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Imo State battle: Round Two

The re-run for the Imo State governorship (s)election will take place next Saturday in 23 Local Government Areas that were marred with irregularities when the (s)election was first held on 11 April. As we reported here previously, those irregularities include the APC conniving with INEC officials to use of result sheets from Abuja and Kaduna in governor Rochas Okorocha’s senatorial …

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Eze Gangsta Wike

The PDP candidate for Rivers State governor and former minister for education Eze Nyesom Wike has been declared winner of the (s)election in the state. Wike is said to regard current governor and APC financier Rotimi Amaechi as a “small boy” and believes he was the man that made Amaechi. Wike was behind the formation of the Ikwerre Youth Movement, …

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Port Harcourt Boys politricks = war

By Chxta There is something that my friends who are ancestrally from Rivers have always told me, that they have not had elections in their state since 1999. I had always found that a little funny, but today I realised that they were dead serious. Every four years, while those of us in the rest of Nigeria pick up our …

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All Progressive rigging in Imo

More details are reaching us about how Imo State governor Rochas Okorocha tried to ensure he was returned to Government House Owerri by any means necessary. Our man in Owerri reports that Okorocha paid INEC officials to switch the vote tallies from polling units in Orlu senatorial zone in his favour by using result sheets from Abuja and Kaduna, instead …

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Fuel scarcity in Abuja

The dreaded long queues at petrol stations have been a feature in Abuja for the last three weeks. The queues are at the stations that even bother to open to the public. No one is quite sure what the excuse is this time. But Nigeria continues to import the bulk of the refined petrol it needs for the millions of …

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More Rigger Rochas tricks revealed

Yesterday we reported information from our source in Owerri that governor Rochas Okorocha was trying to get enough votes in some local government areas (LGAs) cancelled so he could be declared the “winner” of the (s)election in Imo State. That report was confirmed this morning when INEC declared the (s)election in Imo as “inconclusive” because the margin of Okorocha’s “win” …

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