According to the EU in a statement on its final report on the polls, the lack of transparency had huge impact on Nigerians
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The Eagle Online recalls the Independent National Electoral Commission had earlier fixed November 11, 2023 for the polls
It ruled that the emergence of the candidates was not in compliance with the provisions of the 2022 Electoral Act
Nigeria is not stuck in the unknown on the impact of technology, as it has infiltrated various sectors of the country.
The Returning Officer of the INEC for the poll in the state, Professor Yusuf Saidu, made the declaration on Sunday.
Festus Okoye, National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee, revealed this.
Lawan made this known in a short remark on Tuesday during plenary, following a matter of national importance brought to the floor by Senator Yahaya Abdullahi (APC, Kebbi North).
The Executive Director of the organization, Tumininu Adedeji, made the call at the post-election joint media briefing with the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps(NSCDC), Ekiti Command, Monday in Ado-Ekiti, the State’s capital.
However, Tinubu and Obi and their parties can substitute them if the conditions stated above are met by the “placeholders”
The Senate President made this known on Tuesday in an address delivered to welcome members of the upper chamber back from the break.
Jonathan gave the recommendation at the public presentation of a book titled “Political Party Governance” by former Minister of State Power, Dr Mohammed Wakil, Thursday in Abuja.
This was confirmed again in a statement by its National Organizing Secretary, Hon. Umar M. Bature, on Friday.
Justice Musa Dattijo led the seven-member panel of the Justices of the apex court on Thursday that allowed the joinder.
The net effect is that many politicians, veterans of election petition cases, have also become bathroom lawyers.
The House amended the clause after considering a Bill sponsored by the Chairman, House Committee on Rules and Business, Rep. Abubakar Fulata, at plenary on Wednesday in Abuja.
The announcement was contained in a statement signed by the House Clerk, Dr. Yahaya Danzaria Esq, revealing the reconvene was to conduct an emergency plenary session.
Senate spokesman and Chairman, Committee on Public Affairs, Dr. Ajibola Basiru, made the remarks when he reacted to a statement credited to Ningi that the 9th Assembly had been too soft on both national issues and President Muhammadu Buhari on some alleged “wrong doings” that he said were “detrimental to good governance.”
Following this, the Commission enjoined any political party whose candidate is missing from the list to notify it through a letter duly signed by its Chairman and Secretary, respectively.
The Commission enjoined any political party whose candidate is missing from the list to notify it through a letter duly signed by the Chairman and Secretary, respectively.
Justice Anyadike’s nullification thereby empowers the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), to delete the section from the Act.