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#NigeriaDecides Buhari vs Jonathan: Beyond The Election By Chukwuma Charles Soludo

I need to preface this article with a few clarifications. I have taken a long sabbatical leave from partisan politics, and it is real fun watching the drama from the balcony. 5,924 more words

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APGA Primaries: Chief Obiano wins with 817 Votes

Reports from the Women Development Centre in Awka venue of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Governorship Primaries for Anambra State indicates that Chief Willie Obiano, a former executive Director at Fidelity Bank has defeated other aspirants with 817 votes to emerge the party candidate for Anambra Governorship election slated for 16th of November 2013. 89 more words

Abuja Court throws out Soludo's Disqualification Case.

Former Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Prof. Charles Soludo has lost out on his quest to become the candidate of The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), in the Anambra governorship elections as an Abuja high court has dismissed his case. 73 more words

Whose Interest Is Gov Peter Obi Serving? By James Ubadike.

By James Ubadike

The most awful news from the ever dynamic Nigerian political scene in the last few days is the disqualification of the immediate past Central Bank of Nigeria governor, Chukwuma Charles Soludo, from the primary election of the… 1,133 more words


Confusion in APGA As Group Says No To Imposition Of Soludo As APGA Candidate

There seems to be confusion in the camp of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, Anambra chapter following the intended imposition of the former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor, Prof. 491 more words

Anambra 2013: Clash of the titans

Ahead of Anambra governorship poll, aspirants seeking to flag off their political parties are in fight to finish in preparation for their party primaries, as they are adopting every available slogan and strategy to woo supporters to their side. 3,157 more words

#Anambra2013Elections: Top Five Governorship Contenders?

By Nwachukwu Egbunike

Recently in Twittvilla, we had a discussion on the ‘prominent’ candidates for the 2013 elections and where they stand. What I present below is a summary of the conversations a la the four outstanding contestants; their good, bad and ugly; and their chances of victory.

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