Seun, Popular Traffic Officer, Crushed

By Femi Adetunbi At his regular beat at Badore Ajah, Seun, an Inspector of Police, Traffic Section, was usually the cynosure of all eyes. Very popular, Lagosians, including private and commercial vehicle drivers loved him. And so did tricycle (Keke) and motorcycle (Okada) operators. He did his job with passion. He loved it. And for that, everybody loved him. On their own, they extended goodwill to him. But, all that came to an end Tuesday of last week. Inspector Seun lost his life in a very terrible vehicle accident. For…

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Kano: Ganduje Wins Amid Violence, PDP Rejects results

By Uche Mbah After series of reported violence, intimidation of voters and attacks on Journalists and independent observers,, the Independent National Electoral commission, INEC, has declared the Kano State Governor, Abdullahi  Ganduje, winner of the Kano governorship elections. The All Progressives Congress, APC had polled a total of 45,876 votes while the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP polled 10, 239 votes.  Prior to this, PDP was leading with 1,014,474 votes against the APC’s 987,819 votes. During the supplementary elections, the media was awash with reports of violence and intimidation of voters…

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For Governor Mohammed Abubakar, a Summons to Greatness

By Yidentity RevMov For Mohammed Abubakar the Governor of Bauchi State, this must be one of the longest nights of his life. Today, Monday, 25 March 2019, the court is likely to rule on whether or not the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, can proceed with collation of the result of Tafawa Balewa LG in the governorship elections in the state. If the court vacates its injunction, as many think it will do, the Governor would have played all his cards, as he fights desperately to cling to a disappearing…

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