The President of the Association, who is also the Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Kehinde Bamigbetan, made the call on Wednesday at the opening of the third Africa Political Summit taking place in Nairobi, Kenya.
Besides plans to unleash violence, the TMG said its investigations have revealed that politicians have embarked on the distribution of money, food items and gifts in 12 Local Government Areas of the state, with the aim of inducing the…
The Chairman, Board of Trustees, Catholic Action, Peter Agbontaen, made the call at a dinner held at the Knight of St. John International Temple, Our Lady Queen of Nigeria Pro-Cathedral, on Saturday in Abuja.
Edgal made the promise on Tuesday, during his meeting with Area Commanders, Divisional Police Officers and Heads of Departments at the Command’s Headquarters, Ikeja.
Abayomi Shogunle, the Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of Public Complaints Rapid Response Unit, gave the warning in Osogbo on Tuesday.
The NBA president, bubakar Mahmoud (SAN), gave this warning at the N100 million endowment fund, organised by the association in support of access to justice for the North-east region.
Idris spoke at a one-day retreat on: “Electoral Logistics in Preparation for the 2019 General Elections’’ organised by the Independent National Electoral Commission in Lagos on Thursday.
The monarch therefore warned politicians against igniting fresh crisis that could deepen the unfortunate tension, which recently engulfed Amassoma, a host community to the Niger Delta University in Wilberforce Island.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, gave the admonition at a press briefing in Lagos on Sunday.
The NANS National Public Relations Officer, Bestman Okereafor, made the appeal in a statement in Enugu on Thursday.
Jega said this at an election programme, Watching the Vote Series with the theme: “Is Nigeria’s Democracy Under Threat?, organised by Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth & Advancement in Abuja.
He said if anybody had done anything that was against the law or Constitution, the person should be called to account.
The Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman Abba, said this shortly before he held a closed door MEETING with Zonal Assistant Inspectors-General of Police and Command Commissioners of Police at the Force Headquarters
A statement issued by the Force spokesman, Emmanuel Ojukwu, on Friday said Abba gave the assurance after he reviewed strategies adopted to ensure crime-free Christmas and New Year celebrations
“Our highly revered royal father, we equally appeal to you to urge our politicians to focus on issues rather than personalities, eschew violence, acrimony, and conduct themselves peacefully as the 2015 election approaches in our country,”…
The cleric, who made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, called on the people of the state to pray for the smooth conduct of the polls