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Top 8 Political and Geopolitical Shifts in the Middle East in 2022

Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – We saw a lot of pivotal developments in the Middle East this year, including the impact of climate change in the form of increasing aridity and massive dust storms. But there were also realignments of interests that affect the U.S. here are some of them:

We Have  Executed Many Projects,  PDP Tells People of Oshimili South


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has promised the residents of Oshimili South Local Government Area, that the party will continue to develop the area, with the coming of the next government, to consolidate the already gained milestones.

The Delta North Chairman of the party, Elder Moses Iduh stated this on Monday December 5, 2022 when the campaign council visited six wards in the area.

The chairman observed that the government of the PDP especially under Senator Ifeanyi Okowa has turned the development of the area, especially Asaba and its immediate environment, with projects dotting every corner of the town.

Republican talk show host who says election was ‘stolen’ investigated for election fraud

Pritchard runs and qualified for the special election on Monday as the story of the state’s investigation into him became clearer. According to the report, back in 1996, Pritchard was living in Pennsylvania and pleaded guilty to three felonies, which included two counts of forgery and one count of theft by failure to make a required disposition of funds. He received probation and over $33,000 in restitution payments.

In 2008, Pritchard registered to vote in Georgia and subsequently voted in nine elections from 2008 to 2011—when his probation period ended. According to the accusation, those three years consisted of Pritchard voting illegally. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that this is the same guy who has been saying the 2020 election was “stolen” from Donald Trump, while also calling Gov. Brian Kemp—himself one of the most blatant, bigoted vote suppressors of the modern era—being complicit in it. 

Finnish PM warns Russian win would empower aggressors

Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin warned an Australian audience Friday that a Russian victory over Ukraine would empower other aggressors and urged democracies against forming “critical dependencies” on authoritarian states such as China.

Marin was speaking in Sydney at the end of the first-ever visit by a Finnish prime minister to Australia and New Zealand. Australia’s pursuit of a free trade deal with the European Union was on the agenda.

She used a speech to urge democracies to ramp up sanctions against Russia.

“Make no mistake, if Russia wins its terrible gamble, it will not be the only one to feel empowered,” Marin told the Lowy Institute international policy think tank.

“Others will also be tempted by the same dark agenda,” she added.

A free trade agreement being finalized between the European Union, which includes Finland, and Australia was an opportunity to develop resilient supply chains, she said.

2023: Why I Am Seeking Re-Election As Lagos Governor – Sanwo-Olu

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The Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has given reasons why he wants to be re-elected next year.

He Lagosians to renew his mandate based on his achievements in the last three and a half years.

A team by Lagos State Government flagged off campaigns for the re-election bid of Sanwo-Olu, and Deputy Governor Obafemi Hamzat with the unveiling of the brand media activation strategies amid fanfare.

FG Blames State Govs For Rising Poverty

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The Federal Government has blamed state governors, saying they contributed to the rising rate of poverty in the country.

According to the FG, the governors preferred to focus on the construction of infrastructures such as bridges and airports while neglecting the well-being of their citizens.

This was disclosed by the Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Clement Agba, on Wednesday, who lamented that the governors ignored 72 per cent of the nation’s poor who reside in rural communities while they focused on cities.

Agba spoke while briefing State House correspondents shortly after a Federal Executive Council meeting at Aso Rock in Abuja.

Plateau PDP Governorship candidate, Mutfwang loses mother – The Sun Nigeria

The Plateau State Governorship Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Barr. Caleb Mutfwang has loss his mother, Mama Briskilla Manasseh Mutfwang.

She died on Sunday as the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) where she was receiving treatment. The Matriarch survived by six children, bother, sisters, daughter in-laws and many grand children and great grand children.


Dr. D. S Mutfwang who made the announcement on behalf of the family said the burial has been fixed for Thursday 24 November, 2023. Sympathisers are to assemble at JUTH permanent Site Mortuary by 7:30am to covey the corpse to COCIN N0. 1 Ampang West, Mangu LGA for funeral service.

Mike Pence Says There Are ‘Have Better Choices’ Than Trump – Rolling Stone – Globel News

Mike Pence Says There Are ‘Have Better Choices’ Than Trump – Rolling Stone – Globel News

Former Vice President Mike Pence refused to commit his support to former President Donald Trump’s bid for reelection during a CNN town hall on Wednesday. Speaking with moderator Jake Tapper a day after the release of his memoir, “So Help Me God,” and Trump’s official snoozefest, Pence said Republicans will “have better choices” in the 2024 presidential race than Trump.

“I think it’s time for new leadership in this country that will bring us together around our highest ideals,” Pence said, adding the highly doubtful sentiment that Americans “want us to get back to the policies of the Trump-Pence administration.”

When pressed on whether or not he would run for president in 2024, Pence told Tapper, “I’ll keep you posted.”

Schumacher set to lose seat as Hulkenberg joins Haas


Mick Schumacher looks set to be left without a Formula 1 race seat next season after Haas signed veteran Nico Hulkenberg to replace him.

Schumacher has not done enough in his two seasons with the US-based team to convince them to retain him for 2023.

Hulkenberg, 35, will return to the grid for a full season for the first time since being dropped by Renault in 2019.

Since then he has made a handful of substitute appearances for the Racing Point/Aston Martin team.