Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Asari Dokubo On Twitter, ''This Is An Outrage''

Asari Dokubo
Asari Dokubo On Twitter, ''This Is An Outrage'' 

President Jonathan Congratulates Buhari

President Goodluck Jonathan has called his major challenger and the likely-winner of the 2015 presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, APC to congratulate him.

According to a source, the president spoke with Muhammadu Buhari on the phone and will address the country after rounding off his meeting with his cabinet.

Photos of Buhari receiving call from President Jonathan on his victory in the elections

 Muhammadu Buhari receiving a call from President Goodluck Jonathan congratulating him on his victory in the elections. ‪#‎Change‬ ‪#‎GMB15‬

See more photos after the cut...

Presidential election results in Delta State - PDP wins

Presidential election results in Delta State - PDP wins




Presidential election results in Sokoto State - APC wins




Buhari Wins Presidential Election

The Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Muhammadu Buhari, is on the verge of being declared winner of the presidential election held last Saturday throughout Nigeria.

It was the fourth time Buhari would contest to govern Nigeria. He had failed three times, but his efforts are being crowned at the fourth attempt, 30 years after he was toppled in a military coup in August 1985.

#NigeriaDecides: Fayose praises Buhari, urges Nigerians to accept election results

The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has urged Nigerians to accept the outcome of Saturday’s presidential election in good faith, saying; “the election result is the will of God and Nigerians, and all lovers of peace, progress and development of Nigeria must accept it”.

Mr. Fayose, in a statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, hailed the resilience and commitment of President Goodluck Jonathan and Mohammadu Buhari.

Presidential election results in Taraba State - PDP wins

Presidential election results in Taraba State - APC wins




Presidential election results in Edo State - PDP wins



2015 election results so far - 31 states declared - APC leading

31 states declared so far and APC is still leading with 2,894,494 votes. 

Only 5 states remaining - Sokoto, Taraba, Borno, Edo and Delta. 

The commission took a 10mins recess.

PDP spokesperson, Olisa Metuh speaks on Orubebe's outburst at collation center

What he told Chanels TV below...
"In a democratic process, we must follow democratic channels. Yesterday we questioned the opposition party about certain things they had done to challenge states. We expect our members to follow the same process as well. This party has a tradition of decency and will follow democratic channels to lay complaints.

Ours is to protest and make our voices heard through recognized channels and wait for democratic process to be followed. We directed our members that everyone should conduct himself within democratic norms and principles. That is all we have to say about that." he said

Video of Orubebe disrupting proceedings at INEC collation centre

Former minister, Godsday Orubebe came forth and disrupted the collation of the results for the presidential elections as it was about to start for the day. He accused INEC chairman Prof. Attahiru Jega of favoring the APC.

Orubebe is a member of the PDP.

See the video after the cut...

Presidential election : APC Leading with 2,770,470

Presidential election : Total Results so far APC Leading with 2,770,470



Leading with =2,770,470

Presidential election results in Yobe State - APC wins

APC : 446,265


Presidential election results in Bauchi - APC wins




Presidential election results in ‪Benue - APC wins




APC Government Will Open New Page For Nigeria – Saraki

The chairman Senate committee on Environment and Ecology, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has assured Nigerians that the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led federal government will open a new page for the country where all governments affairs will follow due process.

Saraki who was reacting to the total victory recorded by APC in the presidential and National Assembly elections in Kwara state, expressed optimism that going by the reports reaching him from across the country, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari would emerge victorious in the presidential election.

Buhari Emerges President-Elect

Later today, the INEC chairman will announce the emergence of the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Gen Muhammadu Buhari, as president-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Results of the presidential polls indicated that the APC candidate won in the two largest zones – North West and South West. Buhari also enjoyed wider popularity than his archival President Goodluck Jonathan, candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), in the North East zone.

Presidential election results in ‪Kebbi‬ - APC wins



Presidential election results in Zamfara - APC wins




Presidential election results in ‪Adamawa - APC wins

Presidential election results in ‪Rivers‬ - PDP wins

APC : 374,801   PDP : 251,664

APC-10,454,137, PDP-9,954,423 ...APC Leading with 499,714

APC-10,454,137    PDP-9,954,423 ...APC Leading with 499,714 #ajetunblog

Presidential election results in ‪Rivers‬ - PDP wins

Presidential election results in ‪Rivers‬ - PDP wins

APC : 69,538  PDP : 1,487,075

Presidential election results in ‪Rivers‬ - Elections held

Presidential election results in ‪Rivers‬ - Elections held

-Elections held.
-No cancellation or substitutions of results have been established
-There was a list of collation officers

Presidential election results in Cross River state - PDP wins

Presidential election results in Cross River state - PDP wins

APC :  28.368  PDP : 414,863

Presidential election results in Gombe state - APC wins

Presidential election results in Gombe state - APC wins

APC : 361,245  PDP : 96,881

Presidential election results in Bayelsa state - PDP wins

Presidential election results in Bayelsa state - PDP wins

APC : 5,194  PDP : 361,209

Presidential election results in Lagos state - APC wins

Presidential election results in Lagos state - APC wins

APC : 792,460 PDP : 632,327

Presidential election results in Niger state - APC wins

Presidential election results in Niger state - APC wins

APC : 657,678 PDP : 149,222

Presidential election results in Ebonyi state - PDP wins

Presidential election results in Ebonyi state - PDP wins

APC : 19,518 PDP : 323,653

I don't shake hands with women- RSUST Best graduating student says

RSUST Best graduating student
Falola Ajumobi, who was adjudged the Best Graduating student at the recently held 27th convocation ceremony of the Rivers state University of Science and Technology, RSUST, says one of the things he had to do to achieve his academic feat was to distance himself from women. 

Falola, who graduated as a Petroleum Engineer with a CGPA of 4.82 says he was also very religious while on campus
"There is no way students of the opposite sex would not have passed glances at me. But I am a very religious person; I don’t shake hands with ladies and right from time, they know me for that. So, the only thing is that we greet from a distance. That does not mean that we do not crack jokes because that has made them to know me" he told Punch

Nasir El-Rufai is making alot of rigging allegations against the PDP

 Nasir El-Rufai is making alot of rigging allegations against the PDP..

See more after the cut..

Jega's Announcement Of 2015 Presidential Election Results: Part 4 At 10am

INEC Chairman, Professor Jega continues with the announcement of the 2015 Presidential election results by 10am today.

Tune to Channels TV, NTA, or your favorite TV/radio station to watch the continuation of Jega's announcement of the 2015 election results.

APC is leading with 8,520,436 votes while PDP has 6,488,210 votes from the results announced so far.

With 95% Polling Units Collated, SaharaReporters Projects Buhari As President-Elect

SaharaReporters is confidently projecting Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as the winner of last weekend’s presidential election based on collated poll results from 95 percent of Nigeria’s polling units. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will resume the official release of the poll figures at 10 a.m. Nigerian time today, with Mr. Buhari all but certain to be declared the president-elect.

Last night, INEC suspended the official release of the state-by-state vote counts for the keenly contested presidential election. However, with only five percent of votes remaining to be added up, our figures indicate that Mr. Buhari is leading incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan by more than two million votes. In addition, the APC candidate has secured at least twenty-five percent of votes cast in two-thirds of Nigeria’s 36 states. Mr. Buhari has so far won 14,855,820 million votes, with Mr. Jonathan trailing him with 12,107,628 million.

Post-Election : "I See Death Of 'Great' Politician In Nigeria" - TB Joshua

Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua has warned of the death of a prominent politician due to ‘heated up’ politics in the wake of the closely fought Nigerian elections.

“I am seeing Nigerians heating up politics,” the cleric told his congregation at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) on Sunday 29th March 2015.

We’ll resist rigging, says Jonathan

The Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation has said it will resist rigging of the presidential election.

Its Presidential candidate, President Goodluck Jonathan, is currently facing stiff opposition from the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari(retd.) for the coveted position.

APC rejects results of presidential poll in Bayelsa

The All Progressives Congress, Bayelsa State chapter, has rejected the declared results of the last Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections in the state.

The party alleged on Monday that the results were filled with widespread irregularities.

Buhari calls for Fani-Kayode’s arrest

The Buhari Support Organisations has called for the arrest of Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode, the Director, Media, Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, for announcing unofficial results.

The Director, Media and Information of the BSO, Dr. Chidia Maduekwe, made the call on Monday in Abuja at a news conference.

APC Will Displace PDP - TB Joshua

TB Joshua 
Pastor TB Joshua said the new party APC will knock out PDP if they are able to unite and work against those sent in by PDP 

APC Has 61 Senators, PDP 48 Senators


Bukola Saraki favored to be next Senate President...

South West APC-13 Senators PDP -5 (Kashamu in Ogun, 1 in Ondo, 3 in Ekiti)

South East-PDP has all 15 senators as APGA lost in anambra and abia

South South- PDP 17 APC -1(edo north)

North Central-APC 13 PDP-5

North East-APC 14, PDP-4

North West-APC-20,PDP-1


Total APC 61, PDP-48

APC forms the majority in the upper chamber,

Military aids electoral fraud – Okorocha

The Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has frowned on the way the Peoples Democratic Party “rigged” the elections of Saturday and has therefore called for the outright cancellation of the results in six local government areas of the state.

He also said that the election in the state was full of combined conspiracy with military intervention.

INEC’s Results Confirm Buhari’s March To Aso Villa

The imminence of a change of baton at the presidency, yesterday, dawned on President Goodluck Jonathan and his associates, forcing them to meet repeatedly and discuss the likelihood of losing their coveted offices.

The scripting of the statement of change was also confirmed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as it commenced the release of the results from the states.

APC loses six reps seats in Lagos

The All Progressives Congress has lost five House of Representatives seats to the Peoples Democratic Party and a seat to the Accord Party in Lagos.

Investigations by our correspondent showed that most of the reps lost in Igbo- dominated local government areas.

Sources in the APC said the love the people of the South-East have for President Goodluck Jonathan positively affected the PDP candidates, some of whom had not even been rigorously campaigning.

David Mark, Ekweremadu return to Senate

David Mark
Senate President, David Mark; his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu and the Senate Minority Leader, George Akume, have been re-elected into the upper chamber, just as high ranking senators like Smart Adeyemi, Abdul Ningi and Chris Ngige lost their bid to return.

Ngige lost to Uche Ekwunife in Anambra Central; Smart Adeyemi lost to Dino Melaye in Kogi West while Ningi, the Deputy Senate Majority Leader, lost also to the All Peoples Congress candidate in Bauchi Central.

Presidential Result In Lagos : Buhari Wins

Presidential Result In Lagos: Buhari Wins - Premium Times

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Muhammadu Buhari, polled 792,460 votes to emerge the winner in a closely contested race against President Goodluck Jonathan in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital.

Mr. Jonathan, who is contesting under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, polled 632,327.

Out of the 20 local government areas in Lagos State, the APC won 15 while PDP won five.
Akin Orebiyi, the state Resident Electoral Commissioner, urged any aggrieved party to approach the Election Petitions Tribunal which he said would be constituted soon.

INEC Announces Official Final Results for Akwa Ibom State

The Independent National Election Commission (INEC) announced its official results of the presidential elections in Akwa Ibom State.

President Goodluck Jonathan wins by a sizable margin.

APC = 58,411

PDP= 953,304;

Governor Amaechi Declares Curfew In Rivers State

The Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi, has declared dusk-to-dawn curfew on Port Harcourt, the state capital, hours after the Independent National Electoral Commission announced the result of the presidential and National Assembly elections in the state.

In a terse statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, George Feyi, the governor said the curfew will hold from 7p.m. to 6a.m.

See The Remaining States That Will Decide The Winner Of The Presidential Election

APC WINNING WITH 2,032,226 Margin.



NORTH EAST: Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, Yobe

NORTH WEST: Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara


SOUTH-SOUTH: Bayelsa, Crossriver, Delta, Edo, Rivers


GtBank Struggles Under Huge Debt Portfolio

Banking without bankruptcy is like Christianity without hell. This incontestable truth becomes clearer to Segun Agbaje, MD/CEO Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank), by the minute.

The GTBank MD has finally burned through his euphoric spells of fantasy to chance on cold, brutal reality; GTBank is in trouble. The bank severally touted to be doing very well is actually in dire straits. Consequently, this has put the bank MD in a bind; for the first time in his life, Agbaje has seen through the grand illusions driving his bank to bankruptcy - he has finally gotten to understand that bankruptcy is a sacred state, a condition beyond conditions, as theologians might say, and attempts to investigate it are necessarily cumbersome and tiring, like spiritualism.

Presidential Election Results - Buhari Leads

The presidential election results for 18 states plus the FCT has so far been announced. The APC has 10 states, while PDP has 8 states + the FCT.


Ekiti: APC – 120, 331; PDP – 176, 466…

Ogun: 308, 290; PDP 207, 950…

Enugu: APC – 14, 157; PDP 553, 003…

Monday, March 30, 2015

Kylie Jenner shows off bikini body on instagram

Kylie Jenner 
Kylie Jenner shows off bikini body on instagram

US, UK Govt release joint statement. Say there are signs of political interference in collation of results

buhari and gej
The US and UK government have released a joint statement appraising last Saturday's general elections. 

According to the statement posted on UK's Foreign affairs website HERE, both government said the elections have largely been peaceful but that there are disturbing indications of political interference in the collation of results. 

The statement below... 
Our governments welcome the largely peaceful vote on 28 March. The Nigerian people have shown a commendable determination to register their vote and choose their leaders. So far, we have seen no evidence of systemic manipulation of the process. But there are disturbing indications that the collation process - where the votes are finally counted - may be subject to deliberate political interference.

Presidential election results; PDP in early lead

INEC has announced results for 8 states and the FCT, Abuja - (total 9) PDP is leading with 2,332,734 votes while APC has 2,302,978 votes.

APC won five states and PDP four states. 

The commission has reconvened till 8pm tonight to allow sufficient time for other states to bring in their results. 

APC Rejects Outcome Of Presidential, NASS Elections In Akwa Ibom

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Akwa Ibom on Monday staged a peaceful protest against the alleged irregularities in last Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections.

Leading the party faithful in the protest, the APC governorship candidate in Akwa Ibom, Mr Umana Okon Umana, called for the cancellation of the poll, describing it as a farce.

Stella Oduah, Dino Melaye win senatorial elections

Former House of Reps member, Dino Melaye has won the Kogi West Senatorial election in Kogi state. An elated Dino took to twitter to share the news of his victory.

Also, former minister of Aviation, Mrs Stella Oduah won the Anambra North Senatorial election. She defeated her major opponent, Chief Dubem Obaze of APGA.

Obanikoro congratulates Jonathan ahead of his 'expectant victory'

Obanikoro congratulates Jonathan ahead of his 'expectant victory'....

Presidential election results in Ekiti state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof. Adeniyi Daramola, VC of FUT, Akure , the Returning Officer for Ekiti state.
AA - 94 votes
ACPN - 538
AD - 754
ADC- 424
APA - 482
APC - 120, 331
CPP - 330
HDP- 94
KOWA - 108
NCP - 377
PDP - 176, 466 (wins)
PPN - 388
UPD - 60
UPP - 145
Total votes cast: 309, 445

Presidential election results for Ogun state - APC wins

As announced by Prof. Duro Oni, Dep. VC of UNILAG, who is the Returning Officer for Ogun state
ACPN - 3072
AD - 1927
ADC - 1364
APA - 1930
APC - 308, 290 (APC wins)
CPP- 978
HOPE - 332
KOWA - 432
NCP - 815
PDP - 207, 950
PPN - 4339
UDP - 562
UPP - 597
Total valid votes - 533, 172
Rejected votes - 26, 441
Total votes cast - 559 - 613

Presidential election results for Enugu state - PDP Wins

As announced by the VC of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Prof. Hilary Edoga who is Returning Officer for Enugu state..
AA - 441
ACPN - 479
AD - 269
ADC - 478
APA - 715
APC - 14, 157
CPP - 237
HOPE - 110
KOWA - 203
NCP - 761
PDP - 553, 003 (PDP wins)
PPN - 407
UDP - 1,623
UPP - 290
Total valid vote cast - 573, 173
Rejected votes - 12,459
Total vote cast - 585, 632

Presidential election results for Kogi state - APC wins

As announced by the VC of University of Abuja, who is the Returning Officer for Kogi state
AA - 700
ACPN - 1,089
AD - 427
ADC - 761
APA - 1,001
APC - 264,851
CPP - 967
HOPE - 144
KOWA - 190
NCP - 399
PDP, 149, 987
PPN - 476
UPD - 180
UPP - 156
Total valid vote - 421, 328
Rejected votes - 17, 959
Total votes cast - 439, 287

Presidential election result from Osun state - APC wins

As announced by Professor Isaac Asusu, VC of the Federal University, Oye, Ekiti, RO for Osun state
APC: 383,603
Total votes cast - 663,373
Rejected votes: 20,758
Valid votes - 642,615

Presidential election result for Ondo state - APC wins

As announced by Prof. Olusola Oyewole the VC, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
AA - 386
ACPN - 2406
AD - 1,237
ADC - 1,227
APA - 1139
APC - 299,889 (APC wins)
CPP - 1,012
HOPE - 184
KOWA - 223
NCP - 846
PDP - 251,368
PPN - 734
UPD - 184
UPP - 221
Total valid votes - 561, 056
Rejected votes - 21,379
Total votes cast - 582, 435

Presidential election results for FCT, Abuja - PDP wins

As announced by Prof. Michael Faborode, former VC of OAU, Ile Ife, the returning officer for FCT
AA - 139
ACPN - 342
AD - 240
ADC - 288
APA - 674
APC - 146, 399
CPP - 347
HOPE - 83
KOWA - 165
NCP - 473
PDP - 157, 195 (PDP wins)
PPN - 269
UDP - 95
UPP - 96
Total valid votes - 306, 805
Rejected votes - 9210
Total votes cast - 316, 015

Presidential election result for Oyo state - APC wins

As announced by Prof Ayobami Salami, the Dep. VC (Academics) of OAU, returning officer for Oyo
AA - 6,331
ACPN - 8,979
AD - 6, 282
ADC - 5,000
APA - 4,468
APC - 528, 620 (APC wins)
CPP - 6, 674
HOPE - 839
KOWA - 1,312
NCP - 1,895
PDP - 303, 376
PPN - 2,842
UDP - 1,069
UPP - 3,665
Total valid votes - 881, 352
Rejected votes - 47, 254
Total votes cast - 928, 606

Presidential election result for Nasarawa state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof. Findadi VC of Federal University, Lokoja, who is RO for Nasarawa state
AA - 40
ACPN - 95
AD - 74
ADC - 105
APA -310
APC - 236, 838
CPP - 131
HOPE - 4
KOWA - 48
NCP - 222
PDP - 273, 460 (PDP wins)
DPN - 164
UPD - 23
UPP - 33
Total votes cast - 511,547
Rejected votes - 10,094
Total votes cast - 521, 641

Buhari Having Landslide Victory In Benue

Three local government areas are yet to submit result, Vandeikya, Logo, Ukum and Makurdi.

But Makurdi, Vandeikya for Buhari landslide.


In Okpokwu
PDP-12, 103

Buhari Beats President Jonathan In Kano

Muhammadu Buhari and Kano State Governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso
President Goodluck Jonathan suffered a heavy defeat in Kano according to results released by the Independent national Electoral commission (INEC) in the state early this morning. According to INEC, General Muhammadu Buhari defeated President Jonathan by a wide margin, scoring  1,903, 999 votes as against Jonathan’s 215,779.

General Buhari has already won in Ogun, Lagos, Kwara, Kogi, Jigawa, Ondo, Osun and his expected to entend his wide lead as more results come in from more states today.

Buhari Set To Win Presidential Polls, But Jonathan’s Camp Claims Lead

Muhammadu Buhari, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is cruising comfortably to victory in last Saturday’s presidential elections, according to official results released so far by collation centers of the Independent National Electoral Commission across Nigeria.

Of more than 50 percent of the polling units reported, Mr. Buhari has received more than 64 percent of the votes and had won outright in at least twenty states. In addition, he has secured more than 25 percent of the votes in an additional five states.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

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Voters abandon Jonathan, Buhari

Jonathan, Buhari
After a close monitoring of the elections in three senatorial zones of Ebonyi State on Saturday,Punch observed that the voters, especially in Ebonyi North and Ebonyi Central senatorial zones, hardly cast their votes for any of the presidential candidates.

A voter in Ezza South Local Government Area (Ebonyi Central senatorial zone), who pleaded not to be mentioned, said they were compelled to cast votes for only candidates seeking election into the National Assembly.

APC wins Obasanjo’s ward

The All Progressives Congress won the polling unit of former President Olusegun Obasanjo in Saturday’s presidential election, beating the Peoples Democratic Party to a second place.

At the polling unit, Ward 11, Unit 2, Shokori, Abeokuta North Local Government Area of Ogun State, the APC polled 100 in presidential votes, while the PDP got 16.

Graphic photos : INEC officials killed by unknown gunmen in Gombe

INEC officials killed by unknown gunmen in Gombe
 Two INEC officials were killed by unknown gunmen at Nafada/Dukku federal constituency in Gombe state yesterday.

See photos from the scene after the cut... *viewer discretion advised*.

Boat carrying Olu of Epe's son & APC Epe LGA candidate capsizes as they returned from voting

Olu of Epe's son
A boat carrying a director in the Ministry of  Chieftaincy affairs, Aremo Azeez Adewale, who is also the first son of Olu of Epe, Oba Sefiu Olatunji Adewale and and Muhiz Bello, a local government chairman, APC Epe candidate, capsized this afternoon as the men and others returned from a riverine area in Epe where they had gone to cast their votes. Mourners have thronged the Olu's palace in to sympathize with him.

The prince has since been buried according to Muslim rites at his house in Isasi, Epe. Muhiz Bello was married with three children.

Karrueche writes heart felt message to fans on instagram

Karrueche took to instagram to write a message to fans, hours before her interview with Iyanla is due to air. 

What she wrote below... 
"This evening the interview with Iyanla Vanzant and I will air. This is about recognizing my mistakes and learning from them. I own up to all the poor choices I have made and pray for the better. I pray everyday to God to strengthen me as a human and a young woman. I only ask that you at least understand me, whether you continue to like me or hate me. At the end of the day, we all have not been at our best at times so please learn from me and never forget to love yourself. ❤️"

Card Reader : We’re vindicated – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party has said that reports of challenges with the use of voter card readers across Nigeria have vindicated its opposition to the deployment of the device.

While card readers functioned smoothly at various voting centres during Saturday’s presidential and national assembly elections, there were complaints from many centres about slow or completely dysfunctional machines.

#NigeriaDecides: Jonathan loses Aso Rock polling unit to Buhari

President Goodluck Jonathan has lost one of the two polling units situated right inside the Presidential Villa to his All Progressives Congress challenger, Muhammadu Buhari.

Reports available to Premium Times indicate that in polling unit 022, Mr. Buhari garnered 348 votes to Mr. Jonathan’s 302.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

APC Chieftains Arrested

With just hours to the 2015 presidential elections, SaharaReporters has been informed of the detention of some chieftains of the All Progressives Congress (APC) by the Sokoto State command of the Department of State Security (DSS).

Those under arrest include Alhaji Mu’azu Zabira, the chairman of APC’s Security Committee.  The home of another APC chieftain, Alhaji Ummarun Kwabo was raided, during which Alhaji Abubakar Kani was arrested.  Up to the time of this report, no information was available with regard to where they are, or the offences for which they are being held.

Bomb Explosion Reportedly Rocks Enugu Polling Unit

A bomb explosion has reportedly rocked a polling unit at the WTC Primary School, Enugu, Saturday morning.

WTC Primary School is located at Enugu North, one of the municipal local government areas in the Coal City State.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

"If Buhari Wins, APC Will Jail Me" - Patience Jonathan

Patience Jonathan
Patience Jonathan, Nigeria’s first lady, feels she would be jailed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) if Muhammadu Buhari, presidential candidate of the party, wins Saturday’s election. 

While speaking on Wednesday at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) women presidential campaign rally in Oyo state, the first lady said the APC and its presidential candidate jailed the fathers and mothers of the Oyo people.