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INEC declares Imo governorship election inconclusive

The Independent National Electoral Commission has declared the governorship election in Imo state inconclusive.


Due to the number of cancelled votes (144,715) in relation to the margin of win (79,529) by the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Rochas Okorocha, the Returning Officer, Professor Ibidapo Obe, declared the election inconclusive.

He said a new date would be announced for a rerun election in the cancelled wards spread across several local government areas.

Mr. Okorocha was initially thought to have won the election after he garnered 385,671 votes compared to the 306,142 votes scored by the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Emeka Ihedioha.

The APC candidate is ahead of Mr. Ihedioha by 79,529 votes, which is by far lower than the 144,715 votes cancelled by INEC as a result of irregularities in some wards.

INEC’s verdict on the Imo election is a repeat of what happened in 2011.

The commission had at the time declared the result inconclusive after cancelling results in some wards following irregularities detected in some wards.

Mr. Okorocha, who ran then on the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, went on to win a rerun.

If Mr. Okorocha eventually wins the rerun, the APC would have succeeded in holding on to the only state it controls in Nigeria’s South-East geo-political zone.

Three of the remaining states (Enugu, Abia and Ebonyi) in the region are controlled by the PDP while one (Anambra) has remained firmly in the grip of the All Progressives Grand Alliance for more than nine years.


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President-Elect Buhari Speaks, Slams Iweala And Will Force Ministers to Declare Assets

President-Elect Buhari firmly stated that “all those that were governors, ministers, permanent secretaries, head of foreign staff and all those with political appointments will have to declare their assets on the assumption of their appointment and definitely with the courts.

And once they leave they have to re-declare their assets.” He said this would ensure greater accountability among public servants.

President-Elect Buhari spoke exclusively with SaharaTV on how he plans to deal with corruption, the government’s finances, Boko Haram, and Nigeria’s economy. Most notably he blamed Minister Iweala for the financial situation in Nigeria, and that he will make his Ministerial appointees declare their assets to the public.

When asked about statements from Minister of Finance Iweala on the fiscal conditions and government spending in Nigeria, President-Elect Buhari told SaharaTV that “I’m afraid the Finance Minister has no cause to complain because the governors cannot force the central government to act outside the Constitution.”

President-Elect Buhari firmly stated that “all those that were governors, ministers, permanent secretaries, head of foreign staff and all those with political appointments will have to declare their assets on the assumption of their appointment and definitely with the courts. And once they leave they have to re-declare their assets.” He said this would ensure greater accountability among public servants.

However, he did tell SaharaTV that he does not plan to interfere with the judiciary and whatever action it may take pursuing corrupt public officials. He stated that his administration would not “become embroiled in investigation every ministry, then the government will not have time to move forward.”

On the contentious issue of Oil Block ownership in Nigeria, and an equitable distribution of the country’s wealth, he suggested that partisan politics in Nigeria is the cause of inequitability in the oil sector. President-Elect Buhari claimed that he wanted to professionalize the oil sector in Nigeria. He said that the “proliferation of oil fields to people who don’t even know what it is, is one of the messes partisan politics has brought.” Within the equitable distribution of wealth and job creation for youth, the President-Elect pointed to the APC manifesto calling for greater emphasis on mining and agriculture development.

When pressed on rumors that former president Obasanjo was exercising inordinate influence on Buhari’s administration he said, “I think that people have to accept the realities of Nigeria’s political development. General Olusegun Obasanjo is the only living Nigerian that led Nigeria for more than 11 years, so for anybody to think that General Obasanjo is irrelevant or he was trying to push his influence over issues, I think is being uncharitable and not being fair to Nigeria’s political development.”

President-Elect Buhari is now confronted with the challenge of appointing a ministerial and cabinet team, and he has stated publicly that PDP defectors should not expect to receive Minister appointments.

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Akinwunmi Ambode wins Lagos gov poll, PDP rejects results

The Independent National Electoral Commission has announced the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate in Lagos State, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, as the winner of the April 11 election while the Peoples Democratic Party governorship candidate, Mr. Jimi Agbaje, came second.


However, the PDP has rejected the result on the ground of what it called “the controversial” circumstances within which the election was conducted.

Out of the 20 local government areas of Lagos, Ambode won 15 while Agbaje won five.

Figures by INEC showed that Ambode polled 811,994 votes while Agbaje got 659,788 votes, a difference of 152, 206 votes.

However, the Lagos State chapter of the PDP, in a statement by its Legal Adviser, Mr. Adeleke Adefala, on Sunday, said in areas where the APC won, card readers were manipulated.

The statement, which was addressed to the Resident Electoral Commissioner, read, “I, on behalf of our governorship candidate, the state assembly candidates and the Peoples Democratic Party in Lagos State, write to bring to your attention the following issues for your immediate attention and resolution.

“Our candidates have brought to our attention that contrary to electoral rules and guidelines, the newly introduced card readers were not used in the following local governments: Epe, Babagry, Mushin, Ikorodu Eti Osa, Alimosho, Ikeja, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos Island and some parts of other local governments.

“This amounted to no proper accreditation of voters and a denouncement of the sanctity of the voting process. There were numerous complaints of front and uploading of the card readers with fictitious names before commencement of accreditation in areas where card readers were used such as Lagos Island, Ikorodu, Kosofe, Lagos Mainland and Badagry.

“We hereby demand the suspension of the collation and release of the results pending investigation into our complaints.”

3 feared killed as violence erupts in Ife

Three persons were reportedly killed in Ile Ife during a fight between supporters of the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressives Congress.


Our correspondent gathered on Sunday that one person was killed in the fight, which erupted in the town on Saturday night after the collation of election results.

The fight, which reportedly raged through the night, was said to have continued on Sunday with gun booming in some areas in the town before security personnel could restore peace to the troubled areas.

A resident of the town, Adewale Idowu, told our correspondent that the hoodlums, loyal to the two parties, clashed in Gbodo, Ayetoro and Ita Akogun.

He stated that some unspecified number of persons were injured during the fight, which also left some houses and vehicles vandalised.

Idowu said, “I saw a corpse on the road after the fight had subsided. Everybody ran inside to avoid being caught in the cross fire. I hope the number of casualties is not more than that.”

Another resident, who pleaded not to be named, said that two persons were killed in Gbodo, adding that the two victims in the area were siblings but he could not give their identities.

An 80-year-old member of the PDP,  Pa Taiwo Ogundele, was killed in the Gbodo area during the continuous voter registration, which held in the state in 2014.

 The octogenarian was said to have been dragged out of his house at around 10.30pm at  night and his attackers killed him and dumped his body on a tomb at the back of his house.

Commissioner of Police in charge of election in Osun State, Mr. Valentine Ntomchukwu, could not be reached on his telephone as calls put across to him indicated he had either switched off the phone or out of coverage area.

Public Relations Officer of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps in the state, Mr. Babawale Afolabi, when contacted, confirmed that one person was killed on Saturday night.

PDP wins Ebonyi gov election

Mr. Dave Umahi of the Peoples Democratic Party has been declared winner of the governorship election in Ebonyi State.

He polled 289, 867 votes, from 466, 312 total valid votes, to emerge winner of the election.

He won in all the 13 local government areas of the state, as announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

Total registered voters in the 13 LGAs were 1,054,370; total number of accredited voters was 500, 938; total rejected votes was 17, 325; while total votes cast stood at 483, 637.

The Labour Party candidate, Mr. Edward Nkwegu, came second with 124, 817 votes from the total valid votes.

The candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Senator Julius Ucha, was third after polling 27, 583 votes, while his counterpart in the All Progressives Grand Alliance candidate, Senator Anthony Agbo, got 17, 971 votes.

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Adamawa PDP candidate, Nuhu Ribadu, concedes defeat, releases concession statement

With final result in the Adamawa state governorship election yet to be declared, the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the election has conceded defeat.  Below is his concession address to the people of Adamawa state.

Mr. Ribadu, a globally respected anti-corruption activist, ran a difficult race with leading members of his own party covertly and openly sabotaging his effort to be governor.

Some of them, including ex-Senator Jonathan Zwingina, with whom he travelled round the state canvassing votes, abandoned him and defected to the All Progressives Congress few days to the election.

Mr. Ribadu was the presidential candidate of the Action Congress of Nigeria in the 2011 presidential election. He was the pioneer chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Read the speech below.

“My dear people of Adamawa State,

“I greet you in the best form of greetings.

“I had dreamt of coming back home to lead our dear state to greater strides after years of underdevelopment. I started this journey in August last year and successfully got the mandate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) to fly its flag for the April 11 gubernatorial election. I came into this race knowing fully well that political contests are two-way traffics – one either wins or loses. As a man of faith, I was also aware that leadership responsibility is a product of God’s anointment.

“In the course of this journey, I have seen genuine support and encouragement from the people of Adamawa state. Several individuals from Adamawa and beyond contributed generously to keep the campaign going and many others devoted their time, energy and intellect to see to the success of this project. I sincerely appreciate this belief in my person and my ambition.

“The support I got from my party’s leadership and individual members from President Goodluck Jonathan down to the party agents in our polling units was overwhelming and gratifying. The party leader in the state, Barrister Bala James Nggilari and the state party chairman, Chief Joel Madaki led their lieutenants in making this journey memorable.

“I came into this race with lofty dreams and clear vision for our dear state, but the voice of the majority has not given me this chance. I take this in good faith.

“I want to take this opportunity to congratulate the winner and pray that at the end of it all our dear state will witness the needed progress and development it so much desires.

“God bless Adamawa State

“God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria

“Nuhu Ribadu,


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INEC releases statement on State Elections

The Independent National Electoral Commission conducted Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections across the country on Saturday, April 11, 2015.

Governorship elections were held in 29 States of the Federation, while State Assembly elections were held in 36 states. No election took place in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).  A general assessment shows that the elections went very well across the country.

According to preliminary reports, 88.9 % of polling units opened for accreditation between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. across the country. Only 5.2 % were yet to open as of 1 pm. Also, 73 % of the polling units had commenced voting by 2.30 p.m.

The process of accreditation with Smart Card Readers was also successful in a majority of the polling units. Initial challenges were recorded in Edo and Abia states, but the technical teams deployed to support the states were able to resolve the issues in a timely manner.

Overall, many parts of the country remained relatively peaceful during the elections. Some states, however, recorded a significant number of violent incidents, the most affected being Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Cross River, Ebonyi and Ondo States. INEC’s records show that there were 66 reports of violent incidents targeted at polling units, the Commission’s officials, voters and election materials. These were in Rivers State (16 incidents), Ondo (8), Cross River and Ebonyi (6 each), Akwa Ibom (5) Bayelsa (4), Lagos and Kaduna (3 each), Jigawa, Enugu, Ekiti and Osun (2 each), Katsina, Plateau, Kogi, Abia, Imo, Kano and Ogun (1 each). The Commission is investigating these incidents and will do everything within in its powers to bring culprits to justice.

INEC commends Nigerians for once again demonstrating their resolve and commitment to participate in the electoral process and by doing so, contributing to deepening democracy in our country.

The Commission calls on every citizen to maintain the peace as the results of the Governorship and State Assembly elections are being processed, and to accept the official outcomes. It would like to emphasize that winners can only emerge after collation of the official results and on the basis of the requirements prescribed by the legal framework. Any aggrieved persons or groups are encouraged to seek redress at the Tribunals.

INEC would also like to remind all stakeholders that the process is not yet completed and urges restraint in their comments, as we strive to bring this process to an orderly, peaceful and credible conclusion.


The Independent National Electoral Commission

Results - as declared by INEC - from most local governments from 11 states.





1. Maiha Local Govt

APC 15,497 PDP 2,296 SDP 1,361 PDM 38

2. Yola South

APC 31,155 PDP 6,820 SDP 7,430 PDM 1,656

3. Michika

APC 6,509 PDP 3,323 SDP 7,729 PDM 331

4. Madagali

APC 3,805 PDP 2,367 SDP 5,596 PDM 127

5. Girei

APC 16,056 PDP 2,829 SDP 8,183 PDM 976

6. Song

APC 18,276 PDP 4,330 SDP 13,700 PDM 1,816

7. Lamurde

APC 8,306 PDP 5,223 SDP 12,229 PDM 1,388

8. Yola North

APC 41,171 PDP 2,888 SDP 13,531 PDM 797

9. Hong

APC. 17,483 PDP 2,546 SDP 21,173 PDM 1,104

10. Numan

APC 10,947 PDP 5,005 SDP 12,722 PDM 997

11. Mayobelwa

APC 22,687 PDP 6,495 SDP 11,707 PDM. 3,534

12. Gombi

APC 14, 684 PDP 2,397 SDP 8,965 PDM 626



MIKANG Local Government Area.

APC=12512. PDP=11522.

BASSA Local Government Area.

APC=28770. PDP=34341.

SHENDAM Local Government Area.

APC=40464. PDP=14476.

BARKINLADI Local Government Area.

APC=13151. PDP=56933.

LANTANG north Local Government Area.

APC=25202. PDP=23045.

JOS EAST Local Government Area.

APC=15356 PDP=7752

KANKE Local Government Area.

APC=18458. PDP=23118.

RIYOM Local Government Area.

APC=7253. PDP=37793.



Funakaye APC 18,09, PDP 21,210

Kwami APC 17,43, PDP 22,014

Gombe APC 33,062 PDP 27061

Shongom APC 9409 PDP 14,571

Dukku APC 12,543 PDP 22,326

Billiri APC 10,448 PDP 30,332

Kaltungo APC 10,448 PDP 26,209

Nafada APC 6,721 PDP 15,408

Yamaltu Deba APC 30695 PDP 33,488

Akko APC 30336 PDP 43,066



Aliero APC 14,958 PDP 7,113

Bunza APC 20,087 PDP 10,335

Kalgo APC 13,057 PDP 8,478

Zuru APC 22,224 PDP 10,218

Fakai APC 12,186 PDP 7,791

Argungu APC 28,132 PDP 14,165

Gwandu APC 20,982 PDP 10,767

Yauri APC 17,035 PDP 11,548

Sakaba APC 12,905 PDP 8,416




APC 17,153 PDP 5,975


APC 49,153 PDP 19,421


APC 25,413 PDP 12,179


APC 19,626 PDP 15,695


APC 42,977 PDP 17,202


APC 14,851 PDP 9,235


APC 23,073 PDP 10,041


APC 33,227 PDP 11,788


APC 23,137 PDP 6,876


APC 20,335 PDP 7,800


APC 28,006 PDP12,244


APC 19,481 PDP8,846


APC 26,197 PDP10,126


APC 29,095 PDP 12,760


AP C 21,542 PDP 9,991


APC 13,843 PDP9,925


APC 40,016 PDP 18,769


APC 53,703 PDP14,746



Ibeju Lekki LGA

AA 08 ACD 36 ACPN 54 AD 101 APC 14696 APGA 14 KOWA 03 LP 04 MPPP 02 NCP 05 MMPP 12 PDP 11292 PPA 24 PPM 03 UPN 02


AA 37 ACD 86 ACPN 63 AD 250 APC 27086 APGA 52 ID 22 KOWA 25 LP 48 MPPP 12 NCP 14 MMPP 79 PDP 22664 PPA 91 PPN 19 UPN 42

Lagos Island

AA 10 ACD 94 ACPN 60 AD 244 APC 34232 APGA 25 ID 11 KOWA 10 LP 09 MPPP 09 NCP 12 MMPP 45 PDP 16111 PPA 59 PPN 11 UPN 10

Lagos Mainland LGA

AA 32 ACD 70 ACPN 91 AD 268 APC 31836 APGA 69 ID 18 KOWA 22 LP 29 MPPP 23 NCP 156 MMPP 63 PDP 26889 PPA 102 PPN 25 UPN 15

Eti Osa

AA 18 ACD 40 ACPN 77 AD 177 APC 28082 APGA 48 ID 9 KOWA 10 LP 07 MPPP 11 NCP 18 MMPP 65 PDP 24486 PPA 87 PPN 12 UPN 10

Ifako Ijaye

AA 36 ACD 154 ACPN 148 AD 333 APC 46485 APGA 105 ID 116 KOWA 17 LP 16 MPPP 20 NCP 38 MMPP 85 PDP 26898 PPA 92 PPN 24 UPN 36

Oshodi Isolo LGA

AA 18 ACD 54 ACPN 76 AD 212 APC 42835 APGA 50 ID 11 KOWA 11 LP 74 MPPP 07 NCP 70 MMPP 72 PDP 43904 PPA 79 PPN 10 UPN 16

Ajeromi Ifelodun

AA 171 ACD 253 ACPN 257 AD 318 APC 42954 APGA 116 ID 35 KOWA 134 LP 25 MPPP 130 NCP 150 MMPP 124 PDP 52596 PPA 189 PPN 38 UPN 26

Amuwo Odofin LGA

AA 16 ACD 61 ACPN 94 AD 170 APC 26349 APGA 131 ID 08 KOWA 08 LP 97 MPPP 19 NCP 21 MMPP 40 PDP 35168 PPA 78 PPN 10 UPN 11



Ohoazara LGA

APC:364 APGA:92 LP:307 PDP:32,402

Ezza South APC:2135 APGA:186 LP:8,457 PDP:18,095


APC:346 APGA:229 LP:6497 PDP:11,729

Ebonyi LGA

APC:1249 APGA:621 LP:12431 PDP:14,229

Afikpo North

APC:446 APGA:289 LP:9406 PDP:15,519

Afikpo South

APC:307 APGA:267 LP:3456 PDP:28,380


APC:1255 APGA:804 LP:16,670 PDP:18,779



Ahiazu Mbaise LG

APC: 10,080 PDP: 25,063 APGA: 655

Ideato North LG

APC: 21,997 APGA: 785 PDP: 4,961

Abo Mbaise LG

APC: 4,883 PDP: 55,516 APGA: 506

Ideato South LG

APC: 32,708

APGA: 338 PDP: 2,317Nkwerre LG

APC: 11,597 APGA: 243 PDP: 3,737

Nwagele LG

APC: 11,723 APGA: 471 PDP: 5,780

Njaba Local Government

APC: 15,630 APGA: 490 PDP: 5,332

Owerri Municipal LG

APC: 10,138 APGA: 2,085 PDP: 6,700

Okigwe APC: 12,920 APGA: 770 PDP: 4,950

Oru West APC: 15,212 APGA: 1,057 PDP: 4,465

Owerri North APC: 13,493 APGA: 7,498 PDP: 8,746

Ihite Uboma APC: 11,152 APGA: 393 PDP: 7,600

Ehime Mbano

APC 15,594 APGA 800 PDP 12,934


APC 21,504 APGA 1,317 PDP 10,154


APC: 17,094 APGA: 597 PDP: 22,410

Ngor Okpala

APC: 14,756 APGA: 1,401 PDP: 15,106


APC: 27,244 APGA:  922 PDP: 4,936

Isi Ala Mbano

APC: 13,071 APGA: 676 PDP: 13,925

Owerri West APC: 11,828 APGA: 1,935 PDP: 7,980


APC: 13,321 APGA: 690 PDP: 7,587




Gwer East PDP 12,657 APC- 23,831.

APA LG PDP 7,582 APC-7,132

OKPOKU LG PDP 10,849 APC 7,209

OJU LG APC 16,948 PDP- 10,491

VANDEKIYA LG APC 33,075 PDP-15,228

OTUKPO LG APC 15,715 PDP- 14,519.

TARKA LG APC 14,888 PDP-3,517

Gwer West LG APC 11,844 PDP 13,033

LOGO LG APC 8,852 PDP-26,967



GovernorshipOke Ero APC 6631 PDP 3815

Asa APC 18363 PDP 6186

Isim LG: APC 5525, PDP 4209

Oke ero LG: APC 6631, PDP 3815

Ekiti LG: APC 6269 PDP 4398 LP 299

Offa LG: APC 18569 PDP 4778

Ilorin South LG APC 21220 PDP 11439

Pategi LG APC 16335 PDP 3033

Irepodun LG APC 14, 970 PDP 7, 380

Edu LG APC 22963 PDP 9229

Ilorin East APC 25700 PDP 10923

Moro APC 16614 PDP 6330

Two wards cancelled to incidence of overvoting

Ifelodun APC 25528 PDP 8086

Ilorin West  APC 53284 PDP 18196



Kaduna North: APC: 106,915, PDP: 12,465

Kaduna South: APC: 120,535, PDP: 15,665

Jema’a APC: 39,760, PDP: 45,272

Ikara: APC: 37,521, PDP: 16,836

Giwa APC: 48,240, PDP: 14,196

Chikun APC: 36, 920, PDP: 27,248

Igabi APC: 88,361, PDP: 20,180

Kubau APC: 53,934, PDP: 14,034

Kagarko APC: 24,846, PDP: 15,413

Sabongari APC: 61,107, PDP: 12,504

Kudan APC: 31,563, PDP: 11,025

Makarfi APC: 37,759, PDP:11,084

Soba APC: 55,836, PDP: 15, 413

Kajuru APC: 18,522, PDP: 21,296



Ewekoro LG: APC 1075,PDP 3275,SDP 400

Remo North: APC 7365,PDP 6567,SDP 923

Ijebu-Ode: APC 10570, PDP 11381,SDP 571

Odeda: APC 10637,PDP 3633,SDP 1367

Abeokuta North: APC 22740,PDP 6371,SDP 1439

Ijebu North East: APC 5992,PDP 6780, SDP 587

Abeokuta South: APC 35511,PDP 10288,SDP 1792

Obafemi-Owode: APC 16333,PDP 6637, SDP 1237

Ikenne: APC 11085,PDP 8686,SDP

Ifo: APC 28596,PDP 5818,SDP 1464

Imeko-Afon: APC 8253,PDP 12412,SDP 938


APC 10129,PDP 10430,SDP 1286

Ijebu North: APC 14317,PDP 18787,SDP 2084

Ado-Odo: APC 36108,PDP 13736,SDP 3083

Egbado South: APC 10844,PDP 12915,SDP 2650


APC 16240,PDP 16877,SDP 1453

Sagamu: APC 18491,PDP 14011,SDP 978

Ogunwaterside: APC 8465,PDP 7470,SDP 730

Ijebu-East: APC 8990,PDP 9408,SDP 730

Egbado North: APC 15594,PDP 16001,SDP 1511



Some Guber Election results as been announced at each local government by INEC Returning officers AlbasuAPC 36, 262 PDP 5, 124


APC38, 159 PDP 8, 064


Apc 22, 365 PDP 4, 225


APC 23, 364 PDP 4, 136


APC 23, 364 PDP 2, 521


APC 37, 805 PDP 4, 725


APC 29, 410 PDP 6, 937


APC 23, 028 PDP 2, 521


APC 27, 237 PDP 5, 835


APC 27, 263 PDP 6, 500


APC 34, 044 PDP 9, 051


APC 31, 919 PDP 8, 661


APC25, 842 PDP 5, 966























OGBOMOSHO SOUTH Apc- 3571 Accord- 2097 Lp- 19351 Pdp- 1647 Sdp- 224

IWAJOWA Apc- 7990 Accord- 2980 Lp- 1478 Pdp- 4198 Sdp- 719

OLUYOLE Apc- 11903 Accord- 10535 Lp- 1542 Pdp- 1953 Sdp- 1687

AKINYELE Apc- 12367 Accord- 14703 Lp- 3671 Pdp- 2478

ONA ARA Apc- 7434 Accord- 8887 Lp- 1592 Pdp- 2512 Sdp- 891

IBARAPA NORTH Apc- 5317 Accord- 4509 Lp- 3842 Pdp- 3373 Sdp- 776

ATIBA Apc- 10396 Accord- 3734 Lp- 7656 Pdp- 1396 Sdp- 587

IBARAPA CENTRAL Apc- 5084 Accord- 5921 Lp- 2187 Pdp-3201 Sdp- 826


Apc- 7132 Accord- 3257 Lp- 2562 Pdp- 2339 Sdp- 1956

KAJOLA Apc- 13436 Accord- 2827 Lp- 3544 Pdp- 6123 Sdp- 1205

ISEYIN Apc- 19547 Accord- 8410 Lp- 4136 Pdp- 1663 Sdp- 1504

ITESIWAJU Apc- 5661 Accord- 1404 Lp- 2805 Pdp- 4773 Sdp- 822

IBADAN NORTH WEST Apc- 12491 Accord- 9826 Lp- 4413 Pdp-2164 Sdp- 3959

IDO Apc- 10912 Accord- 8194 Lp- 2856 Pdp- 1724 Sdp- 1292

OYO WEST Apc- 10, 337 Accord- 5865 Lp- 3771 Pdp- 1416 Sdp- 690

OYO EAST Apc- 10037 Accord- 8472‎ Lp- 2765‎ Pdp-1393‎ Sdp- 785‎

ORIRE Apc- 7014 Accord- 3836 Lp-9543 Pdp-3978 Sdp- ‎2815

SURULERE Apc-5284 Accord- 4052 Lp- 9675 Pdp-2575 Sdp- 676

Mass Beaching of Whales Triggers 'Unscientific' Earthquake Fears in Japan!

The mass beaching of more than 150 melon-headed whales on Japan’s shores has triggered fear of a repeat devastating earthquake that killed 19,000 people in 2011 in Japan.

Despite a lack of scientific evidence linking the two events, a burst of online commentators have pointed to the appearance of around 50 melon-headed whales on Japan’s beaches six days before the monster quake, which released a towering tsunami and triggered a nuclear disaster.

To add to the fear, it was noted that more than 100 pilot whales died in a mass beaching on a remote New Zealand beach on February 20, 2011, two days before a large quake hit the country’s second-largest city Christchurch.

Japanese officials have however tried to calm fears, and have insisted there is no scientific data to prove the link.

APC in early lead in Lagos.



Ibeju Lekki LGA

AA 08 ACD 36 ACPN 54 AD 101 APC 14696 APGA 14 KOWA 03 LP 04 MPPP 02 NCP 05 MMPP 12 PDP 11292 PPA 24 PPM 03 UPN 02


AA 37 ACD 86 ACPN 63 AD 250 APC 27086 APGA 52 ID 22 KOWA 25 LP 48 MPPP 12 NCP 14 MMPP 79 PDP 22664 PPA 91 PPN 19 UPN 42

Lagos Island

AA 10 ACD 94 ACPN 60 AD 244 APC 34232 APGA 25 ID 11 KOWA 10 LP 09 MPPP 09 NCP 12 MMPP 45 PDP 16111 PPA 59 PPN 11 UPN 10

Lagos Mainland LGA

AA 32 ACD 70 ACPN 91 AD 268 APC 31836 APGA 69 ID 18 KOWA 22 LP 29 MPPP 23 NCP 156 MMPP 63 PDP 26889 PPA 102 PPN 25 UPN 15

Skales calls out fan who insulted his GF on IG.

Artist Skales imparted a photo of himself and his better half eating and some female fan used it as a chance to affront the sweetheart.

Skales wasn’t having any of it, so he answered her…


Photos: Asari Dokubo & MASSOB head hold private meeting

Ex-Niger Delta militant, Asari Dokubo had a private meeting with the pioneer of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, Ralph Uwazurike at Buguma Toru LGA of Rivers State as of late.

Motivation behind their meeting was not revealed. More photographs bellow.

APC in early lead in Bauchi

APC in early lead in Bauchi:

* ALKALERI – APC: 34, 746, PDP: 13, 133.

* TAFAWA BALEWA- APC: 40, 708, PDP: 19, 589

* WARJI – APC: 18, 560, PDP: 11, 637

* BOGORO – APC: 9, 914, PDP: 16, 980

*GANJUWA – APC: 38, 228, PDP: 12, 369

* KIRFI – APC: 20, 305, PDP: 8, 069

*MISAU – APC: 29, 096, PDP: 13, 074

DASS – APC: 18, 526, PDP: 6, 820

*ITAS GADAU – APC: 22, 655, PDP: 17, 795

* TORO – APC: 74, 134, PDP: 19, 108.

"I have no fears of PDP defectors" - Buhari

Tending to newsmen in the wake of making his choice at his polling unit in Daura Katsina state yesterday April 11th, President-elect Gen Buhari is cited as saying by Tribune that PDP defectors ought not expect automatic appointment as ministers in his legislature.

“I have no fears of PDP defectors. The people who are defecting will only have influence in their constituencies. Since their constituencies are now controlled by the APC, their influence is, therefore, limited. I hope the people that are defecting will accept the fact that they are joining the people who succeeded. So, I don’t think they will just come and say they want to be ministers next month, simply because they were ministers before.” he said

Pics: Violent post-election protest in Akwa-Ibom today

Huge protest presently progressing in Uyo the Capital of Akwa Ibom State over yesterday’s races in the State. Angry dissidents are demanding that a new election be conducted in the State.

They are requesting that the decision which they say is the most false in the historical backdrop of the State be drop. The protesters smoldered tires and assumed control over majot streets. More photographs after the cut…

APC’s Amosun Wins Ogun State Governorship Election

Ibikunle Amosun of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has been declared winner of the 2015 elections in Ogun State.

The INEC Returning Officer who announced the result in Abeokuta, the state capital, said Mr Amosun clinched 306,988 votes closest to his opponent, Mr. Gboyega Isiaka of the PDP who had 201,440 votes.

This is the first governorship result to be announced.

In Imo State collation is still on going, while in Kaduna State, INEC has been announcing results from different local government areas.

Collation Of Results In Lagos

Collation of results has begun in some states where the governorship and House of Assembly elections took place on Saturday.

Among the states considered to be the battleground areas is the nation’s commercial city, Lagos, where the opposition Peoples Democratic Party is fighting to unseat the All Progressives Congress.

Our political correspondent, Seun Okinbaloye is at the INEC situation room in Lagos, and keeping an eye on the process alongside other journalists, party agents and officials.

#OsunDecides: Names/Parties of winners in Osun State House of Assembly election

Jesusegun, Osun:

Names/Parties of winners in Osun State House of Assembly election:

Boripe/Boluwaduro Constituency: Mr. Osuolale Bello (APC)

Ifelodun Constituency: Mr. Rasheed Afolabi (APC)

Ila Constituency: Mr. Ademola Akanni (APC)

Ifedayo Constituency: Mr. Olanrewaju Azeez (APC)

Irepodun/Orolu Constituency: Mr. Oyedele Kamil (APC)

Odo-Otin Constituency: Mr. Olaolu Oyeniran (APC)

Olorunda Constituency: Mr. Gbola Adebayo (APC)

Osogbo Constituency: Mr. Adegboye Akintunde (APC)

Atakumosa East/West Constituency: Mr. Festus Komolafe (APC)

Ife Central Constituency: Mr. Samson Makinde (PDP)

Ife East Constituency: Mr. Safiriyu Akinwole (PDP)

Ife North Constituency: Mr. Lekan Olatunji (APC)

Ife South Constituency: Mr. Folorunsho Oladoyin (APC)

Ilesa East Constituency: Mr. Timothy Owoeye (APC)

Ilesa West Constituency: Mr. Tajudeen Famuyide (APC)

Obokun Constituency: Mr. Olatunbosun Oyintiloye (APC)

Oriade Constituency: Mr. Oluwatomilayo Aloba (APC)

Ayedaade Constituency: Mr. Akin Taiwo (APC)

Ayedire Constituency: Mr. Adeleke Ogunsola (APC)

Ede North Constituency: Mr. Adebowale Akanbi (APC)

Ede South Constituency: Mr. Debo Adebisi (APC)

Egbedore Constituency: Mr. Akinwale Awolola (APC)

Irewole/Isokan Constituency: Mr. Adufe Akinola (APC)

Iwo Constituency: Mr. Gbadebo Abdullah Abdullahi (APC)

Olaoluwa Constituency: Mr. Oluseye Akinloye (APC)

Ejigbo Constituency: Mr. Folasayo Salami (APC)

#NigeriaDecides: Jesusegun & Makinde, Osun:

Jesusegun & Makinde, Osun:


Boripe/Boluwaduro State Constituency

APC 14,631; PDP 6,181

Ifelodun Constituency

APC 12,292; PDP 3,367


APC 18,200; PDP 8,378

Ifedayo Constituency

APC 3,820; PDP 1,366

Ila Constituency

APC 11,657; PDP 3,847

Olorunda Constituency

APC 15,182; PDP 3,267

Osogbo Constituency

APC 22,803; PDP 4,854

Odo-Otin Constituency

APC 11,549; PDP 7,054

Atakumosa East/West Constituency

APC 14,253; PDP 2,407

Ife Central Constituency

APC 8,534; PDP 9,529

Ife North Constituency

APC 7,490; PDP 5,921

Ife South Constituency

APC 8,806; PDP 5,401

Ilesa East Constituency

APC 9,195; PDP 1,469

China Ruins US Plans to Bring Venezuela to Its Knees

China is counterbalancing the US’ efforts to bring Venezuela to its knees: Beijing will lend Caracas around $10 billion while the country teeters on the brink of bankruptcy.

While the United States is waging an “economic war” against Venezuela and its President Nicolas Maduro, China is likely to obliterate Washington’s plans to bring the Latin American nation to its knees; Beijing will lend Caracas around $10 billion in order to support the country’s economy.

On March 9, 2015, US President Obama issued an Executive Order declaring Venezuela “an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States.”

The Venezuelan government has also come under pressure from its opposition, as protest rallies have been taking place in Caracas since last year.

Venezuela is teetering on the verge of bankruptcy, facing the threat of sovereign default. The fall in oil prices is adding fuel to the fire.

According to the Venezuelan president, Washington could be behind the slide in oil prices, claiming that the US is waging an economic war against Russia and Venezuela.Meanwhile Beijing considers the Latin American country exceptionally lucrative for its investment interests. China has already provided Venezuela with $45 billion in exchange for oil and fuel and it will lend Caracas two five-billion-dollar loans in coming months.

A half of the $10 billion will be provided as a part of a bilateral financial deal, and another $5 billion for the development of oil fields.

Venezuela and Cuba have not missed a chance to criticize US foreign policy toward Latin America during the 7th Summit of Americas on Friday.

Venezuela came to the summit with a petition signed by over 10 million people urging Washington to lift the latest sanctions imposed on the country’s government officials. The petition also calls upon the White House to revoke its Executive Order denouncing the Latin American country as a “national security threat”.

“President Obama has made the worst mistake of his six-year presidency in foreign policy towards Latin America,” Nicolas Maduro said in an official speech Thursday, claiming that Venezuela “isn’t [Washington’s] backyard anymore.”

Tree falls & crashes on a man's SUV just after he took his kids out of it

Twitter user, @CharlieAnekwe tells an amazing story of how some children were miraculously saved from an impending disaster. See his tweets after the cut…