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“Support Groups” – the route to democrazy dividends

Most ordinary Nigerians are marginalised and see little of the benefits of the alleged economic growth of the past few years.  Those in power and in the corridors of power have cornered the spoils of office for themselves, their cronies and families. As ordinary Nigerians are on the outside looking in, some continue to scheme how to get their hands …

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Goodluck waiting for the Chibok girls to return soon

What is wrong with Goodluck Jonathan? He waited three weeks after over 200 girls in Chibok were kidnapped by Boko Haram in April 2014 before making a public statement on the issue. 10 months later there is still no sign of the girls being rescued.  Now Goodluck has claimed that “the story of the girls will be better” in a …

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Boko Haram + Goodluck = a marriage made in hell?

Conventional wisdom in Nigeria suggests that Boko Haram is sponsored by some elites in northern Nigeria to destabilise the government of Goodluck Jonathan. However, who stands to benefit the most from Boko Haram violence? The insecurity in most of the northeast of the country has been used as an excuse to reschedule the (s)elections from 14 February to 28 March.  …

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Jega will be sacked next week

Our source in Abuja claims Attahiru Jega, the electoral commission boss will be sacked next week. The official reason will be the voters card debacle, with many Nigerian voters still to get theirs. The real reason is that Jega is seen as a Buhari sympathiser by Goodluck Jonathan and no longer trusted.   Follow @naijiant

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Goodluck to Naijas in London

Goodluck Jonathan has escaped the heat of Nigeria’s campaign for the cold of London. He will be speaking at Porchester Hall in Bayswater on Saturday in what has been billed as “An evening with Mr President: A dialogue with Nigerians in the Diaspora”. Our correspondent has been invited, but doesn’t think the president is important enough to cancel his other …

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