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Chime In today at 2pm CST on the future of Nigeria.
As Nigeria bids farewell to Goodluck Johnathan and welcomes in Muhammadu Buhari, what does the future of Nigeria look like?
Will Nigeria see a drop in Boko Haram incidents?
Will Nigeria get the abducted 200+ girls back?
Will Nigeria see a middle class - a sharing of the wealth?
Will Nigeria see an improved level of security in the nation?
Will Nigeria see an improved economy?
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MGN Radio discusses the Nigerian Politics. Fourteen political parties and presidential candidates of these parties are gunning for Nigeria’s coveted number one seat and leading the pack are incumbent President Jonathan of the ruling People’s Democratic Party, PDP and General Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, APC. The ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP’s candidates are President Goodluck Jonathan and his vice, Namadi Sambo, while the main opposition All Progressives Congress, APC, has Muhammadu Buhari and Yemi Osinbajo as presidential and vice presidential candidates.
Join us tomorrow at noon EST as we chat Politics and outcome of the 2015 Nigerian Presidential Election. You don't want to miss this show and our special guests.
Note; Aso Rock is a large outcrop that is on the outskirts of Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. TheAso Rock is a 400 metre monolith and is the city's most noticeable feature. The Nigerian Presidential Complex, Nigerian National Assembly, and Nigerian Supreme Court are located around it.
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THE STEPHANOPOULOS INTERVIEW WITH INDIANA GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE IS DISCUSSED, AS WELL AS THE FALLOUT FROM HIS CONTROVERSIAL RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION BILL.
NIGERIAN PREZ GOODLUCK JONATHAN’S LUCK RAN OUT. HE LOST THE ELECTION. ALSO, ROB DISCUSSES OBAMA’S UPCOMING TRIP TO KENYA.
Chime In presents What is The Political Climate in Nigeria? Do Chime In. We want to hear what you have to say.
This Saturday December 12, 2014 at 2pm CST, 3pm EDT, 12 PDT, 8pm London/Nigeria.
Chime In brings you scintillating topics covering socioeconomic and sociopolitical issues central to Africans. Each week a team of varying panelists join us on the show to share their views on the selected topic.
This week we discuss - What is The Political Climate in Nigeria?
What is the political structure?
What are the designated parties and their platforms?
What is the candidate selection process?
What does the latest primaries mean and what are the next steps?
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Join us tonight as we celebrate 2 months of In the Bleachers. Champ and Gunz will share topics, news, and fantasy help to get you through your playoff run. With a growing fanbase, we are looking to elevate the excitement and get our fans involved in the chatter. Call in and share your fantasy sports ups and downs/ playoff push/ top sports news! We want to hear what our fans have to share/say and will keep an eye on the switchboard so we can get all callers on the show. Don't forget, we post a rewind show after all live shows, so if you missed us live... tune in with the link provided on FB, IG, and Twitter to hear what you missed. Goodluck for many of you with playoff teams and we hope our advice helps! Tune in and Call in LIVE at 10pm EST TONIGHT!
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An interview with Death, taking time out of Her busy schedule during this hallow'd season to sit with us for a bit.
Guest YesheRabbit talks about the divination/oracle systems known as Shagai (Mongolian bone divination) and Mo (Tibetan dice divination) to look at your health, wealth, luck, love, spiritual well being, personal growth, family, and omens for 2015 using these methods from Yeshe Rabbit.
Mongolians believe that keeping and collecting Shagais brings balance, happiness and goodluck in life. The bones are collected and widely used for traditional and fortune-telling games in Mongolia. Mo is a form of divination that is part of the culture and religion of Tibet that employs dice. The answers given by the Mo are regarded as coming from Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of wisdom.
YesheRabbit Matthews is a writer, singer of sacred songs, ritualist, a tarot reader and a feminist futurist who has been featured on NPR and is a regular teacher/presenter at local and national gatherings, including the Northern California Women’s Herbal Symposium, PantheaCon, the Berkeley Pagan Festival, and others. Yeshe Rabbit is co-owner of The Sacred Well and presiding High Priestess of CAYA COVEN.
Rest in perfect Peace Your Excellency President UMARU MUSA YAR'ADUA of the Federal Republic of NIGERIA!!!!
Goodluck Ebele Jonathan being sworn in as the 14th Head of State/President and Commander in Chief of the Nigerian Armed forces by the Chief Justice of Nigeria at the Aso rock Presidential Villa, Abuja.
In a brief ceremony presided over by Yayale Ahmed, Secretary General of the Federation, the President's oath of office was administered by the Chief Justice, Aloysius Katsina-Alu. The opening prayers were said by a Muslim cleric and a Reverend Father.
The ceremony was not open to the public but present at the occasion were David Mark the Senate President, Dimeji Bankole the Speaker House of Representatives, Vincent Ogbulafor the national chairman of the President's party (PDP) and members of the governors forum.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a statement issued yesterday, voiced his deep sadness to learn of the death of President YarAdua, which he called a great loss for the African nation and its people.
As the remains of the deceased president was being prepared for airlift to his home town in Katsina state for burial, people could not hide their feelings. They wept openly. Some grieved as they talked. The deceased president was honoured with a parade by the military brigade of guards. for more visit http://www.codewit.com
Ban expressed his gratitude for YarAduas support of the world body and its ideals, as well as for the initiative he undertook as chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).(UNITED NATIONS TELEVISION: UNTV)
"GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY"
NIGERIA NATIONAL ANTHEM OFFICIAL
Beyonce sings rendition of the Nigeria's National Anthem,Prince Nico Mbarga 'Sweet Mother'
Lucky Dube'Remember Me' 'The Way it is'
Courtesy all africa, Nigeria Television Authority(NTA), UNTV, and BBC Thank you
Tonight host Kasaun E. Henry asks the world: Who is responsible for dealing with the kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian school girls last month?
Is this merely a domestic quarrel that Nigeria ought to resolve alone? Should this involve other countries? What kind of conflict are we dealing with? Is it political, religious, or both? What are your thoughts?
One thing for sure, this horrible abduction by the Islamist group Boko Haram signals a clash of ideals in the World of Ideas!
Tune in tonight and speak your mind.
Rick Santorum is a former Congressman and Senator from the state of Pennsylvania, and is co-founder of the online and grassroots Patriot Voices organization. In 2012 he was a leading candidate for the Republican nomination for president, winning 11 states and over 4 million votes. His latest book is entitled, Blue Collar Conservatives: Recommitting To An America That Works.
Michael Rubin is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a senior lecturer at the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Civil-Military Relations, and previously edited the Middle East Quarterly. His latest book is titled “Dancing with the Devil: The Perils of Engaging Rogue Regimes.”
It's been nearly three weeks since men dressed as soldiers kidnapped more than 300 girls from a Nigerian boarding school, an attack that has critics decrying the lack of action from a military that may not have the capability to mount an effective rescue operation.
“It’s really hard to say what will happen,"said Brandon Kendhammer, assistant professor of political science at Ohio University, who focuses on religion and politics in northern Nigeria . "The Nigerian military doesn’t have a particularly strong track record in being able to free hostages.”
Although they haven’t claimed responsibility, nearly all have pinned the kidnappings on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram, which had threatened to take young women captive almost a year ago.
Nigerians have expressed their outrage that the girls have not been found, accusing the government, even with its limited military capacity, of not doing more.