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Alleged 2023 APC Zoning List: Party Dismissed List Says Its Enemy’s Diversionary tactics


All Progressive Congress (APC) party through its Extra-Ordinary /Caretaker Convention planning Committee (CECPC) has yesterday slammed a purported list indicating how the party has zoned elective public offices ahead of the 2023 general election as well as the National Working Committee.

Malami Denies Challenging Atiku’s Citizenship In Court


Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has said that he did not institute any legal action on the citizenship of the former Vice President of Nigeria, and presidential candidate of the Peoples' Democratic Party in the 2019 general elections,  Atiku Abubakar. Mr. Malami made this disclosure in a statement issued by Umar Gwandu, his Special Assistant on Media and Public Relations, in Abuja on Wednesday.

APC Extends Membership Registration As Gov Matawalle Set To Join Party


Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawalle has been hinted to have shown interest in joining the All Progressive Congress (APC) following his ongoing consultations with party chieftain, according to a source who chose to speak on condition of anonymity. It was revealeded that the ruling APC had extended the nationwide membership registration in a bid to accommodate the Governor among others who plan to defect. There have been speculations on the governor's plan to dump the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), a party that ushered him into power as governor after a court declaration that nullified the APC party primaries in the state.

Threat To Scrap LG: NULGE Kicks, Set To Occupy NASS

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The Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has today following the move by the National Assembly to abrogate the third tier of government has provoked them into issuing the threat of occupying homes of National Assembly members who are party to the move.

Ballots Should Determine Election Winners Not Court – Jonathan

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Former President Goodluck Jonathan has joined his voice to those calling for the strengthening of electoral laws so that only ballots shall henceforth determine election winners, not law courts. Jonathan explained that in saner climes and by all standards, the electoral management bodies are responsible for returning candidates and declaring winners, while the judiciary complements these electoral empires either through upholding such declarations or otherwise when is there evidence that the process was marred by malpractices and order for a rerun.

Zamfara: Matawalle Alleged Defection - Dump PDP And Lose Your Seat, Yari To The Governor

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Following the alleged plan by Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara state to dump the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), former Governor Abdulazeez Yari has warned him that he will lose his seat if he tries it.

Flying 2023 Presidency Posters: It’s a Work of Mischief Makers – Gov. Wike


Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has today distanced himself from the viral posters of himself that were sighted placed strategically across major streets in Abuja vying for president ahead 2023 general election.

Magu Probe: President Buhari Reiterates His Intolerance For Corruption


Justice Ayo Salami, the chairman of the panel set up to investigate allegations of corruption against the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu, has presented the report of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry on Friday, to President Muhammadu Buhari, at the state House Abuja, wherein he recommended that the next head of the anti-corruption agency should come from outside of the Police Force. Receiving the report Mr. President said he hopes to make Nigeria a country with no tolerance for corruption.

Reps Overturn National Water Resources Bill


The House of Representatives has rescinded the passage of the controversial National Water resources bill over flaws in the procedure that led to its passage bill. Upon resumption on Tuesday, a member of the House, Ben Nzondo from Benue State moved a point of privilege and argued that the proper procedure was not followed on the bill. In his ruling, speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila concluded that Nzondo had raised fundamental objections that must be looked into. Citing several sections of the House rules to back Mzondu's argument, he said: "I have painstakingly searched through all the journals of the House and cannot find where the Bill is gazetted and I stand to be challenged or corrected. “I wish to move, relying on Order 8, Rule 8, and the above-stated rules, that the House do rescind/expunge its decision of 23rd July 2020, which adopted the National Water Resources Bill 2020 H3921 to have been read the third time from our records. I so move,” Mzondu said.

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