NIGERIA NEWSPAPERS: TODAY'S THE NATION NEWSPAPER HEADLINES [2ND FEBRUARY, 2018].


Below are the headlines found on The Nation Online Newspaper for today, Friday, 2nd February, 2018.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday urged the youth to be concerned about the character of those who aspire to lead Nigeira. He said they should offer themselves for service.

“Being apolitical, ultimately, does you no good as political leaders make decisions that affect you in many ways. As such, you should be concerned about the character of those who aspire to lead you, just as I urge you to offer yourselves to serve where possible. “

Yesterday’s admonition by the President came as the race for the general elections next year gather steam following last week’s “special press statement” by former President Olusegun Obasanjo, which has generated a flurry of political activities, including  Wednesday’s  inauguration of the Obasanjo-promoted Coalition for Nigeria Movement in Abuja.

President Buhari, represented by a former Vice Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University  (ABU),  Prof. Shehu Abdullahi, told graduands at the 27th Convocation of the Federal University of Nigeria, Minna, the Niger State capital, of the need for mentorship of upcoming leaders to teach them the right thing.  ”It has become imperative as we mentor those who aspire to succeed us as the leaders of a better Nigerian,” he said.


 
Buhari described the youth as the greatest resource of the nation and urged them not to lose hope but to continue the journey of greatness they are destined for.

He urged specialised universities to key into the focus of government on the provision of infrastructure, agricultural and solid minerals development by positioning relevant programmes and faculties.

Buhari advised the youth to join the anti-corruption crusade.

“I assure Nigerians of our commitment to fighting corruption within the ambit of the law.

“However, we need the support of the youth and the entire citizenry to succeed.

“To this end, I implore all students, most especially the graduands, to rededicate themselves as ambassadors in this moral crusade,” he said.


 
Buhari said his administration was determined to address the challenges facing education sector, saying, “it is in this direction that we released N23 billion for the payment of allowances to staff”.

Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Abdullahi Bala, said 3,741 graduands were conferred with various degrees and diplomas.

Bala said of the figure, 3,096 received first degrees with 62 bagging first class; 1,006, second class upper; 1,526 second class lower; 468 third class and 34 pass.

According to him, 426 receive masters degrees; 46 bagged doctorate degrees; 173 others will be given post graduate diplomas

In Abeokuta yesterday, former President Obasanjo continued his push against the reelection of President Buhari when he registered for the Coalition for Nigerian Movement.

He was not at the launch of the movement in Abuja on Wednesday but officials of the group, including former Governors Olagunsoye Oyinlola (Osun) and Donald Duke (Cross River) were in Abeokuta to witness the event.

After his registration, Obasanjo said the CNM is not a “third force” but a popular movement of Nigerians, irrespective of their political affiliations, to propel the country forward.

He said the leadership of the country had taken nation – building for granted, with citizens being robbed of their sense of belonging. Obasanjo noted that the composition of the present security apparatus of Nigeria negated the federal character principle enshrined in the constitution.

He said his earlier statement in which he chronicled many things that were not going on well and suggested  ways of tackling them, was not done lightly or frivolously or due to bad belle but out  of deep concern for the country.

According to him, Nigeria “must rethink and retool”, if the instruments being used in nation – building and governance since independence have served the country and citizens right.

He said CNM is the new direction to mobilise Nigerian populace for  true development, unity, cooperation, security, rule of law,  stability, welfare and wellbeing.

To the ex – President, if Nigeria must change for better, the real change should  be brought about by the youth and women, who he said were often the direct victims of things that weren’t working.

He noted  that the registration  was a follow-up to his earlier statement issued by him  about the state of the nation where he also offered his piece of advice.

Obasanjo explained that the current system had not given Nigerians what they wanted or must  have, adding that the new coalition would be “bottom – up” driven to give hope to the youths, dignity and encouragement to women.

” Let me emphasise important areas, programme, priorities or processes for improved attention. To start with, we seemed to have taken nation – building for granted.

”Nation – building must be given continued attention to give every citizen a feeling of belonging and a stake in his or her country.

” For instance, the federal character principle, as espoused in our constitution, was to guide the leadership to search for competent holders of major offices to be distributed within the entire nation and avoid the concentration in a few ethnic hands or geographical places as we currently have in the leadership of the security apparatus.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
A group, Coalition for Nigeria (CN), has accused former President Olusegun Obasanjo of adopting its name to launch his Coalition for Nigeria Movement (CNM).

The proposed political movement by Chief Obasanjo  was launched in Abuja on Wednesday  with former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governors Olagunsoye Oyinlola and Donald Duke in attendance..

The group warned Nigerians not to be into thinking they are dealing with the authentic members of the group.

CN described the Obasanjo-led Coalition Movement as a group of failed politicians and those that do not anything to offer the country again.


 
Speaking at a news conference yesterday, Mr. Sabo Odeh, the National Co-odinator, said the authentic Coalition for Nigeria has noble intentions centered around galvanizing Nigerians for nation building, with tenets that are long-term without pandering to unnecessary drama and media hype.

He said: “Our coalition is not limited to creating a backdoor for retired and tired politicians to install puppets in government for the purpose of continuing to loot the treasury while ruling by impunity as had been experienced in the past.

“The Coalition for Nigeria, having the best intentions of our dear nation at heart, is careful to go about effecting change in a way that does not jeopardise the stability and safety of Nigeria. There is nothing to be gained in burning our country in the name of seeking improvement; the reforms we all desire are achievable through persuasion, consensus building and collaboration without resorting to inflammatory acts and utterances as we have seen with some people.

“Our coalition is made up of Nigerians that yearn for a better country with the firm belief that the dismantling of the infrastructure for corruption is a necessary first step that ensure that we can then build the country on a solid foundation that provides level playing field to all citizens.

“The authentic Coalition for Nigeria will continue to pursue the noble objective of having credible persons to drive the Nigerian Project irrespective of differences pertaining to class, ethnicity, religious or political affiliation. “

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
A governor cried out yesterday over a threat to attack his state within the next 10 days.

Taraba State Governor Darius Ishaku, whose state has witnessed some violence in recent months, said he received a letter from suspected insurgents of an impending attack.

Ishaku, who spoke when he received Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Chairman Uche Secondus, said: “We are on notice that in 10 days, we (Taraba) shall be attacked. I have alerted all security agencies. We are waiting.

“A helicopter has dropped arms and ammunition in the night without its mission established. It is not a time to keep quiet; we are living in fear,” he added.


 
Commissioner of Police David Akinremi has dismissed the report of an arms-filled chopper landing in a Taraba village at night as “an unfounded and misleading rumour”.

But the state government is not satisfied.

Ishaku lamented that his pain as a governor, is in the fact that he promised to develop the state if the people could give him peace. “Unfortunately, I have provided development but peace has been elusive,” he said.

The governor said he had been given a crown without a sword, so he cannot fight and keep control of his power, since he relies on the Federal Government for help.

“Here, we rely on people who, when you give them instructions, they tell you to wait until they get a clearance from above.

“Before the clearance comes from Abuja, you have lost hundreds of lives. This is absolutely absurd and disappointing, particularly when you meet people like me who want to work with zeal,” he said.


 
The governor is asking for an investigation into the killing of over 68 persons by herdsmen and the killing of a member of the House of  Assembly, Hosea Ibi, who was kidnapped in Takum directly opposite a military barracks. No suspect has been arrested for this murder, Ishaku said.

He said: “We are sad and angry because there is no security in our land. Taraba buried 68 persons when Benue was burying 73. Should we continue like that? The choice is ours.

“But we shall continue to cry and scream. If we are not heard in Nigeria, we might be heard in Chad, Egypt, England and or US.”

Secondus urged the National Assembly to investigate the allegation that a helicopter loaded with firearms and ammunition landed  in Jubu village on January 20.

Secondus said: “In the last two years, we have witnessed in our country how the lives of innocent people are being taken away in our communities.

“The poor are being killed with no justification. They have lost their homes and sources of income. And there is a total breakdown of law and order in the country.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The controversy trailing the appointment of Ibrahim Magu as Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), may be far from over.

The Senate yesterday asked President Muhammadu Buhari to nominate a replacement for Magu in line with the verdict of an Abuja Federal High Court which affirmed its powers to confirm or reject the President’s appointments.

The upper chamber vowed not to consider the President’s confirmation requests until its resolution rejecting the appointment of Magu is complied with.

Justice J.I. Tsoho on January 15th said that the Senate has statutory duty to confirm appointments referred to it by Mr. President.


 
The chairman, Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Senator Aliu Sabi Abdullahi, who briefed reporters on the court verdict, said:

“By this (court) judgment, for those who have been worried that the Monetary Policy Committee never met, I think this is a window for the MPC to see the light in meeting.

“If the Executive does the needful, provides another Nigerian of credible character of which we have millions of them – 180 million of them – even by arithmetic error, we should be able to get good people.

“So, it is our hope and prayer that our amiable President will find this judgement in order and will be submitting very soon another nominee to carry on with the good work of anti-corruption, especially now that we are very proud of him as the African Union Anti-Corruption Ambassador.”

Abdullahi recalled that the Senate rejected Magu’s nomination twice.

He noted that the then Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, was reported to have said that the Senate lacked the power to confirm Magu.


 
“The issue was taken to the floor of the Senate and we resolved that the statement has to be withdrawn or we will take it that we will not confirm any other person, except those expressly listed in the Constitution,” he said.

Abdullahi said the issue was taken to court by Oluwatosin Ojaomo for the court to determine.

He noted that the judgment had been given that the Senate has the power to confirm presidential nominees.

“In fact, the intendment of the law is that we should not be a rubber stamp,” he said.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
A governor cried out yesterday over a threat to attack his state within the next 10 days. Taraba State Governor Darius Ishaku, whose state has witnessed some violence in recent months, said he received a letter from suspected insurgents of an impending attack. Ishaku, who spoke when he received Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National ChairmanRead MoreThe post Governor: weve got attack threat appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday in Awka, Anambra State declared that former Vice President Alex Ekwueme was a unifier of people and a complete gentleman. The president spoke yesterday at the Dr Alex Ekwueme Square in Awka, during the commendation service of the late elderstatesman. He was represented by the Minister of Labour and Employment, SenatorRead MoreThe post Buhari salutes 'gentleman, unifier' Ekwueme appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
An FCT High Court sitting in Jabi on Thursday granted leave to the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris to appeal a ruling on his enforcement of human right given by it. Justice Abba-Bello Muhammad of the court had on Jan. 22, differed his decision to give judgment in the right suit filed by theRead MoreThe post Court grants leave to IGP to appeal ruling on his fundamental right suit appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Plenary of House of Representatives on Thursday was rowdy as members disagreed over the propriety of the one billion dollars sought by President Muhammadu Buhari to fight Boko Haram insurgency. The confusion followed a motion by Rep. Ken Chikere (Rivers-PDP) on the 'Need to deduct 13 per cent Derivation from the one billion dollars approvedRead MoreThe post Buhari's $1bn request to fight Boko Haram divides Reps appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
LETTER BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI TO SENATE PRESIDENT, BUKOLA SARAKI, ON BENUE KILLINGS, DATED JANUARY 25, 2018 I thank you for your letter Reference NASS/8S/R/01 /33 dated 18th January, 2018 and I have carefully studied the resolutions and comments contained therein. 2. As I briefed you and the Rt. Hon. Speaker when we met onRead MoreThe post Full Text: Letter by President Buhari to Senate President Saraki on Benue killings appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
A lawyer, Oluwatosin Ojaomo, yesterday said he would file an application next week against the judgment of the Federal High Court Abuja on the fate of the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu. He said he went to the high court to seek a declaration that the SenateRead MoreThe post I will appeal, says plaintiff Ojaomo appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo panel on the farmers/herdsmen clashes raised a committee yesterday to address some specific aspects of the task of ending killings in the country. Zamfara State Governor Abdulaziz Yari, who broke the news, said the sub-committee headed by Ebonyi State Governor Dave Umahi, will interface with the Miyetti Allah and theRead MoreThe post Osinbajo panel to meet Miyetti Allah appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Chief Judge (CJ) of Oyo State will reassign the case filed by the Olubadan of Ibadan, Oba Saliu Adetunji, against Governor Abiola Ajimobi on the review of the Olubadan Chieftaincy Declaration Law. Justice Olajumoke Aiki of an Oyo State High Court, sitting in Ibadan, the state capital, yesterday returned the case file to theRead MoreThe post Oyo CJ to reassign Olubadan's case against Ajimobi appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The world 'ectopic' simply means 'an abnormal place or position.' Therefore, when we talk of ectopic pregnancy, we refer to the pregnancy that is located or implanted outside the womb where all but a small number of pregnancies are implanted. Ectopic pregnancy is one of the medical or gynaecological diseases that requires utmost urgent intervention.Read MoreThe post Common gynaecological emergencies (2) Ectopic pregnancy appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Vaccine production in Nigeria may soon be a reality with the inauguration of the board of a private local vaccine company, Biovaccines Nigeria Limited, in Abuja. Biovaccines is a private-public partnership between the Federal Government and May & Baker Nigeria Plc, a pharmaceutical manufacturing company. The board, inaugurated by Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Adewole,Read MoreThe post Nigeria set for local vaccine production appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Piqued by cases of drug abuse, the Federal Government has set up a committee to arrest the situation. The 16-member Committee on the Codeine Control Working and other related Matter Group (CCRWG) is headed by Prof. Oluwatoyin Odeku. It has six weeks to submit its report. At the inauguration in Abuja, the Minister of HealthRead MoreThe post Fed Govt sets up panel on codeine, other related drugs appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The workers of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi Araba are its best assets, its Chief Medical Director, Prof Chris Bode, has said. He spoke at the awards for the workers and corporate partners of the hospital. He said the workers had been outstanding in the discharge of their duties. Bode said they hadRead MoreThe post Workers are LUTH's best assets, says CMD appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Beyhealth has partnered the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) to develop policies that will protect the rights of patients and strengthen the health sector. Its Director-General, Dr. Adetokunbo Shitta-Bey, said: 'The essence of the partnership is to develop policies which will protect the patient's rights and to strengthen the health sector and its internal mechanism.'' SpeakingRead MoreThe post Beyhealth partners NBA, others on patients' rights, safety appeared first on Th 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The last decade witnessed great uncertainty in Nigeria's HIV treatment program a period of pseudo-scientists laying claims to cures and operating without checks. A time that help was assumed to be more in miracle centres than in hospitals. A phase of general and entrenched misconception of what HIV really is, its routes of transmissionRead MoreThe post 'Keep the promise on AIDS to Nigerians' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Senator representing Benue North East, Barnabas Gemade, yesterday said that the establishment of the Federal Polytechnic, Adikpo, Kwande Local Government Area, Benue State will ensure equity. He also said the polytechnic will provide qualitative education in technology, applied science management and other fields of studies. Gemade stated this during the second reading of aRead MoreThe post Fed Poly Adikpo will ensure equity, says Gemade appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The long-running strike of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities ( NASU ) got messier on Thursday morning as police officials, parents, members of the union and school teachers brawled over closure of school gates. Campus Life reports that on early hours of Thursday morning, the gates of International School and Staff School respectively atRead MoreThe post Police, parents, NASU members in free for all as pupils are locked out appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) yesterday set March 1 this year for effective take off of a new interconnect rate for the telecoms industry. Interconnect rate is the fee an operator (carrier) charges another for connecting and terminating a call on its network. Its Executive Vice Chairman, Prof Garba Umar Dmabatta, who spoke during aRead MoreThe post NCC: new interconnect rate takes off March appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Dangote Industries Limited paid over N5 billion as insurance premium in 2016 to insurance companies that insured its insurance portfolio, Chairman, Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote has said. Dangote who was represented by the Group Chief Risk & Insurance Officer Dangote Industries, Dr. Adenike Fajemirokun, spoke yesterday on the topic, 'Issues and Challenges of ConsumersRead MoreThe post Dangote pays N5b premium to insurers in 2016 appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Minster of State, Industry, Trade and Investment, Hajia Aisha Abubakar has praised the Industrial Training Fund, ITF for training 300 young men and women on skills acquisition, thereby supporting the government on job creation. The Minister who stated this at the closing ceremony of the National Industry Skills Development Programm NSIDP, in Abuja, saidRead MoreThe post Minister lauds ITF for training 300 youths on skills development programme appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Air Peace made history on Wednesday with the setting up of a subsidiary moments after taking delivery of one of the six 50-seater new generation about 5.49 pm will operate under the carrier's subsidiary, Air Peace Hopper. The development marks the first time a Nigerian airline would establish a subsidiary to manage an arm ofRead MoreThe post Air Peace sets up subsidiary as new aircraft arrives appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Nigeria CustomsService (NCS) yesterday established a Customs Strike Force Team to block revenue leakages. The new team came into existence following the dissolution of the Customs Compliance Team. NCS Public Relations Officer, Joseph Attah, who announced the development yesterday at the Headquaters in Abuja, said the force is to further sanitise and strengthen theRead MoreThe post 'Customs strike force to block revenue leakages' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) yesterday launched 95 new motorcycles and Postmen kits in Lagos. Speaking at the launch at NIPOST Lagos Zonal headquarters, the Postmaster General/ Chief Executive Officer NIPOST, Bisi Adegbuyi, said the gesture is one of the organizations several initiatives to ensure effective service delivery to its customers. 'Our aim is to deliverRead MoreThe post NIPOST launches 'last mile delivery bikes' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
THE Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has condemned plans by the Federal Government to deregulate wages in the guise of restructuring the polity. In a statement, the ASCSN National President, Comrade Bobboi Bala Kaigama, and the Secretary-General, Comrade Alade Bashir Lawal, urged President Muhammadu Buhari and the National Assembly to reject theRead MoreThe post Civil servantscondemn plan to deregulate wages appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
THE Premium Breadmakers Association of Nigeria (PBAN), a new group comprising owners, managing directors and partners of premium bakeries, has unveiled plans to take the industry to a higher level. At a media parley in Lagos, the group's President, Tosan Jemide, said: 'We intend to collaborate with regulatory agencies in the food and beverage sub-sectorRead MoreThe post Premium breadmakers promise better products appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) office in the Federal Ministry of Finance has identified thousands of tax defaulters across the country and has written to them, requesting compliance before the expiration of the declaration period on March 31. According to the VAIDS office, the defaulters, mostly high net-worth individuals (HNIs), were identifiedRead MoreThe post VAIDS writes tax defaulters appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
In 2012, WinterGreen Research, an independent research organisation, announced a new study on Ceramics Market Shares, Strategy and Forecasts Worldwide'2012 to 2018. According to the study, global markets are poised to grow steadily as developing countries' population creates middle class, encouraging the demand for ceramic products. The lead author of the study, Susan Eustis, saysRead MoreThe post '$408b global ceramics market beckons on Nigeria' appeared first on The Nation 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
When 37-year-old Ajayi Adetola was in December 2017 discharged and acquitted by the Lagos High Court in Ikeja after five years of suffering for a crime he didn't commit, it gave further insight into unacceptable failings of the country's criminal justice system.Adetola, a disabled commercial driver, had been arraigned for alleged robbery, stealing and conspiracyRead MoreThe post Wrongly accused appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
It went viral on the internet. And it should. Nigerian novelist and essayist Chimamanda Adichie asserted what should be a routine pride of Nigeria and even Africa when at a high-octane intellectual event in France. A French journalist Caroline Broue propounded a disgraceful question: do we have bookshops in Nigeria. Adichie's reply, delivered with poiseRead MoreThe post French ignorance appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
SIR: Enough credence has been lent to this fact ' that these AK-47-wielding herdsmen are bigger than the state with a working government called Nigeria. I stand to be corrected. This has in turn given them the effrontery to take laws into their hands and act dastardly towards their perceived enemies. Reports of the herdsmenRead MoreThe post Herdsmen's menace appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Not a few were excited by the wonderful exploits of Dele Ajiboye, between the sticks, as the Nigerian Eagles brushed aside Sudan to book the final ticket their very first in the current African Nations Championship (CHAN). The final is against hosts Morocco on Sunday. Ajiboye sure made exciting saves, in the absenceRead MoreThe post Schools sports' No, future jobs appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Ahead of next year's general elections, the protracted crisis in the Delta State Labour Party (LP) is taking its toll on the chapter. OKUNGBOWA AIWERIE examines the genesis of the crisis and its impact on the preparations for the 2019 governorship poll. There is unease within the ranks of the Labour Party (LP) in DeltaRead MoreThe post Leadership crisis tears Labour Party apart in Delta appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
The Deputy Legal Adviser of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State, Mr. Tajudeen Akingbolu, has urged the people to reject the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the July 14 governorship election. Akingbolu, in a chat with The Nation in Ado-Ekiti, urged Ekitis at home and abroad to participate in the ongoing continuous voterRead MoreThe post Apc chieftain urges Ekiti voters to reject pdp at governorship poll appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose has said his desire to instal a successor from Ikere-Ekiti made him to endorse his deputy, Prof. Kolapo Olusola. Speaking during a rally in Ado-Ekiti to herald the declaration by Olusola to run for governors on the platform of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), Fayose told other Ekiti communities toRead MoreThe post Ekiti poll: No going back on zoning, says Fayose appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant in Ekiti State Dr. Bayo Orire, has said he is in the race because he understands the problems confronting the state. Describing himself as 'the best man for the top job,' Orire explained that Ekiti people needs a governor who lives in their midst, understands their problems and capableRead MoreThe post Orire: I'm the best man for Ekiti appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Gombe State All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain Alhaji Habu Muazu spoke with reporters in Gombe, the state capital, on his chances of picking the party's governorship ticket and wining the poll. Excerpts: You have started meetings and consultations with party leaders and stakeholders since last year. How would you describe their response' So far soRead MoreThe post Power must shift in Gombe, says Muazu appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 
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