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*******www.nigerianwebradio**** Northern Political Summit held July 15, 2010 concluded that PDP should drop the controversial zoning arrangement and allow President Goodluck Jonathan to contest the 2011 general elections.
5 Dec 2010
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BY BRANDON TWICHELL ANCHOR: JENNY MECKLES You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy The people of Nigeria turned out to vote in parliamentary elections despite violence at polling stations. Some analysts say this latest election is the freest in Nigeria’s recent history. But a BBC News correspondent reports violence is still a big issue in some parts of the country. “In Maiduguri an explosion at a polling station...killed at least three people - including a female police officer guarding the ballot box - and the presiding electoral officer … In Lagos, some people complained of being unable to vote after not finding their names on the register.” There are more than 73 million registered voters in Nigeria, and a reporter for Al-Jazeera explains the citizens feel they need to vote for a better life - despite the violence. “Nigeria is actually the world’s sixth largest oil producer, exporting two million barrels a day. But 80% of people live below the poverty line. Unemployment is rife. Constant electricity and running water are scarce in most of the nation. Many blame the country’s political leadership for mismanagement.” International observers point to this election as being the freest since the end of military rule in 1999. A West African professor tells Nigeria’s The Nation - the ruling People’s Democratic Party committed election fraud in the past. “President Goodluck Jonathan’s repeated assurances of credible elections...is a welcome departure from the ‘do-or die’ stance of his ruling PDP in the past. This should contribute to a significant attenuation of the dangerously high political temperature.” A writer for Nigeria’s newspaper The Punch says overall, this election demonstrated that Nigerians are ready to take control of their political destiny. “Security agents deployed to the streets and polling centres appeared to be coming to terms with the ethos of democracy. They kept to the background and unlike in the past were not part of the problems of voters this time around.” The AFP reports the ruling PDP will lose seats, but it’s unclear if the party will lose the majority. Presidential and state gubernatorial elections are planned for later this month. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get news with analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Apr 2011
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BY HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Good news for Goodluck Jonathan -- Preliminary poll results show the Nigerian incumbent president is set up for a landslide victory. “Nigerian leader Goodluck Jonathan is winning the vote count in the presidential elections there. He has secured more than double the votes of his main rival.” (Video: Bloomberg) Observers are praising Nigeria for holding what’s being called the country’s fairest election in decades. The BBC offers some perspective on the reported improvement. “In 2007, you know, most people talked about the level of fraud. It was perhaps the one of the worst elections ever conducted, not just in Nigeria but also in Africa. But Nigeria seems to have to turned the corner. I was in Kano, there was a large turnout. People were standing in the sun for several hours and they just waited patiently to cast their votes.” Even with the improvements- CNN reports the election wasn’t totally error-free. “And it does seem that most observers and many Nigerians do believe their votes this time did matter. That is not to say, Zain, that this was...not a Nigerian election. We did see underaged voters. There are reports of inflated figures, particularly in the home region of Goodluck Jonathan, in the Delta region...” Al Jazeera reports -- some Nigerians from the northern part of the country are beginning to show their discontent over the results. That region is the stronghold of Jonathan’s closest contender, Muhammadu Buhari. “Concerns were raised late on Sunday over extraordinarily high totals favouring Jonathan in parts of his native south. Riots broke out in parts of the predominantly Muslim north over allegations of rigging.” Buhari has officially filed a complaint with the Independent National Electoral Commission in Abuja. But for now, analysts say it looks like Goodluck Jonathan is set for another term. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Apr 2011
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Hear this bird which really sounds like King Kobra, the most dangerous Indian snake. This bird is well known for Wealth and Wisdom, hence prayed at some part of India. People also use this bird extensively for Tantric work. Incase it makes nest at your home it is suppose to bring a lot of Wealth and Good Luck. So play this video to hear this mysterious bird.
20 Nov 2007
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"Good Luck" music video, of RC JR's upcoming album, also titled "Good Luck". Copyright 2008 rcjrmusic (videoclips borrowed from "deepsea imax in 3d", "barton springs underwater footage", and several others. if you take offense to this, message me, and i will provide the full list of videos. i do not claim ownership or copyright to the videos, but i do claim ownership to the song)
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a tasty trailer of the dirty, sweet, funny, free video e-cards available at LilyDidIt****. at LDI, you create lameness-free and occasion-specifc e-cards from our library of itsy-bitsy webisodes about Lily, her friends, foes and flirts.
6 Nov 2008
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How to make cookup rice is taken from a video presentation onboard the Seven Seas cruise liner, the MV Mariner. You can find the recipe at *******www.hotsauce-peppersauce/recipes.htm
11 Nov 2009
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After a long battle with a debilitating heart condition, President Umaru Yar'Adua passed away at 58, and is succeeded by his vice president.
8 May 2010
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Very good timing and luck of a man and a woman
30 Mar 2021
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