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Electronic Sever: INEC Can Not Produce What It Doesn’t Have — Yunus Ustaz Tells Presidential Election Tribunal

Electronic Sever: INEC Can Not Produce What It Doesn’t Have — Yunus Ustaz Tells Presidential Election Tribunal

The Independent National Electoral Commission on Thursday insisted that it had no electronic server being sought to be accessed and inspected by the Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate in the February 23, 2019 presidential election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. The commission had earlier denied the existence of such server in its reply filed on […]

National Youth Council of Nigeria Elects New Executive Officers, … Nihi Replaces Ugochinyere as President

  By Alli Abiola: The umbrella body of Nigerian Youths – the National Youth Council of Nigeria on Thursday, 23rd, May 2019 appointed a new set of National Executive officers to drive the activities of the Council across the country. Emerging the President, Comrade Oladele John Nihi who replaces Barrister Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere has promised […]

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Nigeria’s 9th Assembly: Northern Youths Earnestly Yearning For Gaya As Deputy Sen. President

  By Joseph Edegbo: With few weeks to the emergence of the 9th National Assembly, Coalition of youth organisations from Northern part of Nigeria have joined others to drum support for Sen. Kabiru  Gaya (APC Kano South) to emerge as the Deputy Senate President. The youth organisations which include Northern Youths Council, Northern Youths Anti-corruption […]

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South African President-elect, Ramaphosa Says Incoming Cabinet ‘ll  Bring Change

  On 9 May 1994, the late struggle stalwart Albertina Sisulu rose from her seat in the first democratic sitting of Parliament to nominate former statesman Nelson Mandela as President in what has since become a historic visual in the minds of most South Africans. That was 25 years ago. On Tuesday, ANC’s incoming Chief […]

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South Africa Elections, A Reminiscent Of 1994 – Says Ramaphosa

  President Cyril Ramaphosa has likened Wednesday’s Election Day to that of the first democratic election in 1994, after witnessing the high voter turnout at voting stations across the country. South Africans voted on Wednesday in the National and Provincial Elections and voting stations remained open until 9pm. “The response to the voting has been […]

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Nigerian Female Politician Wins Council Election In UK

  Forty three Year old Nigerian, based in the United Kingdom (UK), Mrs. Abigail Marshall Katung from Kaduna State. Northwest of the country has been declared winner in the 2019 Leeds City Council elections. Mrs.Katung is the wife to the running mate to the Kaduna State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governorship Candidate, Isa Ashiru (Sunday […]

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South Africa Extends Voting Hours At Foreign Missions

  The South African Electoral Commission has agreed to extend voting hours at foreign missions on 27 April to accommodate Jewish voters celebrating the Sabbath. “The decision to extend voting hours at these missions followed a request from the South African Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD) to accommodate Jewish voters who will be celebrating the […]

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Trump Congratulates Netanyahu On His Victory

  US President Donald Trump called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election victory on Wednesday. Trump sent his best wishes to Netanyahu and the Israeli public from Air Force One, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement. During the call, Netanyahu thanked Trump for his support of Israel, including his […]

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