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1. Igbos built Port Harcourt – Gov Uzodinma

The Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma, has declared that the Igbo people built Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.

Governor Uzodinma further claimed that some people are trying hard to rewrite history. According to him, “Igbo people built Port Harcourt. Even if it pleases some people now to try to rewrite history.

2. Reject Ethnic And Religious Politics, Jonathan Advises Youths

Former President Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday urged young people to reject those trying to divide the country with ethnic and religious politics ahead of the 2023 elections.

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Jonathan noted that Nigeria’s politics is steeped in ethnicity and religion “to the detriment of our country and our own collective roots. I think we need to reduce this.”

3. 2023: One-Million March For Obi Holds In Ogun

Members of the Labour Party under the aegis of coalition for Peter Obi presidency on Saturday held a one-million man walk for its presidential candidate, Peter Obi and his running mate, Datti Ahmed in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital

The walk, which took off from the popular Kuto market in the state capital, saw members march through major streets before terminating at the Panseke market.

4. Youths ‘anointed’ Obi to end corruption – Senator

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An Anambra State senator, Annie Okonkwo, has stated that Nigerian youths have anointed the presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi, to break the yoke of corruption in the country.

Making his remarks at the Beverly Hilton venue, attended by global diasporans, Okonkwo noted that God and man have chosen Obi to take back Nigeria.

5. Peter Obi not change Nigerians need – Sowore

The presidential candidate of the African Action Congress, Mr Omoyele Sowore, has noted that the former Anambra State Governor and presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr Peter Obi, is not the change Nigerians need.

He noted that Obi was part of the old system of politicians that had crippled the nation’s fortunes.

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