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Adams Oshiomhole Wouldn't Have Been A Governor If PDP Did What APC Is Doing Today – Peter Obi

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“I am speaking here, not just as leader of PDP but one of the beneficiaries being in government for 16 years for doing what is right.
“I was in a minority party. I won the election and PDP did not intervene. I went to court, PDP did not intervene. I benefited from it. Adams Oshiomhole wouldn’t have been governor, he wouldn’t have been benefited from the judiciary if PDP did what APC is doing today.
The truth be told!!!

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2023 Presidency: Zoning Can’t Stop Tinubu From Clinching APC Ticket, Says Former Minister

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2023 Presidency: Zoning Can’t Stop Tinubu From Clinching APC Ticket, Says Former Minister

Former Minister of Works and National Chairman of South West Agenda for 2023, Senator Dayo Adeyeye, has declared that former Lagos State governor, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, remains the best candidate to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, based on experience and political networks.

Adeyeye said this in Ado-Ekiti during the official launching of the South West Agenda, SWAGA 2023, a political platform rooting for the presidential aspiration of Asiwaju Tinubu.

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INEC Creates Additional 56,872 Polling Units Ahead Of 2023 General Election

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BREAKING: INEC Creates Additional 56,872 Polling Units Ahead Of 2023 General Election
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As 2023 general election draws nigh, the Independent National Electoral Commission on Wednesday announced the creation of additional 56, 872 polling units across the country.

The Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, stated this at a meeting with Resident Electoral Commissioners.

According to him, Nigeria now has a total of 176, 846 Polling Units from the initial 119, 973 following the conversion of voting points and voting points settlement to full-fledged Polling Units.

Yakubu said the commission had also removed 749 Polling Units from inappropriate facilities, with nine of them from shrines and several others from religious houses, royal palaces and private property.

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Issuance of Certificate: Wait for Ratification of Candidate by CEC, Umuojians Tell Anambra State Govt

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Issuance of Certificate: Wait for Ratification of Candidate by CEC, Umuojians Tell Anambra State Govt
The winner of May 8th 2021 traditional ruler election in Umuoji, Chief Sir Kanayo Okoye
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Issuance of Certificate: Wait for Ratification of Candidate by CEC, Umuojians Tell Anambra State Govt

By Abuchi Onwumelu

Following the continued Igweship tussle in Umuoji ancient kingdom where two illustrious sons are laying claim to the traditional stool of the town, concerned indigenes of the community have prevailed on Governor Willie Obiano’s led administration to allow the town to exhaust the processes provided by the constitution of the town before issuing certificate to any of contestants.

According to them, it behoves on the Central Executive Council (CEC) to ratify the selection of Igwe and subsequently present to Ndi Umuoji their next traditional ruler, even as they described issuance of certificate to any of the contestants without CEC/Special Assembly ratification as recipe for disaster.

They submitted that failure to allow the CEC which is regarded as the highest decision making body in Umuoji to carry out the task assigned to them by the constitution would distort the peace and progress of the community as well as pit brothers against brothers. They argued that such denial would usher in break down of law and order in the community.

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The concerned indigenes had recently at Government House, Awka through a peaceful protest demanded that Chief Sir Kanayo Okoye of Umuechem Village who scored the highest number of votes in May 8th 2021 election organized by Umuoji Improvement Union Nigeria (UIUN) and supervised by Anambra State Government be declared as the authentic winner as the new traditional ruler of Umuoji community, in Idemili North Council Area of Anambra State.

The peaceful protesters who were from the twenty-three villages that make up Umuoji, accompanied by community leaders, village Heads and members of Igwe-In-Council demanded for the issuance of certificate of recognition to Chief Kanayo Okoye who scored the highest number of votes during the Igweship election organized by the State government for the town on eighth May 2021.

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During the exercise, the protesters were seen with placards with inscriptions like; “Igwe Umuoji is not for sale”, ” Umuoji want Chief Kanayo Okoye”,” Umuoji demands Kanayo as the Traditional Ruler, among others.

Chief Tochukwu Mmodu who spoke on behalf of others said that during the May eighth election in the community, majority of Umuoji people voted for Chief Kanayo Okoye, which he said made him to win the election.

He expressed displeasure with the shape the event had taken, noting that few individuals were trying to so hard to create unnecessary tension in the community by organizing what he described as a shambolic and kangaroo jamboree in the name of run-off election on June 8th 2021.

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Chief Mmodu who described the action as unacceptable by the people of Umuoji community, appealed for immediate intervention of Anambra state government on the matter.

Contributing, the former President General of Umuoji community, Chief Gab Mbanefo and another stakeholder in the town, Chief Ifeanyi Efobi said that Umuoji Traditional stool is not for sale, described imposition of traditional ruler on communities as a taboo in Igbo land, pointing out that Umuoji community is too big to be so treated.

While receiving the peaceful protesters
at the Government House, Awka, Governor Willie Obiano called on various communities across the State to make communal living and peaceful coexistence their watchword.

The governor who spoke through the Secretary to the State Government, Professor Solo Chukwulobelu promised to look into their matter.

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