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“She is from Abba, in Anambra State, but grew up in the university town of Nsukka where she attended primary and secondary schools and briefly studied Medicine and Pharmacy.”
“I published an article in the Sunday Vanguard of February 14, 2010 entitled Anambra's shining light.”
“Those running resource-rich states such as Anambra preside over economies larger than those of some African countries.”
“The judiciary has a role in ensuring that elections are held according to the law, says Godwin Onu, professor of political science and rector of Federal Polytechnic Oko in the southeastern state of Anambra.”
“Chukwuemeka Ebuka, assistant to the secretary of police for Anambra State, says the "readiness on the side of the police is to ensure that the election is free and fair and to ensure that any violent act is nipped in the bud.”
“Most especially in Anambra and Imo, we have people from northern origin who, out of panic, on their own have decided to move to either military barracks or police barracks for safety for fear of reprisal attacks.”
“A member of the Ibo tribe from Nigeria's Anambra state, Ms. Moghalu holds a pharmacy degree as well as a nursing degree.”
“Mr. Iwu said a February gubernatorial election in Nigeria's Anambra state showed the country was ready for its 150 million residents to vote.”
“This is good news coming from Anambra State that is bedeviled with high unemployment and capital flight.”
“Managing and implementing a successful micro financing in Anambra State by Emeka Chiakwelu”
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