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24052018 - BUHARI-OBASANJO FACEOFF : Crossfire, as supporters bombard each other

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Vanguard Newspaper 24 May 2018

24052018 - BUHARI-OBASANJO FACEOFF : Crossfire, as supporters bombard each

XENOPHOBIA: Nigerian community protests threat to kill son of ex-Ealges star, Willie Opara 39 N400M FRAUD TRIAL: Metuh made my court look like accident scene — JUSTICE ABANG 9 My father raped me for four years, says 18-yr-old girl OKOGIE TO NIGERIANS: Insist on true democracy 6 9 ** ** VOL. 26: NO. 63556 THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2018 BUHARI-OBASANJO FACEOFF: Crossfire, as supporters bombard each other •VON boss, Okechukwu, Omokri, Fani-Kayode fire salvoes •Probe b power spending — CNPP, SERAP, AFRICMIL ACHEBE INT'L CONFERENCE Noble Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka (M); Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Prof. Charles Igwe (2nd, R); representative of Lagos State Governor, Mr Kehinde Bamigbetan (R)), former governor of old Anambra State, Chief Chukwuemeka Ezeife, (2nd L) and other dignitaries during the 2nd Chinua Achebe International Conference at UNN Campus in Nsukka, Enugu State, yesterday. Photo: NAN. SEE STORY ON PAGE 16. AMNESTY REPORT: DHQ alleges plot to destabilise Nigeria 10 APC CONVENTION: Protest over alleged removal of nPDP members from c’ttee 8 COLUMNISTS OCHEREOME 30 GAMBO DORI 17 ADAMU 17 AMAECHI 40 INSECURITY: Service chiefs at Senate, demand special funding AU unveils AFRIMA 14 2018 calendar in Accra 8 By Soni Daniel, Emman Ovuakporie, Udeme Akpan, Mike Eboh, Chris Ochayi & Prince Okafor ABUJA—Strong evocations of political indiscretion overflowed yesterday as supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari and former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo took positions against one another. Supporters of the incumbent and former president spoke as the House of Representatives distanced itself from President Buhari’s assertions of indolence by legislators, saying the President only asserted his opinion. However, stakeholders in labour and civil society welcomed the face-off between the two generals, saying it could bring about the much-needed probity and accountability in the power sector. Also, the Socio- Economic Rights and Continues on Page 5 Mr & Mrs

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