Jonathan's In Law Sets To Contest For Cross River Governorship
The son in law to former President, Goodluck Jonathan; Mr Godswill Edward who is the special adviser on sports and cinematography to Ben Ayade, governor of Cross River, has indicated interest to contest the 2023 governorship election in the state
Edward said it is time for a generational shift in the state where youths will take up leadership positions and demonstrate their capacity for governance.
“It is on that basis that I am running for governor, to consolidate on the gains of tourism, rural transformation and industrialisation,” he said
“My agenda is to consolidate; let us get what our leaders have done and built over time for the good and growth of the state.
“Let us consolidate on people, policy and infrastructure with a view to getting Cross River working.
“We need to look at all of these and build the confidence of our investors to grow the state.”
I've not Decided to Contest - CBN Governor
The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria; Mr. Godwin Emefiele has taken to his social media pages to clarify that he has not decided to contest and that he will get back to the general public in the next few days. Naijacrawl has earlier reported that a group has obtained the 100M APC form on behalf of the CBN governor, a situation that has generated a lot of criticism.The CNB governor writes: am humbled by the growing interest of those asking that I run for the O...
2023: Jonathan Can't Contest Based on This - Falana
A human rights lawyer, Femi Falana has said yesterday that former President Goodluck Jonathan cannot contest in the 2023 presidential election, citing constitutional provisions barring the ex-president from seeking re-election.The senior advocate based the reason on the newly signed law in 2018 that barred anyone to spend more than 8 years in office, a law that was not effective in 2015 when Jonathan contested against Buhari.He recalled that Mr Jonathan became the P...
Youth Shouldn't Contest for Election in 2023 - Bukola Saraki
The immediate past President of the Nigerian Senate; Sen Abubakar Bukola Saraki during the last weekend has told youths nursing the ambition to run in the 2023 presidential election to shelve the idea.Saraki said it was already too late for such persons to stand any chance of winning an election in this country, adding that the system is too rigid.“You have to give up some good values that you have to be able to be competitive,” the former Kwara State Governor said...
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