Category: The 2019 Elections

Nigerians will go to the polls in February 2019. It will be the seventh general elections since the return to democracy in 1999. There will be elections at federal and state levels with Nigerians voting in Presidency, National  Assembly, Governorship and State Legislature elections. Campaigns are underway across social media and on streets.

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Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

Kudos and Clashes: 10 Talking Points From APC Ward Congresses

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Saturday, 5th of May, was scheduled for ward congresses by the All Progressives Congress, APC. It followed from President Muhammadu Buhari backtracking from his earlier support …

MusicThe 2019 Elections

Assurance and Stomach Infrastructure, Thumbs for Heads

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Would you want to know how many of this Sunday’s services nationwide featured, at some point during the ceremony, the hymn ‘Blessed Assurance, Jesus is mine’? …

The 2019 ElectionsThe Muse

Oby Ezekwesili Comments: Yes, Our Young People Have Paid Their Dues But Has Government Failed Them?

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo gave the keynote address at the 11th edition of The Platform, an annual event of speeches and thoughts on nation building organised …

The 2019 ElectionsThe Muse

Kingsley Moghalu Says: Ditch The Dinosaurs! It’s Time For Deliverance

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Professor Moghalu was one of the speakers at the 11th edition of The Platform, an annual event of speeches and thoughts on nation building organised by …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

What Is Wrong With Fela Durotoye’s ‘Mission and Vision 2025’ Speech?

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Yes, that was a difficult read but not because it begins with words about a vision from God. No, there is nothing wrong with Fela Durotoye’s …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

Imo Adult Levy is Taxation without Human Face, Says Opara-Ndudu

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Nick Opara-Ndudu, an All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship aspirant for 2019 gubernatorial election in Imo State, has criticized the introduction of adult levy by Governor …

OpinionThe 2019 Elections

Astray Goes Keyamo, Son of Fawehinmi, By Immanuel James Ibe-Anyanwu

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“Gani Fawehinmi, Nigeria’s conscience, dies at 71”, read The Guardian’s apt front-page headline. In less than a decade after his death, Gani’s legacy has crumbled: Mike …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

Our Naira is Like an Athlete Performing with Steroids

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Have you heard that Nigeria’s foreign reserves are the highest they have been since 2014? That is already one of the points being cited by supporters …

OpinionThe 2019 Elections

Imo 2019: Aspirant Nick Opara-Ndudu Promises Agric Revolution, Economic Empowerment

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The time has come when a well-articulated agricultural policy should be implemented in Imo State to liberate the people from the scourge of poverty and the …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

From Tweets to Streets: Red Card Movement Launches in Abuja

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The Red Card movement, the group aiming to spur citizens around the country to vote out the APC and PDP in the next general elections, was …

OpinionThe 2019 Elections

An Excellent Case for Buhari’s Second Term

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By Pius Adesanmi Two Buharideens, two separate threads far apart, going on simultaneously. Unbeknownst to the other, each make exactly the same case for Buhari. I …

The 2019 Elections

President Buhari Declares Intention to Seek a Second Term, following an interesting couple of months

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President Muhammadu Buhari has formally declared his intention to seek a second term, according to information posted on the presidency’s handle on twitter today. Mr Buhari …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

66% of Collected PVCs Are In States Buhari Won In 2015

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Of all permanent voters cards collected by registered voters across Nigeria, sixty-six percent are in states President Buhari won in 2015. This was revealed by Channels …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 ElectionsThe Muse

Nigeria 2019: Should We Leave Our Fate to the Decision of Only 15%?

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Kingsley Moghalu, a former deputy Governor of the Central Bank, wants you to get your permanent voter’s card (PVC) and prepare to vote when polls open …

Politics and PolicyThe 2019 Elections

The 2019 Elections Timetable is Out: Your Business Starts Now!

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Nigerians will go to the polls on Saturday, February 16, 2019 to elect the President that will initiate the sixth democratic term of the fourth republic. …

ExplainersThe 2019 Elections

What is the Red Card Movement?

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2018 will be an eventful year on the Nigerian political scene and that’s an understatement. After the ruckus of 2017 involving a plethora of stories from …