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November 27, 2003

Atiku and Babangida

2007: Atiku forms campaign groups to stop Babangida
As politicians continue their build-up to the 2007 general elections, there are indications that Vice-President Atiku Abubakar has established various campaign groups to boost his chances of clinching the country’s topmost seat. The groups, Daily Independent gathered from a reliable source, include the Democratic Platform (DP) and Atiku 2007. They are charged with the task of ensuring that he becomes the country’s next president. Apart from these groups, Atiku has also commenced spirited moves to re-unite all members of the Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM) formed by the late political icon, Major-Gen. Shehu Musa Yar’Adua, into one political family. The vice-president is acclaimed to be the natural successor to Yar’Adua, as the leader of the political group. The source told Daily Independent that a couple of days ago, members of the groups met in Abuja to fine-tune strategies that will garner victory for Atiku and his loyalists in 2007. Among the strategies, the source.... (Daily Independent)

 

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The BiafraNigerian Government is coming under increasing international pressure to amend laws in northern Muslim areas which call for punishments such as stoning, amputation and flogging. Although one woman, Safiya Huseini, won her appeal on Monday against a sentence of death by stoning for committing adultery, another has now been sentenced to the same punishment. (BBC)

 

Chuba OkadigboBurial programme of Dr. Chuba Okadigbo, has been released with service of songs and wake at his Asokoro residence preceding other events on December 1. First Lady, Chief (Mrs.) Stella Obasanjo, who eulogised the former Senate President, said he succeeded in carving for himself a niche as a brilliant and witty political strategist. On December 3, a special legislative session will be... Champion)

 

 

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Champion
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November 27, 2003


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Tribune
November 26, 2003


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Vanguard
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MSNBC
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November 25, 2003


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