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Ihedioha: Redeeming Imo from Locust years


Imo, the heartland of Nigeria’s eastern region, is beginning to take a new shape with the scheduled presentation of Certificate of Return to the newly elected governor of the state, Rt Hon Chukwuemeka Nkem Ihedioha.

Ohakim sends message to fellow governorship candidates over Ihedioha’s victory

UGO AMADI, Business Editor

The unprecedented and sporadic jubilations that greeted the declaration of Rt. Hon. Chukwemeka Nkem Ihedioha, the flag bearer of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP as the winner of Imo State Governorship 2019 election by the Independent National Electoral Commission, is a clear indication that the Imo people are in unanimity that Ihedioha is a liberator and shackles breaker who is needed more than ever before to free Imo from years of misrule , bad governance, extreme deprivation, “Iberiberism”, poverty and inhumanity which former government and their cohorts have inflicted on Imo People.

World Economic Forum: Globalisation and African entrepreneur

Every year business, political and other leaders gather in the picturesque town of Davos, Switzerland to discuss and shape global regional and industry agendas at the World Economic Forum. This year’s theme focuses on Globalisation 4.0 and possible frameworks to explore and unite the international community to build a shared future.

2019: Nigeria is on time bomb, needs divine intervention - Ayodele

Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Oke Afa, Lagos is renowned for most of his accurate predictions on national and international events. In this encounter with Daily Champion, Ayodele reveals what the citizens should expect as the year 2019 unfolds.

No nation can grow with election rigging- Obi


When Chief Peter Obi, aka ‘okwute’ made a grand entry as a political neophyte on the political chess board of Anambra State, he came armed with a bold question on his label; “Are we cursed or are we the cause”. While many saw his question as hitting the nail on the head at the time, many political pundits dismissed him as a jester who had come on board to seek for notice.

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