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Breaking News: Elections Postponed to 23rd February
Breaking News: Elections Postponed to 23...

Breaking News: Elections Postponed to 23rd February

After the initial denials by INEC, it has officially come out to announce the postponement of today’s scheduled elections to the 23rd of February. See Also: Breaking News: Elections not Postponed – INEC While giving his reasons for the postponement, INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu... read more »

Breaking News: Elections not Postponed - INEC
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Breaking News: Elections not Postponed – INEC

Following a rumour that INEC might be thinking of postponing the Presidential and house of assembly elections, INEC has come out to refute the rumour. According to Mr. Festus Okoye, a National commissioner in charge of voter education, elections will hold as planned. he called on voters to ignore... read more »

Breaking News: Nigerian Presidential Elections may be Postponed!
Breaking News: Nigerian Presidential Ele...

Breaking News: Nigerian Presidential Elections may be Postponed!

There are indications that the presidential and national assembly elections slated to hold tomorrow may be postponed. News reaching us has it that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is currently in a crucial meeting with stakeholders to determine the way forward. It is suspected... read more »

Nigeria: IPOB Calls Off Election Boycott, Preconditions and Terms Met
Nigeria: IPOB Calls Off Election Boycott...

Nigeria: IPOB Calls Off Election Boycott, Preconditions and Terms Met

In a surprising turn of events a day to the elections, it appears that IPOB has called off its decision to boycott the elections. In a tweet released on Nnamdi Kanu’s Twitter handle, the leader of IPOB said the election boycott had been called off. According to him, their preconditions and... read more »

Nigeria: A Message from U.S Ambassador to Nigeria, W. Stuart Symington
Nigeria: A Message from U.S Ambassador t...

Nigeria: A Message from U.S Ambassador to Nigeria, W. Stuart Symington

The United States Embassy in Nigeria wishes to reiterate unequivocally that we are not taking sides in Nigeria’s election.   We do not support any party or candidate.   We support a level playing field and the democratic process.  That is the bedrock principle of our Government’s advocacy... read more »

PDP To Buhari Presidency: False Alarm Will Not Help You

Press Release: PDP To Buhari Presidency: False Alarm Will Not Help You

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says no amount of fabrications, false alarm, blackmail and resort to violence by the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Buhari Presidency can sway... read more »

Nigeria: Questions Buhari Should Answer before the Elections

Opinion: Questions Buhari Should Answer before the Elections

With the current exchanges of verbal batons across political parties, there is no doubt that the 2019 general elections are presenting the nation a lot of melodramatic episodes. While some... read more »

Nigeria: APC Denies Knowledge of Giant Broom Constructed in Abuja

Nigeria: APC Denies Knowledge of Giant Broom Constructed in Abuja

Nigerians have been speaking out castigating the ruling party for wasting funds, constructing a giant broom at the Abuja City Gate. The broom is APC’s symbol and the giant broom has... read more »

Opinion: All Hell will Break Lose if Buhari Rigs Election – Fani-Kayode

Opinion: All Hell will Break Lose if Buhari Rigs the Election – Fani-Kayode

As the general elections are set to take place in a few days, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode who is a known critic of the Buhari administration has said that any attempt by this administration to... read more »

Nigeria: Supreme Court Declares Rivers State APC's Primaries Illegal

Nigeria: Supreme Court Declares Rivers State APC’s Primarie...

The Supreme Court yesterday upheld the order of a Federal High Court in Port-Harcourt, which last year barred the All Progressive Congress (APC) from conducting any primary election pending the... read more »