Anambra LP: We’ve no room for godfathers

" height="105" width="117" />Engr Samuel Ositadimma Oraegbunam is the Chairman of Labour Party in Anambra State.  In this interview with Tony Okafor in Awka, he revealed among all things how the party is planning to take over the state government house in 2014.  But he vowed that the party will not succumb to the pressure of godfathers.

Fayemi’s cabinet members know he’s failed... we are negotiating with them– PDP chieftain

Prof. Adesegun Ojo was a Chairman, Michael Imodu National Institute for Labour Studies,a governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party,  PDP in 2003 and 2007 in Ekiti respectively. The  Professor of Political Science and International Studies spoke with Assistant Editor, REMI KOLEOSO, on zoning issue in the ruling PDP, leadership in the South West and his future plans, concluding that irrespective of several factions in the PDP in Ekiti State, the party will win come 2014, among other issues.

Why we’re after Umeh, by Nwobu-Alor

Chief Sylvester Nwobu-Alor, a second Republic lawmaker in the old Anambra State, is currently the National Coordinator, APGA Stakeholders Forum. He is regarded and often alleged to be the unofficial spokesman of Governor Peter Obi on party matters. In this interview with some journalists in his office in Awka, Anambra State capital, he x-rays the crisis in APGA and proffers solution to end the impasse. TONY OKAFOR was there.

Abia PDP: Chasing Kalu into irrelevance?

Leaders of the Abia State chapter of the  Peoples Democratic Party, PDP,  last week, were in Wadata House, National Secretariat of PDP for one purpose- to stop a former Governor of the state, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, from re-admission into the party. The stalwarts, led by the Governor of the state, Chief Theodore Orji, said Kalu was a bad influence in the party. JOHNCHUKS ONUANYIM looks at the attempts made by the former governor and the hurdles against his re-admission.

Kogi Assembly impeachment saga: How Abdullahi Bello lost to hi-tech politics

AT last, some semblance of peace may have returned to Kogi State House of Assembly which was engulfed by the leadership crisis, following what was referred to as illegal impeachment of the Speaker, Alhaji Abdullahi Bello and all other principal officers of the House on 16"1 October 2012, barely two days before the official resumption of the house after a long recess.

ACF's death penalty suggestion will stop corruption - Okoro

Arthur Ben Okoro is a Legal Practitioner, Human Rights and Revolutionary Activist. He spoke on a wide range of issues in this interview with DAN AJANAKU.

HOW do you react to President Jonathan's attack on Chief Obasanjo that the military operation in Odi was a disaster?