Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 22nd February 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 22nd February 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 22nd February 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Tinubu’ll get required percentage of votes in S’East –Okadigbo

Senator Margery Chuba-Okadigbo is the Anambra State coordinator of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council. In this interview, she speaks on activities of the council in the state and the party’s chances in the election. OKEY MADUFORO reports   What has been the result of the mobilisation that you have been carrying out in

Masses under exploitation, what a country!

The progressive suffering of the masses of this country, Nigeria, should give any human being with blood running in the vein a serious concern. Few days ago, on arrival in the Federal Capital Territory, I stumbled into two citizens – a commercial driver and passenger fighting over a gallon of kerosene allegedly kept carefully in

Before Nigerians go to the polls

T he long awaited 2023 elections are right here staring at us. It’s indeed a moment every discerning Nigerian has been waiting for. Democracy arguably remained the best system of government. This assertion has been valid for countless decades now.   Many in various quarters have overtime opined that the worst democracy can never be

Presidential Election: Can opinion polls determine outcome?

Ahead of this weekend’s presidential election, ANAYO EZUGWU x-rays results of the different opinion polls released by groups and organisations, both locally and internationally, and the impact their conclusions would have on the outcome of the election   For the first time since Nigeria returned to civil rule in 1999, the forthcoming presidential election is

Battle royale in Ondo towns with multiple monarchs

There have been agelong supremacy battles among traditional rulers in Yoruba speaking South West geo-political zone. BABATOPE OKEOWO reports about the rivalry among towns with multiple monarchs in Ondo State   History is replete with tales of towns in the Southwest geo-political zone battling over superiority among its various monarchs. For years before the creation

British Govt to punish politicians involve in election rigging, violence

The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, has said that the United Kingdom will deal with any individual, politician or group involved in election violence and rigging. Speaking on a Channels Television programme, Politics Today on Tuesday, Laing said the British government will impose a visa ban on those who may want to use

Polls: Emulate Jonathan -Nnamani, Ezeife, others advice politicians

Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani; ex-Anambra State Governor, Chukwuemeka Ezeife and other political stakeholders have advised politicians to emulate former President Goodluck Jonathan in order for a peaceful electoral process. The stakeholders under the aegis of the National Coalition for Peace and Unity (NACOPU), after their inaugural meeting in Abuja Tuesday, called on politicians to

Election: Mark, Suswam, Moro others PDP bigwigs part ways with Ortom over Atiku, Obi candidacies

Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom may have been left alone in his push for Peter Obi to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari. Ortom has since announced that he is backing the candidate of the Labour Party (LP) for Saturday’s presidential poll. Political giants in the state, including former Senate President, David Mark; Senators Gabriel Suswam and

Presidency: Poll projecting Tinubu’s victory a sham- Group

The Democracy Monitoring Alliance (DMA) has said the latest opinion poll projecting the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Tinubu as the likely winner of Saturday’s presidential election by a private business outfit, Freddan Continental Services, is a “sham”. The Country Director of DMA Carl Umegboro, who addressed newsmen on Tuesday in

Polls: Lagos confirms date for mid-term break for schools

    The Office of Education Quality Assurance has enjoined schools in Lagos State to observe the mid-term break for the 2022/2023 second-term academic session. This is made known in a statement by Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, Director General of the OEQA, on Tuesday in Lagos. The statement noted that the directive was contained in the amended

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