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The Federal High Court judgment against the candidacy of Hon. Chris Azubogu, the APGA candidate for Anambra South senatorial zone might have removed every doubt in regards to the position of Anambra State Governor, Prof. Soludo, on the matter. First of all, Hon. Ben Nwankwo who approached the court against Hon. Chris Azubogu is of the same APGA party. In fact, in 2017, Hon. Ben was one of those that supported Willie Obiano’s second term...

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The National Assembly Election is in February 2023, which effectively means that contenders for positions at the National Assembly has just December and January, to make their case. In Anambra South senatorial zone, the incumbent will be squaring it up against House of Representatives member, Hon. Chris Azubogu, who is the major challenger of Sen. Ifeanyi Ubah, the incumbent. There are candidates like Hon. Chukwuma  Umeoji of APC, Chris Uba of PDP and Obinna Uzor...

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Governor Soludo early in the week marked his 100 days in office as Anambra State Governor. Since then, there have been questions as to if it is too early to judge his performance or if he has performed creditably. A member of the Board of Trustees of the All Progressives Grand Alliance – APGA, and the son of Ikemba Nnewi, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, has reacted to the commemoration of Governor Soludo’s one hundred days in...

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“Opposition against the political ambition of individuals is guided by political interests, not by ethnic identity” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The concept of ‘Igbo unity’ seems to interest all Nigerians of all ethnic nationalities, particularly as it concerns national politics. Discussions on Igbo unity arise only in relation to national politics, especially when the presidential election is around the corner. But also when there is an argument on the propriety of ‘allowing’ an Igbo man to become...

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“ The process for a serious power bargain must begin, so that if it is not realized in 2023, then, it can be realized in 2027 or 2031.” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The just-concluded presidential election in Chile is a test and a pass, on some long-established principles in the acquisition of state power and government reforms or I should say a true win for the people, particularly in a democracy. It remains like a power most...

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“Social change is political by its very nature and you cannot make social change without politics. ” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The Endsars movement is now making its second strategic and fundamental error, which will ultimately result in the group gaining almost nothing from its struggle. The first error was its demand for too much sudden change at the same time and now, it is making its second costly error, though, for the most part, it is...

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“Prof. Soludo must stand firmly and define the type of government he wants to run from day one in office” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu With four months left for Governor Obiano to hand over to the Governor-Elect, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, it is expected that political intrigues will set in to define Governor Obiano and Prof. Soludo’s relationship, moving forward. Much of these intrigues will be set in motion by aides to governor Obiano who are now switching...

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“Fortunately or not, democracy dictates that electorates must select from those that have presented themselves to govern.” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu With just a few months left before the 2023 presidential election takes the centre stage, the Southeast is yet to boldly move towards securing the tickets of major political parties in Nigeria. By the Southeast, I am talking about Igbo political leaders who are members of these parties and who have the precise capacity to match...

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“We need to interrogate our systems to have the best of what they can be,” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu I think our democracy is very far from maturity, though I must admit it’s a long process of hard work, testing, and interrogation. There are three stages of every democratic process; pre-election, election, and post-election. The importance and relevance of each of these stages cannot be overemphasized in strengthening our institutions. There is nothing personal, at all. In...

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“Nigerians normally believe that election results do not reflect the choice of voters and that’s why they abstain” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The Anambra governorship election has come and gone but still, it resonates. Already there are tones of lessons that hopefully have been underscored by analysts and critical stakeholders in our democratic project and moving forward, it is expected that these lessons form the bedrock of further reforms and innovations in our electoral system. A seamless...

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