Presidency: Who Will Obiano Vote For?

Comfort Obi

By Comfort Obi In the final stretch to the February 16 presidential election, the question many people are asking, especially, South Easterners, is: Which presidential candidate will Willie Obiano, the governor of Anambra state, vote for? Let me confess that I have also, in the past couple of weeks, been asking myself the same question. I don’t know about others, but each time I ask myself that question, I just shake my head, and exclaim to nobody, in particular: politics. Ordinarily, the answer should be easy. Ordinarily, nobody should even…

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Nigeria is badly broken, only restructuring can save her – John Gbor, APGA presidential candidate

The Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, (APGA), retired Major General John Wilson Terwase Gbor yesterday in Abuja pledged that, his administration would protect every Nigerian no matter where the person lived. In his acceptance speech after he was endorsed by his party, General Gbor unveiled a five-point agenda which, he said, would promote national security, peace and prosperity of all Nigerians no matter where they lived in the world. The five point agenda which he described as his “irrevocable covenant with Nigerians” are: true federalism based on…

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APGA Set to Unveil Gbor as Presidential Candidate for 2019

The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) party is set to reenact the momentum that catapulted it to national prominence a few years ago when it holds its special convention on Sunday, October 7, 2018. The special convention is specifically to adopt the party’s presidential candidate for the 2019 general elections in Nigeria, General John Gbor from Benue State. Already, the Barcelona Hotel venue of the convention in the ever busy Wuse 2 District of Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, is bustling with activities, preparatory to hosting its special guests. The…

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Why PDP May Lose the 2019 Presidential Election; the APGA Connection

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu PDP supporters and sympathizers are worried. Even some party chieftains who spoke to The Source on the condition of anonymity say they are lost in the maze of confusion.  And here lies the crux of the matter: Six months to the February 2019 presidential election, many Nigerians who want the main opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP back to power are wondering whether the former ruling party is yet to overcome the trauma of defeat almost four years after. They rue that PDP is not showing…

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APC Dies As South west wing Moves to Revive ACN, Buhari’s Men Mull Resuscitation of CPC

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu This is not the best of times for the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC. Less than a week after a section of the party launched a rebellion and styled itself Reformed APC, r-APC, more trouble is looming in the embattled party as its South west wing ; particularly some members of the defunct Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN are reportedly considering resuscitating it (ACN) to protest alleged marginalization of National Leader of APC and former Lagos State governor, Bola Tinubu in the affairs of the party.They are…

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Emerging Mega Party Seals Buhari’s Fate

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu The African Democratic Congress, ADC as a party will after all not enjoy the fruit of endorsement by Nigeria’s former leader, Olusegun Obasanjo in the mould of massive movement to its fold by disechanted politicians from other parties, particularly APC and PDP. Far from being the new “beautiful bride” in the country’s party politics following its adoption by former President Obasanjo’s Coalition for Nigeria Movement (CNM), it has emerged that ADC, one of Nigeria’s fringe political parties will merely serve as a negotiating tool for the Obasanjo’s…

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South east Plots Seizure of Aso Rock

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu   South east geo-political zone is plotting power grab. As 2019 general elections approach, the region has resolved to position itself for a dominant political role. The South east is also looking beyond 2019 in pondering its political future. However, the zone is currently weighing four options and its political leaders are divided along these four. There is the option to stick with the erstwhile ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP with the view of using the party as a vehicle to negotiate for the Vice…

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