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Nigerian Ministrial Nominees List probables.

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Ahead of the swearing in ceremony of the President elect, President Goodluck Jonathan.

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It also contains the names of PDP aspirant who lost elections, party chieftains or their spouse amongst many others.

Note: This is not the final list, candidates will be selected by the president and will still be screened by the house of assembly before they are sworn into office.

The ministerial nominees list in logical order.

Anambra

Barr Clems Ezika

Barr Ernest Nwoye

Chief Chuba Egolum

Sen Ebenezer Ikeyina

Chudi offodile

Hon Anayo Nebe

Mrs Obiamaka

Okolo Sunday Aghadi

Engr Ben Akah

Sir Emmanuel Mbamalu

Bayelsa

Rev Obegha Julius Oworibo

His Highness sir Timiebi Roupa Okara

Amb Josef Egbuson

Austin Ogunwo Febo

Dr Thomas Coomander Nwoyemditon

Torpedo Amananaghan

Dr Ambilly Etekpe

Mr Isaiah Gabriel

Chief Lionel Jonathan-Omo

Emmanuel Robert Okara

Delta

Echegile Godson Onyemaechi

Godwill Obielum

Marian Nneamaka Ali

Elder Godsday Orubebe

Faith Tuedor-Matthews

Chief Solomon Ogba

Young Igbrude

Williams Makinde

Barr Ovie Omo-Agege

Elizabeth titi Uvoh-Gardner

Edo

Chief Dan Orbih

Mike Onolememen

Matthew Urhogide

Julius ihonvbere

Giwa Abonmeirele

Lucky Imasuen

Clifford Odia

Felix Akhabue

Sarah Adetugbogtboh

Safawu ini Momoh

Ekiti

Bola Olu-Ojo

Navy Capt. Caleb Olubolade

Sen Ayo Arise

Biodun Olujimi

Sakiru Lawal

Hope Ademiluyi

Femi Akinyemi

Dare Bajide

Princess Titilayo Owolabi

Prince Dayo Adeyeye

FCT, Abuja

Sen Usman Jibrin Wowo

Y.Y. Suleiman

Danladi etsu Zhin

Emmanuel Olugbuo

Alhassan s. Gwagwa

Esther John Audu

Rakiya Yusuf

Fatima Suleiman

Hassan Sokodobo

Samson Baba Galuwi

Jigawa

Ahmad Hassan Alghazali

Bar ali Saadu

Ruqayyat Ahmed Rufai

Ahmed abdulhamid Madori

Ibrahim Ismail

Faruk Dalhatu

Nurudeen Muhammad

Hadiza abdulwahab

Habibah Isa-dutse

Abbas Anas Adamu

Abubakar Gumel

Kano

Farouk Iya Sambo

Ahmed Garba Bichi

Kabir Rabiu

Baraka Sani

Jamaila Salim

Abdullahi Mahmud

Yusuf Ado kibiya

Nasiru Aliko

Idris Dambazau

Ismaila Halilu

Katsina

Musa Mohammed sada

Sirajo umar Damari

Ali Husseini Dutsima

Murtala shehu yar’Adua

Babajo Ibrahim Funtua

Sen umar Tsauri

Adamu Babangida Ibrahim
Abubakar Mukhtar (buba)

Bilikisu Kaikai

Kebbi

Prof moh’d Kaoje Abukabar

Hon Zaiklani

Asabe Abubakar

Isah Aliyu Moh’d

Sen Sani Kamba

Bala Buwa Kaoje

Garba Dandiga

Usman Maitamabari

Kabiru Usman

Talatu Nasir

Salamatu Suleiman

Nasarawa

Yunana iliya

Labaran Maku

Usman Bagudu

Sen Walid Jibrin

Anthony Akika

Timothy Anjide

Tanimu Adabson

Adamu Egye

Halima Jabiru

Ayitogo Sdaatu

Niger

Baba Shehu Agaie

Umar Musa Maali

Sani Ndanusa

Abdulrahman Mahmuid Eragi

Aliyu datti

Tanko Beji

Shem Zagbayi Nuhu

Jummal moh’d Agwai

Col. Aminu Isa kotagora (rtd)

Isah Ladan

Ogun

Adetinji Olurin

Bashorun Dayo Soremi

Tahib Odunowo

Yemi Adefule

Doyin Okupe

Sen. Felix kola Bajomo

Babatunde Fadun

Olusegun Alawode

Kafilat Ogbara

Henrietta Luke Fuba

Osun

Sen iyiola Omisore

Olagunsoye oyinlola

Isiaka Adeleke

Yemi Farounbi

Olu Alabi

Fatai Akinbade

Patricia etteh

Olusola Obada

Francis Fadahunsi

Shuaibu oyedoku

Yobe

Jalo Zaram

Lawan Latenwa

Abdu Bulama

Adamu Talba

Umar Damagum

Zainab Boni Haruna

Sen Usma Albishir

Hasan Hussein

Jibrin Maigari

Mairop Amshi

second list of Yobe

Jonah Agyo

Musa John Jin

2nd list of Yobe

Adamu Maina Waziri

Mai Adamu Mustapha

Abdu Bulama

Usman Albishir

Zainab Boni Haruna

Garba Umar

Yakubu Bello

Falmata buba Lawan

Gingiri Lawan

Baba Gishuwari

Lagos

Ade Dosumu

Setom Koshoedo

Olatunji Sheile

Moshood Salvadore

Alade Abani wonda

Atolagbe Animashaun

Bode oyelede

Rafiq Ogungbambi

Kadirat omotanwa

Sola Oladeinde

Ondo

Omotayo Dairo

Olusola Oke

Bode Olajumoke

Olusegun Agagu

Omolade oluwateru

Gbenga elegbeleye

Folake Akinjoko

Kingsley kuku

Febi Adeyemi

Jomoh Ibrahim

Oyo

Rasak Kareem

Taofeek Adedoja

Olajumoke Akinjide

Olorunsogo Olukemi

Ayodele Adigun

Akande Adebayo

Tairat adeyemi

Adisa nureni

Ayoka Lawani

Gbola Adetunji

Zamfara

Mahmud shinkafi

Muktar Anka

Bature Sambo

Bala Mande

Tijani Yahaya Kaura

Bashir yuguda

Ibrahim Galadima

Mamman Bawa Gusau

Mrs Aisha Aliyu Laraz

Abubakar Bunu

Cross River

John Ogar Odey

Peter Abang Ojie

Martina Odom

Julius Okputu

Edem duke

Andem San

Catherinr Uyok okon

Amb Soni Abang

Prince Ebuta Ayuk

Mrs Margaret Ebokpo

Enugu

Engr Vita Abba

Mrs Fidelia Njeze

Chukwuemeka Ujam

Goddy Agbo

Jide Matthew Chime

Festus Uzor

Samuel Ngwu

Ikechukwu ugwuegede

Sally Adukwu-Bogunjoko

Gombe

Sen Adamu Ajuji Waziri

A. Abubakar

John Yoriyo

Jack Gumpy

Dahiru Buba Biri

Amina Al-Zubair

Sen Haruna Garba

Sulaiman Abubakar Kalshingi

Pharm. Moh’d Santana

Kano

Barr. Farouk Sambo

Ahmed Garba Bichi

Kabir Rabiu

Baraka Sani

Abdullhi Mahmud

Yusuf Ado Kabiya

Nasiru Aliko

Idris Dambazzau

Ismail Halilu

Kogi

Musa Ahmadu

Joe Abrahams

Idris Wada

Lt. Gen. Salihu Ibrahim

Mohammed Kabir Usman

Aro Samuel Bamidele

Robert Audu

Salau Ogembe

Salime Dorcas Onuminya

Dr Hadiza Onotu

Kwara

Yekini Alabi

M. Segun

Bode Ojomu

Olaitan Kadri

Ismail Sadiq

Bisi Balogun

Shola Jimoh

Tunde Paku

L. Haruna

Taraba

Amb Emmanuel Njiwah

Simon inusa Dogari

Musa Wakil Dakka

Armaya Dauda Abubakar

S.D. Gani

Sen Anthony Manzo

Mary Paninga

Mamma Ibrahim Hassan Lau

Victor Bala kona

Jonah Agyo

Musa John Jin

2nd list of Yobe

Jonah Agyo

Musa John Jin

Let us see who amongst them makes the list eventually.

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Interview

“Only Aketi can defeat Aketi in the coming election”

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Who’s Abayomi Ale?
My name is Ale Abayomi Abiodun. I am a lawyer, a transaction advisor, sustainability champion, workplace culture expert, and a politician. I am a family man. I am a proud Owo son and an indigene of Ondo State. I am debonair and conservative by nature. I may be a polymath too. I’m also a health enthusiast.

The Governorship election in Ondo State is approaching, what’s your view about the election?
It’s just another defined term for evaluation of performance. In the overview, we are lucky that Ondo State election won’t be going the rowdy way like Edo States’. Most times when too much emotions get invested in any particular election, it’s the masses and the State’s economy that suffers it the most. Such are usually violent; very expensive, as politicians may be spurred to spend ten naira where they ought to have spent five naira; and its usually difficult to recover from such battles when a winner eventually emerges. Such victories are usually pyrrhic and attended with enormous court battles.
We would have fall into same labyrinth if the estranged deputy governor of Ondo State had won the PDP ticket of the State. Its obvious God has favoured us for peace and prosperity with the way the Primary elections of the two mainstream political parties in the State turned out.

Who is your preferred candidate?
Oh… you can see that from every shade of my body language.
To be frank with you, I am of the believe that this administration has not only performed creditably well in so many sectors, but has set the economic quadrants of the State towards achieving financial sustainability. The latter is one of the reasons I preach that Arakunrin Akeredolu be allowed a second term to consolidate the foundation he has laid before handing over to another illustrious son of the State. This administration has positioned the state on a tripod stand of Industrial Opportunities; Security and Exit Strategy Seaport that will help export value-added produce and products.
This is a diversion that leads to financial independence of Ondo State. It’s a redirection that will gradually reduce our dependency on FAAC droppings from the Federal table. I strongly believe such a vision should be supported for another four years.

Are you supporting Aketi because he is your kinsman?
(Laughs)…..That’s not true. As a fact, I worked for another candidate in 2016 and didn’t support him then. This wasn’t because I didn’t trust his capacity and character then, but because I had the burden of political loyalty. My political teacher and master then supported Olusola Oke….he was even the Director-General of his campaign. There was no way I would switch loyalty midstream. I don’t give less than 100% loyalty to whomever or whatever I believe.

So you are back now with Barr. Olusola Oke to support the governor?
I have been back to support and respect Aketi as the leader of the party in the State right from when everyone returned to APC. I never supported the Unity Group. I returned to corporate practice of Law in Abuja since 2018…… I have learnt that to hold on to an ideology in Nigeria’s polity, you may need to retain and develop your second address; else the only alternative will be to become an apple-polish. I am not very good in bootlicking.

Do you think Aketi will win, or which of the candidates do you think will win the October 10 election in Ondo State?
Aketi will win! Part of my training is to be objective in analyzing products, projects, challenges and service. On this one, I reached the verdict that only Aketi can defeat Aketi in the coming election. In the scale of balances, Aketi is a strong candidate with the advantage of incumbency in the ruling party at both the central and the State. One of his contenders is a weak candidate, but with a good political party structure. The other is a good grassroot mobiliser in a political party that less than 2% of the voters in Ondo State presently can recognize its party logo. This is apart from that the latter has been labeled a turncoat with a vaulting ambition.
All Factors and Indicators point to Aketi’s win. The man is an example of what God meant in Psalm 23:5.

What is your dream for Ondo State?
That we eventually exploit our potentials to maximized benefits. Ondo State is strategically positioned with both land mineral resources and seaport advantage. If the first white man’s ship had berth at our shores, we would have been ten times greater than what Lagos is today. I believe that with the right balanced heads and economic advisers in Alagbaka for a continued period of terms, Ondo state will grow in leaps and bounds. Hopefully, the exclusive list of our federal constitution would be devolved soon. It has been a stone in the wheels of progress to many States in Nigeria.

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Award Winners and Recipients

OUTSTANDING NIGERIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHAIRMEN MERIT AWARD “2020”

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Outstanding Nigerian Local Government Chairman Merit Award 2020

Nomination List

  • The Executive Chairman, Aba South LGA. Abia State
  • The Executive Chairman, Mahia LGA, Adamawa State
  • The Executive Chairman, Ifedore LGA, Ondo State
  • The Executive Chairman, Ovia South-West LGA, Edo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Eastern Obolo LGA, Akwa-Ibom State
  • The Executive Chairman, Iwo LGA, Osun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Akinyele LGA, Oyo State
  • The Executive Chairman, Anambra West LGA, Anambra State
  • The Executive Chairman, Bogoro LGA, Bauchi State
  • The Executive Chairman, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa State
  • The Executive Chairman, Ador LGA, Benue State
  • The Executive Chairman, Askira/Uba LGA, Borno State
  • The Executive Chairman, Akampa LGA, Crossriver State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Aniocha South LGA, Delta State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ohaukwu LGA, Ebonyi State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Egor LGA, Edo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ikole LGA, Ekiti State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Igbo Eze LGA, Enugu State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Bwari LGA, Federal Capital Territory
  • The Executive Chairman, Balanga LGA, Gombe State
  • The Executive Chairman, Obokun LGA, Osun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Oluyole LGA, Oyo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ideato South LGA, Imo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Babura LGA, Jigawa State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Kachia LGA, Kaduna State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Gezawa LGA, Kano State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Dan Musa LGA, Katsina State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Argungu LGA, Kebbi State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ajaokuta LGA, Kogi State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Toungo LGA, Adamawa State
  • The Executive Chairman, Baruten LGA, Kwara State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ibadan South-West LGA, Oyo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Eti-Osa LGA, Lagos State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Akwanga LGA, Nasarawa State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Borgu LGA, Niger State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Odeda LGA, Ogun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ilaje LGA, Ondo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ife-Central LGA, Osun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Egbeda LGA, Oyo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Langtang North LGA, Plateau State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Kaura Namoda LGA, Zamfara State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Girei LGA, Adamawa State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Bodinga LGA, Sokoto State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Kurmi LGA, Taraba State
  • The Executive Chairman, Olorunda LGA, Osun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Iddo LGA, Oyo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Karasuwa LGA, Yobe State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Kaura Namoda LGA, Zamfara State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ryom LGA, Plateau State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Song LGA, Adamawa State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Alkaleri LGA, Bauchi State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Emure LGA, Ekiti State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Lokoja LGA, Kogi State
  • The Executive Chairman, Akoko North-West LGA, Ondo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Yewa North LGA, Ogun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Odo-Otin LGA, Osun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Afijio LGA, Oyo State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ado-Ekiti LGA, Ekiti State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Koton-Karfi LGA, Kogi State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Odeda LGA, Ogun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Orolu LGA, Osun State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Mangu LGA, Plateau State
  •  The Executive Chairman, Ibadan South LGA, Oyo State

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Pastor Adeboye Leads Protest to End Killings in Nigeria

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Pastor Adeboye carrying placards

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, discarded his hitherto conservative and conciliatory disposition and took to the streets to lead thousands of his members in a protest march against insecurity and killings of Christians across the nation, especially in northern states.

The action is sequel to an earlier directive by the leader of one of the most influential Pentecostal churches in Nigeria that its members should conduct the protest nationwide, with him starting his own action at exactly 11am at the RCCG National Headquarters in Ebute Metta, Lagos.

The Assistant General Overseer (Admin and Personnel) of the church, Pastor J.F Odesola, in a circular dated January 29, 2020, addressed to all regions and provinces of the RCCG, parishes of the church were asked to end their service not later than 11am on Sunday to enable members “march round their immediate environment, praying for God’s intervention in the ongoing situation in Nigeria.”

The protests are at the instance of the RCCG General Overseer, Pastor Adejare Adeboye.

The circular, read: “The Christian Association of Nigeria, the umbrella body for all Christians and Christian organisations in Nigeria, has made a clarion call for prayers and advocacy to all Christians in Nigeria in response to the inhumane acts against Christians in the country.”

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