Exam Code: MB-220 Practice exam 2023 by Killexams.com team
MB-220 Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing

Candidates for this exam are Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement functional consultants with marketing expertise. Candidates are responsible for implementing solutions that attract and convert leads, build brand awareness, standardize omnichannel messaging, and deliver marketing insights.

Candidates are responsible for configuring and expanding the core marketing application to include email marketing, setup, interactive customer journeys, leads nurturing with personalized experiences, LinkedIn integration, Events, Voice of the Customer, Landing Pages, segmentation and scoring, and maintaining General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) compliance.

Candidates should have some knowledge of marketing principles and the Marketing application's role in relationship to the Microsoft Dynamics 365 suite of applications, including integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Office 365 applications. Candidates should understand industry terminology, priorities, common initiatives, standards, methodologies, and best practices.

- Configure marketing applications (5-10%)
- Manage segments and lists (10-15%)
- Create and manage marketing forms and pages (10-15%)
- Manage leads (10-15%)
- Create and manage marketing emails (10-15%)
- Manage customer journeys (15-20%)
- Manage events and webinars (10-15%)
- Configure and analyze customer responses (10-15%)

Course Outline | Syllabus | exam Objectives
Configure marketing applications (5-10%)
Configure marketing settings
 verify organization and business management settings
 define default matching strategies
 configure quota limits
 configure event settings
 configure Customer Insights synchronization
 manage keywords for images for an organization
 create templates
 configure the privacy banner
 configure settings for landing pages
 configure data protection tools
 configure Campaign & Materials Approval Workflow
 configure Marketing Business Units

Manage segments and lists (10-15%)
Create and manage segments
 determine segment type
 create market segments
 configure dynamic segments using Designer, Flow, or Query
 combine segments using union, exclude, or intersect logic
Create and manage subscription centers and lists
 determine usage scenarios for subscription lists
 create a subscription list
 add a subscription list or lists to a form
 create a segment based on a subscription list
 create and manage Subscription Center
Create and manage marketing forms and pages (10-15%)
Create marketing forms
 determine which marketing form type to use
 determine form requirements and limitations
 create a marketing form using a template
 enable prefilling for forms
 embed a form on an external website
 create new fields to add to marketing forms
Create and manage marketing pages
 determine which marketing page type to use
 create a marketing page using a template
 add form blocks to marketing pages
 customize a marketing page
 create and use dynamic test links
 implement dedicated marketing page blocks
 preview and validate marketing pages
 publish a marketing page
 configure Personalized Landing Pages

Manage leads (10-15%)
Create and manage leads
 create leads manually or automatically
 synchronize leads from LinkedIn by using the LinkedIn connector
 create and manage leads and lead segments through parent contacts/accounts
 create and manage leads through social content
Create and assess sales readiness
 create and manage Lead Scoring Models
 create explicit and implicit scoring conditions
 create compound conditions
 set up condition models
 configure thresholds

Create and manage marketing emails (10-15%)
Create email messages
 create an email message
 define mandatory fields
 add dynamic content to email messages
 integrate marketing pages with marketing emails
 create A/B Emails
Publish and manage email messages
 preview and test messages
 validate and publish messages
 edit Go live emails

Manage customer journeys (15-20%)
Create customer journeys
 determine template types
 implement content types
 set up a customer journey
 implement activity and launch workflow options
 implement targets
 implement flow control for customer journeys
Publish and manage customer journeys
 validate and publish a customer journey
 edit live customer journeys

Manage events and webinars (10-15%)
Create and manage events
 create an event team
 set up agendas, including internal and external tracks
 manage speakers, registration, waitlists, and attendees
 manage vendors, logistics, and accommodations
Create and manage webinars
 determine webinar types
 configure webinar options

Configure and analyze customer responses (10-15%)
Create and manage surveys and survey responses
 identify survey question types
 determine respondent types
 configure response routing
 preview and test surveys
 publish surveys for customer journeys
 implement workflow conditional logic for survey actions
Manage Customer Insights
 determine report types
 analyze contact insights
 analyze lead insights
 analyze segment insights
 analyze customer journey insights
 analyze email insights
 analyze lead scoring model insights
 analyze marketing page insights
 analyze marketing form insights
 analyze website insights
 analyze redirect URL insights
 gather and summarize survey results

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing
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Killexams : Microsoft Microsoft candidate - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/MB-220 Search results Killexams : Microsoft Microsoft candidate - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/MB-220 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Microsoft Killexams : It looks like the date for Microsoft Build 2023 has just leaked
  • Dates for Microsoft's annual Build developer conference have leaked ahead of announcement.
  • Viewing the page source of the Microsoft Build website reveals the dates May 23-25.
  • Last year's Build conference was held on May 24-26 in Seattle and online.

Microsoft's annual Build conference for Windows, Azure, and Microsoft 365 developers is yet to receive an official event date, though the event itself has been confirmed to be taking place at some point this year. Now, a quick peek at the Microsoft Build website's page source has revealed the potential date.

As spotted by @XenoPanther on Twitter, the date "May 23-25, 2023" can be seen when checking the page source on the Microsoft Build website, giving us a solid reason to think that's the date Microsoft Build 2023 will be held.

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Killexams : Meet the candidates running for Denver Mayor: Terrance Roberts

9NEWS asked all 17 people running for Denver to answer the same policy questions.

DENVER — There are 17 people on the 2023 ballot for Denver Mayor, all vying to replace Michael Hancock after three terms in office. If that's not the most ever, it's at least the biggest pool of candidates for that office in decades, according to the Denver Clerk and Recorder's Office, which checked their sample paper ballots going back to 1946.

Each candidate has their own ideas regarding crime, homelessness, housing affordability and more. We asked all of them the same policy questions and asked for written responses.

Below you'll find Terrance Roberts' answers, all unedited and in the candidate's own words, as well as documents related to policy proposals.

You can see the other candidates' responses here.

Denver's Election Day is April 4.

Terrance Roberts

Terrance Roberts is a longtime anti-violence organizer in Denver's Park Hill neighborhood. After stints in prison, Roberts renounced his former gang affiliation and became a community leader in the 2000s. In 2015, Roberts was acquitted on an attempted murder charge for the shooting of a known gang member, which Roberts maintained was self-defense.

Political affiliation: Democrat

Links to policy paperwork

Long-form questions

In a single sentence, why are you running for mayor?

The end homelessness in Denver.

Please provide specifics on your plan to Strengthen public safety and reduce crime in Denver. Specifically, please note whether the Denver Police budget should be increased or decreased (including funding diversion to non-police emergency responses).

The police department needs an audit to determine if the budget justifies our practices. If we are to address public safety we must end our homelessness crisis because we cannot expect safe communities where people are attempting to survive in the streets. When poverty is no longer on our streets police can focus on protecting our communities instead of prosecuting crimes of desperation.

What should the City of Denver do to promote affordable housing? 

We should abandon the commoditized housing model for public social housing for all funded by a public bank. 

How should Denver change its approach to addressing homelessness?

Declare homelessness an emergency, create a public bank with the same authority as DURA, use it to build, retrofit, buy, and eminent domain the housing to get everyone off the streets. 

How should Denver change its approach to mobility and safe streets?

Do everything we can to make this city livable without a car and encourage people to do so.

The Mayor has significant control over a $3-4 billion budget and will hire cabinet members who oversee roughly 12,000 employees. Please detail your experience with budgets and hiring.  

Budgeting is a group process that needs group input, however, I ran a non-profit, Prodigal Son with a budget over $300,000 and have a history with hiring.

Should the City of Denver explore ways to exert more control over Denver Public Schools? If so, how would you do that and what would be your goal?

Absolutely not. I support the democratically elected school board and believe more must be done to get DPS more financial resources.

Please assess the Hancock administration’s response to the influx of migrants from the southern border since December 2022. What should Denver do to prepare for and respond to another potential influx of migrants?  

The Mayor's response to migrants has been good overall, however, had he prioritized housing for all during his administration more resources would have been available to deal with unforeseen situations like this.  

What should Denver do to prevent the displacement of longtime residents due to gentrification and tax burdens?

Beyond public housing I also believe the city must take further steps to assist long time homeowners in keeping their homes.

What should be done to revitalize downtown Denver (vis-à-vis office occupancy, the 16th Street Mall, crime)?

Make Denver a 24 hour city by pushing back closing hours. Make 5 Points a historic arts district. Reduce rent prices on 16th Street Mall and encourage local small business occupancy. Right now a fast food restaurant's rent is $16,000 a month on the mall, no small local business is going to be able to afford this.

What is within the power of the City of Denver to fight the opioid epidemic? What steps should regional or state leaders take in cooperation to reduce fentanyl deaths?

Corporate drug companies have created this opioid crisis and they should shoulder the burden for ending it. We should encourage and proliferate drug testing kits and open safe injection sites to protect our citizens. The tragic results of the drug war have already proved we should avoid attempts to further criminalize drug use.

Xcel Energy's franchise agreement expires on Dec. 31, 2026. What will you seek from the next agreement that protects Denver customers from high utility bills?

If Xcel cannot provide a better agreement that better serves all Denver residents I am in favor of taking the necessary steps to municipalize Xcel. Xcel is a monopoly making record profits while charging higher rates than its customers can remember and they should be ashamed of the current situation.

Denver has a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 65% by 2030. A sales tax approved by voters funds the city's climate action goals. What, if any, changes would you make to Denver's climate action goals and how would you make green energy and environmentally sustainable living available across income levels?

Our new development needs to include green roofs, tankless water heaters, energy efficient windows, phasing out gas heaters and stoves, prioritize retrofitting older properties, and create programs to promote personal gardening. The practice of shifting the cost of climate change to consumers needs to be avoided and those costs need to be passed on to the producers of emissions. 

Yes or No

Will you enforce Denver’s campaign ban?

Should Denver maintain its effective status as a sanctuary city through noncooperation with immigration agents? 

Will you vote to support development of the Park Hill Golf Course as currently proposed on the April ballot?

Do you support the use of any Denver taxpayer funds to build a new football stadium for the Broncos? 

Should Denver reduce vehicle volumes downtown?

Did you support Mayor Michael Hancock’s re-election in 2019?

If the Colorado legislature lifts the ban on local rent control, should Denver pursue some form of rent control?

Should Denver pursue the creation of a supervised drug injection site with the permission of the state legislature?

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Killexams : Candidate Q&A: Madison City Council District 14

Responses to the Wisconsin State Journal’s candidate questionnaire. The primary is Feb. 21.

Isadore Knox Jr.

Family: Wife, Cheryl; adult children Candace Patterson, Jennifer Knox, Zina Hodge, Isadore Knox III, Synovia Knox

Job: Equal opportunity manager, state of Wisconsin/Dane County, retired; security lead, Overture Center

Prior elected office: District 13 City Council member, 2005-2007

Other public service: Equal opportunity manager, Dane County Office of Equity and Inclusion, 2016-2018; director, Office of Equal Opportunity, Dane County, 2001-2016; assistant affirmative action officer/contract compliance officer, Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, 1999-2001; affirmative action officer/training coordinator/employee assistance coordinator, Wisconsin Department of Administration, 1990-1999; equal opportunity specialist, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1987-1990; corrections supervisor/lieutenant, Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, 1983-1987

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Education: Political science, UW-Milwaukee; political science, Marquette University; business management, Cardinal Stritch University; social science, Franklin University

Noah Lieberman

Job: Technical services analyst, Epic Systems

Prior elected office: None

Other public service: Vice chair of campaigns, Dane County Democratic Party, 2017-present; chair, 2nd Congressional District, Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 2019-2021; member, Madison Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee, 2021-present

Education: Bachelor’s degrees in applied mathematics and political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Katherine S. Pedracine

Job: Property manager, The Meridian Group

Prior elected office: None

Other public service: None

Education: Bachelor’s degree in cytology, Edgewood College


What is the biggest challenge facing the city and how would you address it?

Knox: The increasing debt service. Finding cost efficiencies and consolidation of services within the budget. Identifying additional outside revenue sources and prioritizing funding of essential services and critical needs. Balancing the budget.

Lieberman: We face a critical shortage in affordable housing, which may prevent all but the wealthy from being able to live here. We must encourage building new multi-family housing across the entire city, including apartments, townhouses, condos, and duplexes. This will reduce rents and provide residents with more affordable opportunities for homeownership and, by extension, wealth building.

Pedracine: One of the largest issues facing the city is affordable housing. I would like to see if there can be updates to the access to qualify for the programs the city has to offer, for example the CDA, DCHA as well as others.

What is the biggest challenge in your district and how would you address it?

Knox: The need for more home ownership opportunities, affordable housing and business development and employment opportunities. Utilize land banking and rent assistance to create more housing opportunities. Utilize tools such as tax incremental financing and TID to stimulate business development and increase employment opportunities.

Lieberman: Housing, as said above. Tied to this, we also have to make public transit a more convenient option. Buses will not be a comprehensive alternative to driving unless we extend service into our neighborhoods and increase route frequency. The edges of the city are crucial for solving the housing shortage, but it has to be easier for those living outside of the city center to travel around the city.

Pedracine: Safety and security would be the biggest challenges facing the district as it affects all avenues of community activities from transportation to housing. Encouraging neighborhoods to reengage with the neighborhood watch program would be a way for people to engage with their neighbors to have neighborhood walks, encouraging exercise, putting the signage back in windows, deterring bad actions.

What steps will be needed to resolve the city’s major budget gaps beyond 2024?

Knox: Finding cost efficiencies and consolidating services between city departments. Identifying additional revenues sources, i.e. state and federal funding. Focusing on essential services and critical needs.

Lieberman: Hopefully, the state legislature will do the right thing and restore revenue sharing to appropriate levels. If not, we will need to find alternative streams of revenue, such as offering more city bonds for municipal projects or implementing a more progressive property tax. We will also likely need to be more judicious in our budget, paring funding across the board.

Pedracine: We will be post-four years from COVID’s crippling effect and I believe the vendors will be able to continue to reestablish their businesses, increasing profits, property values are increasing, and travel revenue is on the increase. This should allow us to see an increase coming into the city’s tax revenue.

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Killexams : Best-Kept Secrets of Beating an Internal Job Candidate

“The veteran candidate is good,” a recruiter told me recently. "But no matter how good they are, the internal candidate is going to get the job every time.”

Oh, yeah. The internal candidate. The person who is right there in the office. Who knows all the stuff. Who knows all the people. Who has already been working in industry for years. Who brought cupcakes for everyone’s birthday, remembers where everyone’s kid goes to college and sent flowers when the dog died last fall. That internal candidate.

In a accurate survey on LinkedIn, 12% of veterans said they interviewed against an internal candidate and they got the job anyway. Yet in 60% of the cases, the internal candidate definitely got the job. And in 24% of cases, the applicant did not know what happened (usually because the internal candidate got the job).

If you are the internal candidate, this seems perfectly fair. It probably is perfectly fair – unless you are one of those  ”nepo babies” in celebrity terms. But if you are the veteran or spouse candidate, the presence of an internal candidate feels like one more gigantic force working against you.

Why Bother to Interview Against an Internal Candidate if They Always Get the Nod?

Because internal candidates don’t always get the job. Sometimes the interview really does make the difference. Sometimes the hiring manager is looking for a change. Sometimes bringing in outside candidates is required in a publicly traded company. Sometimes there is another hidden opportunity you don’t know about yet. And sometimes, yes, sometimes you really do beat out the internal candidate, because you are the best candidate in the whole wide world. It happens.

How to Beat an Internal Candidate

Internal candidates often have a secret flaw or two during the interview process. By knowing what those flaws could be, you can increase your chances of winning the job you want.

This Job Is Secretly a Reach for Them.

Even though the internal candidate is a legit member of the team, they aren’t always 100% ready for the role they want. Maybe it is a reach at their skill level. Maybe they made a mistake recently that made their boss take note. Just because the internal candidate is familiar does not make them unstoppable.

Your plan: Prepare vigorously for the interview. Instead of assuming you can wing it and impress, practice interview questions with another person who will give you honest feedback. Emphasis on the feedback. I know you do not want to take this step and you do not think you need it, but the candidates who are the most impressive are the ones who have prepared the most with others.

Their Boss Is Secretly Not a Fan.

While the internal candidate’s experience at this particular job is almost always better than yours, they do have the disadvantage of being a known quantity. Not everyone at the company is necessarily a fan. If the boss’s boss ain’t crazy about the candidate or if you find yourself in front of a panel interview, you have a chance.

Your plan: Make your case ahead of time. Pretend the interviewer points to your resume and says, “Why should we hire you?” Demonstrate how all your past experience does match you up for this job. If you don’t know what you would say to make your case, take it as a sign you would benefit by working with a career coach.

They Secretly Don’t Have Any New Ideas.

Internal candidates often don’t have fresh ideas. All their ideas have been beaten out of them.

Your plan: After you have demonstrated that your experience does line up with what the company is doing, show that you can bring a little bit more than the internal candidate. Maybe you have used the item they are selling in the field. Maybe you spend some time on Capitol Hill or in the Pentagon. Maybe you have a lot of experience with bickering stakeholders. What’s in your wallet?

Internal Candidates Secretly Don’t Have Questions.

Since they already know who they would work with and what the team is like, internal candidates don’t usually ask a lot of questions – and they secretly don’t do a lot of prep for the interview.

Your plan: Research first. Then in the interview, ask questions about the job that can’t be answered by Google. Ask about processes. Ask about their experience with other veteran hires. Tell them your strategies about how to make alliances and adapt quickly. Be curious about their operations and how they solve problems.

Their Network Is Secretly Not Talking Them Up.

If you got the interview because someone in your network recommended you, you have a chance. They are talking you up to the hiring manager. Internal candidates can be unknown outside their own department.

Your plan: Work your network. The person you know who works at the company right now is the absolute best source with the most accurate information. Call them up and thank them for helping you get the interview. Then ask them what they know about the team and the boss and any insight on what the company likes to see. Every little tip matters.

They Secretly Want You to Join ’Em.

Sometimes you really aren’t as well qualified as the internal candidate. They might be fabulous. That’s OK for you. Even if they hire the internal candidate, hiring managers have been known to do a "talent hire” – where they make a place for you because you have some skill or expertise they want. No matter how skilled you are, this only works if you do a remarkable job prepping for the interview. Hiring managers can also take this opportunity to get to know you, so they can send you an invite when a more suitable role pops up.

Your plan. Keep the recruiter warm. Because other opportunities do pop up in business all the time, make sure all your correspondence with a recruiter and the hiring manager is warm and timely. You want to leave a good memory.

Competing against an internal candidate is never easy, but you can be as strategic and thoughtful in your approach. In the long run, it just might make all the difference.

Jacey Eckhart is Military.com's transition master coach. She is a certified professional career coach and military sociologist who helps military members get their first civilian job by offering career-level Master Classes through our Veteran Employment Project and on her website SeniorMilitaryTransition.com. Reach her at Jacey.Eckhart@Monster.com.

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Court documents say a Republican candidate for a North Carolina congressional seat in 2020 has been accused of a campaign finance violation, and that she’s signed a plea agreement

ByThe Associated Press

January 30, 2023, 2:23 PM

RALEIGH, N.C. -- A Republican candidate for a western North Carolina congressional seat in 2020 has been accused by federal prosecutors of a campaign finance violation, and she's signed a plea agreement, court records say.

Lynda Bennett is charged with willingly and knowingly accepting on her campaign's behalf $25,000 in contributions during 2019 from a relative that were provided in the name of another person, according to a criminal information filed by U.S. Justice Department attorneys on Friday.

Another document filed on Monday by one of the federal attorneys in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia requested a court hearing because Bennett "has signed a plea agreement and statement of offense."

Federal law during the 2019-20 election cycle limited an individual's campaign donation to a federal candidate to $2,800 per election, or $5,600 in total, the criminal information said. The document identifies neither the relative nor the name of the other person who actually made donations.

Bennett attorney Kearns Davis said in a written statement that the “case involves a technical violation of campaign-finance regulations, based on a loan from a family member. Lynda looks forward to putting it behind her.”

Politico first reported on the case against Bennett, a Haywood County real estate agent who was a Republican candidate in the race for the 11th Congressional District seat held by then-Rep. Mark Meadows. He was vacating the seat to become President Donald Trump's chief of staff. Bennett was a friend of Meadows' wife and endorsed by Meadows before the March 2020 primary. She advanced to a primary runoff but lost to Madison Cawthorn despite also receiving Trump's endorsement.

Cawthorn won the 11th District general election in November 2020 and served one term. Then-state Sen. Chuck Edwards defeated Cawthorn in last May's primary and joined Congress earlier this month.

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Killexams : Indian employers on LinkedIn looking for candidates who can work with ChatGPT, create automated content Indian employers on LinkedIn looking for candidates who can work with ChatGPT, create automated content © Provided by India Today Indian employers on LinkedIn looking for candidates who can work with ChatGPT, create automated content

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. While some see it as a foe, others are happy to form an alliance with the new AI chatbot, which is giving sleepless nights to Google. Some Indian employers have already started looking for candidates with expertise in ChatGPT. This basically means that you should be well aware of the AI chatbot and should know how to extract relevant responses from it. Not too long ago, people feared losing their jobs to the new ChatGPT, but for now, employers want candidates who can work effectively with the AI.ChatGPT, created by OpenAI, is hailed for its conversational skills, its ability to follow commands, and its ability to provide precise information

As of Saturday, three employers on LinkedIn had posted content writing jobs with ChatGPT as an important skill. One of the employers, a dietary supplement company, wrote that the candidate will have to collaborate with the founders to develop and implement copywriting at scale using ChatGPT and should be able to unlock its potential in copywriting. Another company is seeking an SEO content writer with 4 years of experience and expertise in ChatGPT. A company also posted a job opening for a Python Developer who should be able to build and integrate new applications with GPT-3 APIs.

ChatGPT's popularity can be attributed to its ability to understand human language and generate natural-sounding responses. It can be used to generate a wide range of content, including blog posts, articles, and social media posts, quickly. The ability to work with ChatGPT is becoming a valuable skill for job seekers, as they need to be able to extract relevant responses to create high-quality content. The accurate LinkedIn job postings suggest that the job market will likely change as more businesses adopt this technology.

Concerned about ChatGPT's growing prominence, Google announced its ChatGPT rival "Bard," and Microsoft unveiled its ChatGPT-powered search engine called Bing. Google's tool is not yet available for public use, so it is not yet clear how it will compete with OpenAI's chatbot. Microsoft has partnered with OpenAI for Bing, which will use an advanced version of GPT-3 to deliver better search, more complete answers, a new chat experience, and the ability to generate content. However, Bing is not yet available to the general public, and interested users must join a waitlist to test it."

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Killexams : Court Strikes Out Suit Seeking to Disqualify PDP Candidates in Enugu

Gideon Arinze in Enugu
A Federal High Court sitting in Enugu, yesterday struck out the suit seeking to disqualify all candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in Enugu State from taking part in the 2023 elections.
Recall that the case was instituted by the Enugu North Senatorial district candidate of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Chika Idoko.
In the suit No: FHC/EN/CS/217/2022, Idoko had dragged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the PDP and all its candidates in Enugu State to the court, claiming that the PDP primary election was in contravention of Section 77 of the Electoral Act and should thus be voided. He also requested that the party be punished in line with extant provisions of the Section 84 of the same Act.
Idoko’s argument through his counsel, Barr. T. Ekpenyong, was that the party submitted its membership register to INEC on May 6, 2022, less than 30 days to its primary election, contrary to the provisions of the law. He said a letter from the first defendant, which was admitted in evidence, showed that the PDP submitted the register in contravention of the Electoral Act.
However, the defendants, including the PDP, its guber candidate, Peter Mbah, National and State Assembly candidates, argued that Idoko being a member of the ADC lacked the locus standi to file the matter, adding that it was also statute-barred, as according to them the matter was filed out of time.

Represented by Onyechi Ikpeazu, SAN, Anthony Ani, (SAN), Justina Offia (Mrs.) SAN, Barr. Ogochukwu Onyekwuluje, the defendants prayed that the matter be struck out for lack of jurisdiction, adding that whereas the course of action arose on May 6, the plaintiff waited till September to file the court action.

Delivering her judgment on Friday, the presiding judge, Justice Folashade Giwa-Ogunbanjo stated that the appellant lacked the locus standi to institute the matter    

because it lacked the locus standi to initiate an action into what is essentially an internal affair of the PDP.

To this effect, Ohunbanjo struck out the suit, saying “This court lacks jurisdiction to hear the originating summons because it will be an exercise in futility.

“Where the plaintiff lacks local standi to maintain the matter, the court lacks jurisdiction to entertain the suit”she said.

Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Campaign Council, Enugu has hailed the court judgment of the Federal High Court, Enugu, upholding the primary elections that produced the Enugu PDP candidates for the 2023 governorship, National Assembly and State Assembly elections in the State.

In a statement by its director of public communications and Spokesperson, Nana Ogbodo on Friday, the council described the judgment as victory for democracy.

The council asked opposition parties in the state to utilize the remaining campaign windows to market themselves to the people of Enugu state rather than attack the PDP.

“The judgment is in tandem with established previous judicial decisions by both the Court of Appeal Court and the Supreme Court in matters of this nature” the council said. “Meanwhile, we appreciate our party faithful and supporters for their standing with the party every step of the way and urge them to get their voter cards ready to go out there to vote for the PDP on the 25th of February and 11th March 2023”.

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Killexams : Obi: I’m Not Like Candidate That Doesn’t Know His Age

Seriki Adinoyi in Jos

Presidential candidate of Labour Party (LP), Mr. Peter Obi, has said that his candidature represents the present generation, adding that he’s not like the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate that is over 70 years old and the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate that does not even know his age.

Obi said that it is better to elect those that are stingy for prudence and accountability than to choose people that will squander the commonwealth of Nigeria

He added that Nigeria is physically challenged and needs total deliverance, which can only be done by a patriot.

Obi who stated this while addressing the mammoth crowd that thronged the venue of his campaign rally at Rwang Pam Stadium in Jos, Plateau State, said Nigeria needs urgent deliverance, adding that if elected, his administration will build a country that all citizens will feel a sense of belonging.

He expressed disappointment that Nigeria has suddenly become the poverty capital of the world, noting that the economy of the country will be rejigged to eradicate poverty and restore the lost hope of an average Nigeria.

He said, “It is a shock that Nigeria has become the poverty capital of the world through bad leadership. A vote for Obi/Dati will restore lost hope. The two of us are educated, Nigeria should look at the pedigrees and backgrounds of all the candidates and choose the right one. We are the most qualified of all the candidates; we are not like the PDP candidate that is over 70 years, and the APC candidate that does not even know his age.

“2023 is not the turn of anyone, but the turn of all Nigerians to a choice for credible leadership; it is the turn of Nigerians to take their destiny in their hands. I am contesting because I am a Nigerian. There’s no difference between the rich and the poor; they both go to the same market, we shall bridge the gap if elected.”

He assured the people of Plateau State that if elected, he will restore the lost glory of the state and make it a tourist destination in Africa.

Also addressing the crowd, the gubernatorial candidate of the party in Plateau State, Dr. Patrick Dakum, implored the people of the state to brace up for the challenge, and collect their PVCs before the deadline, adding that by so doing, their labour will not be in vain.

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Killexams : NFL Rumors: Chiefs' Eric Bieniemy 'a Prime Candidate' for Ravens, Commanders OC Jobs
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Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy is a "prime candidate" for the same role with the Washington Commanders and Baltimore Ravens, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Bieniemy signed a one-year contract with the Chiefs prior to the 2022 NFL season.

On Monday, the 53-year-old addressed his present situation and said he had yet to interview for any offensive coordinator postings in the NFL:

The Commanders and Ravens both present some challenges thanks to the uncertainty with their quarterback situations.

Washington head coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday that Sam Howell has the inside track for the starting role.

Howell went 11-of-19 for 169 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the Commanders' 26-6 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 18, which was his only appearance. Leaning on the 2022 fifth-round pick could be a risky approach.

The Ravens, meanwhile, could have an entirely different quarterback depending on how Lamar Jackson's free agency plays out. You'd think whoever comes in as the offensive coordinator will have an idea of Baltimore's position with Jackson before accepting the job because that offense would look a lot different with somebody else under center.

Broadly speaking, that Bieniemy has yet to get hired as a head coach remains puzzling. It looks like Kansas City's offensive coordinator since 2018 will be shut out for another hiring cycle.

Maybe he'd just prefer a change of scenery, but some would read his accepting another OC gig as an admission that getting hired as a head coach is simply impossible as long as he remains in Kansas City. And that simply doesn't line up with how his predecessors benefited from working on Andy Reid's staff.

Doug Pederson and Matt Nagy were both the Chiefs offensive coordinator for shorter windows of time before they became NFL head coaches. In Nagy's case, he was the lone OC for just 2017 (also the co-OC in 2016) before the Chicago Bears targeted him.

Working and succeeding in Washington or Baltimore would seemingly strengthen Bieniemy's resume even more. The downside is that if the Commanders or Ravens were perceived to be playing worse than expected, it could be used to justify bypassing him in head coaching searches.

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Killexams : Another outfield candidate comes off Yankees’ board

Another one bites the dust. Maybe.

The New York Yankees remain in the market for an outfielder after watching Andrew Benintendi sign a five-year, $75 million contract with the Chicago White Sox.


And with less than two weeks until spring training begins in Tampa, Fla., general manager Brian Cashman is running out of options.

The Athletic reports the Minnesota Twins seem inclined to hold on to Max Kepler for the time being.

Whereas it seemed like a strong possibility two months ago, the probability of the Twins trading Max Kepler has been significantly reduced. Even with a roster full of similar players, the Twins appear content to keep Kepler. … the desired interest hasn’t been there and with spring training two weeks away (and) indications are that the Twins plan to move forward with Kepler.

FanSided’s Robert Murray reported last week Kepler is a “prime buy-low candidate.”

One team that has shown interest in Kepler, according to sources: the New York Yankees, whose hitter-friendly ballpark could be exactly what he needs to bounce back.

The 29-year-old Kepler was an MVP candidate for the Twins in 2019, when he finished 20th in voting after setting career highs with 36 home runs and 90 RBI.

But last season, the outfielder hit .227 with nine home runs. According to Spotrac, Kepler is on the books this season for $8.5 million. His deal includes a team option for 2024 worth $10 million with a $1 million buyout.

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The Yankees also had been linked to Josh Harrison, but he signed with the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.

Among the remaining outfield options for the Yankees on the free agent and trade markets are Jurickson Profar, David Peralta and Bryan Reynolds.

Yankees’ in-house candidates for left field include Aaron Hicks and Oswaldo Cabrera. Cashman also recently signed Billy McKinney, Willie Calhoun and Rafael Ortega as outfield depth.


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