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Governor Okorocha: Why my son-in-law must succeed me

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has said his decision to throw his support for his Chief of Staff, Uche Nwosu, to succeed him as governor in 2019, was based on age and ability to move the state past his achievements.

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Davido’s US performance called off due to hurricane

The Dreamville Festival in which Davido was expected to perform has been postponed indefinitely due to Hurricane Florence.

2019: Edwin Clark’s wife to contest against Governor Amosun for Ogun Central senatorial seat

The wife of Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark, Dr (Mrs) Abisola Shodipo-Clark, on Tuesday, declared her intention to vie for the Ogun Central Senatorial Seat in the National Assembly in the 2019 general elections.

FIBA Qualifiers: We’re ever ready to represent our fatherland – D’Tigers

Members of the senior national men’s team, D’Tigers, on Wednesday said that they were always excited over any opportunity to represent their fatherland and would do everything for the team’s success.

Governor Shettima: Direct primaries desirable but not practicable in Borno

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, says it will be difficult to conduct direct primaries in the state because of its peculiar security situation.

Official: Musa Isiwele removed over alleged embezzlement of RTEAN fund

Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria on Wednesday confirmed that the National Executive Council removed the former National President, Musa Isiwele, over alleged embezzlement of N5 billion.