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What does Bola Tinubu want?
Written by Femi Aribisala   
Jan 28, 2014 at 01:43 AM

OVER the past few years, Bola Tinubu has made himself something of a colossus of South-Western politics in Nigeria.  Against the onslaught of vociferous PDP electoral manipulations in 2003, Tinubu drew the line in the sand and held on to the biggest prize: Lagos.  He became, in effect, the lone survivor of his party in the South-West.  By 2007, using just Lagos State as his stronghold, he fought back to wrest ACN control back in all but one of the South-western states.  By 2011, he had consolidated his hold in the region.  With 2015 looming, it would appear to be high time for Tinubu to unfold a national, as opposed to a merely regional, agenda. - See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/01/bola-tinubu-want/#sthash.6zKHKZRE.dpuf

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Iyabo Obasanjo writes father, says: ‘Dear Daddy, you don’t own Nigeria
Written by Emmanuel Aziken, Political Editor   
Dec 18, 2013 at 04:39 AM

Olusegun Obasanjo and Iyabo Obasanjo
LAGOS — In what is turning out to be a season of open letters, daughter of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Iyabo, has ruled out further communication with her father till death, describing him as a liar, manipulator, two-faced hypocrite determined to foist on President Goodluck Jonathan what no one would contemplate with him as president.

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National conference won’t break up Nigeria — Okurounmu
Written by FEMI MAKINDE   
Oct 20, 2013 at 01:08 AM

National Conference
Senator Femi Okurounmu

The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on the National Dialogue/Conference, Senator Femi Okurounmu, in this interview with FEMI MAKINDE, speaks on the conference

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Today, the change we seek swept through the Chesapeake and over the Potomac.

We won the state of Maryland. We won the Commonwealth of Virginia. And though we won in Washington D.C., this movement won't stop until there's change in Washington. And tonight, we're on our way.