Instead of splitting hairs over INEC’s ban – which will happen over and over again – we must address startling inadequacies in the electoral law which permitted the travesty, in the first place
Browsing: Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party has denounced the latest guideline for journalists covering the National Assembly saying it is an attempt by the legislators to silence the media.
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party on Saturday flayed the latest scheming by some political office holders to institute a pension scheme for themselves after leaving office.
I think Nigeria has officially instituted deception, lies, stealing, fraud and corruption as official governance models. Time shall tell where this all ends
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party on Monday described the National Assembly’s rescheduled resumption of plenary to October 9, as insensitive to pressing national issues.
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party has slashed fee for Expression of Interest and nomination forms by 50 per cent, and also extended deadline for its sale by two days.
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party says national security and national interest must always be part of rule of law for Nigeria’s democracy to be meaningful.
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party on Tuesday commended Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, for terminating the appointment of the Director General, Department of State Service, Lawal Daura, with immediate effect.
National Publicity Secretary of the party, Sesugh Akume, in a statement in Abuja, said that what the world witnessed in Saturday’s governorship election in Ekiti was a brazen ‘cash-for-votes’ exercise.
Sesugh Akume, the National Publicity Secretary of the party, gave the advice in a statement in Abuja on Friday.
Chairman of the party in the State, Bilal Adamu disclosed this at a Town Hall meeting on Saturday in Kaduna.
In a statement by its national spokesperson, Sesugh Akume, on Wednesday in Abuja, the party said it was adopting the option as part of its ethos of honesty, fairness, openness and transparency disposition.