Popular Veteran Journalist Momoh Pronounced Dead

Prince Momoh a veteran journalist, lawyer, politician and former Minister of Information and Culture (1986–1990) during the military regime of General Ibrahim Babangida has been pronounced dead today.

Aso naija gathered that In January 2011, he became the National Chairman of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change CPC, one of the “legacy parties” which merged to form the now ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

One of his last interviews was with Vanguard, in which he expressed his reservations with the presidential system of government.

In that interview, he said money spent on elected officers was enough to develop Nigeria.

He said: “You must decongest the political space. When you decongest the political space, economic deregulation will be automatic.

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“The constitution shares powers among all the organs of government— the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary.

“We are running a centralised government in the name of a Federation in Nigeria, where you have regional governments as we had in the First Republic which had powers and part-time legislature.

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