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COVID-19: Nigeria and the life after

By GARBA SHEHU IN Nigeria, my country of close to 200 million people, the COVID-19 lockdown began on March 30 in Lagos, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory, FCT. As with nations the world over we are following the advice of a scientifically-led national action plan to halt and then defeat the spread of the
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2023: Why INEC is creating additional polling units after 25 years ― INEC, Document

Tension as INEC concludes 2019 polls

 …Ekpenyong, Akpabio, Jibrin, Doguwa, others know fate By Clifford Ndujihe THERE is tension in some states of the country as the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, concludes the 2019 general polls in 28 constituencies. The tension is on account of the violence and high-wire rigging that characterised a host of recent elections especially Kogi governorship
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How to guarantee non-violent guber polls in Bayelsa—Jonathan, Igali, Alaibe, Osaisai

YENAGOA—FORMER President Goodluck Jonathan and three governorship aspirants in Bayelsa State— former Federal Permanent Secretary, Ambassador Godknows Igali;former Coordinator of Presidential Amnesty, PAP, Mr Timi Alaibe, and Mr. Erepamo Osaisai— spoke, yesterday, on how to ensure a violence-free governorship election in the state in November.

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