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2015: 4 PDP GUBER ASPIRANTS COURT OLUMBA'S SPIRITUAL SUPPORT

As the political momentum gathers steam, increasing number of politicians are again thronging the international headquarters of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star in Calabar to seek spiritual favour from the revered spiritual leader, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu. THE AGENDA reports that three prominent Peoples Democratic Party gubernatorial aspirants from …

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2015: UMANA OKON UMANA, REMEMBER APC! -BY TOROBONG EKPO

I was patiently waiting to hear the defection story from a reliable source before I could utter few words to that effect. The banner headline of today’s edition of Insight Newspaper has confirmed its authenticity. What appeared like a rumour was truth nothing but the whole truth. Alas, the erstwhile …

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Bombshell: 'Jonathan's Performance is Below Average' – Obasanjo

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo on Friday described President Goodluck Jonathan’s performance in office as below average. PUNCH reports that Obasanjo gave the rating in Abeokuta, Ogun State, during Ake Festival. “His performance is below average. I will not accept responsibility for his performance. There is nobody that gets such a …

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Oro 2015: Robinson Uwak Finally Succumbs to Gov. Akpabio…

By Samuel Duncan Put simply, a role model is someone worthy of imitation. Worthy means having merit or value. It means being honourable and admirable. Worthy means meriting respect or esteem. Above all, it means morally admirable. If anybody before now attempted to dissect the twist by “Honourable” Robinson Uwak …

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NGA vs SA: Ibom CheerLeaders Robs 'The Show', As they Perform…

Ostensibly,19th nov 2014 is day of fond memories for every Dick,Tom and Harry less you were not in ibom international stadium. The passion,the spirit,the enthusiasm,the ressilient and the sarcasitious displays of the CheerLeaders is not something one will ever forget in a hurry. The state CheerLeaders were palpably and unequivocably …

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