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Guideline for PDP Governorship Primaries

Nigeria’s major opposition party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has released the guideline for their governorship primaries scheduled to hold on Sunday, 30th September 2018.

The governorship primaries will take place in Port Harcourt, River State, Nigeria.

This guideline for the governorship primaries contains the list of party members that will serve in the Electoral Committee and Committee for Appeals.

Governorship primaries appeal will hold on October 2nd, 2018.



There is a general notion that many people live or have the best conditions of life by what they show on social media. Many are quick to not only show us their lives but also go further to tell of the many successes of government that they may be in alliance with. No doubt there are successes being made in sections of the country. The power of photography has the ability to exaggerate reality, making the beholder feel good while hiding how it looks behind the retina of the eyeball.

I have been privileged to travel to some parts of this country, rural and urban alike and I can tell you firsthand that Nigeria is very big, big enough to justify agitations for secession. It is this large mass of land from north to south, east to west that makes many of us focus only on the areas we have easy access to. We are in our comfort zones in the megacities, we share successes made there but when you venture further into the rural areas, you will behold a different shade of Nigeria that is not in the radar of the media.



The All Progressives Congress (APC) has announced that the guber primaries of Lagos and Imo States have been rescheduled to Monday, October 1, 2018.

More details later…

APC Shifts Guber Primaries for Two States


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