Nigerians. On Saturday, I will go to the nearby polling station and obey
all the rules and regulations. But I am surely prepared to exercise my
For instance, I don’t have problems with accreditation. So, there has
been no particularly memorable day.
exercise restraint and obey the rules. There should be no sentiments
about anyone or anything because our vote is our power.
Government Girls College, Umuahia, was on Tuesday, March 17, 2015, butchered by
a labourer he hired to work for him in his hometown at Dioka Nzerem village, in
the Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State.
befitting country house where he hoped to relocate to after his retirement.
foundation of the building. The labourers included one of his godson, Samuel
given the labourers their daily wages, it was learnt that Emmanuel was informed
later in the day that Edomobi had gone...
Peoples Congress (OPC) has lambasted the national publicity secretary
of the All Progressives Congress (APC) over what it termed his
"ceaseless propaganda" against the group.
statement Friday evening signed by Hakeem Ologunro, OPC National
Publicity Secretary, said it was unfortunate that the opposition
spokesman has made "lie-telling his stock in trade."
"When will Lai Mohammed stop disgracing himself?" the statement reads:
"We just got informed of another phase of lies from the chief
propagandist of APC against OPC and we wonder when will Lai Mohammed
stop disgracing himself?
latest lie is the press release issued today that OPC members and other
militants were seen...
Dear voters and stakeholders, you’re advised to behave yourselves on
Saturday, March 28 and other election days, or the men of the Police
force will lock you up.
According to the Force spokesperson, Emmanuel Ojukwu, the Nigerian
Police would arrest and prosecute anyone who violates 15 electoral
offences on election days.
Here are the 15 ‘do-not-commit’ offences:
1. The casting of vote twice or more.
2. Announcing false election result.
3. Stopping other persons from voting.
4. Revealing information on a ballot paper of another person.
5. Being in possession of another person’s voter card.
6. Disorderly behaviour at polling units.
7. Canvassing for votes.
8. Shouting slogans of a political party.
9. Wielding guns, sticks, stones or other dangerous weapons at polling units.
10. Loitering or walking about at a poling unit.