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INEC: Edo Election: Why Collation Is Delayed  

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says that delay in the receipt of collated results of the governorship election from local government areas in Edo has delayed the collation at the state level. INEC National Commissioner May Agbamuche-Mbu announced this on Sunday in Benin. Agbamuche-Mbu, INEC commissioner incharge of Edo, Bayelsa and Rivers, is the commissioner overseeing the Edo election. Addressing newsmen and party agents at the state collation centre, INEC headquarters, Benin, she said that results were still being expected from the 18 local government areas of the state.…

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Edo Poll: From Results So Far, We’re Happy, Says Gov Wike,

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State on Saturday commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and security agencies for the peaceful conduct of Edo governorship election. Wike who gave the commendation while addressing journalists at Government House, Benin said: “For now I don’t have power to announce results, but from the reports we are getting so far from the field, I think we are happy. “I want to commend INEC so far for making sure that people voted in different polling units. “I will also commend the security agencies so far…

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Edo Poll: INEC Gives Voters 2:30 Deadline To Be At Polling Unit

The INEC National Commissioner for Voter Education and Publicity, Mr Festus Okoye, has said that as long as a registered voter comes to the Polling Unit before 2:30 pm they will be allowed to vote regardless of how long the process takes. Okoye while explaining what steps taken for a smooth election which holds today Saturday said: “No registered voter who comes to the Polling Unit Tomorrow will be disenfranchised,”. This is the first major election organised by the Independent National Electoral Commission in the COVID-19 era and it is…

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IGP Orders Restriction Of Vehicular Movement During Edo Guber Election

  In line with concerted efforts at ensuring public order and safety, during the forthcoming Edo Gubernatorial election slated to hold on Saturday, 19th September, 2020, the Inspector General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, has ordered the restriction of vehicular movement from 11:59PM on Friday, 18th September, 2020 – 6pm on Saturday, 19th September, 2020.  The IGP notes that the restriction order is informed by the need to prevent the free flow, circulation and use of illicit arms and hard drugs and checkmate the movement of political thugs and touts and other criminally-minded individuals especially…

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Edo 2020: Without Peace, There Won’t Be Elections, Says Abubakar

The Chairman of the National Peace Committee, retired Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar, on Monday in Benin said that members of his committee were in the state to assist in ensuring that the Sept. 19 gubernatorial election was conducted peacefully. Abubakar stated this while addressing the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), governorship candidate, Gov. Godwin Obaseki, ahead of the peace pact by all parties involved in the elections. According to him, the political temperature in the state has been high in some areas for some time, and the peace committee decided to assist…

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Housewife Threatens Divorce Over Husband’s Delay In Ejaculation

……in Delta An Ogwashi Uku Community in Delta State housewife identified as Chinyere Ngbala has threatened to divorce her husband of twenty years over delay in ejaculation during intercourse which she attributed his frequent eating of dog meat delicacy. Chinyere Ngbala who spoke to our Correspondent alleged that the dogmeat which her husband frequently eats, had resulted in the delay in ejaculation during love making with her. She said: “My husband no longer come into me so easily as he used to be after he resumed eating dogmeat at a…

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Storey Building Collapses, Kills One, Four Others In Critical Condition

… In Delta The disaster which occurred on Saturday during a heavy rainfall in Okwe quarters, Asaba, Delta State that left a storey building collapsed, has claimed the life of one person, while four Others are currently in critical health condition. Eyewitness Richard Nnamdi said that the building caved in when the heavy rainfall was worsened by torrential gully erosion menace in the area, a situation that resulted in the death of one person whose name was unknown as the time of this report , while the landlord of the…

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Lover Hits Woman With Axe Accusing Her Of Reducing Strength, Length Of His Manhood

A middle-aged divorced woman with two children identified as Augustina Johwo in Ughelli town in Delta State was on Thursday allegedly battered with axe by her lover following a major dispute the previous night. The suspect identified as Anthony Edijala, 39 years old, has been arrested as disclosed by the Police Commissioner in the State, Hafiz Muhammed Inuwah who also confirmed to Journalists in Asaba on Friday that the suspect was arrested on the spot of the incident where he (suspect) allegedly hit the victim with battle axe, accusing her…

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Edo 2020: Butchers Endorse Obaseki For 2nd Term, Show Solidarity

Butchers in Edo on Wednesday shutdown abattoirs, meat markets and shops in the state in solidarity for the reelection of Gov. Godwin Obaseki. The butchers took to major streets in Benin with a life cow to demonstrate their trade in solidarity with the state governor with their usual slogan of 4+4 and re-echoing of ‘Togba’ meaning complete. Speaking with newsmen in Benin, the President, Association of Edo State Practicing Butchers, Mr Paul Odigie, said they were out to drum support for Obaseki based on his developmental strides in the state.…

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Okowa Attributes Nation’s Insecurity To Unchecked Population Growth, Poverty

Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has attributed the security challenges inhibiting socio-economic development of the nation to a multiplicity of factors including high rate of poverty, unemployment and the geometrical increase in the population of the country. Governor Okowa disclosed this while playing host to the Country’s Representative of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), Mr. Vladimir Kreck and the Director General of the National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies (NILDS), Prof. Abubakar Suleiman who were in Government House, Asaba for a courtesy call. He said that there was need to…

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