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Comment by OISEOMOJE LAWRENCE EHIKIOYA ESQ. on February 22, 2010 at 12:59pm
Just this morning, I ran into this matter at the Federal High Court, Lagos that the Chief of Air Staff, (Air Marshal Oluseye Petinrin) Minister of Defence,Gen. Godwin Abbey (rtd.) and our brother Mr. Aondo Aakaa (SAN)are to be committed to prison for failure to comply with Justice Lambo akanbi's Judgment delivered on 8th May, 2009. May I give them my candid advice to obey COurt orders to avoid ridicule thereby expose to public disdain. I like them sha!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by ijaypraise on February 19, 2010 at 2:23pm
Nigeria a great country. just get use to your country fellow Nigerians so that things will be better for us all.
Comment by simon ceazer on February 17, 2010 at 6:24pm
Let us go back to this news and to know who is deceiving us!!
http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/141551
Comment by ikegwu nnamdi anthony on February 16, 2010 at 9:15pm
am very happy to that demo from my felow niga,if we Nigerians can continue lik this,Nigeria will be more political friendly.thnks simon.ANTHONY
Comment by Charles Otonobijie on February 16, 2010 at 4:52pm
That is the VOICE of patriotic Nigerians I am in allignment with. They trodded the hot sun of Abuja after they had travelled from far and near to converge in Abuja for this self-sacrifice for the interest of Nigerian nation. ISALUTE YOUR BRAVADO.God will richly bless you all, Amen.
Comment by Abdul-ganiu.Olamilekan - Cole on February 15, 2010 at 5:47pm
Audio: Racism in the Obama Era, an interview with Jarvis Tyner
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Political Affairs Podcast #115 - Racism in the Obama Era, an interview with Jarvis Tyner

On this episode we talk with Jarvis Tyner about racism in the Obama era and about the importance of Black History Month. Tyner is the executive vice chair of the Communist Party USA.


Download the mp3 version of episode #115 here
http://www.politicalaffairs.net/article/view/9293/1/385/
Comment by Abdul-ganiu.Olamilekan - Cole on February 15, 2010 at 4:28pm
I first commend my due respect to Prof.Wole Soyinka and Femi Falana and rest of others for being part of the struggle movement rally of changing Nigeria from way it had been governed ever since nigeria got her independt from their Mafia colonial British master in 1960 . Thus, the struggle movement rally that was organised by good patrotic citizen of Nigerians who believes in equality of human rights , freedom of speach and justce are ' Great Heros ' .....but my heart always beat and always in trouble because i hate seeing the crooked northern leaders elite who always terorised nigerians people because they are majority high rank in Nigeria Army insitution .Rightnow, I plea and urge 140 millions nigerians both home and abroad who knows their right to please stand up and fight all this quack and lunanatic northerners crooked leaders who damn kill nigeria status and glory around the globe. I quote "If there be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." Thomas Paine and also, ..." If you want Peace , Work for Justice"....Pope Paul VI. Thanks!
Lord God of Abraham, Issac, Jacob and Israel will contiune bless Nigeria..Amen!
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North plots for Vice President slot
From Alifa Daniel (Asst. Political Editor, Abuja)

THERE are indications that some northern political heavyweights have begun moves to ensure that President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua resigns or is removed from office.



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This is to pave the way for a northerner take up the office of Vice President "in the interest of the region."

The office of Vice President is tentatively vacant following the elevation of Dr. Jonathan to the post of Acting President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federation last Tuesday.

However, the Senate Leader, Teslim Folarin, who moved Senate's motion for the Jonathan's elevation, said there would be no need for a Vice President for now.

At a chat with journalists in Abuja, Folarin was asked if the National Assembly was contemplating having an Acting Vice-President?

His answer: "There is no way we can start thinking of a Vice President now. What we are doing is that we are praying for our President to get well.

"We all have to be sympathetic with this man and I think the right thing as good Muslims and Christians is to pray for him for speedy recovery. I'm sure he will recover."

On what happens in a situation when, God forbid, something goes wrong with an Acting President that doesn't have a VP, Folarin had recourse to the Constitution, saying, "we have the Senate President and it's very clear."

Nonetheless, though the issue of a Vice President of northern extraction began as speculations, a member of the Senate leadership admitted the story at the weekend.

In a not-to-be attributed discussion, the Senator disclosed that a retired general from the Northwest had made overtures to Senators to ensure that a new Vice President from the North is named "so that the region is not short-changed in the political equation in the country."

According to the Senator: "They (North) are saying the presidency is theirs and if their man cannot continue for health reasons, they should be able at least to have the second-in-command post instead of a situation where the South is now enjoying solely what is rightfully theirs."

The Guardian had also reported exclusively two weeks ago that some lawmakers had begun meetings to push the presidential ambitions of a former president from a state capital that is less than two hours'

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