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Posters of Former Vice president, Atiku flooded PDP Secretariat Katsina

The posters of the former vice-president Atiku Abubakar flooded Katsina State of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP. The former vice-president who has since made his intention known that he wants to contest for 2019 presidential election, has not made it clear the party he's going to fly the flag. 
Atiku who's also the Chieftain of All Progressives Congress APC has so many loyalists in Peoples Democratic Party PDP. Among them were those who  carried his posters to PDP Secretariat saying 'we love you Atiku, we want you back'. 

N-Power under fire as applicants find it so difficult to check their results

N-Power, the Nigerian Government empowerment scheme, ​has come under criticisms by applicants ​seeking to ​​know​ their pre-selection status.

N-Power had explained how applicants can check their status But no one was able to access the page on the N-Power website as ​at 1:00am ​Tuesday despite assurances that it would be uploaded at11:30pm Monday.
Applicants are expressing their anger at the situation, while lamenting inability to get the information that kept them awake.
dailypost report

Zimbabwe's parliament set to impeach Mugabe today

Zimbabwe’s parliament has disclosed that Robert Mugabe may be removed from the presidency within two days. Paul Mangwana, Zanu-PF’s deputy secretary for legal affairs, said this on Monday.

He told reporters at the party’s Harare headquarters that impeachment was being planned as early as Tuesday.
Mugabe shocked the world during a nationwide broadcast Sunday when he refused to resign.

According to dailypost,Chris Mutsvangwa, head of the country’s influential veterans association, called Mugabe’s refusal to stand down a “dereliction of duty” and said his organization would bring thousands of people back onto the streets in response.

“We were disappointed yesterday in the midst of all those generals he appeared to swap [speeches]” he said on Monday, referring to footage that showed Mugabe shuffling sheets before he began his address.

Mugabe has been under house arrest since the Zimbabwean military seized control of the country last week to prevent him from installing his wife, Grace, as his su…

Senator Gbenga Ashafa Commiserate with the Ekwueme family

"I commiserate with the Ekwueme family, the entire Ndigbo and our dear Country Nigeria, over the death of our Late Vice President, Elder States Man and Nationalist, Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme GCON, who passed on to glory on 19th November, 2017.

I would always remember Dr. Ekwueme as an elder-gentleman who displayed a brilliant appreciation of National issues and always maintained a high command of reason and temperance in the face of issues that stirred passion among many others. He was also an advocate of a well balanced Nigeria where the rule of law and equity prevails.

Nigeria would surely miss his wealth of experience, knowledge and influence which he made readily available at every moment same any of these were required of him.

May his gentle soul Rest in Perfect Peace."

Paul Okoye once again blames peter for their breakup

One of the PSquare music duo, Paul Okoye, has again blamed his twin brother, Peter, for the group’s break up.
According to Premium Times, Paul stated this while performing solo during Sunday night’s Phynofest music carnival at ‘The Cathedral’, Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium Enugu.

The convener of the show and rap king, Phyno, had after performing his popular duet with Olamide ‘Fada Fada’ alone apologised for the ‘Wo’ crooner’s absence in this year’s show.

"But I have a surprise for you", he told the disappointed crowd.

He then started his collaboration song with Psquare, ‘Financial Woman,’ at which point Paul, who now goes by the stage name Rudeboy, joined him on stage to sing the song’s chorus.

At the end, Paul in response to questions from the crowd on the whereabouts of his brother replied that Peter was in America and burst into laughter.

Paul would go on to perform a few of the group’s old songs but the crowd kept asking him about the whereabouts of his brother Peter.

At a point, he s…

American Serial Killer, Charles Manson died at 83

Infamous serial killer Charles Manson, whose name became synonymous with evil after his arrest in connection with the 1969 killings of actress Sharon Tate and eight other people, has died of natural causes.

 He was 83 and serving nine life sentences in California’s Corcoran State Prison at the time of his death.

"I said a prayer for his soul,” Sharon Tate’s sister Debra tells PEOPLE of the moment after she received a call from a prison official informing her of Manson’s death Sunday evening.
A career criminal who spent over half his life in prison before masterminding one of the most notorious mass killing sprees of the 20th century, Manson became the leader of a group of young followers he convinced to murder for him and who became known as the Manson “family.”
The savage slayings shocked and terrified the nation and were part of Manson’s efforts to launch a race war — which he named “Helter Skelter” after the Beatles song.
“Some people glorify him as a sort of master outlaw,” Vinc…

Former MBGN, Munachi Teresa Abii is the cover up of WOW Magazines latest edition

Former MBGN winner, Munachi Teresa Abii is the cover of WOW Magazine latest edition. In an interview the Rap artiste talked about her career, her hiatus from music industry, her love life and many more.

''Before I really wanted to be seen in a certain way, doing JUST one thing. But I didn't know how to make peace with those other gifts, the other gifts God has given to me. So rather than stay afraid to explore my many gifts and different Sides. I chose to be glad, thankful and showcase all that I have inside of me. I feel suffocated when I am doing just one thing. I get it that everybody is focusing on one thing that‘s cool but I am a lot at things.

I am happy when I am making music. and thankfully, I am back in the studio, thank God. Initially I just expressed myself as a child and I didn’t know literally what I wanted to talk about or where I was going with my music. I think about that time. I knew I could do music but I allowed judgment of other people and other influence…

Miss Nigeria, Chioma Obiadi says she won't respect her husband if she's not smart

Speaking with Punch, Chioma Obiadi, the Anambra State-born beauty who won the Miss Nigeria beauty pageant in 2016, opened up about her journey to the throne, her plans for the future, marriage, and more. 

See the excerpts from the interesting interview.

Asked about falling in love, marriage and the man she may end up with

she candidly said: “I think love is giving, love is sacrifice and it is a decision. You cannot decide to fall in love, but you can decide to stay in love. My husband must be Godfearing and smart because if he is not smart, I may not be able to respect him.

Of course, the man must completely adore me too. I want to have two children, a girl and a boy.”

Asked if gender may affect her aspirations, she said: 

“I want to be seen as a woman who believes nothing is too big to be achieved. Just as you can create hell in your mind, you can also create heaven in your mind. It is your choice.”

Asked how the crown affected her social life, she said: 

“I have learnt that life is not a be…

Anambra Election: Obaze rejects the outcome of the election

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has declared incumbent Anambra state governor, Willie Obiano, as the winner of the state governorship election that held yesterday November 18th. 

He pulled a total of 195, 256 votes to beat his close rival, APC's Tony Nwoye who pulled a total of 79, 885. PDP's Oseloka Obaze, pulled 60, 967 votes to come THIRD.

But the candidate of the PDP in the Anambra State governorship election, Obaze, has rejected the result of the poll and described the outcome of the election as pre-determined. According to him, the results of the local governments did not reflect the voting pattern.

When asked if he was satisfied with the exercise, the PDP candidate said, “No, not quite. This seems to be a pre-determined result because it is not consistent with the voters’ turnout and the pattern.

It has never happened in Anambra politics that the winner wins 21 local governments. So, we need to look closely at what happened, why the incumbent governor is…

Former President Jonathan clocks 60 today

The former president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Azikiwe Ebele Jonathan clocks 60 today.

Dr Goodluck Jonathan became vice president to the late President Yar'dua from 2007-2009, became acting President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria from 2009-2010.
He was immediately sworn in as a President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria after the death of his late boss Yar'dua in March/April 2010. He contested in 2011 and he won in a grand style. 
He was a president from 2011- 2015 when lost to the current president Buhari.  Jonathan style of politics has given hope to African people and indeed a positive signal to world that Africans can get it comes to conducting free and fair elections. 
*congratulations boss.. U shall live to see many more years and beyond

Popular Yoruba Actor, Odunlade graduates after five years from UNILAG

The popular Nollywood Yoruba Actor, Odunlade graduates from University of Lagos.
 Odunlade who went back to school five years ago to study business administration at University of Lagos, finally becomes a graduate of University of Lagos.

Immediately after his final paper, all his friends were struggling to have some pictures with him because they are going to miss him

*congratulations bros

Photo: Omosexy

Nollywood Diva, Omotola Jollande Ekeinde looks so amazing in her new dress as she grazed the wedding ceremony between Adesua Etomi and Banky W.

Former Cross River State Governor, Donald Duke sets to contest for 2019 presidential election

Former Governor, Donald Duke, has indicated interest in contesting in 2019 Presidential election.

In an interview with Dele Momodu, he disclosed he would be contesting under the Peoples Democratic Party's umbrella.
“Dele, do you want to hear the truth? I seriously want to run but my party, PDP, would have to decide on many things… Our party is well-positioned to win the next election if we can change our style a bit and beat APC at its own game. We must take advantage and benefit from our experience since 1999.

Despite our apparent mistakes, Nigerians can now compare and contrast us with APC. What do we need to win the next elections? We must go to the field with our best candidates. We must learn from how we select our footballers. No one cares where you come from.

Can you play well? Pronto. We must show clearly that we are more democratic. Zoning is good, but it has not worked well in Nigeria. The time has come to unleash the best brains from every part of Nigeria. We must galvanise…