Voting is ongoing in 20 polling units of Plateau where the process was inconclusive as a result of technical hitches experienced with card reader. A correspondent who went round some of the polling units on Sunday reports that residents shunned Church service and trooped out in their numbers to exercise
INEC has released results of the Presidential election in 10 local governments in Ogun State. As at 2:pm on Sunday March 29th in Abeokuta, APC won seven with wide margin while PDP won the remaining three local government areas.The local government areas released so far include Obafemi-Owode, Abeokuta North, Odogboolu,
National Secretary of the Labour Party (LP), Barr. Olukayode Ajulo has called for the immediate arrest and prosecution of the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega over what he called the “total failure of the card reader for Saturday’s presidential election”.
Thousands of APC members in Port Harcourt Sunday protested against the handling of the presidential and national Assembly elections held yesterday in Rivers State. The post Breaking news : APC members protest in Port Harcourt appeared first on Vanguard News.
Pictures have surfaced showing Gov Rochas Okorocha of Imo state, trying to securing the release of about about 500 eligible voters in Ogboko Ideato South of the state who were illegally arrested yesterday on their way to vote in the presidential election.
Elections are still on going in nine local government areas in Plateau State and the affected Councils are Kanam, Bassa, Jos North, Jos East, Wase, Kanke, Langtang South, Mangu and Riyom. The post Voting holds in Plataeu appeared first on Vanguard News.
Man supported by nurses coming to exercise his rights Some elderly persons have showed unwavering commitment to the tenets of democracy and its growth in Nigeria, as they came out on Saturday to vote against all odds.
As Nigerians continue to exercise their civic rights by voting in Nigeria’s election, which started yesterday – March 28, 2015, the presidential election promises to be a closely fought race between Nigeria’s incumbent president seeking reelection – Goodluck Jonathan and Nigeria’s former military ruler and fourth-time presidential election contender – Muhammadu Buhari. as both
The All Progressives Congress has warned against any attempt to tamper with the results of the elections that were concluded nationwide on Saturday, saying Nigerians have voted peacefully and massively and they know who they have voted for. In a statement issued in Lagos on Sunday by its National Publicity