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  My Dear People of Imo state, I thank God almighty for another opportunity to deliver an Easter message to you as your Governor. Today, we are joining fellow Christians all over the world to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. It is indeed a unique day in the Christian calendar as It marks the liberation of mankind from bondage to freedom. As the Holy Bible said, God so loved the world, that he sent His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to suffer and die on the cross so that our sins can be forgiven to pave way for us to inherit eternal salvation. It should be instructive to us that our Lord, Jesus Christ, paid the supreme sacrifice for our salvation because of His love for us.  Therefore, as we celebrate Easter, we should reflect on his uncommon love for us which made him to willingly submit himself to shameful death so we can be saved. I urge all of us, therefore, to be Christ like and practise true love for our neighbour. This is the only way we can rec

S/Court Judgement, Recognise Njoku As APGA Chairman, Okorie Tells INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been told that it has a responsibility to comply with the clear judgement of the Supreme Court in line with its consequential orders as clearly spelt out in its enrolled order to recognize Chief Edozie Njoku as the authentic subsisting National Chairman of APGA. Making the admonition he personally signed and made available to this newspaper on Friday in Abuja, yesterday, the founding national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Chief Chekwas Okorie noted that APGA  is the second oldest political party in Nigeria today, adding that the party has immense untapped potential to deepen democracy in Nigeria. He said that INEC has a responsibility to support APGA to grow and contribute to the growth of democracy in the country, saying that the commission has a responsibility to bring the 19-year leadership crisis in the party to a close by doing the needful. In the statement that he titled, “APGA Leadership Crisis: En


The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company PLC (EEDC) has used the occasion of the Easter celebration to felicitate with its customers, as they commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In a statement issued on Thursday by the Head of Corporate Communications, EEDC, Mr. Emeka Ezeh, the company assured customers of its preparedness to provide technical support during the holiday period. He appealed to customers to remain safe and desist from any unsafe act that may result in electrical accident or fatality, urging them to leverage some of the smart electricity service technology introduced to ease their experience, such as the “EEDC Connect APP” which can be downloaded from Google Play Store. He equally affirmed that its Cash Offices will be open for business on Good Friday and on Saturday, between the hours of 9am and 2pm respectively. Ezeh also urged customers to take advantage of the alternative, convenient, easy, and safe electronic payment channels to pay their energy


  — Fingered In The Withholding Of Ideato North And South Certificates of Return  Festus Okoye With Same-Same Partner Ugochinyere Frustrating APC At National And His Home State In Imo State .....Doing the bidding of Tambuwal'PDP Who Nominated Him As INEC Commissioner  It has been revealed to us that the drummer in the bush who is beating for which the mád man is dancing to at the road side is Mr. Festus Okoye Esq as his neutrality in the as an electoral umpire can no longer be ascertained. From very reliable sources, it is Festus Okoye whom it has been discovered is now doing the bidding of his Same-Same Partner, Mr. Ugochinyere Ikeagwuonu who now controls the INEC in the state to dish out instruction on what to do. In the instant cases of Ideato North and Ideato South comes to mind as the certificates of return for the two members-elect from the place who were validly declared as winners and legally returned elected were withheld at the instance of Ugochinyere Ikeagwuonu as those