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10072018 - PDP, R-APC, ADC, 36 other parties sign MoU to oust APC

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10072018 - PDP, R-APC, ADC, 36 other parties sign MoU to oust

EKITI: APC backs use of soldiers, others for gov poll •Police uncover ballot paper factory in Lagos 11 How my daughter was murdered by her fiance — Ondo ex-Dep Gov Ortom set to leave APC as mediation by govs fails 8 Vanguard Maritime Report debuts tomorrow Today, ARIBISALA WRITES: "In Nigeria, democracy merely becomes yet another tool for seizing power 7 illegally...." 36 •Watch out! ** VOL. 26: NO. 63589 TUESDAY, JULY 10, 2018 PDP, R-APC, ADC, 36 other parties sign MoU to oust APC •We are waiting for their MoUAPC THE ALLIANCE PARTIES TO THE MOU Action Alliance Alliance for Democracy Africa Democratic Party Action Democratic Party All Grand Alliance Party Action Peoples Party Advanced Congress of Democrats Better Nigeria Progressive Party Democratic Alternative Democratic Peoples Party Grand Democratic Party of Nigeria Green Party of Nigeria KOWA Party, Labour Party Mass Action Joint Alliance Masses Movement of Nigeria National Conscience Party New Generation Party National Unity Party Nigeria Intervention Movement Peoples Alliance for National Development and Liberty Peoples Progressive Party People for Democratic Change Peoples Democratic Party Providence People’s Congress Reformed All Progressives Congress Restoration Party of Nigeria Social Democratic Party Unity Party of Nigeria All Grassroots Alliance National Interest Party Nigeria Democratic Congress Party Progressive Peoples Alliance Young Democratic Party. From left, former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abukakar; Chairman, R-APC, Engr. Buba Galadima; Senator Stella Omu, former Senate President, David Mark and Alhaji Tafawa Balewa, during the signing of MoU by a coalition of political parties in Abuja, yesterday. Photo: Gbemiga Olamikan. Adeosun applied for exemption certificate —NYSC •Lawyer files suit seeking her sack Firms’ confidence in economy grows to 64.9 points — CBN report New kings suspend Olubadan’s LG salary COLUMNISTS ERIC TENIOLA 18 ODUMAKIN 17 MAILAFIA 30 19 FG laments DISCOs N500bn indebtedness to NBET 8 11 9 Customs intercepts truckload of 200,000 44 rounds of ammunition SEE INSIDE By Dirisu Yakubu & Omezia Ajayi A BUJA—Senate President, Bukola Saraki, was on his way back to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, after his proxies yesterday initialled an agreement between the party and 38 other parties to sack President Muhammadu Buhari from power. Among the parties was the Dr. Olusegun Obasanjo-inspired African Democratic Congress, ADC, who resolved to produce a single candidate in the 2019 presidential election. Yesterday’s agreement was witnessed by several Continues on Page 5 41 Naira depreciates to N358.5/$ Mr & Mrs

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