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#IMO: One man shot dead by thugs during gubernatorial/state legislative #elections at Eziama Obire in Nkwere LGA. Victim said to be an agent of Peoples Democratic Party, #PDP. #NigeriaDecides2019
#ENUGU: One man #killed in Igbo-Eze North LGA. Police say Osondu Odoh, 30, was a supporter of #APC governorship candidate, Ayogu Eze. Eze’s media aide says victim was accidentally shot by #policeman. #NigeriaDecides2019 👇
#AKWAIBOM: One ballot snatcher #killed by soldier in Ikot Udo Ossiom village, Ukanafun LGA. Report says soldiers thwarted man’s first attempt to snatch boxes at polling unit, shot him when he returned for second attempt. #NigeriaDecides2019 #ElectionViolence 👇
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I do not believe in Godfathersim. I come from a humble background and I became who I am today by the grace of God. No penny of #OyoState money will be paid to any Godfather anywhere in Nigeria be it Abuja, Lagos or PH. #SeyiMakinde2019 #OmiTuntun2019 #PDP #SplashFMGovDebate
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#GNWA, the popular slogan being used by the #PDP to campaign in this current election election. I would like to do a thread and analyze the Nigerian economic experience in the last 40 years, because I believe that the age of most atikulators is within this bracket. A thread...
Dr. Victor Olaiya, in his popular song, released in 1983, titled "ilu le" literarily translated as "the nation is hard" perfectly painted a picture of a country experiencing economic hardship of some sort. A country experiencing prosperity, would not have been said to be hard.
Later in that Era, there was a popular song "Andrew no check out o, Nigeria go survive" a song admonishing a particular citizen named Andrew, not to check out of the country in frustration. The singer further states the very opportunities of wealth in terms of natural resources
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Last nights was one of those nights when one felt proud to be a Democrat and a Nigerian - and not just because PDP took a step closer to returning to power but because the interest of Nigerians in the #2019Debate shows that this is a country we all so badly want to be proud of.
The beauty of our Democracy was laid bare for all to see and feel: candidates pitching ideas against ideas, thinking fast on their feet, jousting intellectually, jabbing and parrying, learning and making mental notes - all while we, the Citizens watched and evaluated.
The campaign season is a season where candidates assiduously court the voters - a brief moment where we as citizens can feel empowered, knowing that they’re deploying all their skills just to win our support and debates are best for this: even semi-literates were plugged in.
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So yesterday, Madam @obyezeks was caught again with wrong information as touching #UnemploymentRate in Nigeria, when she deliberately dished out a FALSE data & claimed it's from @nigerianstat
Well, she's in the Presidential race, so expect more LIES from her also.
Issa THREAD👇
Almost every politician now talks about #UnemploymentRate and #JobLoss under Buhari administration.
So let's check a little bit how this SUDDENLY became a topic.
When did this #JobLoss & #UnemploymentRate hit NIGERIANS?
Did this suddenly happen after PMB took over in 2015?
You will notice that even Ben Murray Bruce who took Bank loan of N11 Billion (2005) from Union Bank that led to #JobLoss & #UnemploymentRate in Nigeria also has been talking LOUD about the same MENACE he was part of those who caused o....
LISTEN again, Ben Bruce was part them!
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