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“Ajaokuta”:I will Reclaim my mandate, Said by Hon.Haruna Ganaja.

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Hon.Muhammed Haruna Ganaja, People’s Democratic Party House Of Assembly Candidate, of Ajaokuta Local Government has said he believes in his creator.

After yesterdays court hearing at the election tribunal in Abuja.
Haruna said he have a strong believe that he will reclaim his mandate.

He said the good people of Ajaokuta was rubbed and
He promise to reclaim the mandate.
The Election was Rigged and manipulated in favour of the APC Candidate
The election was not free and fair, even in my own ward thuggs were sent to destroy election materials.

He said he know the Creator that he serve will never put him nor the good people of Ajaokuta to shame.
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I’ve never seen INEC server, PDP witness tells court

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The witness said he only heard about a “central server” from the INEC chairman.


Former Aviation Minister, Osita Chidoka, says he has never seen the server used by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for collation of results.

Chidoka, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), is also witness in a case challenging President Muhammadu Buhari at the 2019 presidential election.Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, had claimed that he defeated President Buhari with at least 1.6 million votes according to data obtained from the INEC server.

Speaking at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Abuja on Friday, July 19, 2019, Chidoka said he does not know what the server looks like.

Chidoka, who was a collation officer during the election, maintained that the INEC chairman had said that results would be transmitted from card readers to the central server.“I have not seen the server but INEC consistently told us of the server and the INEC Chairman at the national collation of results of the election acknowledged the existence of the server,” he said.

“I was there when the results were collated,” Chidoka emphasised.
He acknowledged that collation of results was also done manually

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“Kogi deserves better,” Melaye tells voters to elect him as Kogi State Governor.

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Senator Dino Melaye (Kogi West – PDP) has urged voters to elect him the new Kogi State governor because the state deserves better than it’s currently getting.

The lawmaker, who was recently re-elected to the National Assembly, had officially joined the race for the November 16 governorship election earlier in June 2019.

He said he cannot look away from the struggles of the state which he noted can be corrected with the right leadership.

“I cannot look away when poverty is ravaging our dear state as if we don’t have resources to turn the fortune of the people around. 

“How can I look away when violence, hooliganism, and intimidation is fast becoming the order of the day.

“I cannot look away when the hope of the average person is being destroyed against the wish of the founding and patriotic fathers and mothers of Kogi State.

“If I look away, then I’m not the Dino you’ve come to know,” he said.

Melaye blamed many of his legal troubles with the Police on Bello whom he’s accused several times of plotting to kill him.

Melaye referenced these troubles in his video, noting that his persecution was a consequence of speaking up for the common man.

“The time to speak is over. It is time to act and bring the people of this great state the progress we’ve spoken about for too long.

“I may not know much, but this one thing I know – that Kogi people deserve something better than what they have right now.

“If you feel the same, then this is your ambition. Let us all rally round and change the sorry state we’ve become. This is the people’s agenda.

“Kogi State is definitely going to be better with Dino Melaye,” the 45-year-old said.

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PDP Looting Govt Properties In Imo – Okorocha Claims

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Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has accused the State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, of embarking on a looting spree, ahead of the May 2019, inauguration.

This was made known on Friday, in a press release signed by Sam Onwuemeodo, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Okorocha.

The statement reads in full:

“We want to inform the general public and Imo people in particular, that the members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the State, have embarked on systematic and violent looting of properties owned by the State, and brought or installed by Governor Rochas Okorocha. In doing that, they have adopted various unconventional tactics.

“They have removed most of the solar street lights and other beauteous installations in the State capital. They have removed expensive seats kept in public buildings. They have also begun to snatch official cars, especially from the women appointees. And they operate mostly at night.

“They have formed themselves into Property Recovery Committees and Task Forces, and they claim to have been set up and inaugurated by Chief Emeka Ihedioha, who was declared winner of the March 9, 2019, Governorship election in the State.

“And they have continued to accuse the outgoing government of looting. And in doing that, they have not been able to associate any government functionary with any of their false claims or show evidence of their claims.

“We have also been informed that they clashed with one of the Contractors, over some construction materials at the Heroes Square, when they prevented the Contractor from conveying the materials to his site and had tried to move the materials, but the Contractor resisted them.

“The PDP members have not changed and will never change, with their awkward attitude this time. The irony also is that, in doing these absurd things, they do not care how the generality of Imo people feel. This is regrettable.”

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I’m Still A Bonafide Member Of APC And I Have No Plan To Dump The Party — Okorocha

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Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has said pictorial image being circulated on the social media, depicting his discussions with some officials of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), to join the party, is not true.

Okorocha has been placed on suspension by the All Progressives Congress (APC).

In his reaction, at the weekend, Okorocha’s Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Sam Onwuemeodo, urged the public to disregard such picture, accusing his political detractors as being behind such postings, clarifying that the picture in question was taken long ago.

The governor believed the declaration of PDP candidate as the governor- elect by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), was wrongly done.

The statement said:

“This photograph is as old as the APC government in 2015. But those who were declared winner of the governorship election in lmo with votes from the three local councils of Mbaise have been making fruitless efforts to blackmail Governor Rochas Okorocha to see if that could help them go free with their electoral fraud. They posted this picture on social media with badly written statement and falsely claiming that the governor was in a PDP meeting today. ”

Okorocha said he was optimistic that any stolen mandate would be retrieved at the appropriate time.

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What Will Happen To Nigeria – Saraki Raises Alarm

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President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, on Friday, said that Nigeria was sitting on a time bomb if it doesn’t create jobs.

Saraki, who made the assertion while delivering a goodwill message at the Body of Benchers Nigeria Award Night in Abuja, according to a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sanni Onogu, added that the judiciary was also key to ensuring sustainable economic development of the country.

He stated that there must be a concerted drive towards consolidation of democracy, liberalization of the economy, and ensuring the rule of law.

Saraki said: “No two ways around this. In the next few decades, the population of Nigeria and the continent – including the youth demographic – is set to increase exponentially.

“The challenge ahead is to see how we can reduce poverty and create jobs for the youth whose numbers will treble in the coming years.

“They are not a generation that will sit idly by and watch their aspirations fade. Without inclusive government that creates jobs and opportunities, we are sitting on a time-bomb.

“We must act fast, and the Judiciary has an important role to play in ensuring sustainable economic success that is predicated upon a more democratic environment.

“The job creation stimulus we are seeking requires investment, and this depends on democratic stability. It follows, therefore, that the types of government that emerge must be through a democratic process that builds on the confidence of the people.

“Our ability to produce effective solutions has never been more in demand. From the threats and opportunities of information development, sharing, management, manipulations aided by technology to the changing dynamics of terrorism, we must remake a judicial process that is integrity assured and delivers in good time.

“This requires the legislature and the judiciary to engage more and share ideas, more than is currently the case. We must have a society where truth and justice are seen to prevail, where men and women will believe that the system will always stand by the truth.

“Politicians and business people must know that power and money cannot trump truth and justice and that the law bends for no one. It must be clear that the corruption of money will always lose out.

“Benchers are key to instilling that confidence. Inconsistency will only create problems further down the line. Fear of man cannot be the driving imperative of what we do.

“It must be the Constitution. In any case, history has shown us that power is transient. Posterity is the goal,” he stated.

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