2019 elections

  1. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Atiku speaks on ‘plan to lead protest against Buhari govt, INEC’ – Daily Post Nigeria

    The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the last election, Atiku Abubakar, on Sunday morning refuted the claim that he was planning to protest against the Muhammadu Buhari government and the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC. His rebuttal was contained...
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    Politics Atiku Gets Order Of Court To Inspect All Election Materials – OluFamous.Com

    A three-man panel of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in the FCT, Abuja has granted the PDP and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar access to All Electoral Materials used for the presidential elections.The panel on Wednesday heard the ex-parte motion filed by the Peoples...
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    Politics There May Be No Elections In 2023- Secondus – Welcome To Ladun Liadi’s Blog

    The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Uche Secondus, during his speech at the opening session of the caucus meeting of the party in Abuja, raised the alarm that there might be no election in 2023 if the military continued to participate during elections … Read more via Welcome...
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    Politics How Many PDP Senators Made It To The Senate?

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    Politics How Many APC Senators Made It To Senate ?

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    Politics Senator Remi Tinubu Emerges Winner Of Lagos Central Senatorial Seat – Stella Dimoko Korkus.com

    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Monday declared Senator Oluremi Tinubu winner of February 23 election in the Lagos Central Senatorial District. NAN reports that the Returning Officer, Prof. Oyeyemi Oyedola of the University of Lagos, said Mrs Tinubu of the All...
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    Politics Akpabio Defeated By PDP Candidate… Meet The Man Who Defeated Him – OluFamous.Com

    Former senate minority leader Godswill Akpabio has joined the league of top politicians who have lost their bid to go or return to the senate. Akpabio, the APC candidate in Ikot Ekpene Senatorial district, secured just 67,487 as against 136,373 votes pulled by Chris Ekpenyong PDP. Below are some...
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    Politics What Do You Think About The Bullion Van Seen At Tinubu's House?

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    Politics Nigerian Elections 2019 : Will Buhari Concede Defeat?

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    Politics Nigeria Elections 2019: What States In The South Did Buhari Win?

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    Politics Nigeria Elections 2019 : What Was The Results In Kano?

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    Video Nigeria News Today - BREAKING! Buhari Wins Atiku's Ward

    Today's News Highlights Includes: BREAKING: Buhari wins Atiku's ward https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/breaking-buhari-wins-atikus-ward.375403/ PDP Wins Peter Obi’s Polling Unit With Wide Margin – Nairaland...
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    Politics I won’t lose, says Buhari as he casts his ballot – TheCable

    At exactly 8:07am, President Muhammadu Buhari cast his ballot at Kofar Baru 003 polling unit, Sarkin Yara ward in Daura, his hometown in Katsina state. Clad in a light blue “Babbar Riga”, a native attire, the president was accompanied by Aisha, his wife, and some of his aides. After … Read...
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    Politics What are your concerns about tomorrow’s election? – Vanguard News Nigeria

    The election for tomorrow is highly unpredictable. However, my area of concern is the arrival of materials to the polling units and the turnout.A lot of people I have spoken to in the last five days have shown that they don’t believe in the electioneering process and … Read more via Vanguard...
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    Politics Nigeria decides: APC gives conditions for Buhari to accept defeat – Daily Post Nigeria

    The All Progressive Congress, APC, has given the condition for President Muhammadu Buhari to accept defeated in the presidential election. The party said Buhari will concede defeat and congratulate who ever wins the race if the election is confirmed free, fair and credible. The Deputy...
  16. Nigeria Political News

    Politics CLOSE-UP: This is Ahmad Mu’azu, the man in charge of INEC logistics – TheCable

    There has been a lot of confusion on who actually is in charge of the logistics at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) since the chaos that resulted in the rescheduling of the general election. Initially, the social media was buzzing with the news that it was Amina Zakari, …...
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    Politics Snatch ballot boxes and lose your life — Buhari - premium times nigeria

    President Muhammadu Buhari has warned potential troublemakers to stay away from ballot boxes on February 23. At an emergency caucus meeting of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abuja on Monday morning, the president warned that anyone who foments trouble, especially by carrying ballot...
  18. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro No More Campaigns And Collection Of PVCs — INEC – Naijaloaded

    The Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, made the disclosure while fielding questions at the commissions meeting with stakeholders, on Saturday in Abuja. Yakubu said that the deadline for the collection of PVCs and elections campaign by political parties according to Read more via...
  19. Nigeria Entertainment News

    Entertainment What Nollywood Actress, Adesuwa Etomi, Said After INEC Postponed General Elections Is A Must Read – INFORMATION NIGERIA

    Nollywood actress, Adesuwa Etomi Welington, simply known and addressed as Adesuwa Etomi has joined the bandwagon of people reacting to the now trending news that Independence National Electoral Commission(INEC) has postponed the forthcoming general elections. Adesuwa whose husband, Banky W, is...
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    Politics Difference Between 2015 And 2019 Postponement Of Elections – Politics – www.nairaland.com

    In 2015 election postponement was announced on the 7th of february saturday, a full week before the elections slated for 14 february. The reasons were *To improve the security situation in the country by battling the Boko Haram … Read more via – http://bit.ly/2SVuhUa Get More Nigeria...
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