INEC’s Presidential Election Results in Delta State

By Politics Governance Warri South LGA PDP 22,086 APC 10,007 Isoko South LGA PDP 19,407 APC 10,536 Isoko North LGA PDP 19,515 APC 7,045 Warri South-West PDP 81,833 APC 43,214 Burutu PDP 38,543 APC 5,546 Warri North LGA PDP 25,394 APC 12,744 Sapele LGA PDP 13,642 APC 9776 Ughelli North PDP 16,140 APC 24,193 Okpe LGA PDP 11,167 APC 7,769 Ndokwa West LGA PDP 20,498 APC 3,579 Bomadi LGA PDP 62,297 APC 1,742 Ndokwa East LGA PDP 20,976 APC 3,312 Ethiope East LGA PDP 8,294 APC 13,854 Ethiope West LGA…

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Breaking News! Agege win again, As Waive clinches Ughelli North, South/ Udu Federal Constituency Reps

The results for the Delta Central Senatorial District and Ughelli North, South and Udu federal constituency has been released by the Independent Electoral Commission, INEC with senator Ovie Omo-Agege being reelected and Rev. Francis Ejiroghene Waive winning. Senator Omo-Agege of the APC pulled a total of 111, 100 to beat the PDP candidate, Evelyn Oboro who scored 99, 422 whike the SDP candidate, Dr. Ovie Uwhuanogho had 2, 204. Also, for Ughelli North, Ughelli South and Udu federal constituency, Revd Ejiroghene Waive of the APC wins with 41,385 beating PDP…

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Breaking News: Security Operatives Ban Journalists FromUghelli INEC Collation Center Amidst Tight Security

By Perez Brisibe UGHELLI – JOURNALISTS who visited the Ughelli collation center of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC to monitor the collation of results from yesterday’s presidential and national assembly elections, were Sunday banned from gaining access into the premises. The ban is coming amidst a water tight security made up of a special team of mobile policemen and soldiers, positioned at the three access points to the center. It could be recalled that in 2015, a similar occurrences occurred when Vanguard Reporter was attacked by security agencies attached…

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Breaking :INEC Shifts Nigeria Polls to February 23, March 9, Give Reasons

BREAKING: INEC postpones Nigeria elections, announces new dates, gives reasons…. The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has postponed the February 16 presidential and National Assembly elections. The polls will now hold Saturday February 23. This was one of the decisions reached early Saturday morning in a meeting INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu had with the 12 national commissioners in Abuja. Addressing the media, Yakubu explained that the shift was mainly due to logistics problems faced by the commission. “Following a careful review, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding…

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BREAKING: INEC to postpone tomorrow’s election – Premium Times

  Premium Times, Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu showing a specimen ballot paper for Ekiti governorship election during the INEC quarterly consultative meeting with political parties, in Abuja on Wednesday (4/6/18). 03573/4/6/2018/Hogan Bassey/NAN FILE: Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu showing a specimen ballot paper for Ekiti governorship election during the INEC quarterly consultative meeting with political parties, in Abuja on Wednesday (4/6/18). 03573/4/6/2018/Hogan Bassey/NAN The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is considering postponing Saturday’s presidential and national assembly elections, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt. Multiple sources close to the…

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CJN Sacking: Clark, Adebanjo, Nwodo Reaction

*Constitutional Crisis As Buhari Illegally Suspends CJN* The attention of Southern and Middle Belt Leaders has been drawn to a coup against Constitutional Democracy in Nigeria by President Muhammadu Buhari by the Suspension of CJN Walter Onoghen this evening and swearing in a replacement. This is a constitutional crisis foisted by desperation and morbid desire to foist rule of thumb. We have checked through the constitution and the President has no power to unilaterally suspend the CJN. Section 292 of the amended 1999 Constitution is clear that the President can…

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Atiku in US, Sets To Meet Trump, PDP In Diaspora

By Politics Governance, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the Presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in forthcoming elections slated for February 16 , 2019 has landed in United States of America, USA. According reports, the PDP presidential candidate will meet with president of United States, Donald Trump and PDP faithful in diaspora. Confirming the arrival of Atiku in US,  the Publisher of Politics Governance,  Prof. Alex  Akpodiete said,  “I can confirm that the US Chamber of Commerce is hosting PDP  presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar tommorow  (Today). This is their reply…

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Gbagi is an Empty Barrel- Ogboru

UGHELLI – ALL Progressives Congress, APC, governorship candidate for Delta State, Chief Great Ogboru has said he would not be availing the state governor and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, the opportunity to debate with him ahead of the 2019 general elections.   Chief Ogboru Ogboru also lampooned ex-minister of education, Chief Kenneth Gbagi describing him as an “empty barrel” over his comments against him as published in Saturday Vanguard where he stated that “Ogboru swore to him about 18years ago in the presence of…

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Lifetime history of Shehu Shagari

Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari GCFR, (born February 25, 1925 – December 28, 2018) served as the first and only President of Nigeria’s Second Republic (1979–1983), after the handover of power by General Olusegun Obasanjo’s military government. Shagari also served seven times in a ministerial or cabinet post as a federal minister and federal commissioner from 1958–1975. Shagari was made the Turaki of the FulaSokoto Caliphate in 1962 by the Sultan of Sokoto Siddiq Abubakar III. Turaki means an officer at court, in this case referring to the sultan’s court at the palace of Sokoto. In addition, he also holds the chieftaincy titles of the Ochiebuzo of…

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Tunisian Journalist Sets Self Ablaze Over Hardship

Tunisian journalist, Abdel Razaq Zorgi, has died after setting himself on fire, officials said, in a protest over harsh living conditions that prompted overnight clashes with police in the country’s west. Police fired tear gas at dozens of people who took to the streets Monday night in the city of Kasserine, 270 kilometres (165 miles) from the capital, setting tyres ablaze and blocking the main street. Six members of the security forces were injured and nine protesters were detained, interior ministry spokesperson Sofiane al-Zaq said Tuesday. By Tuesday morning, calm had…

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