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Igbo Presidency: No Ethnic Group Will Be Imposed on Nigerians, says Ekweremadu

Says Nigeria now more divided than everUrges dialogueIkem Okuhu calls for more citizens engagement in democratic governance Presents book on 'Debunking Marketing’s Strongest Myths' Godsgift Onyedinefu Ahead of the 2023 elections, former Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, on Wednesday stated that no ethnic group will be unilaterally

Nigeria’s Insecurity Likely to Worsen Until States Own Police Outfits—Ekweremadu

Charges FG to listen to her citizens more on insecurity, economyAs veteran journalist, Ikem Okuhu presents book on rebranding, national cohesion Godsgift Onyedinefu Nigeria's insecurity problems will continue unabated until the security architecture is decentralised and states are allowed to own their own their police outfits, former Deputy Senate President, Ike

Nigeria needs peace to develop — Ekweremadu

Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu says Nigeria needs peace to develop. Ekweremadu stated this in Gombe State on Saturday while inaugurating a 37km road in Deba, Yamaltu-Deba Local Government Area of the state. He said that the state witnessed developmental strides because of the peace that prevailed in the area. Ikweremadu added that

Breaking: Ekweremadu, wife, son, escape assassination attempt

•One assailant nabbed   Senator Iroegbu   The Deputy Senate President (DSP), Sen. Ike Ekweremadu, his wife, and son escaped an assassination attempt at about 4am on Tuesday. This was disclosed in a statement by the Special Adviser (Media) to Deputy President of the Senate, Mr. Uche Anichukwu.   Anichukwu said the armed men discreetly evaded the

FG, Police too big, we must trim them – Ekweremadu

  By Ifeanyi Nwoko Deputy President of the Senate, Chief Ike Ekweremadu has said that the federal Government and its functions must be trimmed if the country is to be administered effectively. This is even as he stated clearly that the solution to Nigeria’s security situation was the decentralisation of the Police and