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NigeriaDecides Result Updates: All Election Results In One Place |RN

 

Odeda LGA, Ward 7 in #OgunDecides2019; #OgunDecides

OLG School 1, Obantoko II PU
APC – 230
APM – 158
ADC – 122
PDP – 013

Alogi Bust stop PU
APC – 269
APM – 139
ADC – 182
PDP – 018

Aaya Pry School PU
APC – 54
APM – 49
ADC – 25
PDP – 12

Odeda LGA, Ward 7
Ayetoro Budo PU
APC – 11
APM – 18
PDP – 08
Isolu village PU
APC – 64
APM – 27
PDP – 08
Anigilaje village PU
APC – 240
APM -165
PDP – 018
Illupeju Alagbede village PU
APC – 73
APM – 43
PDP – 09

21:19

KANO: Gwale LGA

PDP: 50,834
APC: 12,283

Kano: Dan’agundi primary 001, Dan’agundi ward

Governorship election

APC: 77

PDP: 119

18:50

Bondon Mangai PU
Result

Assembly:

ADP – 3
APC – 9
PDP – 203

Governor
APC – 10
PDP – 205

IJEBU ODE LGA,OGUN EAST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. WARD (06) UNIT( 009)

GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION:

APC 120
PDP 71
APM 34
UPN 9

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY:

APC 82
PDP 70
APM 35
UPN 31

In Delta: PU 011, Ward 05, Ogborikoko, Uvwie LGA

Governorship election

PDP: 152

APC: 93

18:40

PU 021, Ward 005, Ikorodu Lagos State.

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Governorship
APC:87
PDP:36
ADP:1
Void:NONE
Registered voters:508
Accredited voters:124

House of assembly
PDP: 34
APC:88
PCP:1
Void:1

Barnawa Kaduna South
PU 027

Gubernatorial
PDP – 501
APC – 115

HA
PDP – 427
APC – 92

Plateau: Wild life park, ward 2, Jos north

Governorship election

APC: 94

PDP: 184

Wildlife park, ward 1, Jos north

APC: 63

PDP: 177

PU 007, Ward 015, Lagos Island, Lagos State.

Governorship
PDP – 15
APC – 129
Rejected- 2

House of Assembly
APC – 124
AAC – 1
PDP – 16

Rejected 4

18:30

In Akwa Ibom: PU 008, Ward 10, Ibiono Ibom LGA

Governorship election

APC: 60

PDP: 306

State: Bauchi
Zone: North
LGA: Katagum

R.A: Kafin kuka
PU: 002 kofar dancilakowa

Governorship Election:
ADC: 01
GPN: 03
NNPP: 13
PRP: 37
PDP: 166
APC: 228

Mazugal 050 Nasiru Aliko Koki DG Compaign if Ganduje polling unit

Governor
PDP 143
APC 90

House of Assembly
PDP 142
APC 90

Oyo Guber: Alao-Akala Wins Polling Unit

PU RESULTS

Ogbomoso North, PU 013, Sabo-Tara 10

Gubernatorial
APC – 201 √
PDP – 82
ADP – 23

OYSHA
APC – 65
PDP – 72
ADP – 146

Ward 010, PU 013, Ogbomosho South LGA, Oyo state.

Governorship
APC 201
ADP 23
PDP 82
AD 01
AAC 03

House of Assembly
APC 65
ADC 5
ADP 146
PDP 72

KANO

PU 019 Wasila Islamia DanAgundi Ward, Kano Municipal LGA

Governorship

APC 165

PDP 80

House of Assembly

APC 93

PDP 135

Lamido, Kofar Lamido ll, 019… Shamaki ward, Gombe State

GOVERNORSHIP.
Inuwa Yahaya APC: 195
Bayero Nafada PDP: 86

STATE HOUSE
Ali Baba Manu APC: 175
Haruna FADA PDP: 77

KANO STATE RESULTS

S.D……Kano South
LGA…. Rogo
WARD… Yola
PU….010
TIME OF VISIT…4:00pm

GOVERNOR:
APC…123
PDP…169
PRP…28

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY:
APC…132
PDP…164
PRP…21

KWARA STATE RESULTS

In Kwara: PU011, Oko Erin ward, Ilorin west

Governorship election

APC: 167

PDP: 48

Ashipa Atiba LG Oyo, Oyo State.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY RESULT
APC 105
PDP 27
ADC 55
L.P. 1
ADP 212
ACD 2
APA 1
APDA 1
ZLP 1
TOTAL NUMBER ON REGISTER 500
NUMBER ACCREDITED 245


Saraki’s polling units

PU 005

Governorship
PPD 157
APC 21

House of Assembly
PDP 151
APC 21

PU 005(2)

Governorship
PDP 179
APC 51

House of Assembly

PDP 179
APC 48

PU 006

Governorship
PDP 253
APC 125

House of Assembly

PDP 257
APC 118

PU 021

Governorship
PDP 202
APC 45

House of Assembly

PDP 202
APC 45

Ends

15:56

From Senator Dino Melaye

Kogi State

Ogale aduge ward

Ijumu LG

PDP 531

APC 442

Iffe/Ikoyi Ward in Ijumu LG

PDP 534

APC 276

Odo Eri /okoto ward YW LG. pdp 684. Apc 477.

AYEGUNLE/ILUAFON WARD UNIT 04. Ijumu LG. PDP  122;   APC 100;       ADC  37;       ACD 03

Ikoyi/Iffe ward

Iffe-Tedo Ijumu LG

APC    20

PDP   73

Ikoyi/Iffe ward

United. Pri. Sch. IJUMU LG.

APC    24

PDP   111

Ikoyi/Iffe ward

Old market(Ikoyi) Ijumu lg.

APC    41

PDP   77

Ikoyi/Iffe ward

Okejumu unit. Ijumu lg.

APC    67

PDP   74

15:52

Unguwan katia, Niger State
Governorship
APC 240
PDP 114

Member
APC 212
PDP 123

Abak unit 3 ward 3.
Governorship in Akwa Ibom State:
APC, 171
PDP, 336
PDC, 2
PDP, 2

House of assembly
PDP, 254
APC, 247

Kaita Yabo, 029, Sokoto South LGA, Sokoto
STATE HOUSE
APC: 42
PDP: 45
PPA: 1
INVALID: 2
GOVERNORSHIP
APC: 38
PDP: 50

15:20

State: Adamawa
Zone: Central
LGA: Song
Reg Area: Song Gari
PU: Wuro barde Pri SCH
PU Code: 007
House of Assembly:
Voting Point I
APC: 81
PDP: 51
ADC: 23

Tsanyawa LG, Yanganau Ward. PU 004 Sallawa Takatsaba, Kano State Governorship result

APC= 181
PDP= 152
PRP= 011

Box 001 Galadanchi Ward
PDP 86
APC 75
PRP 6
APA 1
A. A 1
APDA 1
GPN 2

Source: ElombahNews

 

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SHOCK: Another Cancellation Looms As INEC Has No Result Sheet For Inspection

 

There is palpable apprehension over the results of the presidential and National Assembly elections conducted by the Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] on February 23, 2019.

Sources have revealed that fear of cancellation of the election result is looming as, 12 days after, INEC has no result sheets for inspection by the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP], Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

ElombahNews had reported on March 6 that one week after INEC declared President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as the president-elect, the electoral umpire has failed to provide explanations on discrepancies noted in the results of the February 23 presidential election it announced last Wednesday.

It was also reported that the Court of Appeal ordered INEC to allow Atiku Abubakar and his party have unfettered access to all certified copies of the materials used in conducting the 2019 elections.

That court order is reportedly causing tension in INEC as to what to do.

It was also gathered that, soon after the court ruling, INEC on Wednesday ordered its legal department to look into the ruling to advise it appropriately, a source in the know revealed.

It is now two weeks after the conduct of the elections but it seems the Electoral Commission does not have full results in its kitty for inspection.

Worse still is the fact that INEC does not have result sheets and other materials it used for collation of the results, causing anxiety and fears of annulment of elections aftermath of court ruling on Wednesday.

Even of concern is why INEC has yet to provide details of the outcome of the polls either on its website or at its state offices.

Checks conducted through INEC online portal, calls to its states’ offices, wards, local governments, federal constituencies and senatorial districts showed no physical collation or online release of the results.

This is causing fears the election results may have been cooked as efforts were rather placed on declaring winners than following processes as allowed by extant laws before declaration of election results could be done.

When Daily Mail enquired from Oluwole Osaze-Uzi, INEC’s Director of Voter Education and Publicity, it was not successful.

Also, attempts to speak with Festus Okoye, INEC’s National Commissioner on Voter Education was also unsuccessful as his phone rang out.

But several sources told Daily Mail that it should normally take few weeks to collate all election materials “owing to the magnitude of the election and the materials used.

“Nigeria is a large country, we shouldn’t be hasty in some issues but I can agree with you that at least all the materials and equipment used should have been at states’ offices.”

Asked why state offices are yet to have the equipment and materials, he said state offices should be asked or INEC “higher authority would be in a position to answer that.”

A source at the legal department of INEC told Daily Mail on phone that “it was always going to be tough providing the materials the court has ordered.

“I don’t know why materials used during the election have not be submitted but I am not in a position to speak – I am in the legal department, my mandate is not to speak on issues like this.”

According to her, “There should be thing to inspect, in fact all things being sought should be available for a petitioner to examine – that’s what all relevant laws in the country says.”

When asked what if the petitioner cannot be provided the materials being sought, she responded, “That is left for the court to decide, but it could mean cancellation of result because you can’t announce nothing for something.”  (ElombahNews)

 

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Elections: FG Declares Friday Public Holiday, Excludes Bankers, Others |RN

                   Minister of Interior, Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau (retd.)

Adelani Adepegba, Abuja

 

The Federal Government has declared Friday, February 22, 2019, as a public holiday, in preparation for the February 23 Presidential and National Assembly elections.

Minister of Interior, Lt. Gen. Bello Dambazau (retd), made the declaration in Abuja on Wednesday.

The Ministry of Interior in a statement on Wednesday night by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Georgina Ehuriah, however, excluded bankers and those offering essential services across the nation.

It said, “The Federal Government declares Friday, February 22, 2019, as work-free day. Those providing essential duties and bankers are excluded.

“The work-free day is to enable citizens return to their polling units for the reschedule Presidential and National Assembly elections.”

“Security agencies have been directed to ensure safety of lives and property before, during and after the general election,” the statement added.    (Punch)

 

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Obasanjo: I Have Not Fled The Country |The Republican News

                                 Ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo

 

Tunji Bosun

 

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Friday said he has not fled Nigeria, contrary to a social media report that he had travelled out of the county ahead of the presidential election scheduled for Saturday.

Obasanjo spoke with newsmen at his Presidential Library, Abeokuta, describing the Social media post as “fake news.”

The former president was reacting to a Facebook post of one Gbenga Lawal who posted: “Breaking: Obasanjo jets out of Nigeria. He can’t even wait for the thief he is imposing on Nigerians.”

In his reaction, Obasanjo said “Why should I travel out of the country before the election?

“If not for anything, I believe I should be here to perform my civic responsibility, which is to vote according to the dictate of my heart tomorrow and on the second of March.

“Those who are carrying that type of rumour or fake news; I leave them in the hands of God; I am used to that kind of thing.

“In Yoruba land, if your head is hard, you don’t have to worry yourself.

“Let anybody tell lies against you, let anybody issue fake news against you, let anybody abuse you, God will deal with them rightly and appropriately.”    (Punch)

 

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Buhari, Mbaka In Closed Doors Meeting |The Republican News

Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja

President Muhammadu Buhari and the Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka are in a closed doors meeting at the State House Villa, Abuja.

Mbaka arrived the forecourt of the president’s office at about 12 noon and went straight to the president’s office.

The cleric, who predicted Buhari’s victory in 2015 recently chastised the Peoples Democratic Party’s vice presidential candidate, Peter Obi, for not donating money to his congregation.   (The Sun)

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2019: Don’t Succumb To Plot To Derail Nigeria, Adamu Warns Electorate |RN

Linus Oota, Lafia

 

North Central presidential director of Buhari/Osinbajo campaign organisation, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, has appealed to Nigerians not to succumb to plots by enemies of Nigeria to derail the country through the ballot as the 2019 general election draws near.

Senator Adamu who represents Nasarawa West senatorial district at the National Assembly, made the call on Thursday in Toto, headquarters of Toto local government, during the flag off of the All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial campaign in the state.

He said the gang up against the government of President Muhammadu Buhari was a plot against the collective prosperity enjoyed under the leadership of the current administration.

He urged Nasarawa voters to vote for the APC governorship candidate, Mr Abdullahi Sule, having seen what Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura had accomplished in the past eight years in the state.

In his remarks, the APC governorship candidate, Mr. Abdullahi Sule, lamented that despite being christened “Home of Solid Minerals,” Nasarawa State was yet to harness and enjoy the benefits of its rich mineral endowment.

Sule, the immediate past Managing Director of Dangote Sugar refineries, promised to deploy his experience in the private sector to take Nasarawa State to its next level of development.

Also speaking, Governor Al-Makura appealed to the people to vote for all APC candidates from the presidential to the House of Assembly.   (The Sun)

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Niger Delta Militants Threaten To Shut Down Oil Wells Over CJN, Onnoghen’s Trial

               Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen

The Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators on Sunday warned that it would begin to attack oil wells in the oil-rich region if President Buhari failed to reverse the harassment of  Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen.

The various militant groups said they were shocked to learn about the planned arraignment of the CJN over allegations of false asset declaration.

A statement issued via electronic mail by the coalition alleged that Onnoghen was being persecuted because he was from the Niger Delta, adding that the petition was plotted by the Presidency to forcefully remove Onnoghen as the CJN and replace him with a northerner.

The statement was signed by John Duku of the Niger Delta Watchdogs  and Convener, Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators; Ekpo Ekpo of the Niger Delta Volunteers; Simply Benjamin (Bakassi Strike Force); Osarolor Nedam (Niger Delta Warriors); Henry Okon Etete (Niger Delta Peoples Fighters); and Asukwo Henshaw (Bakassi Freedom Fighters).

It stated, “In the first instance, President Muhammadu Buhari was not disposed to Justice Onnoghen’s appointment to this position, which was why he refused to confirm the appointment after so many months of serving in an acting capacity. It was during the period of his sickness while in Britain that the (then) acting President – Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, confirmed the appointment.

“We wish to also recall that in August last year, Mr Matthew Seiyefa of Bayelsa State, who was the most senior and most qualified officer at the time was appointed to the position of acting Director-General of the Department of State Services by Prof. Osinbajo, only to be replaced with a retired and junior officer to Seiyefa, Mr Yusuf Bichi, by President Buhari as soon as he resumed duties.

“We hereby vehemently resist any attempt to remove the CJN from office. We, therefore, want to state categorically that if the Presidency failed to reverse its harassment against the CJN, we will have no other option but to mobilise all the Niger Delta fighters and commence serious actions that would shake the country and the whole world.

“We shall shut down all the oil wells in the Niger Delta. We call on all the northerners and Yoruba who own oil wells in the Niger Delta to prepare to vacate immediately.

“We also want to warn our Niger Delta brothers, who are working for Buhari to watch their back and know that we are watching them and their family members. We warn them to stop campaigning for Buhari in the Niger Delta,” the militants added.  (Punch)

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