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Dear President Jonathan: Niyi Osundare, 2014 Nigerian National Merit Award Winner, Writes

Dear President Jonathan, let me begin this letter by telling you what you already know; by reminding you of what you are not expected to have forgotten: the year 2015 has been predicted to be, and is being widely seen as, the year of Nigeria’s unravelling. 1,777 more words


Nine of the 14 candidates cleared by the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) for the presidential election have begun crucial talks with the Candidate of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Goodluck Jonathan, on the possibility of stepping down for him. 198 more words


Romney Out in 2016

Good news/bad news.

The good news is Romney will not be running for president in 2016.

Romney does not have the ability to be a good president. 41 more words


I'm Sorry For Abandoning Your State, Jonathan Begs Akwa Ibom People; Promises To Remember Them If Re-elected

President Goodluck Jonathan publicly admitted that he has failed to bring any development to Akwa Ibom State despite the massive support he has enjoyed from the state. 449 more words


AIT Versus Buhari: Right Of Reply On AIT Documentary Against General Buhari, GCFR

The AIT has been airing a sponsored programme called ‘The Real Buhari’ in which attempts were made to discredit General Buhari and thereby weaken the candidacy of the General in the forthcoming elections. 5,372 more words


The TV presenter leading the polls in the Italian presidential race

Giancarlo Magalli is a TV presenter specialized in morning and afternoon entertainment shows. He doesn’t make the headlines, but people still know who he is. However, nobody would expect him to be chosen as the preferred candidate for the Presidency of the Republic in a recent poll. 106 more words


Pope Poised to Influence 2016 Presidential Race

  • …nearly all of the presidential hopefuls are Roman Catholic or have Roman Catholic backgrounds. On the GOP side, there’s Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Bobby Jindal.
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