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2023: I’ll build a 20th century economy if Nigerians make me President- Orji Uzor Kalu

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Orji Uzor Kalu Reveals intentions of runing for Presidency 2023
2023: I’ll build a 20th century economy if Nigerians make me President- Orji Uzor Kalu

Former Abia state governor and current Senate chief whip, Orji Uzor Kalu, says he will build a 20th-century economy in Nigeria if Nigerians make him president come 2023.

Kalu said this on a programme at a radio station in Umuahia, Abia state capital while speaking on his presidential ambition in 2023. According to him, he is more than capable to do the job of a president.

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“Yes, if you give me the presidency, why not, I will take. I am capable of doing the job.

The problem is who is capable of doing the job. For now, I am focusing on my constituency; there is a lot of job to be done.

If you give me opportunity, I will like to go back to the Senate for a second term, but if the people of Nigeria want me to be president, they will show the hand. I can do the job. I can build a 20th century economy for our people.” he said

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Edo 2020: Heavy Crowd Welcomes Wike In Port Harcourt After Delivering Edo To PDP

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Edo 2020: Heavy Crowd Welcomes Wike In Port Harcourt After Delivering Edo To PDP

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike was welcomed to a rousing reception at the Port Harcourt International Airport on Sunday after successfully delivering Edo State to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Wike left Port Harcourt on Friday to lead the Godwin Obaseki reelection Situation Room in Benin, returned to Rivers State, Sunday.

He was received by the Deputy Governor, Ipalibo Harry Banigo, leaders of the PDP, State Lawmakers, members of the State Executive Council, and a host of others, including women and youth groups.  

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The Governor’s supporters converged to celebrate the party’s victory in the just concluded Edo governorship election, in which Wike served as the National Chairman of the campaign council.

Speaking at the Port Harcourt International Airport Wike, commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the police over their conduct during the Edo Governorship Election.

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The Governor also commended the people of Edo State for ending godfatherism with the re-election of Governor Godwin Obaseki

With the re-election of Governor Obaseki, the entire South-South region is now completely PDP.

“What this means is that the entire South-South can now speak with one voice on issues concerning us,” he added.

 

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“Respect for President Buhari is all that is left of APC” — Rochas Okorocha

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Former governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha while addressing some journalists on Monday in Abuja has said that there is no more APC.

According to him, what is left of APC is ” Respect for President Muhammadu Buhari” and the crisis rocking the party was part of consequences for relegating the founding members.

The party that is smarting from internal crisis after the 2019 general elections, died the day the leadership abandoned the progressive and democratic ideals on which it was founded.

Okorocha, who is also the Senator representing Imo West Senatorial District, said that apart from President Buhari, the other leaders of the political blocks that merged to form the party in 2015, were practically schemed out by forces that later joined the party.

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“Permit me to give you the inside of APC, this word APC was formed by four major political parties that had governors, one was the CPC led by President Muhammadu Buhari, ACN led by Ahmed Tinubu, ANPP led by Ogbonnaya Onu who all brought their structure, APGA led by me brought in our structure. Every other person fell into this structure.

The PDP group came in and joined us. I gave the name APC. I designed that logo and that was the beginning of the party and we had understanding. “

“That is the party you call APC and unless we go back to where it all started, APC can never see the light of the day and that was how we started and that was what brought President Muhammadu Buhari to office.

You cannot rule out the role of these four key people, then CPC has only one governor in Nasarawa, APGA had only one governor, ACN came with the chunk of the governors and ANPP had a few. And we shared the first positions equally among these four parties.

Now the founding fathers of the part are relegated to the backgrounds and people are coming with different interests making us play the same kind of politics that PDP played,” Okorocha said.

He added, “There is no more APC, what we have is the respect for President Muhammadu Buhari, that is what is keeping us together.

What we have is our respect for the person of President Buhari and we still believe that something can be done.

“That trust and respect is what we still call APC, outside that, respect for President Buhari and the trust and belief that he could wake up one day and correct all these injustices and make it fine.

That is the only thing that is keeping the APC, if not that, I don’t think there is anything like APC because people are beginning to get fed up. Again, PDP is not even better, the party has its own challenges.

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Thunderstorm Kills 3 kinsmen Hiding Under a Big Tree

Thunderstorm Kills 3 kinsmen Hiding Under a Big Tree

Thunderstorm has killed three out of five farmers who were hiding under a big tree during heavy rain in Kukar-Gesa Village in Katsina Local Government of Katsina State.

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Malam Musa Danladi, the head of the family confirmed the death of his two children and a grandson and considered their death as an act of God.

“The rain started at about 5:00 pm on Saturday, while the five farmers were in their family farm cutting down the millet that had become ripe.

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According to one of the family members, the thunder stroke at the tree and 3 out of the 5 farmers lost their live. The other 2 survived but sustained injuries.

The family announced the death of the deceased after the rain stopped at about 11:00 pm and they were nowhere to be found.

The family dispatched a search party that uncovered the bodies of the deceased and rescued the surviving two and rushed them to the village dispensary.

The three deceased were buried this Sunday morning at Kukar-Gesa cemetery according to Islamic rites.

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