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Hoodlums attack Atiku’s campaign office in Ebonyi, destroy billboards

Hoodlums attack Atiku’s campaign office in Ebonyi, destroy billboards

Obinna Odogwu, Abakaliki Some hoodlums in the early hours of Friday, attacked the campaign office of the Presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, in Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital and destroyed its billboards. The campaign office located along the Mile 50 axis of the old Enugu Road is run by […]
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Stop destruction of Atiku/Obi billboards, campaign materials, Kogi PDP warns APC

The Presidential Campaign Council of the Peoples Democratic Party in Kogi State has accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state of destroying campaign billboards just as it warned perpetrators of the dastardly act saying that no group has the monopoly or capacity to embark on a campaign of calumny.
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APC re-erects billboards

Billboards The billboards belonging to national ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) that were destroyed by unknown persons in Oyun and Offa in Kwara have been replaced.The billboards were re-erected by a huge crowd of supporters in Offa. The two billboards had inscription: “O to gee” (enough is enough) and containing pictures of

Of vandalised billboards and motives

Nigerian Army says it will punish Soldiers who divulge sensitive information

ONE factor that is used to establish culpability in criminal investigation or prosecution, particularly when a suspect is not caught red-handed, is motive. Motive simply means the reason for doing a thing. It is this concept that should guide us in making our conclusions about the allegations of malicious damage to billboards by the camps of the two main contenders for the 2019 Edo South Senatorial Election – Senator Matthew Urhoghide, PDP and Patrick Obahiagbon, APC.
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