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Goodluck was the author of his own bad luck

The controversial Enugu-based Catholic priest Father Ejike Mbaka claimed in his New Year message that Goodluck has brought us bad luck. Now, as the defeated president plans his retirement in his village of Otuoke from 29 May, he should take time to reflect on how he brought his current misfortune on himself. The man’s life had been a reflection of …

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Patience Jonathan reacts to Goodluck’s defeat

Nigerians, eh, na so una dey? Na so una do me? Afuta I told you to stone anybody that come and tell you about change? Eh? You decided to vote for them eh? Jega, na only you waka come? All these votes that you are sharing you didn’t give Goodluck some eh? You shared all the votes for your broda …

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Is it goodnight and goodbye to Goodluck?

Of all the votes counted tonight it is: PDP -6,488,138 APC-8,520,436 The results in Rivers, Edo, Delta, Cross River, Benue, and Bayelsa yet to come – where the PDP are expected to possibly win. But the results of Sokoto, Zamfara, Bauchi, Gombe, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, etc are yet to come – where the APC should do well. Lagos, Taraba and …

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Sporadic voting breaks out in a rigging contest

Some voting was said to have happened in Nigeria amidst a contest to determine the best rigger in country. While the rigging was reported to be free and fair, the sporadic outbreaks of voting were marred with violence in some places. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) previously held the title of heavyweight champions of rigging, but this title looks to …

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Father Mbaka again!

Controversial Enugu-based Catholic priest Father Ejike Mbaka, who had claimed his bank account was frozen by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), announced today that the issue had been resolved. However, he did not give any details. The EFCC had already dismissed the original claim by Mbaka. It would be recalled that Mbaka had become an ardent critic of …

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Red card for Rochas

Opposition supporters against the rule of Rochas Okorocha in Imo State now move around with red cards and whistles. Once the whistle is blown, they all raise their red cards and shout “ka opuo” (“He should go” in Igbo). Our source “on ground” in Imo claimed this afternoon that Okorocha is “crying like a wounded cat”. He was on a …

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APC and INEC disenfranchising “non-indigenes” in Lagos?

Our source in Lagos reported that many are informing him that the APC and INEC, the Independent Nigerian Electoral Commission, have connived to ensure that areas with a high population of “non-indigenes” did not receive their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs). These areas include Surulere, while areas such as Mushin, that are overwhelmingly made up of “indigenes” have mostly received PVCs …

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