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  •  Okoli LP chieftain urges issues based electioneering cautions against divisive campaigns
    Okoli, LP chieftain urges issues-based electioneering, cautions against divisive campaigns
     Okoli LP chieftain urges issues based electioneering cautions against divisive campaigns
    Okoli, LP chieftain urges issues-based electioneering, cautions against divisive campaigns
    General news2 weeks ago

    Okoli, LP chieftain urges issues-based electioneering, cautions against divisive campaigns

    Chief Rommy Okoli, a chieftain of the Labour Party has called on the Nigerian electorate to focus on electing candidates that can give them the future they want and avoid distractions from divisive elements.

    Okoli, a former governorship aspirant in Anambra on the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) gave the advice while speaking to newsmen Awka on Friday.

    The former chairman of Nnewi South Local Government Area condemned deliberate attempts by politicians and their media handlers to divert attention from issues of national importance to attacks on peoples and ethnic nationalities.

    Okoli said Peter Obi had the experience, capacity, discipline, integrity, humility and managerial skills to turn things around in Nigeria.

    According to him, Obi has economic ideas, he is in a better position to manage Nigeria’s economy with the vice presidential candidate, Sen. Yusuff Datti Ahmed; therefore I urge Nigerians to support him.

    “It is sad that instead of dwelling on the state of the nation and type of leaders we need to address these challenges, paid agents are busy stoking the embers of hatred, ethnicity, religion and division.

    “Even if opinions are free they say, they should be within the limits of decency, objectivity and respect for one another with national unity, safety and peace in mind.

    “It is only when a politician doesn’t have any programme or manifesto that he will mobilise hirelings to be attacking opponents; thank God, Nigerians don’t fall for such antics anymore,” he said.

    Okoli, who is popularly known as apostle, thanked Nigerians for their massive participation in the just concluded Continuous Voters Registration which drove the number of prospective voters to an all time high of over 90 million.

    He said the surge in the number of voters was as a result of improved confidence in the electoral system and their desire to have a say in who would become their next president.

    “I wanted to thank the Independent National Electoral Commission for a job well done, to capture as much people as wanted to register or regularise their voting status, it was a huge success.

    “My advice is that people should endeavour to get their permanent voter cards and make sure they vote for their preferred candidate in February next year, not just the presidential election but all the contested positions,” he said.

    Okoli expressed worries about the security situation in the country especially the terrorism scare in Abuja, the federal capital territory and urged security chiefs to act on the directive of Mr President to rid Nigeria of all form criminality.

    He said the country should be secured to ensure that the election took place as scheduled without problems.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  2023 APGA guber candidate pledges free tax to new ventures in Ebonyi if elected
    2023: APGA guber candidate pledges free tax to new ventures in Ebonyi if elected
     2023 APGA guber candidate pledges free tax to new ventures in Ebonyi if elected
    2023: APGA guber candidate pledges free tax to new ventures in Ebonyi if elected
    General news2 weeks ago

    2023: APGA guber candidate pledges free tax to new ventures in Ebonyi if elected

    2023: APGA guber candidate pledges free tax to new ventures in Ebonyi if elected   Tax By Christian Ogbonna Abakaliki, Aug. 2, 2023 Prof Benard Odoh, Ebonyi Gubernatorial Candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), says he will offer tax holiday to new ventures into the state if elected in 2023. Odoh made the pledge while speaking with newsmen in Abakaliki on Tuesday.

    stating that huge tax imposition could retard growth of small scale businesses and cripple the economy.

    The candidate stressed that the proper thing to do to allow businesses to grow was to cut down taxes imposed on small and medium enterprises.

    “If elected into power in 2023 as governor, I will reduce tax on business.

    In fact, the proper thing to do is to give tax holiday to new ventures to come in and set up their businesses.

    “Allow them like one or two years to stabilize before imposing taxes.

    When I become the governor, our tax is going to be properly harmonized.

    “We will not over tax people, we will not double tax people.

    Small scale businesses all over the world is the most rapid way to pull people out of poverty.

    “I have talked, consistently, about ease of doing business; where someone comes to do business and all he ends up seeing is losing money because of the hostility of the environment.

    ”We are going to create a conducive environment for investors,” Odoh added.

    The APGA candidate said he would do everything possible to pull the people out of poverty, boost education and healthcare.

    “My contenders are issues surrounding accountability, issues on peace of the state.

    If I am able to successfully deliver key governance solutions that address these needs, I think my job would have been done.

    ”So, those issues are my contenders not the people who are in the party.

    “PDP and APC are not my contenders, let us all stick to the issues, let Ebonyi people hear us and know what are our plans on issues that cut across all sectors.

    “Today, 82. 5 per cent  of Ebonyi people are unemployed and that is about 2.4 million people of the state are unemployed,” the candidate explained.

    Odoh pointed out that his first major hurdle would be on job creations for the people.

    According to him, unemployment constitutes the communal crisis, and other crimes witnessing across state.

    “You know you can easily convert a hungry man into thuggery.

    A man who is hungry is vulnerable, he can be used for all kind of evil.

    “When I become the Governor, I can’t be interested in who is a town union president in the village, who will be Student Union Government (SUG) President, who is the Chairman of Okada riders or Chairman of bus drivers.

    “The first question is how do we pull this people out of poverty?

    ,” he noted.


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  •  APC sweeps Ebonyi LG polls
    APC sweeps Ebonyi LG polls
     APC sweeps Ebonyi LG polls
    APC sweeps Ebonyi LG polls
    General news3 weeks ago

    APC sweeps Ebonyi LG polls

    The Ebonyi State Electoral Commission has declared the candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as winners of all the chairmanship and councillorship seats in the local government elections held on Saturday.

    The Commission said the ruling party won the polls in all the 13 local government areas of the state.

    The Chairman of the state Independent Electoral Commission (EBSIEC), Mr Jossy Eze, made the announcement in Abakaliki on Sunday at the commission’s Headquarters.

    According to Eze, APC won all the 13 local government chairmanship seats and the 171 councillorship seats.

    He commended the electorate for ensuring that the polls were free and peaceful.

    “By the power vested in me by the law, I hereby declare the results of the Chairmanship of each of the 13 local government as follows.

    “One, Abakaliki Local Government, Mr Ebere Nwogba of the APC, having satisfied the requirements of the law and scored the majority of valid votes cast at the election, is hereby returned as duly elected.

    Other elected APC Chairmen included Chinedu Uburu, Ebonyi LGA; Chidiebere Uzor, Onicha LGA; Chinonso Ajah, Ohaozara LGA; Ibiam Nnajiofor, Afikpo North and Ekuma-Nkama Chima, Afikpo South.

    “This Commission has received, considered, validated and adopted the results of each of the 171 cancilliorship of the wards.

    That is to say that APC have won in all the wards,” he added.

    A Resident, Mrs Mary Akpoke, who spoke with NAN after the reault was announced, decried the development of conducting an election with only one political party.

    “Myself, I went out to vote but I do not know the other contesting political parties aside the APC.

    This is why the election recorded high level of apathy,” Akpoke said.

    Mr Emma Nweke, a teacher also expressed concern over conduct of the elections in favour of only the ruling party, APC.

    NAN recalls that the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and other political parties in the state boycotted the LG polls.

    Mr Ricky Okorouka, state Chairman of the Party, had said that their decision not to participate in the elections was due to the refusal of the electoral body to reduce the N1 million and N200,000 nomination fees imposed for Chairmanship and Cancillorship.  

    Mr Chika Nwoba, Publicity Secrectary of the Peoples Democractic Party (PDP) in Ebonyi, described the elections as “one man-show”.

    According to Nwoba, PDP is not part of the elections held on Saturday.

    Mr Uburu Chinedu, Chairman-elect, Ebonyi Local Government Area, commended the electoral commission and pledged he would focus more on human capital development.

    (NAN)
    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Presidency frowns at threats by opposition Senators to begin impeachment proceedings against Buhari
    Presidency frowns at threats by opposition Senators to begin impeachment proceedings against Buhari
     Presidency frowns at threats by opposition Senators to begin impeachment proceedings against Buhari
    Presidency frowns at threats by opposition Senators to begin impeachment proceedings against Buhari
    General news3 weeks ago

    Presidency frowns at threats by opposition Senators to begin impeachment proceedings against Buhari

    The Presidency has frowned at the threats by some opposition members of the Senate to begin impeachment proceedings against President Muhammadu Buhari over nation’s security challenges.

    Some Senators from opposition political parties, including the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) were reported to have expressed frustration over the nation’s security problems, giving the president a six-week deadline to address the issue or face impeachment proceedings.

    However, Malam Garba Shehu, the President’s spokesman, in a statement on Wednesday night described the impeachment attempt as ridiculous.

    The statement read in part: ”The performative and babyish antics of those senators staging a walk out notwithstanding, Senate President Ahmad Lawan’s refusal on Wednesday to entertain the ridiculous motion to impeach our President was quite appropriate and correct.

    ”Rather than making a mockery out of voters by trying to imitate what they see in America, the opposition would be well advised that their time would be better spent tackling the pressing issues Nigerians face, such as the current global cost of living crisis.

    ”Their continued failure to do so goes some way to explaining why they remain in opposition.

    ”In contrast, the President Muhammadu Buhari administration is committed to finding lasting solutions to the emerging security threats, including those left behind by the PDP in the South-South, the Northeast and throughout the federation.

    ”In the last 24 hours, two more Chibok girls were freed, in addition to the three brought home last week.

    ”These kinds of headline grabbing stunts for which the opposition is now well known serve no one, least of all their constituents.

    ”We would respectfully remind them that it is those same constituents that they were elected to serve, and are paid to do so with public money.

    ” The presidential aide, however, expressed the readiness of the All Progressives Congress led administration to partner with all well-meaning citizens including members of the opposition to address the security challenges across the country.

    He said: ”We would welcome their collaboration in our efforts to solve the problems Nigerians face on a daily basis.

    No one is asking them to waste their time attempting to impeach a democratically elected President at the end of his second term – certainly not their constituents.

    ”They should ask themselves: do they want to be in government or do they want to be in the headlines?

    If they want to be in government they should start acting like it and stop undermining Nigerian voters.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  De accreditation of Abia poly exposes govt s failure says APGA
    De-accreditation of Abia poly exposes govt’s failure, says APGA 
     De accreditation of Abia poly exposes govt s failure says APGA
    De-accreditation of Abia poly exposes govt’s failure, says APGA 
    General news4 weeks ago

    De-accreditation of Abia poly exposes govt’s failure, says APGA 

    The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Abia has said that the de-accreditation of Abia Polytechnic, Aba has further exposed the failure of the State Government in the education sector.

    The state Chairman of the party, Rev.

    Augustine Ehiemere, stated this while reacting to the withdrawal of the accreditation to the institution by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).

    The NBTE on Tuesday announced the withdrawal of the polytechnic’s accreditation over the 30 months arrears of salaries and allowances allegedly owed to the workers.

    The development was coming barely two months after the National Universities Commission withdrew the accreditation to the Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Aba, over alleged “inadequacies”.

    In a statement made available to newsmen in Umuahia on Friday, Ehiemere described the ugly situation in the two institutions as “the last straw that has broken the camel’s back.” “Abia people have taken enough punishment from the PDP government.

    Enough is enough,” he stated.

    Ehiemere, therefore, urged Goc.

    Okezie Ikpeazu “to show some decency by resigning honourably and apologising to Abia people for the misrule his government has foisted on them”.

    The statement, entitled, “The desolation of Abia by the PDP misrule,” further decried the alleged collapse of teaching and learning infrastructure in the two institutions.

    It expressed disappointment that Ikpeazu could neither  maintain or improve on the institutions he inherited and did not build new ones.

    The party also expressed concern that the institutions, which were efficiently run by past administrations, were undergoing serious existential challenges under Ikpeazu.

    It, therefore, advised the Abia electorate to take advantage of the 2023 elections “to ensure that Abia is rescued from the stranglehold of PDP by voting for APGA.

    “We are poised to restore Abia to the path of hope and glory.

    “We call on the Abia people to remain steadfast in their support for APGA.

    “A new star of hope is rising within the Abia political horizon.

    “The cock is about to crow again to herald a new day, a new beginning and awakening for the Abia dream.” NAN reports that Abia Government had described the news of the de-accreditation of the polytechnic as shocking.

    The Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Eze Chikamnayo, blamed the development on mismanagement and overstaffing of the institution.

    Chikamnayo claimed that the polytechnic was getting N90 million government’s monthly subvention, in addition  to students’ fees and levies.

    (

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  2023 APGA gubernatorial candidate vows to end street vending by Ebonyi youth
    2023: APGA gubernatorial candidate vows to end street vending by Ebonyi youth
     2023 APGA gubernatorial candidate vows to end street vending by Ebonyi youth
    2023: APGA gubernatorial candidate vows to end street vending by Ebonyi youth
    Economy1 month ago

    2023: APGA gubernatorial candidate vows to end street vending by Ebonyi youth

    Professor Benard Odoh, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate for governor in Ebonyi, said that if elected he would end the peddling of Ebonyi youth in major cities across the country.
    Odoh, a former Secretary of State Government (SSG), made the promise in a statement issued in Abakaliki and made available to journalists on Friday.
    He called the way in which young people had taken the lead in street vending in every major city in the country "worrisome."
    “Our people selling in various states of the federation is a worrying issue.
    “I have plans to get them off the streets, wherever they operate.
    “My government will vigorously pursue the implementation of a strategic plan that I developed as SSG.
    “It is very sad that if you go to Ogbete's main market, Enugu, and do a quick sample of the street vendors and street vendors there, out of 10 or 20, more than 50 percent come from Ebonyi.
    “You do that in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, the story is the same.

    This is very sad,” Odoh said.
    He said that as SSG he designed a policy that would help get the natives off the streets of Lagos.
    He described the policy as "a very effective idea", adding that the Lagos state government had shown an interest in ensuring it succeeded.
    “The state was prepared to provide training centers, implement, monitor and evaluate those processes for six months to a year.
    "We are going to execute that program when we join," said the candidate for governor.
    “We cannot be a government that sits in the Government House in Abakaliki and watches our people populate the streets of the main cities selling.
    “We will not allow that to happen,” he said.
    According to him, the moment we implement the correct policies, our people will return home.
    Odoh, a professor of geophysics, also promised to promote foreign direct investment in the state to create jobs for young people.
    “We must have people who invest in the main industries.
    "We don't have production going on in the state right now," he said.
    Odoh also expressed the need to develop a policy that encourages investors to invest in the state.
    “Investors would not come until the environment is conducive enough for business.
    He also spoke about the APGA's prospects in 2023, saying that the party's team represented the best that people longed for.



    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Governorship candidate pledges to utilise hydro electric dams
    Governorship candidate pledges to utilise hydro electric dams
     Governorship candidate pledges to utilise hydro electric dams
    Governorship candidate pledges to utilise hydro electric dams
    General news1 month ago

    Governorship candidate pledges to utilise hydro electric dams

    The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Niger, Hajiya Khadijah Abdullahi-Iya, has promised to utilise the four hydro-electric dams in the state to ensure uninterrupted power supply if voted into power in the 2023 general elections.Abdullahi-Iya announced this during an interview with newsmen on Monday in Minna.He said that the measure would boost economic activities which would increase the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of the state.She said that if elected as the state governor in the 2023 general elections, her administration would work out modalities whereby the four hydro-electric dams of Kainji Shiroro, Jebba and Zungeru in the state would provide 24 hour uninterrupted electricity to boost economic activities.“We are hosting these dams so we can negotiate and tap into them to enjoy uninterrupted power supply to boost economic activities in Niger state,” she said.The APGA governorship candidate said that when there “is constant power supply, socio-economic activities would thrive and more revenue would accrue to government”.Abdullahi-Iya said that if voted into power, her administration would improve education in the state whereby it would be compulsory for every child in the family to get quality education to tackle poverty.“There is the need to empower the children in every family with good education in order to tackle poverty,” she said.She noted that there was the need to also introduce motherhood into governance, where women would be empowered economically and socially to support their husbands.“You can imagine where every family is empowered with the family value system, it will go a long way in stemming the current security challengs in the state,” she said.She appealed to the people of the state to vote her into power to better their lot.She, however, urged Nigerians to embrace modern democracy, especially politicians, for a better country.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Abia APGA disowns Okorie Njoku pledges loyalty to Oye s leadership
    Abia APGA disowns Okorie, Njoku, pledges loyalty to Oye’s leadership
     Abia APGA disowns Okorie Njoku pledges loyalty to Oye s leadership
    Abia APGA disowns Okorie, Njoku, pledges loyalty to Oye’s leadership
    General news2 months ago

    Abia APGA disowns Okorie, Njoku, pledges loyalty to Oye’s leadership

    The Abia chapter of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) says the founding National Chairman of the party, Chief Chekwas Okorie, is no longer a member of the party. The state Chairman of the party, Rev. Augustine Ehiemere, said this on Friday in Umuahia, while speaking with  newsmen on the authentic national leadership of the party. Ehiemere said that Okorie “was expelled in 2003 for anti-party activities and embezzlement of party funds. “And a few years after his expulsion, he floated the United Peoples Grand Alliance in 2012,” he said, adding that he later joined the APC. The APGA chieftain said that it was preposterous for Okorie to turn around to claim to be APGA’s Presidential flag bearer. He said:  “For record purposes, Chekwas Okorie is not a member of APGA let alone being its presidential candidate. “He has lost his political value and credibility as far as Nigerian politics is concerned. “All his efforts now is to see how he can eke a living by joining Chief Edozie Njoku to parade themselves as the National Chairman and Presidential Candidate of APGA, respectively. “They are both aware that their claims are false and fraudulent.” Ehiemere described Okorie and Njoku as “political impostors, who want to reap where they have not sown”. He said that Chief Ike Oye and Prof. Peter Umeadi remained the authentic National Chairman and Presidential Candidate of the party, respectively. “APGA has only one presidential candidate for the 2023 general elections, Prof. Peter Umeadi, who emerged from a special national convention of the party held in Abuja in June,” he said. Ehiemere said that the name of Okorie, who hails from Alayi in Bende Local Government Area of Abia, “is not in the APGA’s ward register and the same for Njoku, who is from Imo”. He, therefore, warned the public to beware of Okorie and Njoku, alleging that they were being used by the enemies of APGA to cause confusion and distract Oye. He expressed the party’s unalloyed loyalty to Oye-led National Working Committee (NWC). He said that Oye’s leadership style had raised APGA’s political profile, making it the first and only political party in the country to own a National Secretariat in Abuja. “Therefore, Abia APGA passes a vote of confidence on the NWC of our great party, led by Chief Victor Oye. “This is to appreciate the committee for its resilience, doggedness and astuteness in piloting the affairs of the party, which we hope would bring victory to us in 2023,” he said. Meanwhile, Ehiemere and the party’s Legal Adviser, Mr Chukwuemeka Nwokoro, have described the alleged Supreme Court’s decision, declaring Njoku as the National Chairman of the party, as “non-existent”. “No such Supreme Court decision exists anywhere. There is no such judgment by the apex court. “It all emanated from their fraudulent intentions to cause confusion in the party,” Nwokoro said. He challenged Njoku to institute a contempt suit against APGA, Oye and INEC, if he was sure of the existence of such Supreme Court’s decision. “When the decision of a court is flouted or disobeyed, the option left to the litigant is to institute a case of contempt of court,” Nwokoro said. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that APGA recently faced leadership tussle, with Njoku claiming to have obtained a Supreme Court’s decision in his favour. (

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  2023 INEC publishes particulars of Presidential NASS candidates
    2023: INEC publishes particulars of Presidential, NASS candidates
     2023 INEC publishes particulars of Presidential NASS candidates
    2023: INEC publishes particulars of Presidential, NASS candidates
    General news2 months ago

    2023: INEC publishes particulars of Presidential, NASS candidates

    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has published the particulars of some candidates nominated by political parties for the 2023 general elections.
    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the information was published on Friday by INEC in its offices in the country.
    The particulars included those of presidential candidates, their running mates as well as senatorial and House of Representatives candidates.
    The information included that of All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and his running mate, Mr Ibrahim Masari.
    It also included information on Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate and his running mate, Ifeanyi Okowa.
    Others were Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP)and his running mate, Doyin Okupe; Osita Nnadi, presidential candidate of Action Peoples Party (APP) and his running mate,  Isa Hamisu.
    It also included Abiola Kolawole, presidential candidate of Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) and his running mate, Ribi Marshal; Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party and his running mate, Johnson Oladipupo.
    Others were Yabagi Sani, presidential candidate of Action Democratic Party (ADP) and his running mate, Udo Okey -Okoro; Ado-Ibrahim Abdulmalik, presidential candidate, Young Progressives Party (YPP) and his running mate, Enyinna Kasarachi.
    It also included Omoyele Sowere, presidential candidate African Action Congress (AAC ) and his running mate, Garba Magashi; Mamman Dantalle, presidential candidate of Allied Peoples Movement (APM) and his running mate Ojei Princess; Chukwudi Umeadi presidential candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and his running mate Koli Mohammed.

    Others were Oluwafemi Adenuga, presidential candidate of Boot Party (BP) and the running mate Turaku Mustapha; Daberechukwu Nwanyanwu, presidential candidate of Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) and the running mate, Ramalan Abubakar; Dumebi Kachikwu presidential candidate, African Democratic Congress (ADC) and his running mate, Ahmed Mani.

    Hamsa Almustafa, presidential candidate, Action Aliance (AA) and his running mate Chukwuka Johnson among others

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Why I left APGA for Labour Party Umeh
    Why I left APGA for Labour Party – Umeh
     Why I left APGA for Labour Party Umeh
    Why I left APGA for Labour Party – Umeh
    General news2 months ago

    Why I left APGA for Labour Party – Umeh

    Chief Victor Umeh, the former National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has given the reason for defecting to the Labour Party.
    Umeh spoke at a press conference held at the Secretariat of the Anambra Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Awka.
    He said that he dumped APGA because of an alleged conspiracy against him by some party members in the state.
    Umeh emerged the LP candidate for Anambra Central Senatorial District in the 2023 general elections, after leaving APGA.
    “During the last senatorial primary election, which I contested under APGA, it was glaring that some people within the party perfectly wheeled conspiracy to pull me down.
    “That was why I decided to leave APGA,” he said.
    He further said that he joined LP on the advice of the party’s Presidential Candidate, Mr Peter Obi.
    He expressed delight over his movement to LP, saying that the decision had reunited him with Obi.
    He recalled how Obi and himself steered the ship of APGA to victory and opined that a similar fate was about to repeat itself in LP.
    “Nigerians from all shades of opinion want Peter Obi as president in 2023 and what is happening in LP is divine.
    “What is driving him are statements he makes on the management of the resources of the country.
    “These truly represent his conduct on the ways public resources should be managed,” Umeh said.
    He urged Obi’s supporters to ensure they obtained their permanent voter cards ahead of the elections to enable the country witness a progressive era.
    He commended the leadership of Anambra NUJ “for providing a platform for people to communicate to the public”.
    The state Chairman of LP, Mr Ugochukwu Emeh, said it was wrong for some people to say that the party did not have structures across the country.
    “Labour is a political party registered by the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress.
    “It includes the NUJ and we have more than 50 million people who are members of these bodies.
    “In addition to these groups, millions of Nigerian youths, whose future has been messed up by bad leadership, are the ones driving the Obi’s movement,” Emeh said.
    The state Chairman of NUJ, Dr Emeka Odogwu, said the event was organised to provide an avenue for people to be better informed on current political happenings.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN