Mass-Rigging Looms as UK Guardian Questions Voters’ Register: Says It’s “Statistical Impossibility”

    Voter registration documents seen by Guardian in the United Kingdom on eve of election raise fears of mass rigging The number of new voters registered in Nigeria since January 2018 has increased by almost exactly the same percentage in each of its states, according to documents seen and analysed by the Guardian, raising […]

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The old men vying to lead Africa’s youngest population By Stephanie Busari, CNN

    On first look, not much separates the two front-runners contesting Nigeria’s presidential election. Both are men in their 70s with previous experience of high-level politics. Both are from the same ethnic group. And both are Muslims from the north of the country. Incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, of the All Progressives Congress party, known […]

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How Lobbyists Hired by Atiku Abubakar Got Him a Visa to US – Reuters

      Lobbyists hired by #AtikuAbubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), played a huge role in making him get a temporary waiver to visit the US after a ban which lasted over a decade. In a report, Reuters quoted unnamed US government officials as saying the travel ban was waived temporarily by […]

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APC Panics, Shouts Fraud as PANDEF, NEF, Ohanaeze, Afenifere, MBF Adopt Atiku, Who Says “I’m moved to tears”.

    The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign council has dismissed the endorsement of Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), by some socio-cultural groups. Festus Keyamo, the council spokesman, said the endorsement was engineered and carried out by PDP members and sympathisers. Earlier on Sunday, five top socio-cultural organisations in […]

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The Atiku Abubakar’s NNPC Privatization: What You Need to Know by Ahmed Adamu

    Alhaji Atiku Abubakar made a proclamation that he will privatize NNPC if elected President, and that sparked concerns and curiosities in the minds of some Nigerians, so I decided to write this article to explain the entire concept of NNPC privatization and its effects, so that people will have a better understanding of […]

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Is Atiku a Liar, Buhari a Hypocrite? by Anthony A. Kila

 The title of our first conversation this year is a result of the last flurry of accusation and counter accusations with which the two leading presidential candidates in the coming 2019 elections ended their campaign in 2018. Their accusations and counter accusations on integrity and corruption leave us the citizens with the question about who […]

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EXPOSED: Buhari’s Aide, Lauretta Onochie is an Agent of Fake News

Desperate to be loyal, a media aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, Ms Lauretta Onochie, has been exposed for posting a fake photograph, allegedly of the Peoples Democratic Party’s Sokoto rally, which held on Monday. Also, one Facebook user named Zara Gift Onyinye, posted the same picture and tagged it “This is how it happened in Sokoto […]

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To oil the wheel of progress… By Simon Kolawole

I have a story to tell. In the 1970s, three governments set up national oil companies to engage in exploration, production and refining. Nigeria created the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Norway set up Statoil, and Malaysia established Petronas. Today, Statoil — now renamed Equinor ASA — and Petronas are among the biggest state-owned oil […]

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Delta 2019: Clark Misfired. Ogboru Can Win, “Nothing like Unwritten Power Zoning” – Chief Ideh, 92yrs Old.

Chief Patrick Ideh, 92 years Old former member, House of Representatives has said Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark, who he described as his junior brother was being economical with the truth when he claimed recently that, “by the unwritten power zoning arrangement in the state, Delta North Senatorial District Should complete its two terms of eight […]

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Should it be neither Buhari nor Atiku? By Lasisi Olagunju

“SOMETIMES there are no good options,” said The Economist, respected, authoritative international magazine, in February 2015. That was how it started its analysis of that year’s presidential election in Nigeria. It looked at the choice between Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari and said the contest was between “a failed president” and a former dictator “with […]

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