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APC Dissolves Delta Exco, Disowns Guber Candidate, Emerhor, Articles | THISDAY LIVE

The Delta State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has announced the dissolution of the state party executive committee led by Prophet Jones Ode Erue as Chairman following a no-confidence vote passed on the committee at an emergency stakeholders meeting held in Warri on Wednesday. The meeting also passed a vote of no confidence on the APC governorship candidate, Chief O’Tega Emerhor, describing him as “a mole within the APC” whose selfish political ambition denied the party of the expected good showing in the different elections.

Face-off with N-Assembly: Why I didn’t sign amended constitution – Jonathan | Vanguard News

President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday, gave reasons why he refused to assent the constitution amendment bill forwarded to him by the National Assembly even as some eminent lawyers backed his decision.

Court okays Obasanjo’s book, My Watch, for release | Vanguard News

A Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Apo, Abuja, has ordered the release of former President Obasanjo’s book: My Watch.
Buhari’s oil policy to focus first on reform, taxes last | Vanguard News

Oil firms keen to know how Muhammadu Buhari, President-elect, plans to tax them could wait a long time as he makes ending corruption and reforming Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, his most urgent sector priorities.

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Orekoya’s kidnapped 3 children found naked in a bag | Vanguard News

The Lawanson Road, Itire abode of the Orekoyas, whose three children were kidnapped by a housemaid last Wednesday, 24 hours after she was employed.

Al-Shabab recruiting in Kenyan towns | BBC
Somalia’s Islamist al-Shabab militants are recruiting heavily in north-eastern Kenya, according to evidence gathered by the BBC.
The recruitment marks a new tactic for al-Shabab, underscoring fears voiced by Kenyan intelligence services and MPs.
In one town alone, the BBC has learnt of 26 young men whose disappearance was reported to police because they were suspected to have joined the militants.

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