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Nigerian politicians ready to begin breaking campaign promises as voting closes

Nigerian politicians ready to begin breaking campaign promises as voting closes

As voting and counting of ballot papers draw to a close, politicians in Nigeria have begun preparations to begin breaking their campaign promises once a again. Information from the Democratic People’s Party (DPD) and All Progressives Congress (APC) say the respective presidential candidates are ready to go ahead with the routine process of breaking campaign…

Ballot papers: EC to replace photos of Jonathan and Buhari with rock and hard place

To ensure Nigerians are clear on what they are voting for, the country’s election commission has decided that ballot papers which originally bore the images of incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan and former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari will be replaced with new ballot papers bearing the images of a rock and a hard place. “We have…

Boko Haram expels leader for failure to show jihad training school certificate

Boko Haram has reportedly expelled its leader, Abubakar Shekau, for failure to produce a certificate to back claims that he completed a jihad training school in Afghanistan. According to sources inside the militant group, the ruthless leader who has masterminded a sustained campaign of mayhem and misery in Nigeria was unable to produce certificates, a letter…

Goodluck to respond to Boko Haram massacre in Baga with hashtags

Nigerian president, Goodluck Jonathan has broken his long silence concerning the gruesome murder of about 2000 Nigerians by Boko Hiram militants in Baga, a town near Nigeria’s border with Chad. The 57 year old leader who kicked off his re-election campaign with a speech which failed to mention the spectre of Boko Haram, has reportedly…

AU thanks Zuma for offering Jonathan and Co respite from domestic crises

The African Union marked the Africa Day celebrations on Sunday with a statement expressing profound gratitude to the South African president, Jacob Zuma, for providing his fellow African leaders with a legitimate reason to take a well deserved break from the incessant complains of their citizens concerning irrelevant domestic issues. The sheer number of African leaders…

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