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Militarisation of electoral process is an ill-wind – Sunday Oibe, NCEF PRO

IN the considered opinion of the Public  Relations Officer of Northern Christian Elders Forum, Elder Sunday Oibe,  militarisation of the electoral process is an ill-wind that  has seriously undermined our democratic culture. According to him, involvement of military in our electoral process has actually aborted what we call democracy.
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Atiku’s quest for legal redress will improve electoral process – Group

Atiku’s quest for legal redress will improve electoral process – Group By Lucy OsuizigboProject-2019 (P2019), a Civil Society Organisation (CSO), says Atiku Abubakar’s decision to challenge the outcome of Feb. 23 presidential election in court will improve the electoral process and deepen Nigeria’s democracy. Mr Wale Ogunade, a constitutional lawyer and convener

Protect integrity of electoral process NGO urges INEC

Protect integrity of electoral process NGO urges INEC By EricJames OchigboThe Gender and Election Watch (GEW), an initiative of the Nigerian Women Trust Fund (NWTF), has urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to re-double efforts at protecting the integrity of the electoral process by upholding its regulations and relevant laws. Reacting

Buying, cloning of PVC impossible, INEC says

Edo Govt seeks partnership with Diaspora community in empowering women

Dr Othman Abdulrahaman Ajidagba, the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) in Nasarawa State, has said that those buying voters cards with the aim to clone the cards and to hack into the website of the commission are only wasting their time. He explained that the information and Technology department of the commission […]
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INEC demands immediate resolution of ASUU strike

INEC demands immediate resolution of ASUU strike

“We call on ASUU and the Federal Government to quickly and gently resolve the lingering impasse that has led to the uncertainty in the education sectors.” Romanus Ugwu and Agaju Madugba, Abuja Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has raised the alarm over the lingering industrial action embarked on by lecturers in tertiary institutions, particularly members of the […]
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2019: We’re not backing Buhari, Atiku, says British govt

Political Adviser to the Deputy British High Commissioner, Mr Wale Adebajo, said the British government had no vested interest in either Buhari, Abubakar… Wole Balogun, Ado Ekiti The British government has said it was neither backing the presidential candidates of the All Progressive Congress (APC), President Muhammadu Buhari or that of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku […]
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2019: Persons with Disabilities want greater inclusion in Electoral Process

Some Persons With Disabilities PWDs in Nigeria have lamented that they would not be able to vote in the 2019 general elections due to their inability to partake in the recently concluded nationwide Continuous Voter Registration CVR.
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