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Nigeria

Chief Tony Anenih

Date of Birth: 04/08/1933
Place of Birth: Uromi


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Blood over oil

Minority stakes were parcelled out to indigenous Nigerian companies linked to prominent political and business figures in Abuja, including the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) heavyweight and Obasanjo confidant Tony Anenih...


Ogbeh walks out

He also enjoys the services of the political fixer Tony Anenih, Chairman of the PDP's board of trustees...


A victory for the generals

Many politicians regard the PDP's other leading political fixer, Tony Anenih, as too heavy-handed...


Busy Presidents

Works Minister and chief political fixer Tony Anenih will be a dominant figure in 2002, running the primaries and sifting party nominations...


2003 starts here

Re-election strategy Obasanjo's re-election strategists, headed by the omnipresent Works and Housing Minister and State House insider Tony Anenih, are said to have a plan of which the priorities are: reforming the reviled and ridiculed state-owned Nigerian Electric Power Authority (Nepa); a new deal over oil revenue and state resources with the south-eastern states; reshuffling more effective ministers into senior positions; ensuring the PDP's national and state committees renominate Obasanjo unanimously; and countering opposition from ethnic and political associations such as Afenifere (Yoruba), Ohaneze Ndigbo (Igbo), Arewa Consultative Forum (northern) and the younger (under 50) state governors...


New team, old players

Less well received is the inclusion of political fixer Tony Anenih and of Tunde Adeniran and Segun Agagu (these last two were close associates of the late Gen...


Soldier go, soldier come

Some political debts will have to be repaid to Jim Nwobodo (Anambra State), Solomon Lar (Plateau), and Tony Anenih (Edo) for helping to deliver critical constituencies...


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