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Enugu Guber: - Ohanaeze youths congratulates Mbah, appeal to opposition parties to accept defeat

The Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide has reacted to the outcome of the Enugu State governorship election held on March 18, 2023.  This is coming as the key opposition political parties in the Coal City State have all rejected the declaration of Barr. Peter Mbah of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as the winner of the election.  They have all indicated intention to challenge the outcome of the polls before the Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal.  However, in a statement by the Ohanaeze Youths National President, Mazi Okwu Nnabuike, he urged the aggrieved parties to jettison the idea of challenging Mbah’s victory in court.  Okwu said Mbah, having extended a hand of fellowship to his opponents, they should accept it in the interest of the entire State.  He said, “we are gladdened that the people of Enugu State gave their mandate to Barr. Peter Mbah, just as we pleaded with them when we gave him our endorsement.  “Now that Mbah has emer


By Christian ABURIME Governor of Anambra State, Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo CFR, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) on behalf of the state government. The successful MOU signing ceremony which took place at Government House, Awka, is geared towards ensuring that power supply in the state is made available on a steady basis. Performing the function, Governor Soludo expressed optimism that the signing and execution will translate into positive changes, which is critical in his administration's journey towards a liveable and prosperous homeland. "Long before I was sworn in as Governor, I recognized the importance of power and deeply considered how it could be achieved in the shortest period of time, in at least three to four major cities in the state. "What we did today was to consummate that marriage." The courtship began over a year ago, and I'm overjoyed that the marriage has finally been consummated

Supreme Court Reaffirms Edozie Njoku As National Chairman

  In a lead Judgment, Justice Garba Lawal held that Edozie Njoku was wrongly removed by a Jigawa court.     The Supreme Court has reaffirmed Edozie Njoku as the National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA). The apex court made the pronouncement in a judgement on an application by Njoku, where he sought the regularisation of the amended judgment of Justice Mary Peter Odili delivered on May 9, 2022. Njoku’s motion also followed a letter of the Supreme Court to him on January 19, 2023, wherein the apex court had addressed him as the national chairman of APGA and advised him to approach the court by way of a motion to correct the slip. The accidental slip which was corrected by the Supreme Court has restored Njoku as the actual national chairman of the party that was wrongfully removed by a Jigawa High Court. In a lead Judgment, Justice Garba Lawal held that it was Edozie Njoku that was wrongly removed at Jigawa without being joined as a party. Justice Lawal Subsequently


  The overwhelming support given to the All Progressive Congress, (APC) ,at  the just concluded State House of Assembly elections, is a clear testimony that the good people of Imo state deeply appreciate the numerous projects we have executed in the last three years, particularly in the area of road infrastructure. There is no doubt that this overwhelming and unprecedented support from Imo people is a resounding vote of confidence on the achievements of my government in the last three years. This is most fulfilling and a call to greater dedication to duty and more projects. By giving our great party ,the APC, this landslide victory in the House of Assembly elections,  Imo people have not only endorsed our 3R  prosperity agenda but have encouraged us to sustain our progressive programmes and policies which have impacted positively on them. I extend my profound gratitude to all Imo people for this  overwhelming  confidence. Indeed,our road revolution and other infrastructural development

Declare Peter Mbah winner - Ohanaeze youths tell INEC

The youth wing of apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide has urged the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to declare PDP’s Peter Mbah winner of the governorship election in Enugu State.  National President of the organisation, Mazi Okwu Nnabuike said in a statement on Monday that Mbah won the election.  He asked the INEC not to further delay the final declaration of the results.  “We want to tell the INEC that we are running out of patience; they should without further delay declare Peter Mbah winner of the election.  “Enugu people voted for him and he should be declared winner. The INEC should not set Enugu on fire,” Okwu said in a terse statement.

Atiku, Obi Not Prepared, Only Tinubu Is Prepared To Be Nigeria's President - Bishop Kukah

The controversial Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan-Kukah, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari , former presidents Goodluck Jonathan and Olusegun Obasanjo, among others that led Nigeria, became presidents unprepared. According to the bishop, no President or Head of State in the history of Nigeria ever came prepared for the job of the number one citizen of the country except the President Elect Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu who has been nursing and preparing for the task decades ago. Speaking in an interview with Channels Television on Sunday, Mr. Kukah said, “You can go all the way down in Nigeria, you’re not going to find one single person who has been President or Head of State in Nigeria that came prepared for the job.” The controversial man of God used the analogy of a “bad marriage” to explain the relationship between Nigeria and its political leaders, “I always say to people, as a priest, that the solution to a bad marriage is not a new marriage. It’s ofte

Imo APC alleges PDP frantic efforts to manipulate Ahiazu state constituency election results

In a breaking news story coming out of the Ahiazu Mbaise collation center, tension is said to be high as the All Progressives Congress (APC) alleges that the opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) is attempting to manipulate the results of the March 18th State Assembly election. According to sources at the collation center, the PDP is working against the victory of the APC candidate, and despite a large margin of victory, they are refusing to concede defeat. The APC claims that the PDP is resorting to dirty tactics to try and alter the results in their favor. A video circulating online purports to show a fight breaking out between members of the PDP, who are allegedly attempting to manipulate the vote. However, the APC has issued a statement urging the public to disregard the video, stating that the situation on the ground is different from what is being portrayed. "The video that is being circulated online is misleading and does not reflect the true situation at the colla

Ifeanyi Ubah's YPP Wins 3 Seats in Anambra Assembly.

Wild jubilation has erupted in Anambra state, the homeland of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), as the ruling party in the state survived the wave of the OBIdient Movement in the March 18 House of Assembly election in the state. Available reports show that APGA, party of the incumbent governor, Prof Charles Soludo, won 17 out of 30 Anambra State House of Assembly seats  in the state.  APGA won in Anaocha 2, Njikoka 1, Dunukofia, Aguata 1, Aguata 2, Awka-North, Awka South 2, Orumba South, Ayamelum, Njikoka 2, Idemili South, Ekwusigo, Ihiala 1, Ihiala 2, Anambra West, Oyi and Anambra East Peter Obi's Labour Party (LP), on the other hand, secured eight seats. LP won in Onitsha North 1, Onitsha North 2, Onitsha South 1, Onitsha South 2, Idemili North, Orumba North and Anaocha 1 and Awka South 1. The Young Progressives Party (YPP) of Senator Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah, won three state constituencies. Senator Ubah wielded great influence, and cleared Nnewi North, Nnewi South 1, and N