Sani Yabagi, the National Chairman of IPAC, said this in a statement he issued on Monday in Abuja.
Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) in Ogun, Tuesday, applauded the judgement of the Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal that upheld the victory of Dapo Abiodun as the duly elected Governor of Ogun.
The National Chairman of IPAC, Yabaji Sani, made this known while briefing newsmen at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The State’s Chairman of the council, Bello Babajo made the appeal at a news conference Thursday in Yola.
The IPAC National Chairman, Sani Yabagi, condemned the calls at a news conference, held after the council’s emergency general meeting Friday in Abuja.
The Yobe State IPAC Chairman, Bala Muhammad, stated this while briefing newsmen Wednesday in Damaturu, Yobe capital city.
Ii gave the advice in a statement by its National Chairman, Yabagi Sani, after its general council meeting in Abuja.
Its Chairman, Olusegun Mobolaji, made IPAC’s position known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
The Lagos state Chairman of IPAC, Mobolaji Olusegun in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, commended INEC as he said alot however needed to be done to achieve a credible election.
Yabagi Sani, IPAC National Chairman, said this on Monday at the end of an emergency general council meeting.
The CNPP, in a statement signed by its Secretary General, Chief Willy Ezugwu, demanded that “the results of both tests be made public as part of efforts towards ending increasing terrorism and medical tourism by elected public officials.”
ACPP under the leadership of Wole Adedoyin made the allegation on Tuesday after the Council recently went to the press with two screaming headlines, “IPAC lampoons Adeleke over alleged plans to influence outcome of governorship poll” and “IPAC tackles PDP over alleged plan to rig Osun Polls.”
IPAC National Chairman, Engineer Yabagi Yusuf Sani made the appeal Tuesday at an interactive session between the body and INEC in Abuja.
Its National Chairman, Yabagi Sani, said this in a statement on the position of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
The National Chairman of IPAC, Yabagi Sani, gave the advice at a news conference he addressed on Monday in Abuja.
The council’s National Chairman, Yabagi Sani, made the plea Saturday in Abuja in his New year message.
In a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Agbo Major, IPAC said such exclusion would amount to “a coup” against Nigerians who desired and deserved credible elections.
Reacting to the broadcast, IPAC Chairman in Lagos State, James Adeshina, told the News Agency of Nigeria that the President sounded like “a caring father,” but called for an end to unnecessary killings by bandits.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission said election would hold in the 20 LGAs and 37 LCDAs in Lagos State.
Retired Justice Ayotunde Phillips, Chairman of Lagos State Independence Electoral Commission (LASIEC) said this in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos.