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Ken Nnamani Denies Allegations Of Anti-Party Activity

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Former Senate President and a Chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Ken Nnamani has described as infantile, accusations of anti-party activities levelled against him by a faction of the party in Enugu state, south east Nigeria.

The former number three men in the Nigerian government said the allegations against him by the factional chairman of the opposition APC in Enugu state, Ben Nwoye is prove of a lower knowledge of the dynamics of political democracy.

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Electoral Commission de-list APC candidates in River state

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The lingering crisis within the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers state has become an issue of political discourse as all candidates of APC have been barred from contesting elections in Rives state by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) following orders of the courts.
INEC’s Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in the state, Mr Obo Effanga, said the decision by the commission followed the outcome of the ruling on the litigation between two factions in the state’s APC.
Effanga noted that the APC factions of Sen. Magnus Abe and that of the Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, had been in court over the conduct of congresses by the party.
Reports had it that a Federal High Court in Port Harcourt, had on Monday ordered INEC to expunge the names of candidates representing the APC in Rivers in the February and March general elections.
The REC said that INEC had to obey the ruling of the court.
The presiding judge, Justice James Omotosho, ruled on the suit brought before him, asking the court not to recognise any candidate from the state APC.
Omotosho referred to an earlier ruling by the Rivers High Court, which nullified the ward, local government and state congresses held by the state APC.
“All nominations in the APC, from governorship, Senate, House of Representatives and others, are hereby nullified and void and set aside.
“Only political parties that conducted valid primaries are eligible to produce candidates for the general elections,” the judge ruled.
With the ruling, the main alternative opened to electorate in the state is PDP which APC has been threatening for some years.

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Why APGA As A Political Party Must Not Die (III) By Law Mefor

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Ndigbo, going by early census projections should number 30m and 50m globally. This population is more than the population of so many big countries like Argentina and Australia, to mention a few. We are therefore not talking of just an ethnic group but a whole race .

 

There is an important Igbo adage, which, translated, goes thus: who does not know where the rain started beating him will not know where he took shelter. The historical tour de force taken in these foursome treatises is to connect our past with the predictable future. Like Socrates said, an unexamined life is not worth living. Men of the future must not only understand their past but also the forces that forge the present.
Socrates’ claim that the unexamined life is not worth living makes a satisfying climax for the deeply principled arguments that Socrates presents on behalf of the philosophical life. The claim is that only in striving to come to know ourselves and to understand ourselves do our lives have any meaning or value. Ndigbo, going by early census projections should number 30m and 50m globally. This population is more than the population of so many big countries like Argentina and Australia, to mention a few. We are therefore not talking of just an ethnic group but a whole race that is so poorly organized politically and fragmented.
The resourcefulness of Ndigbo to survive and grow everywhere they find themselves has always attracted mixed expressions. They are described as ‘innovative’ and ‘entrepreneurial’ and at other times they are seen as ‘over-ambitious’ and ‘domineering’, especially by the other ethnic nationalities who tend to fear the fast pace of progress and success of Ndigbo living in their local communities.
Such oddities have made Ndigbo in Nigeria to be endangered species, more or less, grossly misunderstood and even sometimes dreaded by their neighbours. This is not wolf crying but a stark reality. Professor Chinua Achebe summarized it thus: “The one thing all Nigerians are united about is their hatred for the Igbo”. Even if Chinua Achebe was being a bit extreme, his remark is not far-fetched.
Many Igbos have tried to rationalize their existential threats away. Yet, these threats are mutative and clear and present dangers, and keep repeating themselves in many forms with their dangerousness remaining strikingly the same.
The most recent should be the Quit Notice given to Ndigbo living in the North by northern youths under the watch of their elders. Where the said Quit Notice was given was in an official facility and till date, there is no official disclaimer of the quit notice from the northern elders. Rather than call their wards to order, they gave tacit approval by acquiescing to the rascally call in both body language and not so muted declarations. It is their inordinate reaction to the unarmed struggle of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB.
After Nigeria’s independence, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe celebrating, said: my stiffest earthly assignment is ended and my major life’s work is done. My country is now free. On AIT, daily, Zik is featured still saying: “It does not matter to me who becomes Nigeria’s first prime minister… so long Nigeria is free, I am satisfied.” Soon after Zik made that historic declaration and the nation gained independence, he had cause to later lament against replacing British colonialism with indigenous colonialism championed by the Hausa-Fulani. Zik’s fear, which has been fully fulfilled, made nonsense of all his sacrifices to liberate and keep Nigeria one.
For me and to most Igbos, Zik and Ojukwu were possibly the greatest Igbo men that ever lived. Zik of Africa represents the ultimate urbane, cosmopolitan Igbo possibility, Emeka Ojukwu representing the zenith of Igboness and its can-do spirit. The inimitable Emeka Ojukwu, barely 33 then, particularly led Ndigbo and the old Southeast to resist extermination already being delivered to them in installments in pogroms repeatedly visited on them before the genocidal Nigeria-Biafra Civil War that claimed millions.
Frantz Fanon unforgettably said, each generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it.

George Orwell of the famous Animal Farm also said: “The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those who speak it”. But the truth, if carefully and objectively canvassed, can sometimes engage even a base mind. For truth to set Ndigbo free, they need to know which falsehoods have been holding them down. It is better canvassed even where its unpleasantness is the obvious result.
Of verity, only the truth shall set Ndigbo free; free from internal colonialism(as Zik feared) and free from economic dependence outside Alaigbo and from want and insecurity. Only the truth can bind their wounds and ensure an enduring, equitable and progressive polity, where the best can strive to become better and weak made strong and offered bragging rights of belonging to one of the greatest and biggest of the Black Race. The Nigeria project is still worth it and for Ndigbo to really have a usable stake in it; they have to be fully politically organized. APGA is that natural political platform.
The Igbo Presidency Project is also a political possibility, desired by so many but canvassed by so few, which is also possible only if Ndigbo are better politically organized. The perception held by Nigerians, especially those who fought in the Nigeria-Biafra war, is that the Republic of Biafra, as conceived and propagated by General Emeka Ojukwu was ingenious.
To some, it was also disingenuous and was nothing but a fiasco and a disaster, especially when factors like international alliances and big oil politics are considered. But fact is: it was a war for survival more than it was a war for territorial integrity. That is why Biafra is not dead at least as an idea; Biafra can never die. All Igbos are Biafrans regardless of what they individually antithetically profess for fear or for their private economy and security!
Gowon’s bland declaration of No Victor No Vanquished and the ambiguous and amorphous 3 Rs – Reconciliation, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction – proved to be mere lip service. The praying general even left out the most important R, namely: Reintegration. Ndigbo indeed need a political platform (APGA) to call their own if they will negotiate from a position of strength how best to weave and mesh again into Nigeria.
Instructively, on December 01, 2015, Vanguard newspaper reported the wartime Nigerian military head of state, General Yakubu Gowon, as saying: “A Nigerian President of Igbo extraction is desirable in 2019, after President Muhammadu Buhari. An Igbo presidency will boost the unity of Nigeria”.
Another military President of Nigeria, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida had equally said in an interview about the same time that he would back an Igbo for the presidential seat if he finds a credible personality. The sincerity of these two eminent Nigerian leaders may be yet unascertainable but the issue they canvassed cannot be diminished or wished away. It is the main object of this treatise to point that APGA can serve as the bargaining chip in giving Nigeria a President of Igbo extraction.
Ostensibly, the Nigerian-Biafra Civil War, 6 July 1967 – 15 January 1970, was a war fought to counter the secession of Biafra from Nigeria. Within a year, the Federal Military Government surrounded Biafra, capturing coastal oil facilities and the city of Port Harcourt. The economic blockade imposed during the ensuing stalemate led to severe famine – accomplished deliberately as a war strategy as enunciated and promoted by Chief Obafemi Awolowo. To Awo, the resultant deaths of about 2 million Biafrans, mostly women and children who were never involved in combat, were justified. After all, according to him, in war, all is fair, even dying more from imposed starvation and diseases than from bullets and bombs!
Emeka Ojukwu became the embodiment of Igbo struggle for emancipation and thus became deified in the minds of his people. After the war, their survival spirit resurrected in Enugu Rangers Intl Football Club of Enugu. Rangers was more than a football team to Ndigbo and till today, that feeling lingers in the older generations. It was a rallying point for the defeated Biafrans and where they continued the war in other forms.
For good measure, just reminisce on the rapturous roars whenever Rangers entered the stadium in single file led by captain Christian Chukwu those days, those spotless all-white outfits giving a god-like aura. Such Rangers regulars like Ezeani, Damian Odoh, alias Araby Cho-cho, a hard-tackling defensive midfielder, Nwosu at left-centreback, Ihechukwu Ezidinmma, Mecha at left back, Ufele (RB) and Chukwu (RCB), the legendary Emmanuel Okalla was in goal to inspire confidence in Ndigbo of immediate postwar.
In midfield, the defensive anchorman was the powerfully built Nwabueze “Bulldozer” Nwankwo; the playmaker was Kendo Illodigwe; on right wing, Emeka Onyedika(built like a tank and mercurial at full darting touchline runs), on the left wing, Ogidi Ibeabuchi; Matt Obianika and Chimezie Ngadi were forwards. These men were more than footballers to Ndigbo those days and they left a legacy that helped Rangers to remain the only Nigerian team yet to go on relegation.
The only thing reminiscent of Rangers after the war was the coming of APGA. Somehow, because the PDP moored in the Southeast before it, the zone serving it as real anchorage has not fully materialized.
You can see that Emeka Ojukwu easily emerging and sustaining as the face and soul of APGA is rooted in its origin and essence and none other could have done it in his place even though he was not a founding member.
The clarion refrain, ‘APGA bu nke anyi’ simply means that APGA is the political party Ndigbo can truly call their own. It does not however make APGA an Igbo party per se. It is just a party where Ndigbo cannot be shunted out as they did to Dr. Alex Ekwueme and more recently, to Sen. Ike Ekweremadu, in the PDP.
The concluding Part Four is on the task before the Dr. Victor Oye APGA leadership, going forward. The wars of attrition and all the intraparty feuds have to stop to pave way for the urgent task of rebuilding the Party.


• Dr. Law Mefor, is a concerned APGA member; Tel.: +234-803-787-2893; email: drlawmefor@gmail.com.

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INEC Guidelines Controversy: Key Actors Suggest Way Out

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The controversy over Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the draft guideline for the 2019 election, rejected by sixty-one political parties has taken a new dimension as political players in Port Harcourt have expressed diverse views over the issue.

Some players from different political parties in rivers state expressed their views on the recent draft guidelines for the 2019 general elections released by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, which sixty-one political parties say were in conflict with the provisions of the 1999 constitution.
Some say in order to have free and fair elections, the obnoxious clauses contained in the guidelines, which do not promote free and fair elections must be expunged.
While others are of the opinion that the obnoxious are the product of the military that drafted the 1999 constitution and should be amended.

The politicians are of the view that the INEC chairman must summon an emergency meeting of all the party chairmen to resolve the grey areas contained in the guidelines in order to have hitch free polls.

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2019: Anambra Communities Urged To Vote APGA Candidates

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Communities in Anambra State have been urged to use the forthcoming general elections to show appreciation to the Obiano administration for its good governance and impressive delivery of democracy dividends.
The National Chairman of the Willie Obiano Support Group, Chief Jude Emecheta made the call during a meeting with some political groups in Awka.
Chief Emecheta, maintained that the community choose your project initiative of the State government is unprecedented in the history of Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa, describing it as a clear evidence of the people oriented disposition of Governor Willie Obiano.

The National Chairman of the Willie Obiano Support Group insisted that the APGA government has impacted positively on the lives of Ndi Anambra.
On his part, the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Grassroots Media Mobilization, Mr Egbuna Amuta, enjoined the stakeholders to engage in relentless door-to-door campaigns to remind the State electorate of the numerous accomplishments of APGA government in the State since 2006.
Mr Amuta also stressed the need for steadfastness and strong ideological beliefs amongst party faithful in the country.
Other speakers at the meeting stressed the urgent need for massive grassroots mobilization by stakeholders for the success of all APGA candidates in this year’s general elections.

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Rivers Mobilization Meeting

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Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike has called on rivers people to vote out the non-performing APC federal government on February 16, so as to attract benefits to the state.

Speaking during a mobilisation meeting at unit 7 in ward 9 of Obio-Akpor local government area on Saturday, Governor Wike says, Rivers people across all the four thousand, four hundred and forty-two polling units in the state will vote massively for the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar during the elections.

The governor also urged the people of the state to be alert at their respective units to ensure that PDP wins at all levels.

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Presidential Poll: We didn’t endorse Atiku – Ohaneze Ndigbo

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The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohaneze Ndigbo has denied endorsing Atiku Abubarkar, the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the February 16 presidential election.
The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the organisation, Chuks Ibegbu, disclosed this on Thursday in Enugu at a media briefing to mark the second anniversary of the current executive of the organisation.
Mr Ibegbu said the clarification became necessary following misconceptions on the event of November 14, 2018 where some Igbo leaders endorsed the candidacy of Atiku Abubakar for presidency.
It would be recalled that some Igbo leaders had during a meeting in Enugu attended by Mr Abubakar and the national leaders of the PDP including the Senate President, Bukola Saraki endorsed Atiku.
Mr Ibegbu, however, clarified that the said endorsement was done by the friends of Mr Abubakar, adding that the organisation had not endorsed any particular candidate.
The deputy national publicity secretary said that the organisation needed to be circumspect, “as our children are in all the political parties.’
“It is erroneous to say that we endorsed Atiku. Ohaneze Ndigbo did not endorse anybody. That meeting at Nike Lake Resort was organised by friends of Atiku.
“However, due to our peculiar circumstance in the country, we will identify with candidates that will restructure Nigeria if voted into power,” he said.
He said the organisation would soon meet to take a holistic position on the 2019 general elections.
“Ohaneze Ndigbo has been canvassing for our people to identify with candidates that will restructure Nigeria.

“We still stand on that and in the next few days we shall meet to take a holistic position on the elections,” he said.
Mr Ibegbu noted that within the two years in office of the John Nwodo led Ohaneze Ndigbo, “we have given our modest contribution by re-jigging Igbo leadership and issues concerning our people”.
He said the current leadership of the organisation had built synergy with its affiliate groups with a view to achieving unity in the area.
He said the dexterity and leadership acumen of Mr Nwodo had positively affected the relationship between the organisation and other ethnic socio-cultural associations in the country.
“This has earned the president general an award as ‘Bridge Builder of the Nation’, which will be presented to him on January 17 by Daily Independent Newspapers,” Mr Ibegbu said.

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APGA Vice Presidential Candidate Chukwueke Knocks Federal Allocation Sharing Formula

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The Vice Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA in this year’s general elections, Chief Jerry Chukwueke, says the party has evidently proved its mettle in good governance and delivery of democracy dividends in Anambra State, pointing out that APGA has
the capacity to extrapolate the Anambra model to other parts of the country if voted into office.
Chief Chukwueke who stated this in Enugu, during a meeting with APGA candidates maintained that restructuring of the Nigerian-Nation for a return to true federalism would largely address the imbalance in the socio-economic development and growth of the country.

The APGA Vice Presidential candidate frowned at the sharing formula of crude oil revenues in the country, observing that the formula is stultifying initiatives, ingenuity and encouraging laziness among the country’s federating units and geopolitical zones.
On the perennial herdsmen-farmers clashes in some parts of country, Chief Chukwueke said APGA government would resolve the matter by encouraging massive establishment of cattle ranches in the country.
The Enugu State APGA candidates interactive forum with the party’s Vice Presidential candidate was equally addressed by the gubernatorial candidate of the party in Enugu State, Chief Emmanuel Nwakpa, the party’s candidate for Enugu-East Senatorial District Chief Uchenna Nwegbo, and his counterpart for Enugu-West Senatorial district, Chief Gbazuagu Nweke Gbazuagu among others.

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APC Text : Atiku, PDP and Their Drama Troupe

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The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and some leaders of their travelling theatre group took their troupe to Lokoja, the capital of Kogi State yesterday. In their usual way, they spent hours in the sun, made a lot of noise, and left without making any statement worthy of note.
Like millions of Nigerians who are wondering how PDP got to this level of shamelessness, our party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), is equally bemused by the manner the once boisterous political party degenerated into this current pitiful state.
It is shocking to see the few leaders of PDP who are still showing up in the public for campaign alongside the discredited Alhaji Atiku, standing before the paltry crowd in the Lokoja stadium, blowing hot air, stomping the platform, and making empty promises.
What did the PDP promise the people of Kogi State? Nothing. It is that bad. Understandably, it must have been a very difficult situation for the PDP leaders to face the people of Kogi State to ask for support to return to power. Perhaps, many of them must have travelled on the Abuja – Lokoja express road that was awarded in 2001 when Atiku was the Vice President. What explanation did they have for the Kogi people on why the less than 200 kilometres road was not completed for 15 years while the party was still in power? Did it worry their conscience when they sighted the Sukuk billboard on the road, showing how President Buhari is completing the project? Lest we forget, the Abuja – Lokoja road is one of the most important highways in this country. The road connects the South South, the South East, the South West and part of the North Central to the federal capital territory, Abuja. It has huge implications for the socio-economic wellbeing of the people of this country. This road became a conduit pipe for the PDP government to fleece this country of billions of naira every year, for one and half decade.
The Obajana – Kabba road was impassable for over a decade. It is although less than 60 kilometres, but it links the Kogi west zone to the rest of the country. Many PDP leaders who rode on the road to the rally in Lokoja must have been ashamed of themselves to see the road nearing completion under the APC administration. We hope Atiku and his other jokers found time to see the Itakpe – Warri railway project that was awarded over three decades ago, which the APC administration has just completed. Did they also see the Lokoja – Okene highway under construction?
The PDP needs to be reminded that while it has no antecedents of completing projects it inherited or initiated from 1999 to 2015 due to the rapacious disposition of its leaders, the APC administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari, has made it a cardinal policy to complete abandoned projects it inherited and to start new ones that have high impact for the economy recovery of our country.
We know the PDP leaders didn’t have the time to visit the market women. They are not in the class of the people they would like to meet. For 16 years of their ignoble rule, they had nothing for these market women. Neither did they have for the farmers. We hope they will find time to visit these very important Nigerians when next their theatre group stage a drama anywhere in the country. We encourage them to learn from the APC government and take a few lessons from how the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has been relating with the common people to feel their pulse. They should visit these people to see the impact the APC administration’s social investment programmes are making on the common people.
All the PDP leaders have been shouting is hunger everywhere they go. Nigerians understand clearly what this means. The APC administration has denied the pillagers who have found a home in PDP access to the resources of this country. In the past, during the unfortunate reign of PDP, it was the common Nigerians who were crying of hunger. As President Muhammadu Buhari noted, yesterday, during the inauguration of the APC Presidential Campaign Council, the leaders of PDP had become used to taking for themselves the resources that belonged to all of us. Each time these political marauders cry of hunger, this administration is reassured that we are doing the right thing. The era when people who are privileged to find themselves in public office abuse their positions with reckless abandon has come to an end. Public office shall never be a licence to our commonwealth.
Meanwhile, we join the people of this country as they wait for the next fallacious allegation the sinking PDP would make against our President, his family members, the Vice President, the national chairman of our party, and other notable members of our party.
Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu
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Conduct Your Campaign Peacefully or Face Rejection, Obiano Admonishes Political Class

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Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State has admonished political parties and their candidates participating in the forthcoming general election to conduct their campaigns peacefully or face humiliation by the people at the polls.
“Anambra State has gone far beyond the stage of violent politics and any person or group that attempts to bring back violence into the electioneering campaign or the body politic will be rejected outright by Ndi Anambra”, Obiano stated in an interview with the Anambra State Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, C. Don Adinuba, on his prognosis for 2019.
“Of course, one of the biggest challenges facing our state in the new year is to conduct a free, fair and transparent election, even though there will be no gubernatorial vote in Anambra State because we held ours last November 17 and the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) swept the polls in each of the 21 local government areas in the state in an unprecedented manner.
“Ndi Anambra rose like one person against one or two candidates in the November 17 gubernatorial election who tried to introduce thuggery and violence in the campaign and they were consequently defeated right in their wards.
“Even a particular political party which threatened to destroy the three beautiful flyovers we built in Awka, instead of pledging to help build our beloved state if elected, infuriated our people by its utterances and they voted massively against it.
“Our people desire messages of hope and optimism rather than threats of destructions.
“Ndi Anambra truly abhor violent conduct by the political class”.
Analysts regard last year’s gubernatorial election in the state as the freest, the most peaceful and the most transparent ever conducted by the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC.
“There was no incident of violence before or during the election, nor was there any controversy after the result had been announced”, the governor recalled.
“The candidates who ran against me were compelled to accept, together with their parties, the outcome of the historic vote.

“They congratulated me in writing and at press conferences, and some were present at my second inauguration last March 18”.
Describing the sportsmanship exhibited by his political rivals as a remarkable departure from tradition, Obiano noted that in the past that elections in the state were the most intractable in the country’s courts and even culminated in the kidnapping of the state governor and mayhem lasting three days in the state by members of even the same party.
The governor revealed that the peaceful campaign for last year’s gubernatorial election was part of his strategy to make Anambra the first state for consideration by investors.
“Finance is a coward, and it goes to only places it is not likely to be threatened”, he declared, adding “as the state governor it was incumbent on me to lead by personal example, as the great Professor Chinua Achebe advised Nigerian leaders in 1983 when he published his famous political treatise entitled The Trouble With Nigeria.
He said that even though he is not a candidate in the 2019 general election, he is “obliged morally and legally to ensure that Anambra remains very peaceful and stable.
“Our reputation as Nigeria’s safest state, Nigeria’s most peaceful state and the state with the highest level of social cohesion has rekindled investor confidence in Anambra”, Obiano observed.
“The result is the unprecedented investments in the state running into billions of dollars in the last four years.
“Therefore, any attempt to thwart the social harmony in the state will be resisted by our people who will fight the anti-social forces with every drop of blood they have, including mobilizing electorally against the offenders and ostracizing them politically and eternally”.

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The Emir of Ilorin, Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari has maintained neutrality on his political stance as he says whichever party emerges victorious at the general elections would be supported.

The Emir stated this while receiving members of the state executive of the All Progressives Congress who paid him a courtesy call at his palace.
Briefing journalists after his meeting with the emir, the state APC chairman, Bashir Bolarinwa explained that the emir said he is a father to all and will not discriminate against any party. He also advised that politicians play by the rules just as the electorate should avoid crisis that could lead to mayhem before, during and after the elections.

He restated the fact that his executive is the recognized one as the court judgment only nullified the caretaker committee and not the duly constituted committee.
Bashir noted that the party campaigns will not dwell on name-calling but will be issue based.

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