Nnamdi Kanu suspension of 2019 election boycott disappoints some but relieves others

­In January, we told you that Nnamdi KANU  might call off the IPOB’s boycott of the 2019 election. Well, he has.

The question now is: how will some of his followers feel about it, after arguing online for 2019 election boycott? Continue reading “Nnamdi Kanu suspension of 2019 election boycott disappoints some but relieves others”

Nigeria’s 2019 Presidential Elections Postponed Like In 2015

Nigeria’s exciting presidential elections have been postponed. Many Nigerians who hoped to cast their ballots this Saturday won’t be too happy about it. But INEC says it is because of logistical reasons.

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Hon Abdul Azeez Akinsanya targets Igbo vote in new campaign poster (see photos)

The campaign team supporting PDP House of Reps candidate for Alimosho Federal constituency Abdul Azeez Akinsanya, has reached out to the Igbos in Alimosho by unveiling election posters targeted at them.

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Steady Electricity: What Trump Said About Coal + The Nigerian Angle

“Coal is an important part of our electricity generation mix and @TVAnews should give serious consideration to all factors before voting to close viableGÀ power plants, like Paradise #3 in Kentucky!” – Donald Trump talking about the importance of coal to the United States.

Now, that is a serious country that knows the relevance of coal power to their economy.

But in Nigeria, what do we find from policy makers? 1001 reasons why Nigeria should not exploit coal in Enugu and 11 others states.

That is why we don’t have steady electricity. That is why artisans, small businesses and even large corporations are bleeding revenue.