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Monday

Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu’s Candidature and the Judiciary as Arbiters


Chamberlain Okolo

For keen watchers of the unfolding politics of 2019 as it affects electioneering for Anambra South Senatorial seat, the 13 December, 2018 voiding of the All Progressives Grand Alliance’s 3rd October, 2018 primary election which duly produced Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu as APGA flag bearer for the Senate, by Justice Valentine Ashi of an Abuja High Court only confirms the endemic intrigues and obfuscating subterfuge that underscore the play of politics therein. Anambra South Senatorial Zone suffers all the malignant electoral features (excepting the bizarre phenomenon of a party’s multiple candidates for single electoral seats) obtainable in Anambra Central Senatorial seat tussle prior to the emergence of Senator Victor Umeh whose exemplary representation in the 8th Senate has largely subdued the political shenanigans and the systemic revulsions in the Zone, thereby smoothening Umeh’s track to the 9th Senate come February 2019.

ANAMBRA SOUTH SENATORIAL PRIMARIES AND ABUJA HIGH COURT


By Bright Ezimorah
As the information filtered that an Abuja Hight Court presided over by Justice Valentine Ashi has nullified the APGA senatorial election for Anambra South, not a few people were surprised.

Saturday

ATTN: TO ALL PETROLUEM DEALERS, PEDAN, IPMAN, NUPENG & OTHER UNIONS IN ANAMBRA STATE.


COMR. PETER NWOSU, The SSA to the Governor on PTD NUPENG,  PETROLEUM & UNION MATTERS  has received a report that there is an illegal group parading themselves as PETROLEUM COMMITTEE* who has been going about to extort money from *Petrol Stations.

Thursday

I Remain APGA Senatorial Candidate For Anambra South --Prince Ukachukwu


Following the Federal Capital Territory judgment court that nullified the All Progressive  Grand Alliance (APGA) Anambra South senatorial primary that produced Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu as its substantive candidate, Ukachukwu said he remains the candidate of the party for the 2019 general elections.
He described the judgment delivered by Justice Valentine Ashi of the State High Court FCT as jaundiced, noting that the plaintiff never sought any relief against the candidacy of Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu neither did he join INEC as a body in the said Judgment.
The APGA Anambra South senatorial candidate made this known in a press release signed by his senior special assistance on Media, Mr. Ken Ezekwelu to journalists in Awka, disclosed that Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu would not be deterred by the judgment, noting it was a back door judgement  that lacks judicial merit to invalidate an election duly monitored by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), noting further with strong equivocation that the Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu won the primary overwhelming in the open gear of the media, security agencies, INEC and other notable observers who had since independently adjudged the election as freest and transparent.

MIDWEST SUMMIT 2018: Indigenes demand De-federalization of Nigeria


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The 12 tribes of the old Midwestern region of Nigeria have demanded for a de-federalization of the country to recognise Edo and Delta states as a constitutional demarcated MidWestern region created in 15th of July 1963.
The leaders of thought from the region though affirmed their incontrovertible support for the corporate existence of Nigeria as a country, requesting that the mistakes allegedly  perpetuated during the three decades of the nation’s military interregnum should be corrected as the country is clamouring for a restructured state.

Wednesday

Senators Reject President Buhari EFCC Nominees For Excluding Southeast-SouthSouth

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However, trouble   began when Senator Victor Umeh (APGA-Anambra Central), rose to oppose the nominations because  they would send more wrong signals about the fight against corruption The senator noted that “while the acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, is from the North-East, the recently confirmed Secretary of the commission, Olanipkekun Olukoyede, is from the South-West and two of the nominees are from the North".
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Tuesday

GOC INAUGURATES GENERAL COURT MARTIAL IN ENUGU.

The General Officer Commanding (GOC), 82 Division Nigerian Army, (NA) Major General Emmanuel Kabul has on Monday the 10th of December, 2018 inaugurated a General Court Martial (GCM) to try erring personnel of the Division. This is in line with the importance of discipline to the success or failure of any organisation, particularly the military, - in peace or in war.
In his inaugural speech at the inauguration of the court at the 82 Division Officers' Mess, Abakpa Cantonment Enugu, the GOC enjoined members of the GCM to adhere strictly to the rules of law and strict obedience to the Constitution of Federal Republic of Nigeria (CFRN) 1999 as amended.

SBCHROs Communique: Insecurity & Human Rights Abuses In Southeast And Threats Facing The 2019 Gen Polls In Nigeria

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Communiqué Issued At The End Of Special Meeting Of The Leaders Of SBCHROs & Other Invited Special Persons On:  Insecurity & Human Rights Abuses In Southeast And Threats Facing The 2019 Gen Polls In Nigeria
(Onitsha Nigeria: 11th December 2018)-Leaders of the South East based Coalition of Human Rights and Democracy Organizations, SBCHROs, held a special meeting/session in Onitsha, Anambra State last Sunday to study, analyze and take informed position on matters of insecurity and “industrial scale” human rights abuses in the Region and threats facing the 2019 General Elections in Nigeria. The special meeting/session was also called on account of the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR), globally marked yesterday, 10th December 2018. The UDHR was proclaimed on 10th December 1948.

PHOTOSPEAK: HOME AWAY FROM HOME, BEST EASTERN HOTELS & SUITES, A HAVEN OF SERENITY

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At Nnobi is netted an imposing edifice inviting those who seek comfort away from home, to experience a living that exhibits a unique blend of comfort and efficiency. 
*Best Eastern Hotels & Suites, a leading name in the hospitality business, is a tourism, entertainment and leisure home located in a serene, safe and secured lush environment in Nnobi, Idemili South Local Government Area, of Anambra State.
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Designed to provide comfort and convenience of international standards. The stunning interior decoration creates a welcoming ambiance for the guests.
Having a good road networks and connectivity, intended guests can assess the hotel from Awka and Nnewi, with about 20 minutes drive.

MAKING OF A SENATOR (2): WHY PRINCE NICHOLAS UKACHUKWU (SPONSORED)

"I am realistic enough to know that there are bound to be set backs. But experience reinforces what all of us know in our hearts -that there is no sound alternative to working together." -Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu.
We will give high priority to working for a return to full employment. A good job is a basic human right. During the last decade my movement have responded to the alarming unemployment crisis by helping thousands of Nigerians directly and indirectly to take up new jobs and training.

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