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Hamzat Lawal, an activist and currently the Founder/Chief Executive of Connected Development [CODE], writes on Canada’s foreign policy as he attends the annual summit on Canada’s global leadership.
Moshood Isah writes on the Bayelsa and Kogi governorship elections, especially as regards the warning signals of voter inducement and electoral violence before the polls which were somewhat ignored by the major stakeholders.
B.N Etim writes on the recent congratulatory message from members of the All Progressives Congress in Akwa Ibom state to Governor Udom Emmanuel, noting that it is a huge victory for politicial inclusion in this part of the world.
Olabisi Malik writes on the exercise and that of Bayelsa, which he noted were replete with ballot box snatching, destruction of electoral materials, voter suppression, arson, maiming, all orchestrated by armed thugs.
Eleazar Dokubo writes on the need for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), chairman, Ibrahim Magu, to be retained in office and consolidates on his achievements in the last four years.
Opinions have been divided over the alleged role former president Goodluck Jonathan played in the Bayelsa governorship election which in which the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) lost after governing the state for 20 years.