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    Politics Imo guber: Ihedioha floors Nwosu, Uzodinma, Ararume at Tribunal – Daily Post Nigeria

    The Governorship Election Petition Tribunal for Imo State, sitting in Abuja on Saturday affirmed the election of Gov. Emeka Ihedioha. Delivering judgment, Chairman of the tribunal, Justice Mallami Umar-Dogondagi, dismissed the petition of the candidate of the Action Alliance Party, Mr Uche...
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    Politics Tribunal sacks PDP lawmaker in Sokoto, orders INEC to withdraw his certificate of return – Legit.ng

    The Elections Petitions Tribunal sitting in Sokoto on Tuesday, September 17, sacked a member of of the State House of Assembly, Hon. Sahabi Umar, who was elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)..... Read more via Legit.ng – https://ift.tt/31uAuaB Get More Nigeria...
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    Politics Worry Not, We Shall Overcome, Says Dino Melaye Amid Political Trouble – Naijaloaded

    Senator Dino Melaye is no doubt in serious political trouble for two main reasons. Firstly, the election petition tribunal sacked him and ordered a fresh election in Kogi West senatorial district which he represents in the National Assembly. Secondly, he lost … Read more via Naijaloaded |...
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    Politics Atiku Plays Video Clips To Collaborate Evidence At Tribunal – Nairaland

    The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, Monday played a video recording at the election petition tribunal where a Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mike Igini admitted that the electoral body would transmit election results with the use of smart card...
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    Politics Bayelsa: Why Timipre Sylva Refused to Congratulate Me – Dickson

    Bayelsa State governor, Seriake Dickson, has wondered why his opponent in the last governorship election, Timipre Sylva has not congratulated him on his victory. The governor said Sylva was busy misleading people that he would win at the tribunal, instead of joining him to make the state...