We can’t continue fighting for Jonathan, he should fight for himself -Dokubo-Asari

Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari means different things in different quarters. Some schools of thought consider him an alarmist; others think he is a troublemaker. In some quarters too, he is considered a hero and a lord of his own world. Asari, always controversial, and vitriolic in his views, he always fights to a logical end.

Ogun 2015: War looms in Amosun’s quarters

Although the 2015 governorship election in Ogun State and Nigeria is still two years away, the heat is on in the Gateway state. The Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun is facing opposition from within and outside his government based on his style of governance. Add to the mix the quest of the Yewa people of Ogun West Senatorial District to have one of their own as the helmsman of the state, Amosun may already have his hands full.

Apga: “Civil War” Obi Vs Umeh

Peter Obi Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegu Ojukwu Eze- Igbo Gburugbru, begged N’Igbo to grant him his last wish, which was to give Governor Obi of Anambra State a second tenure in office. 

Bode George: Between a good name and material acquisition in leadership

Having traversed the highest and most enviable places in the world and crowing it with a two-year stint at the lowest levels of life, a jail term, Chief Olabode George, a former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, prides himself as having seen it all.

Removal of immunity clause won’t stop corruption- Anyadubalu, lawyer, activist

Mr. Ugonnia Pat Anyadubalu, a Lagos based legal Practitioner, is  prolific writer, social Critic and columnist. In this interview with ENYINNAYA APPOLOS, he spoke on topical issues in the polity.


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