Jega, who is a leader of the party in his remarks at the National Convention of the party which held Saturday in Abuja, saying the PRP has an opportunity to win elections and rebuild Nigeria.
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However, in view of the intense pressures and numerous inquiries from political gladiators in the country, including former and sitting governors, aspirants, ministers, Federal and state lawmakers, among others, disenchanted with the current system in Nigeria, the Leadership of the Fusion Council of the Third Force Mega Party has said it will thoroughly assess and screen defectors and new entrants to ensure full acceptance of and compliance with Third Force political charter of demand recently adopted to mobilize the Nigerian peoples and workers for the 2023 ballot revolution to rescue and reset Nigeria.
The Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Senator Babajide Omoworare, made this known on Thursday.
Omoworare stated this on Thursday in Abuja during a discussion organised by the National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies (NILDS) in collaboration with Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD).
Professor Jega said this on Sunday at the Citizens’ Townhall Electoral Bill 2021, organised by Yiaga Africa and partners.
Jega said some of these corrupt judges sold judgments to the highest bidders and quickly retired to avoid being sanctioned by the NJC
He spoke with newsmen on the sideline of the ongoing ECOWAS Parliament’s High-level Seminar on Thursday in Ghana.
According to the group, the RNP is designed to provide an alternative political platform to the dominance of the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party.
Dr. Salihu Lukman, Director-General, PGF, said this in a statement on Monday in Abuja.
In his recent book, Arguing with Zombies: Economics, Politics and the Fight for Better Future, the American economist, Paul Krugman drew attention to what he refers to as ‘one-dimensional politics’, which is about opinions and not facts.
Jega was speaking on behalf of other chairmen at the inaugural ceremony of 38 Federal Universities and four Inter-university centres in Abuja on Tuesday.
Executive Director of the organisation, Dr Chima Amadi, said this while briefing newsmen in Abuja on Thursday.
The Special Roundtable session, which creates auspices for honouring real Heroes and Heroines of the June 12 pro democracy struggle in Nigeria, has also been designed to host leading presidential aspirants contesting in the 2019 elections in Nigeria
The decision followed a Point of Order moved by Senator Isah Misau drawing the attention of the senate to the comment attributed to the former INEC boss.
Jega said this while delivering a lecture entitled: “Peace Building and Good Governance for Sustainable Development in Nigeria,” to mark the 2018 Democracy Day in Abuja
Mustapha made this assertion, at the 2018 Democracy Day Lecture, with the Theme: “Peace Building and Good Governance for sustainable development”, on Monday in Abuja.
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje who inaugurated the committee in Kano said centre was to immortalise the late elder statesman for his immense contributions to political and democratic developments in the country.
Jega said this at an election programme, Watching the Vote Series with the theme: “Is Nigeria’s Democracy Under Threat?, organised by Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth & Advancement in Abuja.
The Executive Secretary, NUC, Prof. Abubakar Rasheed, made this known in an interview with journalists in Abuja on Monday after he appeared before the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFUND to defend the 2018 budget proposed by the commission
‘An honest man does not hold one opinion and express another. That is my mantra. To now read that Dr. Jonathan was forced to concede the election is absolutely preposterous! If he had the benefit of sound advice, I am certain this is one subject he needed to avoid so soon after he made us believe he was a statesman’