Imo Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere has congratulated Nigerians on the auspicious occasion of 2017 Democracy Day celebration, calling for understanding and patience.
Prince Madumere's message was contained in a press release signed by his Special Assistant on Media, Uche Onwuchekwa.
Prince Madumere emphasized the importance of democratic rule in Socio-politico-economic development, saying that it gives people the freedom to express and discover themselves through sound policies, which are products of painstaking consultations, aggregation and harmonization of interests.

Gunmen suspected to be armed robbers attacked the Imo State house of Assembly complex situated in Owerri, the state capital, carting away valuables, office equipment, electronics and other vital documents.
Our correspondent learnt that the latest attack was the third in 2017.

In a bid to showcase his other talent, award winning comedian cum singer, Mc Ichie has tapped into his musical skills, but this time instead of his usual comic musicals, he is going political by doing a song for Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpazu.

The song which is powered by the Specials Assistant to the Governor on Student Matter, Comrade Chino Ugorji calls on Abians to support the works of the governor in the state, citing his numerous achievements despite the struggles facing him.

As Christian compatriots all over the world celebrate the Messiah’s triumph over death, the Senator representing Imo north in the 8th senate of the National Assembly, Distinguished Senator Benjamin Uwajumogu, has called on Okigwe zonal people, particularly Christian faithfuls to use the opportunity of Easter to pray for the unity and progressive development of the zone.

In his Easter message to Ndi Okigwe zone, Senator Uwajumogu emphasised the need for Christians to pray and work together for the unity and development of the senatorial district.

Hon. Emeka Ihedioha is the immediate past Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives. In 2015, he was the governorship standard bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Imo State, but lost the election to Governor Rochas Okorocha.
In this interview with IHEANACHO NWOSU, FRED ITUA and MAGNUS EZE, Ihedioha spoke on the rift between the Senate and the executive. He opened up on the crisis rocking the party and why the problem may linger on. Ihedioha spoke too on his 2019 ambition and why he thinks Okorocha has performed poorly. He spoke on other salient issues.