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To create a society in which an informed and active citizenry is sovereign and makes policy decisions based on the will of the people.

Our Campaign

Our agenda include health care, education, women empowerment, infrastructure, youth empowerment.


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We will build democracy through activism and to change the law for equity and fair political processes.

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2019 Polls: Vote PDP all the Way – Ex-Governor Chimaroke to Enugu Residents

A former Governor of Enugu State, Senator Chimaroke Nnamani has called on the people of the State to vote for all the candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the forthcoming general elections.


Nnamani has boosted Ugwuanyi’s campaign–Ngene

ENUGU-PEOPLES Democratic Party, PDP, candidate for Enugu South urban state constituency, Mr Sam Ngene has said that the return of ex-governor Chimaroke Nnamani to the PDP has added tonic to the campaigns of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu state.


Enugu Elections: Nnamani urges electorate to vote for Ugwuanyi, other PDP candidates

Ahead of the forthcoming general election, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Enugu State has intensified campaign efforts, as the party’s governorship candidate, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, and its candidate for Enugu East Senatorial District seat and former Governor of the State, Chimaroke Nnamani, on Sunday, embarked on a vigorous exercise on the streets and suburbs of Enugu, canvassing for votes.


2019: Ex-Governor Nnamani Woos Enugu Electorate

FORMER Governor of Enugu State and Enugu-East Senatorial Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Dr Chimaroke Nnamani, yesterday moved his campaign train to rural communities in his zone with a call on the electorate

Latest Publications

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Refocusing Igbo Youth Energy for a Re-emerging Nigeria, Maiden Lecture of the Confederation of Igbo Students, Federation Hall, Hotel Presidential, Enugu

Apr 11, 2002

We go after what gives us sudden recognition and social clout even as they travestied our tradition. In so conducting ourselves, in seeking that which is immediate, in misleading the younger generation, we prove that we have ignored John F. Kennedy in his admonition that “our progress in a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education and culture”

Ndigbo, Can This Generation Sustain Your Igboness? Annual Lecture Series of South East Development Initiative (SEDI), at the Sam Mbakwe Hall, Concorde Hotel, Owerri

Dec 14, 2001

I am one of the most enthused of Nigerians on matters of our national colouration. I am particularly intrigued by this rainbow coalition which re-inforces our varieties. Having lived long in a highly plural society, I have no problem with our varied cultural and subnational configurations. But I must tell you today, that I have not yet met a people who seek to pursue the desolation of their home for whatever gains as Ndigbo have done. You come to some communities and you find that every person of productive age is gone to other lands. He comes in once a year.

Ndigbo and the Challenges of Nation Building; Annual Lecture Series of the Enugu Sports Club, Main Hall, Sports Club, Enugu, Enugu;

Sep 24, 2001

I am so afraid that the highly industrious Igbo have exhibited all save the challenge of leadership. This has easily shown in their political adventure, which is as complacent as their leadership in entrepreneurship. Indeed, our political leadership is akin to a complacent society’s approach to daily life. Ihe nkwu gbatara si n’uba. Whatever the tapper gets, let us drink.

The Press and Our Democracy: The Path Not Trodden; Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) Lecture Series, Main Auditorium of the National Universities Commission Headquarters, Abuja

May 15, 2001

As we read history, and as we follow events in the other parts of the world, we are constantly reminded that the press will remain a major army in our on-going battle to save and entrench democracy in our great country, Nigeria. What the press says, and how the press says what it says, would go a long way in tipping our fortunes one way or the other in this great struggle.

Ndigbo, Taa Bu Gboo, Echi di lme (Let the Future Begin Now); Odenigbo Forum, Eko L'Meridian Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos

Apr 24, 2001

Today, the opportunity of democracy, and the evidence that its two year life after a 15-year military rule has more to offer Nigerians, make it imperative that the true journey to nationhood can only commence with a more objective look at the whole business called Nigeria. This entails talking and talking. We can never have enough of it. We may even yell.

Ndigbo: Let Us Be Frank with Ourselves; Igbo Summit, at the Federation Hall of Presidential Hotel, Enugu

Jan 19, 2001

Every village in Nigeria has an Igboman as the patent medicine dealer. Every village in Nigeria has an Igboman selling vehicle spare parts. Every village and town in Nigeria has an Igboman selling building materials. We believe in the unity of this country. We, more than any other race, have sacrificed to preserve the unity of this country. We will not relent. Ours is the authentic Nigeria - national agenda. We shall follow it.

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