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A former presidential candidate, Prof Pat Utomi, has described Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari as the most miserable place to live on earth. Speaking on Channels TV on Sunday, the professor of political economy noted that there is poverty everywhere in the country. He said, “The truth of the matter is that this is the most miserable place to live on earth today; all the statistics say so. “Poverty rules the land but do you see it reflected in the lives of the political class? No, you don’t. Today, we have overtaken India in terms of the total number of…

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I am deeply shocked, and deeply hurt in my soul as a democrat that the stronghold of American democracy, the Capitol in Washington, has been attacked so openly and with such outrages. These outrages are nothing more and nothing less than an attack on the idea of democracy. When the Senate met on 06.01.2021 to confirm Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States, crowds of people gathered in war gear and equipment to overthrow the government and instigate a coup d’etat, as in a dictatorship. These people were not protesters, they were not demonstrators, they were “rioters…

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We stand in solidarity with the people of Nigeria protesting against the police brutality and human rights violations committed by the Nigerian police force, particularly by SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad) and our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of those who lost their lives. In the last 2 weeks, the youths of Africa’s most populous Country Nigeria have witnessed unprecedented agitation calling for an end to Police brutality via the ENDSARS MOVEMENT. The movement is not only calling for an end to Police brutality but also for a holistic overhaul of the nation´s colonial rooted Law &…

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Wir stehen in Solidarität mit dem nigerianischen Volk, das gegen die Brutalität der Polizei und die Menschenrechtsverletzungen protestiert, die von der nigerianischen Polizei, insbesondere von SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad), begangen werden, und unsere Gedanken und Gebete sind bei den Familien und Freunden derer, die ihr Leben verloren haben. In den letzten zwei Wochen wurden die Jugendlichen des bevölkerungsreichsten afrikanischen Landes Nigeria Zeuge einer beispiellosen Erhebung, die über die ENDSARS MOVEMENT ein Ende der anhaltenden Polizeibrutalität forderte. Die Bewegung fordert nicht nur ein Ende der Polizeibrutalität, sondern auch eine ganzheitliche Überarbeitung des kolonial verwurzelten Rechts- und Verwaltungssystems, des Bildungssystems und des…

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ADC-DN Worldwide Executive Committee on behalf of Million of concerned Diaspora Worldwide considered it absolutely necessary and patriotic to speak out against all the injustices and extra judicial killings of innocent Nigerian civilians and peaceful protesters in Nigeria. No civil society can tolerate such inhumane acts of violence. We of ADC-DN worldwide strongly condemn the shooting of innocent protesters at Lekki toll gate and several other hotspots across the country, there is no excuse for such barbaric act. This shows a clear leadership vacuum in the Nigerian political governance today overall, and the youth rightly expressed their frustrations and great…

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ADC-DN represents the African Democratic Congress Party of Nigeria 7th Region Global presence reaching out to all Nigerians in Diaspora across the 5th Global geo-political Regions of Africa, Americas, Asia & Middle East, Europe and Oceania & Pacific Region. Its unique aim is to provide an opportunity (3rd Force) and platform for Nigerian Diaspora’s voice to not only be heard, but also to create an effective political and economic emancipation of our beloved country Nigeria. Chief Ralphs Okey Nwosu (National Chairman of African Democratic Congress Party of Nigeria) The following are the ADC-DN Americas Leadership Hon. Chairman, ADC-DN Americas: Dr.…

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ADC Diaspora Network is a non-governmental and non-profit Nigerian Diaspora Organization, it is the Global arm of the African Democratic Congress Party of Nigeria. ADC-DN Americas represents the entire continental Americas geopolitical zone and is part of the ADC-DN Worldwide family with a Global presence reaching out to all Nigerians . Its unique aim is to provide an opportunity and platform for Nigerian Diaspora’s voice to not only be heard, but also to create an effective political and economic emancipation of our beloved country Nigeria. ADC-DN Americas distinguishes itself with quality selfless service advocacy with its eminent members and strategic…

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HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT Ayegunle Gbede is located at the North-Eastern part of Ijumu Local Government Area of Kogi State. Ijumu Local Government Area is on coordinates 70 51’N, 50 58’E. Ayegunle Gbede is the second largest and most populous town in Gbede land. The town is a nodal town in which five roads from different villages and towns intersected at the heart of the town. Ayegunle Gbede shares common borders with Oleh Bunu, Ayeh Gbede, Ayetoro Gbede, Iyah Gbede, Idoyi Bunu, Iluhafon Gbede, and Ayedayo Amuro. It is a settlement essentially on ridges of mountains. Thus, it is a much…

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Disqualification of Obaseki, impunity carried too far Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike says the Nigeria Governors Forum has become a toothless bulldog because it has lost focus on its role in defending the rule of law in the country. Governor Wike said the Forum used to be non-partisan and a powerful voice on national issues. He noted that since the All Progressives Congress(APC) took over the leadership of the body in 2015, Governors have turned to beggars. The governor made the assertion at media parley that held at Government House, Port Harcourt. “Before 2015, the Governors Forum used to…

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The Nigerian government is intentionally delaying diaspora voting because they seem to be afraid that diaspora participation may bring sanity into our elections. It will be difficult to make diasporans sell their votes. Rather, they will critically assess candidates before voting. It may also be difficult to rig diaspora votes. The government is not comfortable with smooth elections. There must be loopholes left for rigging. People must be killed for some persons to enter into offices. 58 Nigerians were killed in the 2019 Presidential elections. Over 100 of us were killed in the 2015 elections. 400 of us were killed…

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