KOWA Party and Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party on Friday said they would challenge the Independent National Electoral Commission in a court of law for de-registering them.
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Mark Adebayo, the National Chairman of the party, announced this in a statement on Monday in Abuja.
Dr Sina Fagbenro-Byron, the presidential candidate of KOWA Party on Saturday, urged Nigerians, especially his supporters, not to be discouraged by the postponement of the elections.
The presidential candidate of KOWA Party, Sina Fagbenro-Byron, has vowed to “set up an Independent Body of Investigators with specific powers to reopen the alleged missing $16 billion meant for electricity projects during the government of former president Olusegun Obasanjo and all reports of corruption in the electricity sector and to ensure effective prosecution of corruption allegations in the sector if voted into power.”
Fagbenro-Byron said this at a news conference in Lagos to announce his campaign and political agenda.
Abhulimen Marvins, Public Relations Officer, KOWA Party, Lagos, denied being a member of the coalition backing Sanwo-Olu’s candidacy.
Musa who is the only female candidate to emerge so far as governorship candidate in Adamawa, was endorsed through affirmation by delegates of the party to fly its flag in 2019.
Fagbenro-Byron was elected through a multi-channel voting system of party members across the 28 states in a direct primary witnessed by the officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission during the party’s national convention in Abuja on Saturday.
Dr Abimbola Oyedokun, Chairman, KOWA Lagos told the News Agency of Nigeria during the party’s primaries in Lagos, that online voting was adopted to promote direct primaries.
The 2015 Presidential candidate of the KOWA Party, Prof. Oluremi Sonaiya, on Thursday urged women not to be scared of taking up political positions by 2019.
Lawal told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja that he submitted his resignation letter to the National Working Committee of the party on Tuesday.
He emerged as the candidate of the party unopposed at the primary of KOWA party held in Osogbo, the state capital, after the postponement of the congress of the party due to suspected discrepancies in the list of the contestants for positions in the State Working Committee of the party.
The National Secretary of KOWA, Mark Adebayo, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that affirmative action was imperative and strong in the party and that it would not be compromised.
Fajuyitan, who was unopposed, emerged the party Chairman at the state congress of the party held at Light Chapel Event Centre, Ilupeju, Lagos.
Jude Feranmi, the National Youth Leader of the party, said this at a news conference on Friday in Ogba, a suburb of Lagos
Joined in the suit filed by Sambo Muritala on Wednesday were KWASIEC and the State Governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed
At a news conference in Lagos, Sonaiya said that her administration would ensure that all sections of the population would enjoy dividends of democracy