Southern leaders urge confab, seek end to corruption, others

• Clark against power shift from South WORRIED by the myriad of problems confronting  the country, the Southern Nigeria  Peoples Assembly (SNPA) has called on President Goodluck Jonathan to urgently convene a national conference to address the issues. The SNPA made the call at its third general conference hosted by the Yoruba Unity Forum (YUF)  in Lagos on Monday, agreeing  that Nigeria needed to convene a national conference. Meanwhile,  the Ijaw National leader Chief ...
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Added May 20, 2013
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