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Anambra to add 16 new schools to feeding programme

The Anambra Government has concluded plans to extend the school feeding programme to the 16 new public schools established by Gov. Willie Obiano in the last four years. Chief Olisah Nzemeka, Chairman of Anambra State Universal Basic Education Board (ASUBEB), disclosed this in an interview in Awka on Friday. Nzemeka said that the

Anambra Guber: Centre LSD Interim Report

Preamble The present Anambra state was created from the old Anambra State (which comprised Enugu and Anambra States) on the 27th of August 1991. The state is bounded by Delta, Abia, Kogi, Enugu, and Imo States. According to the 2006 Census, Anambra has a population of 4, 055, 048 people. The

Anambra Guber: Obiano on a landslide

APGA candidate coasts home to victory Election peaceful, turnout large   The candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance and Governor of Anambra State in yesterday’s governorship election in the state, Chief Willie Obiano, is most likely to win re-election when the final result of the election is announced. Unconfirmed reports

Anambra Guber: Masked soldiers, massive security and high stakes

Early exit polls indicate low voters’ turn out Jude Johnson The tension remained very high across Anambra State as a result of high stakes in the ongoing governorship elections in the state necessitating massive security presence. According to political observers and analysts, today’s election would serve as a pointer to what would

Anambra 2017: Intersociety Call For Issue Based Campaign  

A civil society organisation, International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law( Intersociety), has called upon governorship candidates for  the forthcoming Anambra State governorship election to desist from their  voodooist utterances and sloganeered irrelevancies and face the State electorates with issue and governance based campaigns. According to the group,

Op-ed: Willie Obiano, a proverbial bird in the hand

By  Ayo Thomas Following the emergence of candidates for the November 18 Anambra State governorship election, the battle for the occupation of Awka government house has now entered its critical stage where real issues of moving the state forward and money politics synonymous with the State electioneering process are, obviously, in stiff contention. Prior to