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  2. ANAMBRA State Governor Willie Obiano and the Nationwide Chairman of the All Progressives Grand
    Alliance (APGA), Chief Victor Umeh, have vowed to sack the Imo
    State governor, Rochas Okorocha, in 2015 and reclaim the party’s mandate
    within the state.

    The duo and the previous Minister of Inside, Captain Emmanuel Iheanacho, advised the Imo
    State governor to organize handy over energy to APGA, including that the social gathering is poised
    to take again its “stolen” mandate.

    Talking throughout APGA sensitisation rally held
    on the Dan Anyiam Stadium, this weekend, Umeh expressed satisfaction with the
    extent of preparedness of APGA leaders within the state, which he
    attributed to the party’s dedication to reclaim its stolen mandate within the forthcoming common elections.

    Charging social gathering members to all the time work harmoniously in direction of actualising whole victory for APGA, Umeh assured that solely accountable and true Igbo sons and daughters with
    out questionable backgrounds could be nominated as candidates of the social gathering at completely different ranges within the state to keep away from “repeating the errors of the previous.”

    Obiano, in his speech, promised to offer all the mandatory help wanted for the get together to reclaim its mandate and
    win overwhelmingly within the forthcoming basic elections in Imo State.

    He charged the social gathering members to stay steadfast and dedicated
    to the party’s victory in 2015, noting that APGA was formed to realise and protect the collective Igbo curiosity.

    Obiano acknowledged that it could be a tough process for every other political social gathering to defeat APGA in Imo judging by its current power and the grassroots
    assist the social gathering enjoys within the state.

    The previous minister and the party’s main governorship aspirant, Iheanacho, assured that the celebration leaders and stakeholders have agreed
    to shut ranks to make sure that APGA reclaims its ‘stolen’ mandate in 2015.

    Based on him, “APGA as a get together has been nicely repositioned forward of future political challenges. Imo folks have already embraced the occasion once more believing in its ideology and that is a transparent indication that APGA has been deeply entrenched on the grassroots to win elective positions within the state.

  3. The Malaysian High Commissioner to Nigeria ,
    Nik Mustapha Kamal Nik Ahmad, is optimistic that with greater
    and concerted efforts by all, the Nigeria-Malaysia Business Council, bilateral relations
    would experience a qualitative change.

    The High Commisioner, who, disclosed this ahead of this year’s
    Malaysia-Africa Palm Oil Trade Fair and Investment Seminar with the theme, Maximizing Africa’s Potential: Seizing
    New Opportunities’, however, noted that agriculture is
    one area where Nigeria can diversify its economy
    from being too dependent on mineral oil.

    According to him, the forthcoming visit by his country’s Minister of Plantation, Industries and Commodities to Lagos in connection with the Palm Oil Trade Fair and Investment seminar, scheduled for December
    12, at the Federal Palace Hotel Victoria Island, is a good opportunity
    for both countries to collaborate in agriculture especially in oil palm plantationand processing.
    “I would like to take this opportunity to seek the support of Nigeria-Malaysia Business Council to make POTS Nigeria in Lagos a success.”

    In the area of trade, he said the total trade registered stood at RM815.2 million in 2010 representing a drop of 16 percent
    compared to RM974.84 million in 2009 while the balance of trade in 2010 was at RM143 million in Malaysia’s

    He noted that Malaysia’s exports to Nigeria decreased significantly (44% drop) from RM855.81 million to RM
    479.1 million in 2009. Major export items were chemicals, electrical products, machinery, manufactures of metals and
    plastics, processed food and palm oil.

    The value of imports from Nigeria he said increased however from
    RM119.03 million in 2009 to RM336.1 million in 2010 while main import items were agricultural products, metalliferous ores and scraps, sawn logs, timber and transport equipment.

    Also speaking, the co-founder and deputy president of the council,
    Dr. Michael Aderohunmu ,said Nigeria is aware that it needs to do more to achieve
    self sustainable level in food production and greater output from other agricultural
    product like palm oil ,cassava etc..

  4. Naija news says:

    ANAMBRA – NIGERIA: The Nationwide Chairman of the All
    Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Victor Umeh has warned the chairman of
    the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee, INEC, to control the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Senator Chris Ngige, within the Saturday
    governorship polls.

    Umeh mentioned ignoring Ngige could also be the primary mistake of the fee
    within the get together as he (Ngige) was able to quite a bit, particularly when it needed to do with irregularities in elections.

    Talking with journalists after a stakeholders assembly between the INEC and related stakeholders in Anambra State on the approaching election, Umeh mentioned
    Ngige had dedicated the worst election crime in Anambra State,
    and had a popularity of stealing votes, and
    as such must be watched intently.

    He said that Ngige was the primary to commit election crime in opposition to Anambra individuals in 2003 when he and his godfather stole Obi’s mandate and went forward to govern the state illegally for shut to a few years.

    “In 2003 he unleashed electoral fraud on individuals, and was the primary governor in Nigeria to be eliminated by the courtroom for rigging. It’s not true that APGA is sowing uniforms of safety brokers, moderately the police and INEC ought to listen to Ngige, as a result of often when he complains like this, he has one thing up his sleeves”,
    he acknowledged.

    Umeh commended the INEC for his or her plans for the election, saying that the order to cease
    police safety for governorship candidates on election day is an effective one.

    He equally referred to as for safety of cash baggage within the state be stopped as they had been those
    who often brought about bother with their aides.

    “These cash baggage have began arriving the state, and that i let you know they’re able to quite a bit. These folks have energy, cash and call, and due to their enterprise curiosity, they normally use their safety and contacts to intimidate the individuals, so we name on IG to additionally cease their security”, Umeh added.

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