracy in 1999.
Credit: Tribune. Following the crisis that marred the All Progressive Congress (APC) state Congress that was held in Osun states last weeks, the party in a bid to mend fences with aggrieved members who held parallel congresses set up an Appeal Committee to look into the grievances of warring factions in the state.
According to a report by Tribune, the Governors of the southeast zone on Friday asked all political parties in the country to pick their 2023 presidential candidates from the zone. This message was conveyed by the Chairman, Southeast Governors Forum, and Governor of Ebonyi State, David Umahi, he said all political parties in Nigeria should zone the post to the southeast geopolitical zone of Nigeria for equity and fairness.
Photo Credit: Premium Times Soon after the Peoples Democratic Party NEC ratified the zoning report of the Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi zoning committee, which recommended the ceding of the national party chairman’s office to the North, the Northern PDP caucus has held a series of meetings to determine a preferred candidate.
The state congress of the APC which will take place across the country tomorrow, Saturday, October 16 is already generating tension in Ebonyi State. Governor Dave Umahi is against any group that plans to cause a crack in Ebonyi APC ahead of the state congress. Photo Credit: Vanguard
As the 2023 presidential election draws closer, the ruling All Progressives Congress and the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party are planning to produce the next President of the country. Photo credit: Daily Post There are a lot of permutations going on as the two main political parties strategise on how to win the presidential election.
Credit: Vanguard. The political feud between loyalists of former Governor of Osun State and minister of interior, Rauf Aregbesola, and the current Governor of the state, Ggboyega Oyetola has taken a new twist as loyalists of Aregbesola have dragged the leadership of the All Progressive Congress (APC) headed by Mai Mala Buni to Court.
Ahead of the forthcoming PDP National Convention, According to a report by the Tribune, the South-West Zonal Executive Committee of the PDP has adopted Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola has the Consensus Candidate for the Position of the Deputy National Chairman (South) of the Party. Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola
Photo Credit: Thisday There are strong indications that the leadership crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party may be far from over, even as the party's National convention is just weeks away. Over the past weeks, there have been concerted efforts by the party elders to bring stability and sanity back to PDP, this is to enable it to prepare for the convention and also position it well to win the 2023 presidential election.
Photo Credit: Thisday The political temperature in the country is rising, but the situation has been made more severe by the activities and declaration of various socio-political groups in the country. For example, the Indigenous People of Biafra recently threatened to ground the country by declaring a one-month sit-at-home order in solidarity with its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, who is in detention and has been accused of terrorism by the Nigerian state.
IPOB Bans Consumption Of Cow In SE: Why It Doesn't Make Sense For Outlawed Group To Dictate To Citizens
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are in the news again, this time around they have trespass their boundaries, they are making laws for the land. They want to control what people are eating, where is the freedom if people can't even eat what they like in a community?