2019: Nigerians eager to vote out non-performing govt –Orubebe

Ebis Orubebe, the President of Nigeria Unity Project, in this interview, speaks about the unending insecurity problem in Nigeria, the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration and 2019 general elections, among other issues. TEMITOPE OGUNBANKE reports     What is Nigeria Unity Project group all about? Ours is a grassroots based movement known as Nigeria Unity Project, is made up of very patriotic Nigerians, primarily to mobilize and woo the Nigerian masses in support of a new generational leader with exceptional qualities, which would also include a leader who is well…

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Jega: Danger looms for 2019

Ex-INEC chair decries hate speech, political violence Buhari mocks Orubebe, vows to confront agents of violence NLC: 19 years of democracy, Nigerians now paupers IBB: Governance has been polarised on ethnic, religious lines Dogara: Nigeria’s democracy fragile PDP: N10trn missing under APC   Former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega, yesterday raised the alarm of an imminent danger ahead of the 2019 general elections, if the rate of hate speeches and violence witnessed during the justconcluded primaries of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in some…

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Waiting for Orubebe in church

It is not unusual to invite prominent figures to deliver lectures on burning issues of national concern.  In fact, many people have used various opportunities, especially during their birthdays, to consolidate their relationship with prominent politicians. This, perhaps, was the situation on Thursday, October 27, when a prominent Minister of God in Calabar, Bishop Emmah Isong, celebrated his 53rd birthday.  Isong is the presiding Bishop of Christian Central Chapel International (CCCI) and the current National Publicity Secretary of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN).  Over the years, Isong, known for…

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