March 2015


INEC has rejected the request by APC to cancel the Rivers State election result for manipulation reasons given by the party. The chairman of Independent National Electoral Commision(INEC), Prof Jega made it known in Abuja. He claimed this is as a result of the fact that there was no credible evidence gathered that support the accusation by the party. 

Read Mr Jega's statements below;

"Sunday morning, I received a petition from APC demanding for the cancellation & rescheduling of elections"

"I circulated this memo to the Commission. We reviewed it and set up a 3 man Committee to Rivers & returned this morning with their observations"

"There were a number of points as to why the Commission should cancel/reschedule elections:
1)No elections
2)No result sheets
3)Substitution of officials"

"We cannot establish any cancellation or substitution of results and we sent a list of collation officers to the state"

"Officials fail to show up to work for several reasons and it is up to the REC to substitute from the pool of officials they have"

"We do not believe the allegations are substantial enough to require the cancellation/rescheduling of the elections in Rivers"

"The decison of the Commission is that we will take the results of the elections in Rivers state"

"We have taken measures to make sure that reoccurrences do not occur in the future"

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has set up a fact finding mission to probe the allegations by the All Progressives Congress (APC) on the conduct of the Presidential and National Assembly elections in Rivers State.

INEC Secretary, Mrs. Augusta Ogakwu, who announced the inauguration of a three-man panel, named the members as Mrs. Thelma Iremirem – Head and Supervisory National Commissioner for Rivers State, Col. M.K Hammanga – Member, and Professor Lai Olurode – Member

She said that the fact finding mission would help to ascertain the veracity of the claims and allegations and advice the Commission and the Chief Electoral Commissioner/Returning Officer for the Presidential election.

“They have departed for Rivers State and it is expected that they will submit their report before the end of the collation of results of the other states and the FCT.

“Following the consideration of the report, the Commission will make its decision known”, Ogakwu said.

This is Special News received from FNN concerning the new development in Aso Rock base on the ongoing election. 

Read Below :)

News bits filtering in from our Aso Rock correspondent do not bode well for members of staff at the Presidential villa, as the 1st Lady, Dame Patience is said to have thrown a fit at Otuoke after hearing that President Jonathan lost to Buhari at the Aso Rock Polling Unit. She then proceeded to sack every member of the Kitchen staff via phone call.

The Kitchen Staff have since packed their bags and left the villa but they remained defiant and insist they “did the right thing”.

“I voted Buhari because I am tired of being told my cooking is not good enough” said Initimi George, the Chief Cook.

“Everytime you cook something they must complain. President will say Salt is too much. Dame will say Pepper is too small. Everyday.We are tired. We want Change… I have already started learning how to cook Masa and Fura de nono because Sai Buhari will win” said Akpan Effiong, a junior cook at the Presidential Villa.

President Jonathan lost at the Aso Rock PU, scoring 595 votes to Buhari’s 613.

Vote collation is still ongoing across the country. Dame Patience is also expected back in Aso Rock today to fire everyone else who voted against her husband. 

#Joke

This is contained in a petition signed by the party’s Secretary, Alhaji Auwalu Danzabuwa, and made available to newsmen in Kano on Monday.

“The PDP hereby protest the way, manner and procedure adopted by your commission in the conduct of the above exercise.

“The party hereby demand the cancellation of the election in its totality in Kano State,’’ the petition said.

The party said that the number of votes in many of the polling units exceeded the number of accredited voters as captured in the card reader and manual accreditation.

“We hereby put forward the following as examples, Gurjiya Cikin Gari Polling Unit (006), Dagumawa Cikin Gari Polling Unit (007) and Dagumawa Bayan Sakateriya (004).”

The petition also alleged that many voters were deliberately denied the right to vote by APC supporters.

It alleged that the commission in some areas did not provide adequate number of ballot papers needed at the polling units and other voting materials at Dawakin Tofa Local Government.

According to the petition, Dawakin Tofa and Rimin Gado local governments received 40,000 and 15, 000 ballot papers respectively.

It said that the figure was short of the number needed to conduct free and fair election in the areas.

“In addition, a car Renault model belonging to one Alhaji Bilya of Bachirawa Quarters was loaded with APC thump printed ballot papers; the case was reported to Bachirawa Police Division.

“Violent conduct by APC members chased out eligible voters from polling units and stuffing of ballot papers, thump printed by APC agents while INEC officials were made to endorse same under duress”, the petition alleged.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced results of Saturday’s Presidential Election in 10 more states to bring the total number of states to 18 states and the FCT.
The states are Kano, Jigawa, Katsina, Kwara, Kaduna, Anambra, Abia, Akwa Ibom, Plateau and Imo.

The results were announced by the returning officers of the states at the National Collation Centre in Abuja.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that INEC had earlier announced results of Ekiti, Enugu, Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Ondo, Nasarawa and the FCT.

In Kano, the ruling PDP polled 215, 779 votes while the main opposition party, APC, scored 1,903,999 out of a total of 2,128,821 valid votes cast.

According to the results, which were announced by the Collation Officer, Prof. Hamisu Muhammad, the other 12 parties that took part in the election shared the remaining votes.

Hamisu said that a total of 43,626 votes were void in the state.

In Jigawa, the PDP garnered 142,904 votes against APC’s 885,988 out of a total of 1,037,564 valid votes.

The Collation Officer, Prof. James Ayatse, said that a total of 34,325 votes were rejected.

The PDP polled 98,937 out of a total of 1,449,426 votes cast in Katsina while the APC secured 1,345,441 votes.

According to the Collation Officer, Prof. Attahiru Aminu, 32,288 votes were rejected out of the 1,481,714 votes cast in the state.

In Kwara, the PDP scored 132,602 votes while the APC polled 302,146 out of a total of 461,401 votes cast.

The Collation Officer, Prof. Musbau Akanji, said that 21,321 votes were rejected.

In Kaduna State, the PDP secured 484,085 votes as against APC’s 1,127,760 out of a total of 1,650,201 votes cast in the state.

Announcing the result, the Collation Officer, Prof. Ja’afar Kaura, said a total of 928,606 votes were cast in the state out of which 32,719 were void.

However, there were reported cases of cancellation and non-holding of elections in seven local government areas, including Kudan, Igabi, Zangon-Kataf and Kagarko.

The total numbers of voters affected in the seven local governments were 27,482.

Of the total of 688,584 valid votes cast in Anambra, the PDP polled 660,762 while the APC secured 17,926.

The Collation Officer for the state, Prof. Chigozie Asiabaka, gave the number of rejected votes as 14,825 out of a total of 703,409 votes cast.

In Abia, PDP and the APC polled 368,303 and 13,394 votes respectively out of the total of 391,045 valid votes cast in the election.

Prof. Benjamin Chukwuma , the Collation Officer, said that 10,004 votes were rejected out of the 401,049 cast.

NAN also reports that results from Kogi earlier announced by Prof. Michael Adikwu, but put on hold by the INEC Chairman, Prof. Atahiru Jega was accepted when the second batch of results were presented.

NAN recalls that Adikwu’s report failed to capture the number of voters in the two polling units where the election was cancelled.

He, however, announced that the number of voters in the two polling units affected in Dekina local government area were 9,756 and 1,089.

The results from Kogi showed that the PDP secured 149,987 votes as against the APC’s 264,851.

Announcing the results, Prof. Adikwu, said that 421,328 votes were valid out of a total of 439,287 cast with 17,959 votes voided.

The PDP polled 559,185 out of a total of votes 702,964 cast in Imo, while the APC secured 133,253 votes.

According to the Collation Officer, Prof. Ibidapo Obe, 28,957 votes were rejected out of the 731,921 votes cast in the state.

The Election in 54 polling units in four local government areas with a total number of 30,353 registered voters was cancelled owing to irregularities.

In Plateau, the PDP scored 549,615 votes, while the APC polled 429,140 out of a total of 1,000,692 votes cast.

The Collation Officer, Prof. Emmanuel Kucha, said that 1,076,833 votes were rejected.

In Akwa Ibom, the PDP secured 953,304 votes as against APC’s 58,411 out of a total of 1,028,551 votes cast in the state.

Announcing the result, the Collation Officer, Bassey Asuquo, said a total of 1,028,551 votes were cast in the state, adding that none was voided.

The meeting according to Professor Jega is to commence again by 10AM today March 31, 2015 to receive the other available results from more States.

SEE Table Of Result below;


STATES

REG. VOTE

ACCR VOTE

APC

PDP

WINNERS
OYO
2,344,448
1,073,849
528,620
303,376
APC
ENUGU
1,381,563
616,112
14,157
553,030
PDP
OSUN
1,378,113
683,169
383,603
249,929
APC
EKITI
723,255
323,739
120,331
176,466
PDP
KOGI
1,350,883
476,839
264,851
149,987
APC
FCT
886,573
344,056
146,399
157,195
PDP
ONDO
1,501,549
618,040
299,889
251,368
APC
OGUN
1,709,409
594,975
308,290
207,950
APC
KANO
4,943,862
2,364,434
1,903,999
215,779
APC
JIGAWA
1,815,839
1,153,428
885,988
142,904
APC
KASTINA
2,842,741
1,578,646
1,345,441
98,937
APC
KWARA
1,182,032
489,360
302,146
132,602
APC
KADUNA
3,361,793
1,726,031
1,127,760
484,085
APC
ANAMBRA
1,963,427
774,430
17,926
660,762
PDP
NASARAWA
1,222,054
562,959
236,838
273,460
PDP
ABIA
1,349,134
442,538
13,394
368,303
PDP
IMO
1,747,681
801,712
133,253
559,185
PDP
PLATEAU
1,977,211
1,076,833
429,140
549,615
PDP
AKWA IBOM
1,644,481
1,074,070
58,411
953,304
PDP

A DELTA High Court sitting at Ughelli Judicial Division has sentenced one David Tamarakpo Pade to death by hanging and two of his accomplices to a total of 19 years in jail with hard labour for armed robbery and kidnapping.

The convicted kidnappers included a popular native doctor, Moses Omiovwobese, who was sentenced to two years in jail for accessory after the fact. He was discharged and acquitted on the other 4 count charges.

Others are 39 year old Happy Opute, driver to the retired Court of Appeal Jurist, Hon Justice A.P.A. Awala, was found guilty only on the count of conspiracy to commit kidnapping and was slammed with a seven year jail term with hard labour while the 2nd accused person, David Tamarakpo Pade was not that lucky as he was sentenced to death after being found guilty of four out of the five count charge, including that of armed robbery.

They were said to have kidnapped the wife of a retired Judge of the Court of Appeal, Mrs. Roli Awala.

The court found the three accused persons guilty on various counts and placed an initial ransom of N50 million but later reduced it to N25 million before she could be released.

The kidnapped victim, 54 years old Mrs. Roli Awala, was rescued from the shrine of a native doctor after a successful rescue operation by the police.

An Assistant Director from the Delta State Ministry of Justice had told the court that the three accused persons with two others now at large, on or about the 5th day of August, 2009 at Ireden Crescent, GRA Warri within the Warri Judicial Division kidnapped one Mrs. Roli Awala and imprisoned her for six days before she was rescued.

He also told the court that they robbed the victim, her husband and daughter of their GSM handsets including their Honda salon car while armed with a gun.

This count, however failed as the court discharged them on the count of demanding property with menace.

Super Eagles caretaker coach, Daniel Amokachi, has heap praises on Ahmed Musa after the player’s goal earned the Super Eagles a 1-1 draw with South Africa on Sunday.

Amokachi had Musa to thank for the draw after the attacker’s stunning goal gave Nigeria an 85th-minute lead before Bongani Zungu levelled the game in 94th minute.

“[Musa] is a good player, we all know what an experienced player he is and what a world class player he is, and you could see the difference [he made] in the goal he scored,” said Amokachi.

“It’s also reminiscent of the goal he scored against Argentina at the World Cup.

“He’s brilliant at getting the ball and turning at the edge of the 18-yard area, and swinging it into the corner.”

Bafana’s dominance on the day was not wholly unexpected for Amokachi after he fielded a relatively inexperienced side.

“We had about 90 percent of our players who are collecting their first, second or third cap,” he said.

“The most important thing was for us to see whether they were built well enough, and experienced enough to take our football to the next level.”

Amokachi drew both positives and negatives from the performance, but was particularly disappointed with how injuries affect their rhythm.

“There are a lot of loopholes in football, definitely you will see a lot of good stuff and bad stuff,” he said.

“There were some injuries that crept in and that forced to make all six substitutions when we otherwise wouldn’t have to.

“When you do that in such an intense game, that’s what causes the loopholes, and it affected us defensively, I think we went to sleep when we shouldn’t have.”

Super Falcons Head Coach, Edwin Okon, says fitness will decide the players that will feature against Mali.

The African champions will host the West African opponents in an All Africa Games qualifying match on April 08 in Abuja.

First fixture clash in Bamako, Mali ended 1-1 as the overall winner will qualify for the football event of the AAG in Congo Brazzaville.

Okon said his side stands a good chance to qualify for the multi-sport championship ahead of the West African challengers, Mali.

“Fitness of players will decides who gets the opportunity to feature against Mali in the reverse fixture in Abuja and that includes Onome Ebi who didn’t get the chance to play in Bamako, Mali.

“Nobody will be given automatic shirt on sentiment but strictly on fitness and form in training.

“We want to win and qualify for the All Africa Games in Congo Brazzaville and will feature the best legs in the clash.

“Of course, we’ve big chance to win the reverse fixture in Abuja especially as we now understand the pattern and style of Malians than we did in the first fixture in Bamako.

“We’ll beat them hands down when both sides take to the pitch to decide who pick the ticket for Congo Brazzaville,” said the former Falconets head coach said.

Falcons resumed camp on Monday after the elections break and will start training in earnest on Tuesday for the make or mar clash against Mali.


Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Saturday’s election, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, is coasting home to victory in all the local government areas of Cross River State according to Punch report.

Results of 15 out of the 18 LGAs released as of 4.30pm on Monday at the state collating centre for presidential election at the headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Calabar showed that Jonathan pulled a total of 326, 110 votes, while his closest rival and candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Maj.-Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd) secured 19, 774 votes.

A breakdown by local government showed that Jonathan led by a wide margin in all the areas released. A total of 352, 144 valid votes were recorded at the end of the exercise.

The results are listed as follows: Abi LGA, PDP 19, 756, APC 1, 001; Akamkpa (PDP 26, 775, APC 1, 177); Akpabuyo (PDP 10, 328, APC 895); Bakassi (PDP 1, 403, APC 54); Calabar Municipal (PDP 28, 091, APC 2, 018); Calabar South (PDP 26, 669, APC 1, 939) and Etung (PDP 27, 697, APC 317)
Others are Ikom (PDP 28, 765, APC 1, 348); Obanliku (PDP 14, 118, APC 2, 120); Obubra (PDP 26, 850, APC 2, 472); Odukpani (PDP 13, 549, APC 1, 429); Ogoja (PDP 25, 896, APC 1, 353); and Yala (PDP 28, 077, APC 1, 526).

As of the time of filing this report, results for Biase, Boki and Yakurr LGAs were still being awaited.
The Vice-Chancellor of University of Uyo, Prof. Comfort Ekpo, who is the state Collating Officer for presidential election, had not formally announced the result because it had yet to be completed.

Source: Punch


Samuel Ajayi, a disgruntled fan of Afro pop sensation Wizkid took to his Instagram page to blast the artiste for allegedly destroying his expensive iPhone. According to Ajayi, all he wanted to do was to take a photo of Wizkid smoking a joint at the Dubai club where they were all having fun and cooling off, when the artiste turned violent, attacked him and then smashed his phone into pieces.

Fan's Tweet and phone image below;



In addition to this, Wizkid allegedly also broke a window in the Dubai Night club, in his rage, forcing Dubai police to shut down the club temporarily, ruining the fun for the night crawlers present at the party.


Wizkid who has been in Dubai since Thursday the 26th of March, to headline the Dubai edition of Industry night, is yet to come out to address the allegations.


The Independent National Electoral Commission has said that despite the extension of Saturday’s elections till Sunday in some parts of the country, the results of the presidential poll will be declared on Monday(today).

INEC Chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega, gave the assurance   as some of results from wards, local government areas and states continued to emerge on Sunday.

For instance, results from Osun and Ogun states showed the All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, Maj.Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, defeating President Goodluck Jonathan.

But in Ekiti State, Jonathan had an easy ride as he beat the APC candidate.

Jega, who gave journalists an update on


An INEC officer in Taraba State has been arrested for allegedly collecting N20 million bribe from a politician.

According to Vanguard, INEC resident commissioner in Taraba State, Alhaji Ahmed Makama confirmed the news.

Reports state that the electoral officer who was arrested was presiding over the elections in the Ibbi local government area of the state on Saturday.

Angry youths are said to have attacked the suspect, after

The Executive Director of Contact Project, Jennifer Lynne, believes that presidential and National Assembly elections in Rivers State were indeed compromised.

Ms Lynne, an international observer monitoring the Nigerian presidential and National Assembly elections in Rivers State, was speaking on Channels Television via the telephone on Sunday night.

She said that over the course of Saturday, she, along with the multinational civil society observation team had the opportunity to move across Port Harcourt, the state capital and observe several of the polling units.

She disclosed that at the end of the exercise the team witnessed the difficulty of the availability and security of result sheets.

She also raised questions concerning what she called compromised election materials, as well as the dysfunction of card readers as widely reported.

Responding to a question about the magnitude of the irregularities recorded and if they were enough to invalidate the election, Ms Lynne said, “This will be a question of the INEC being able to hear these complaints and make decisions upon the validity based on the reports they are getting.

“At the press conference that was held today, there were additional international reporters and observers present who would confirm violence and election tampering.

“So I will leave it to the INEC to take seriously the concerns that have been raised.”

Controversies have trailed the Saturday election in the state, with Governor Rotimi Amaechi raising an alarm that elections did not hold in several Local Government Areas owing to the unavailability of result sheets at polling units, which he said was a deliberate act by the Peoples Democratic Party with the connivance of officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

The view was also shared by the All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship Candidate in the state, Dakuku Peterside, who had earlier in the day led a peaceful protest demanding that INEC schedules a proper election in the state.

Ms Lynne also threw her weight behind the citizens’ refusal of the exercise. She stated that the protests held on Sunday across the streets of Port Harcourt were justified.

“Some of our international community members have reported ballot boxes that were broken. We have seen violence and intimidation recorded as well at some polling areas,” she said, adding that her team had also made attempts to report their findings at the INEC headquarters but were refused entrance into the facility.

She, however, promised that her team as well as other international organisations monitoring the elections would ensure that they submit their reports to INEC as soon as possible to help the commission in making a timely decision.

The PDP Governorship Candidate in Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has debunked APC’s allegations that there were no elections in Rivers State, including the observations recorded by Ms Lynne and other international election observers.

Watch Video Below;



Source: Channelstv



MARCH 31 UPDATES

35 STATES AND FCT RESULT AS IT'S BEEN GIVEN SO FAR BY INEC, THE ONLY RESULT TO BE RELEASED WILL BE BORNO STATE WHEN INEC GATHER AGAIN BY 8PM ACCORDING TO PROF JEGA.


STATES

REG. VOTE

ACCR VOTE

APC

PDP

WINNERS
OYO
2,344,448
1,073,849
528,620
303,376
APC
ENUGU
1,381,563
616,112
14,157
553,030
PDP
OSUN
1,378,113
683,169
383,603
249,929
APC
EKITI
723,255
323,739
120,331
176,466
PDP
KOGI
1,350,883
476,839
264,851
149,987
APC
FCT
886,573
344,056
146,399
157,195
PDP
ONDO
1,501,549
618,040
299,889
251,368
APC
OGUN
1,709,409
594,975
308,290
207,950
APC
KANO
4,943,862
2,364,434
1,903,999
215,779
APC
JIGAWA
1,815,839
1,153,428
885,988
142,904
APC
KASTINA
2,842,741
1,578,646
1,345,441
98,937
APC
KWARA
1,182,032
489,360
302,146
132,602
APC
KADUNA
3,361,793
1,726,031
1,127,760
484,085
APC
ANAMBRA
1,963,427
774,430
17,926
660,762
PDP
NASARAWA
1,222,054
562,959
236,838
273,460
PDP
ABIA
1,349,134
442,538
13,394
368,303
PDP
IMO
1,747,681
801,712
133,253
559,185
PDP
PLATEAU
1,977,211
1,076,833
429,140
549,615
PDP
AKWA IBOM
1,644,481
1,074,070
58,411
953,304
PDP
EBONYI
1,071,226
425,301
19,518
323,653
PDP
NIGER
1,995,679
93,607
657,678
149,222
APC
LAGOS
5,827,846
1,678,754
792,460
632,327
APC
BAYELSA
605,637
384,789
5,194
361,209
PDP
GOMBE
1,110,105
515,828
361,245
96,873
APC
CROSS RIVER
1,144,288
500,577
28,368
414,863
PDP
RIVERS
2,324,300
1,643,409
69,238
1,487,075
PDP
ADAMAWA
1,518,123
709,993
374,701
251,664
APC
ZANFARA
1,484,941
875,049
612,202
144,833
APC
KEBBI
1,457,763
792,817
567,883
100,972
APC
BENUE
1,893,596
754,634
373,961
303,737
APC
BAUCHI
2,053,484
1,094,069
931,598
86,085
APC
YOBE
1,077,942
520,127
446,265
25,526
APC
TARABA
1,374,307
638,578
261,326
310,800
PDP
EDO
1,650,522
599,166
208,469
286,869
PDP
SOKOTO
1,663,127
988,899
671,926
152,199
APC
DELTA
2,044,372
1,350,914
48,910
1,211,405
APC
BORNO


473,543
25,640
APC


TOTAL
15,424,921
12,853,189









Difference
2,571,732



































APC leads with margin of 2,571,732

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Finally, Mr Godsday Orubebe has been silenced and exercise has commenced... 


BREAKING NEWS: One of the PDP representative, Mr Godsday Orubebe is obstructing operation in International Conference Center in Abuja at this moment saying they have protested some States results and INEC is yet to act on their request and as a result of this, he won't allow the Mr Jega to speak neither commence the meeting(collation of election result).

The meeting


MARCH 30 UPDATES


Professor Jega has called it a day and schedule for the continuity by 10AM tomorrow March 31, 2015 as we receive the remaining officers from other States.





RESULTS OF 19 AVAILABLE STATES BELOW AS IT WAS ANNOUNCED BY INEC REPORTING OFFICERS


STATES

REG. VOTE

ACCR VOTE

APC

PDP

WINNERS
OYO
2,344,448
1,073,849
528,620
303,376
APC
ENUGU
1,381,563
616,112
14,157
553,030
PDP
OSUN
1,378,113
683,169
383,603
249,929
APC
EKITI
723,255
323,739
120,331
176,466
PDP
KOGI
1,350,883
476,839
264,851
149,987
APC
FCT
886,573
344,056
146,399
157,195
PDP
ONDO
1,501,549
618,040
299,889
251,368
APC
OGUN
1,709,409
594,975
308,290
207,950
APC
KANO
4,943,862
2,364,434
1,903,999
215,779
APC
JIGAWA
1,815,839
1,153,428
885,988
142,904
APC
KASTINA
2,842,741
1,578,646
1,345,441
98,937
APC
KWARA
1,182,032
489,360
302,146
132,602
APC
KADUNA
3,361,793
1,726,031
1,127,760
484,085
APC
ANAMBRA
1,963,427
774,430
17,926
660,762
PDP
NASARAWA
1,222,054
562,959
236,838
273,460
PDP
ABIA
1,349,134
442,538
13,394
368,303
PDP
IMO
1,747,681
801,712
133,253
559,185
PDP
PLATEAU
1,977,211
1,076,833
429,140
549,615
PDP
AKWA IBOM
1,644,481
1,074,070
58,411
953,304
PDP

























APC is currently leading base on the above data's by 2,032,199 votes


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