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  • Presidency Warns Against Politicising Amnesty Programme

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    The special adviser to the President on Niger Delta and coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig. Gen. Paul Boroh (rtd) has described as baseless and act of sabotage a recent publication credited to the Presidential Amnesty Office by persons believed to be on a mission to instigate crisis meant to undermine the ongoing federal…

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  • BREAKING: Former Edo LGA Boss Shot Dead

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    Reports from Edo State reaching LEADERSHIP have it that immediate Etsako East Local Government boss, Mr. Suleiman Afegbua has been shot dead by unknown gunmen along Benin-Auchi express way. Unconfirmed report has it that one of his companions was kidnapped in the process while his driver was set free. Details shortly…

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  • Spending: Charley Boy, Group Set To Occupy NASS, Others

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    The popular Nigerian celebrity, Charles Oputa, aka, Charley Boy, in conjunction with #OccupyUNLIMITED & Be The Change Org has concluded arrangement to occupy the National Assembly, RMDFC and other state institutions that are engaged in wasteful spending of public resources. The groups disclosed this on Friday at a press briefing in Abuja. According to Charley…

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  • 2019 Behind APC Crisis – Oyegun

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    The national chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie Oyegun, yesterday in Sokoto attributed the recent conflict in his party to desperate efforts at controlling the party’s apparatus ahead of the 2019 elections. Chief Oyegun insisted that, as far as he was concerned, the APC remained in good shape, noting that…

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  • Emergency Powers: Between PMB’s Concerns And NASS’ Suspicion

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    The quest for emergency powers by the executive is already raising apprehension. What will become of the Bill when President Muhammadu Buhari presents it to the National Assembly by September? EMAMEH GABRIEL ponders. The economic team headed by Vice President Yemi Osibanjo, saddled with the responsibility of reviewing certain policies, had early this week, after…

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  • PDP: Judiciary In Eye Of The Storm

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    In this report, EMAMEH GABRIEL, writes on the conflicting court ruling and judgments over the leadership tussle in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). While the rumbles in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) persists, the litany of litigations and controversial courts’ rulings emanating from the interminable battle in the party has left a lot to be…

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  • Edo 2016 And The Gang-Up Against Oshiomhole

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    Since he was re-elected in 2012, the Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole has not had respite from constant attacks from political forces made up of top politicians in the state. His former allies now in the opposition have staged a skirmish against him that is more of a vendetta than playing the opposition as election…

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  • Intrigues Of Saraki’s Perceived Realignment

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    Is Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, battle weary? EMAMEH GABRIEL and NELSON YAX OMONU write on his recent reallocation of committees to his antagonists in the upper chamber, which smacks of a peace offering to his party, All Progressives Congress (APC). The senate president, Bukola Saraki last Thursday, made a move that took political analysts…

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