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48 RIGHTS GROUPS PETITION UN, AU OVER SOWORE’S DETENTION

We are shocked that a government that rode to power on the promise to wipe out corruption and be the ‘voice of the voiceless’ is trying to silence the call

#NigeriaDecides: FIVE KILLED IN PRE-ELECTION VIOLENCE IN WARRI, NIGERIA – POLICE

WARRI – Five people were killed in southeast Nigeria during clashes between supporters of the two main political parties, police said on Monday, just days before a general election. The

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#NigeriaDecides: NIGERIA’S ELECTION BRINGS DUAL CRISES BACK TO THE POLLS: CORRUPTION AND BOKO HARAM

ABUJA, Nigeria — Muhammadu Buhari won the presidency in a historic election in Nigeria four years ago by promising to crush two scourges that had plagued the nation for years:

THE “3RD FORCE” AND THE IMPACT OF A PACT

The quest for an Obama-esque presidential candidate is now effectively over. Neither red card, nor PACT could make it happen. Durotoye will not relinquish his “hard earned” mandate to Moghalu.

COMRADE OMOYELE SOWORE SEEKS DIASPORA SUPPORT FOR HIS PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRATION 2019

Sowore is an indigene of Ondo State in South West Nigeria. He was born in the Niger Delta region of the country where he was also raised in a polygamous

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OMOYELE SOWORE : NIGERIA IS ABOUT TO WITNESS GENERATIONAL CHANGE

“I want to remind us to register so that we can vote out the enemies of democracy in Nigeria, and the only way we can do this is to be

NIGERIANS DESERVE MORE THAN ‘WEAK LEADERSHIP’ – OMOYELE SOWORE

Omoyele Sowore, the founder of online news platform – Sahara Reporters, who is also a presidential aspirant in the 2019 general elections, has spoken of his plans to redeem Nigeria

CAPE TOWN TOWNHALL MEETING WITH OMOYELE SOWORE

Omoyele Sowore will be hosted tomorrow at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. This is the South African edition of the series of meetings about taking back Nigeria with

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SOUTH AFRICA TOWNHALL MEETING WITH OMOYELE SOWORE IN PRETORIA

For almost sixty years, Nigerians have looked on in frustration as a succession of leaders have emerged on the national stage that has failed to create an environment in which