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2face breaks silence, says I’m happy to be a coward’

POP star, Innocent Idibia, popularly called 2baba, has spoken up for the first time after backing out from the widely publicized #IstandWithNigeria# protest, which held Monday, in Lagos, Abuja and other parts of the country. 2face was expected to lead the nationwide march, but pulled out one day before the commencement of the protest.

But breaking his silence on Tuesday, in a video he shared on his Instagram page, the “African Queen” crooner said, he would continue to speak for the people, even though he had been labelled as a coward. Courage to carry  on with the protest

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Obasanjo, Kogi Governor, Receive Phone Call From Buhari

To fecilitate with Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on his 80th birthday, President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday, March 5 spoke with the celebrant to congratulate him.

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina confirmed this development in a statement he issued in Abuja on Sunday.

According to the president, who is on medical vacation in London, a time like this provides opportunity to reflect on Mr. Obasanjo’s invaluable roles and contributions to the unity and cohesion of Nigeria, the brotherhood of all Africans, as well as peace and amity over the globe.

Mr. Buhari described the former president as “a true citizen of the world”.

While recalling their days in the military, President Buhari said: “”Those of us who served under you in various capacities recall a man with boundless energy, with razor sharp mind, and one who does not suffer fools gladly. Working with you was a school in itself, and the lessons learnt are worth their weight in gold.”

The statement said: “”Chief Obasanjo wished President Buhari good health, adding he stands together with him in prayers, so that he can return soon to continue the good work he is doing for the country.’’


Mr. Obasanjo was Nigeria’s former military ruler (1976 to 1979) and democratically elected president (1999 to 2007).

The President also spoke with Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello for a couple of minutes.

A government house statement issued in Lokoja said that Buhari, who made the call in the evening, interacted with the governor for a couple of minutes.

The Director General on media and strategy to the governor, Kingsley Fanwo, who signed the statement, said Mr. Bello received the call in Lagos on his way back from Abeokuta, where he attended the inauguration of Obasanjo Library.

“The President thanked the governor for his support and his leadership qualities.
“He told the governor that he was observing rest and will return very soon to continue his assignment of providing purposeful leadership to the nation,” Mr. Fanwo said.

He said Mr. Bello received the call in the presence of the Speaker of the state house of assembly, Ahmed Imam, some members of the house, commissioners and top government functionaries.


The Portuguese was left with no doubts who was the EFL Cup winners’ MVP and was grateful as he felt extra-time would have been a problem

Jose Mourinho opted to focus on “outstanding” Zlatan Ibrahimovic ahead of Paul Pogba after the striker’s double gave Manchester United glory in the EFL Cup at Southampton’s expense.

United won a thrilling encounter 3-2 at Wembley on Sunday, Ibrahimovic’s 87th-minute header from Ander Herrera’s cross ultimately proving decisive.

The 35-year-old – who now has 26 goals in all competitions this season – had earlier put United in front, before Jesse Lingard doubled their lead.

But Manolo Gabbiadini’s brace ensured an impressive Southampton made United work until the end, with Mourinho conceding United did not deserve to win in 90 minutes while praising Ibrahimovic’s exploits.

“Zlatan won the game for us, he was outstanding,” the manager said to Sky Sports. “There were a couple of performances like Pogba who was at a similar level but Zlatan was outstanding in a match where our opponent was better than us for large periods of the game.

“Southampton deserved to go to extra-time, they didn’t deserve to lose in 90 minutes, but he made the difference and won us the cup.”

United still have the chance to win a treble of cup competitions, as they remain in the FA Cup and Europa League, with Mourinho – now a four-time EFL Cup winner – feeling the victory could be crucial in his team’s progression.

“This is the first one plus the Charity Shield,” said the United manager. “For the development of the team there is nothing better than doing it with a feeling of trophies.


“We now have Bournemouth in the Premier League, Rostov in the Europa league, Chelsea in the FA Cup – so much to play for.

“I could feel the difference in freshness between one team and the other. We would have been in trouble had it gone to extra time. I had to make the team compact because the fuel was in their legs and not in ours.”


South-East Apc leadership : Motions and Murmurs

Political Editor, Vincent Ujumadu, Chidi Nkwopara, Anayo Okoli, Peter Okutu and Denis Agbo There is a vacuum of leadership in the South-east APC. I am a governor. My brothers Chris Ngige and Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu are ministers, hence the importance of Nnamani coming to the party at this time. I decline the leadership of Ndi-Igbo in APC. With Ken Nnamani, the question of who is the leader of APC in the South-east has been answered. Nnamani is the leader of APC in the South-east —  Okorocha

Chief Rochas Okorocha

IT was a convivial meeting of sorts for selected Southeast chieftains of the All Progressives Congress, APC, convened by Governor Rochas Okorocha in Owerri to ponder on how the party could further penetrate the region that has been most resistant to the ruling party. Asserting his preoccupation with state duties, Okorocha said he had decided to relinquish the leadership of the party in the Southeast to Senator Ken Nnamani, a former President of the Senate. While the appointment galled some, foundation members of the party were quick to note that it was not the first time that Okorocha would make such unilateral appointments. Remarkably, Okorocha had at a similar meeting of Southeast stakeholders in July 2013 just after the formation of the party appointed Ogbonnonya Onu as the leader of the party in the region. Just as he did in that last month, at that 2013 meeting, Okorocha did not consult with anyone and appointed Onu unilaterally.

Dr Chris Nwabueze Ngige

Nnamani who joined the party a week just before the Owerri meeting convened by Okorocha, by his entry became the highest ranking former office holder from the region to have joined the party. High profile politicians Among high profile politicians who recently joined the party are Senator Jim Nwobodo, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, Chief Emeka Wogu, Senator Chris Adighije, Senator Andy Uba, Dr. Tony Nwoye among others. All of them who were former members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP entered a party that already had such high profile politicians like Dr. Ogbonnonya Onu, Senator Chris Ngige, George Moghalu among others. The unilateral appointment has generated strong responses from party stakeholders across the region.


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I’ll be Nigeria’s President soon – Fayose

Ekiti state Governor and Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Governors Forum, Ayodele Fayose has said that he would soon become Nigeria’s Vice President and subsequently, the President of Nigeria.

Fayose made the statement during a live interview on African Independent Television, AIT on Tuesday. “I will be the vice president of Nigeria, even the President very soon,” he said. Speaking on the emergence of Senator Ali Modu Sheriff as the party’s legitimate chairman as ruled by the High Court that sat in Port Harcourt, Fayose said that those supporting the Senator are political nonentities.


Ayodele Fayose

“Senator Ali Modu Sheriff is a general without soldiers not to talk of having a battalion. If he is sure of his stand and strength, let him go for a popularity contest with Senator Ahmed Markafi.” “Without any gain saying, ‎Markafi is high above Sheriff. Markafi has the state governors supporting him. The National Assembly caucus are backing Markafi. Former ministers, former governors, former members of the National Assembly are also in support of Markafi. “In quantity and quality of support, Markafi is shoulder high above Sheriff who is only deluding himself with the rent-a-crowd ‎politicians that he goes to town with. All the organs of the party, including the Board of Trustees, are firmly behind Markafi,” he said.