Daily Trust (Abuja)

17 December 2012

Nigeria: Buhari to Present Book On Opposition Politics

Former Head of State General Muhammadu Buhari is billed to present a book on opposition politics in Nigeria alongside former governors of Lagos and Kano States, Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Malam Ibrahim Shekarau.

The book entitled, "2015 manifesto of Nigerian opposition politics" is according to the writer, Salihu Mohammed Lukman, to facilitate unity among Nige-rian opposition parties as a precondition for electoral victory in 2015.

Lukman said it is also meant to serve as an assess-ment of the current state of Nigerian opposition parties, how they evolved, issues and challenges militating against electoral collaborations and recommendations for a way forward.

Dr. Kayode Fayemi, Ekiti State Governor wrote the foreword while Dr. Osagie Obayuwana is billed to review the book.

Special guests expected at the presentation sche-duled for Tuesday December 18, 2012, include; ACN national chairman Chief Bisi Akande, CPC national chairman, Prince Tony Momoh, ANPP national chairman Chief Ogbonnaya Onu, Labour Party national chairman Comrade Dan Nwanyawu, APGA national chairman Sir Victor Umeh, PPA national chairman and all state governors produced by ACN, ANPP, CPC, APGA, PPA and LP.

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