.Jerry Gana, Donald Duke missing too .Don’t give us Politically Exposed Lecturers, INEC charges Vice Chancellors By Omeiza Ajayi ABUJA – The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC has published the final list of Presidential and National Assembly candidates for next month’s General Elections with the ruling All Progressives Congress APC missing out in Rivers and Zamfara states.
READ ALSO: INEC releases final list of candidates for 2019 General Elections He said, “It should remain a thing of pride for us that the National Assembly has done its best by taking steps to guarantee the successful and rancour-free conduct of the 2019 General Elections by passing the Electoral Act Amendment Bill for the third time after Mr President had declined assent to it twice.
Eniola Akinkuotu, Abuja The Independent National Electoral Commission has released the final list of candidates eligible to participate in the 2019 General Elections.
The beginning of this new year has already seen the APC being dazed with an outrage, and understandably so, because its Presidential Campaign Council for the 2019 General Elections features high-profile politicians facing a myriad of serious corruption charges.
Senate President, Abubakar Bukola Saraki, Wednesday warned against making the coming General Elections “a do-or-die affair”.
As the General Elections draw nearer, the Police Service Commission has assured electorates in the country that it will monitor the conduct of police officers deployed for the purpose of the exercise.
Most prominent among them is the demand for separate accreditation and voting as was the case in the last two General Elections in 2015 and 2011.
The Edo office of the Independent National Electoral commission says it has taken delivery of 4,637 ballot boxes ahead of the 2019 General Elections.
From the way and manner we are going, the judicial arm that helps to defend, guide, guard and direct democracy and its institutions is being overawed, intimidated and undermined preparatory to the General Elections.
The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, has described as untrue, reports purporting division in the Peoples Democratic Party ahead of the 2019 General Elections.