Adamawa APC suspends ward excos indefinitely over Boss Mustapha
Labour Party’s wins in 2023 general elections
Why N13bn daily petrol subsidy must end —NNPCL
APC voids Boss Mustapha’s suspension
Lagos APC to Rhodes-Vivour: Go to court, stop grandstanding
2023 elections: APC suspends SGF Boss Mustapha indefinitely
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up for our newsletter, and be the first to get the latest news on Vanguard.Subscribe
Jubilation in Abia as Otti wins, Mbah emerges in Enugu
AFTER four days of political logjam and anxiety, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, at exactly 5.24 pm, yesterday, declared the Labour Party, LP Candidate, Dr Alex Otti, as the winner of the March 18 governorship poll in Abia State and threw the state into wild jubilation.
Polls: We’ll take actions against electoral violence instigators — UK govt
The UK Minister of State for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell MP, said yesterday that his government was prepared to take action against those who engaged in or incited electoral violence and other anti-democratic behaviours and action during the just concluded general election.
5 facts about LP candidate, Alex Otti who ended PDP’s reign in Abia
Alex Otti is a Nigerian economist, banker, investor, philanthropist, and politician. Otti is currently the Governor-elect of Abia State in Nigeria.
How INEC deployed device to switch results in Tinubu’s favour — Atiku
Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, has accused the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, of installing a third-party device he said was used to intercept and switch results of the presidential election that held on February 25, in favour of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, and its candidate, Bola Tinubu.
Labour Party’s Alex Otti wins Abia gov’ship poll
After days of political logjam and anxiety, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Wednesday, declared the candidate of the winner of the March 18 governorship poll in Abia State.
Otti polled a total of 175, 467 votes defeat his closest rival, Chief Okey Ahiwe of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party who scored 88,529 votes.
Subscribe to our E-EDITIONS
Subscribe to our digital e-editions here, and enjoy access to the exact replica of Vanguard Newspapers publications.Subscribe