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It’s time for northeast presidency and Atiku is the man, Says Abba-Gana

Former Minister of Federal Capital Territory [FCT], Alhaji Muhammed Abba-Gana has urged voters from all parts of the country to overwhelmingly elect the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar on Saturday as a fitting reward for the people of Northeast geo-political for their patience and support for presidents

TFP: Whistleblower and Eraskorp’s potential double jeopardy

By Johnson Momodu The rumbling over the Trans Forcados Pipeline (TFP) surveillance contract is yet to settle despite the fact that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Ocean Marine Solutions (OMS) Limited had entered a new contract for the security of the critical national asset. The former contractor, Eraskorp Nigeria

Wanted! Ifeanyi Ubah In The Senate

By Law Mefor Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, the chairman of Capital Oil, wants to go to the Senate and how seriously he would be needed there! The reason is: the Nigerian federation is now so rickety. The crookedness has to be straightened only through a series of constitutional amendments and negotiations that

What to expect from the 2019 presidential election in Nigeria

Jideofor Adibe Nigeria’s presidential election scheduled for February 16, 2019, will be the country’s sixth since May 1999, when the military handed over power to a democratically elected civilian government. Though there are 73 political parties fielding candidates in the election, the race is generally believed to be between the incumbent President Muhammadu

Oil Thieves, Soldiers in Cat and Mouse Game in Delta Creek

By Perez Brisibe Oil thieves illegitimately refining crude oil at Otor-Edo and surrounding communities in Ughelli South Local Government Area, Delta State, and soldiers from the 222 Battalion, Agbarha-Otor, in the state are tangled in a roundabout war. The illegal oil refiners have also destroyed aquatic life in the river, economic crops

Buhari Hasn’t Solved Nigeria’s Security Threats, Will Voters Punish Him?

By Olayinka Ajala Weeks away from another democratic transition in Nigeria, electoral campaigns are in full gear for the dozens of candidates vying for the presidency in the country. Four years from the historic 2015 elections - the first democratic transition not marred by post-election violence - there is palpable tension due to insecurity