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Why we returned to PDP, Ex-Gov. Chimaroke’s kinsmen

The Over 1,000 members of the All Progressives Congress(APC),in Agbani, Nkanu West Local Government Area of Enugu State have rejoined the People’s Democratic Party, (PDP).The defectors said their decision was informed by the sterling performances in office by Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of the State. Agbani is the home of the former governor Chimaroke Nnamani, who has also at some time been reported to have returned to the PDP.

Receiving the defectors at the event which took place at Agbani Town Hall, the Chairman of Nkanu West Local Government, Hon Henry Okenwa charged them to work with existing members to ensure that the party converted all the members that had joined APC or any other party.

Okenwa said that “the PDP has a big umbrella that can cover everybody”, stressing that “Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has shown that the PDP umbrella is too big for the privileged few as was witnessed in the past which made some of you to defect to APC.”

In his remarks, the chairman of PDP, Agbani wa…

Chibok girls: Jonathan speaks on abduction, blasts APC govt, Lai Mohammed

Former President, Goodluck Jonathan, has rubbished a statement credited to the Minister of Information and Culture, LaiMohammed that his administration delayed in responding to the abduction of Chibok girls.

Mohammed, while speaking at the foundation laying ceremony of the Editors’ plaza championed by the Nigerian Guild of Editors, said, “Now, don’t compare orange with apple. When Chibok girls were kidnapped, it took the PDP government 18 full days to admit that the girls were kidnapped. This time we swung into action within 24 hours.”

Reacting to the statement, Jonathan told Mohammed to respect his age and stop lying to Nigerians.

In a statement signed on his behalf by his former aide, Reno Omokri, Jonathan described as lies report that his government took 18 days to admit that the Chibok Girls were kidnapped.

The statement sent to DAILY POST reads, “My attention has been drawn to fallacious comments made by the notoriously dishonest Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, to …

You allow old men become President, are you crazy? – Mo Ibrahim carpets African youths [VIDEO]

Renowned philanthropist, ​Mohammed “Mo” Ibrahim ​has lambasted African youths for supporting “old men” to become presidents.

At a recent event, which had former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo, in attendance, the billionaire ​businessman said even countries doing way better than African nations back younger candidates for the presidency.

He said: “Please allow me to be frank, don’t take offence. I wish to start from wherePresident Obasanjo stopped about age. You have been president for so long that’s why you are careful with words.

“You see people at 90 years and about to start new terms, you guys are crazy or what (he said referring to youths in attendance).

“We see people in wheelchairs unable to raise hands standing for election. This is a joke; you are free to laugh…the whole world already laughing at us.

“The US, the most important country in the world, like it or not…Obama who is half African anyway was 46, 47 years.

“If ​Obama was in Kenya, ​what would he be doing, ​he w…

All you need to know about Bermuda Triangle

Every loss it the worst thing. In terms of numbers, the vessel Glomar was lost with a crew of 81. Or the largest, the vessel Berge Istra of 227,912 tons. Additional Information: The Glomar Explorer, built by CIA for the purpose of retrieving a sunken Soviet nuclear sub, was launched in 1972. It was...

m = middle side length shortest side length is 75 miles less than the middle side length m; so, use (m - 75) to represent the length of the shortest side longest side length is 375 miles longer than the middle side length m; so, us (m + 375) to represent the length of the longest side perimeter...

vermont is in gmt time and the bermuda is in ast time

It is reported that at least 20 planes and 50 ships have gone missing in the Bermuda Triangle in the last 100 years. 1,000 people have died or disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle in the last 100 years.


I don't know why you should think that no one returns. Hundreds of thousands of people visit and return from Bermuda, Peurto R…