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Secondus Appoints Chidoka Special Adviser On Strategy and External Engagements

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus has appointed former Minister of Aviation and former Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Chief Osita Chidoka, as his Special Adviser on Strategy and External Engagements. The appointment is with immediate effect. Chief Chidoka, who is well reputed for his…

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It’s Time to Heal the Land – Osita Chidoka

The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP led by the Deputy National Chairman, Senator Babayo Garba Gamawa and the Zonal Vice Chairman, Deacon Austin Umahi, yesterday, Friday 13 April, 2018, paid a visit to the former Minister of Aviation, Chief Osita Chidoka at his country home in Obosi, Idemili North Local Government Area of…

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Meet the Man: Osita Chidoka (Ike Obosi)

Early Life Ositadinma Benjamin Chidoka (born July 18, 1971),  in Enugu, the then capital of old Anambra State, South-East Nigeria, to the household of Ogbueshi Ben Ejikeme Chidoka. He is also known by his traditional title, “Ike Obosi”. He is a transport administrator and politician of repute, and considered to be one of the leading lights…

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The Tiger is Coming!

Back In 2007, when the appointment of Osita Chidoka as the new Corps Marshall of Federal Road Safety Commission made the rounds, it was greeted with protests from some quarters. Their anger? That the appointment of a thirty-six year old boy, a greenhorn and a stranger into such a high position was outlandish, irresponsible and…

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Anambra Guber: UPP Begins a Crucial Journey

Anayo Okolie, reports on the increasing popularity of the United Progressive Party ahead of the governorship election in Anambra State “The tiger caresses its cobs with its powerful canine but tears down the enemy with the same powerful canine.” With those poetic words, the national chairman of United Progressive Party, Chief Chekwas Okorie, handed over…

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PROFILE OF MR. MARCEL OKEKE, RUNNING MATE OF CHIEF OSITA CHIDOKA IN THE NOVEMBER, 2017 ANAMBRA ELECTION

Mr. Marcel Okeke serves as Chief Economist, Group Head of Research & Economic Intelligence Group and Assistant General Manager at Zenith Bank Plc and served as its Director since March 3, 2017 until March 16, 2017. Before joining Zenith Bank Plc at the take-off of the R & EIG in 2004, Mr. Okeke has a…

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Anambra 2017: Osita Chidoka, an end to racketeering…

  Have you ever had to register your business? Or tried to get govt. approval for a building construction? Or get certification for a product? Before you embark on these things, there’s usually a caveat which says, “Abandon all hope he who enters here,” cause, brethren, you will suffer! A camel will pass through the…

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South East Agitation: Chidoka Campaign Urges FG For Caution

…Flays APC, APGA On Killings The Osita Chidoka Campaign Organization calls on the Federal Government and security agencies to apply caution in handling matters related to agitations by the people of the South East region. We also caution against any act that may lead to further confrontation with the people and aggravate the already tensed-up situation…

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‘Don’t Get Jittery Yet’- Chidoka Campaign Tells Obiano

…Berates Obiano, APGA For Vandalizing UPP Billboard Governor Wille Obiano and his weakened faction of the now almost moribund All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has begun a reign of terror on our great party, the pan-Igbo United Progressive Party (UPP). Since the conclusion of our governorship primary and their failure to stop the emergence of…

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Anambra guber: We’ll win because APC, APGA, PDP have failed the people

…Says the people stand with him Former aviation minister and frontline contender in the November 18, 2017 Anambra state governorship election, Chief Osita Chidoka has said that with the widespread support from the people and the soaring popularity of his party, the United Progressive Party (UPP), it is certain that he will win the governorship…

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