Tag Archive: election

People’s Democratic Party and 2019 Presidential Election

The People’s Democratic Party of Nigeria (PDP) is arguably the foremost opposition political party in Nigeria today even though they are currently mired in an intraparty warfare for the chairmanship of the party. The party is currently in a mess and they are so factionalized that they cannot even see straight. Mr. Ali Modu Sherriff …

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People’s Democratic Party and 2019 Presidential Election

The People’s Democratic Party of Nigeria (PDP) is arguably the foremost opposition political party in Nigeria today even though they are currently mired in an intraparty warfare for the chairmanship of the party. The party is currently in a mess and they are so factionalized that they cannot even see straight. Mr. Ali Modu Sherriff …

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Outrage Over President Buhari’s Appointments

A lot of Nigerians especially from the Southern part of the country are expressing outrage and condemnation of appointments made so far by President Muhammadu Buhari. Their beef is that appointments made so far by the president lacks gender balance and regional equity. Out of the 35 key appointments made so far by the president, …

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Presidential Debate and PVC Controvesy

It is unfortunate to hear that General Muhammadu Buhari, presidential candidate of All Progressive Congress (APC) will not participate in the presidential debate on the ground that the debate panel are biased against him. For the record, the presidential debate is coordinated by Nigeria Election Debate Group (NEDG). NEDG is a coalition of broadcast organizations, …

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INEC Debacle in Anambra State

I was in Nigeria just before the November 16, gubernatorial election.  Run up to the election was great.  The gubernatorial candidates conducted themselves in a professional manner.  The major candidates appear to be well educated, knowledgeable and in command of the issues.  The debate conducted by the National Election Debating Group (NEDG) was conducted in …

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