“We have chosen therefore, to do this reply to Sara-Igbe’s baseless allegations against the Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike. The magnitude of falsehood peddled in his statement should not be ignored,” Kelvin Ebiri writes in Opinions.
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In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Amb. Godknows Igali writes: “As Kukah rose steadily in his chosen clerical calling, so did he also become a voice of reckoning on the national discourse arena.”
In 2011, Atiku insisted that the position of Presidency should go to the North and staged a walk-out from the venue of the 2011 PDP Presidential Primaries in Abuja when things did not go his way.”
By Femi Fani-Kayode Let me make this clear from the outset. I am a member of the APC and a supporter of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. This contribution does not in any way […]
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“I cannot forget that as far back as 2005, Asiwaju sent myself and his then Aide de camp, Mr Omogbolahan Lawal, now His Royal Majesty, the Oniru of Iru land, to undergo a special training course in counter-terrorism in Israel,” Tayo Ayinde writes in Opinions.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Ussiju Medaner, writes: “While Atiku has proven his capacity to expend his huge financial wealth to harvest support, Nigerians must be effectively given the choice of deciding who their next president is without whatever inappropriate inducements.”
“While Atiku once again carpeted the ticket of his party on the strength of allegedly money and regional sentiment, I saw an Asiwaju who weathers huge opposition to his emergence as the party’s flag bearer, flying on the shoulders of friends and allies he built overtime across the regions and in the most unexpected places.”
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