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Jigawa Election: APC Wins All House Of Assembly Seats

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All Progressives Congress (APC), has won all House of Assembly seats in the 30 constituencies of Jigawa State

Results announced on Sunday, March 9 by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the state are:

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1. Gagarawa LGA
Ibrahim Husaini Kadeta of APC – 15,405.

Mutari Ibrahim Gonga PDP – 8,368.

2. Buji LGA

Sale Baba A of APC – 21,297.

Isa Bello Gwadayi of PDP – 9,312.

3. Guri LGA

Suleiman Musa Kadira of APC – 20,851.

Muhammad Umar of PDP – 7,346.

4. Gwiwa LGA

Aminu Zakari of APC – 20,207.

Isah Alasan Korayal of PDP – 7,674.

5. Kanya constituency, Babura LGA.

Usman H Isah of APC – 17,321.

Mansur Danladi of PDP 4,375.

6. Kazaure LGA

Bala Hamza Gada of APC – 21,505

Zakari Tura A of PDP – 3,105

7.Kiri kasamma LGA

Aliyu Ahmad Aliyu of APC – 26,109

Abdu Muhammad of PDP – 9,223.

8. Gumel LGA

Sani Isiyaku of APC – 15,709

Aliyu Muhd of PDP – 4,907

9. Auyo LGA

Ishaq Sani of APC – 27,487

Haruna Bako Uzza of PDP – 7,766

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10.Bulangu constituency, KHS LGA.

Yusif Ahmed Soja Bulangu of APC – 14,886.

Muhd Abdullahi Bulangu of PDP – 7,327.

11. Taura LGA

Dayyabu Shehu APC – 32,216.

Lawan Idi Kwalam of PDP – 11,528.

12. Hadejia LGA

Abubakar Sadiq Muhd of APC – 25,383.

Suleiman Dawaki of PDP – 6,030.

13. Kaugama LGA

Sani Sale of APC – 23,481.

Ibrahim Muhd Abega of PDP – 7,809.

14. Mallam Madori LGA.

Kais Abdullah of APC – 27,400.

Muhd Nagaru of PDP – 7,432.

15. Dutse LGA

Musa Sule Dutse of APC – 43,176.

Shehu Umar Chamo of PDP – 14,483.

16. Ringin LGA

Aminu Sule Sankara of APC – 41,458.

Murtala Abubakar Muhd of PDP – 27,864.

17. Gwaram Constituency

Isah Idris of APC – 31,713.

Abubakar Sani of PDP – 7,343.

18. Fagam constituency, Gwaram LGA.

Shuaibu Inuwa of APC – 26,312.

Hannafi Yakubu of PDP – 4,911.

19Babura constituency

kabiru Isah of APC – 26,043.

Isah Ubale of PDP – 4,610.

20. Sule Tankarkar

Abubakar Muhd Said of APC – 31,991.

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Muhd Mujitafa of PDP – 12,319.

21. Roni LGA

Hassan Usman Alto Roni of APC – 19,344.

Babangida Muhd of PDP – 4,904.

22. Maigatari LGA

Habu Muhd of APC – 25,872.

Sunusi Wada Salisu of PDP – 12,483.

23. Kafin Hausa LGA.

Adamu Baban Bare of APC – 22,591.

Yahaya Yusif of PDP – 7,324.

24. Birniwa LGA

Husaini Sheriff Kirya APC – 24,993
Ali Idris Diginsa of PDP – 12,227

25. Jahun LGA

Idris Garba Kareka of APC – 41,872
Idris Ilyasu Danlawan of PDP – 15,938

26. Yankwashi LGA

Abdulrahaman Alkassim of APC – 11,616.
Musa Abdullahi Karkarna of PDP – 5,487.

27. Garki LGA

Muhammad Lawan Garba APC – 33,523.
Wada Usman Garki PDP scored 15,747.

28. Kiyawa LGA

Yahaya Mohammad of APC – 36,216.

Ado Ibris Andaza of PDP – 12,749.

29. Birnin Kudu LGA

Muhammad Surajo of APC – 28,182.

Abdullahi Yunusa of PDP – 22,568.

30. Balungu LGA

Yusif Ahmed Bulangu of APC – 14,886

Muhd Abdullahi Bulangu of PDP – 7,327

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Why Aisha Buhari Is Demanding Mallam Garba Shehu’s Resignation

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The resignation of Mallam Garba Shehu,  the Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, has been demanded by the First Lady, Hajia Aisha Buhari.

Hajia Buhari made the demand in a statement she personally signed and released in the early hours of Wednesday.

She accused the presidential spokesman of taking instruction from President Buhari’s cousin, Mamman Daura, in the early days of the Administration, to declare that there will not be the Office of the First Lady, a development she said embarrassed her husband.

She also accused him of releasing the video in which she had an altercation with the Daura family to the press, adding that his loyalty is not to anyone or group.

The statement, titled: “Garba Shehu Has Gone Beyond His Boundaries,” reads in full:

Nigeria’s development is hinged on the ability of public officials to execute their mandates professionally and to be shining examples in their various areas of endeavor. It is not a good sign when officials abandoned their responsibility and start clutching at straws.

As a spokesperson of the President, he has the onerous responsibility of managing the image of the President and all the good works that he is executing in the country. Rather than face this responsibility squarely, he has shifted his loyalty from the President to others who have no stake in the compact that the President signed with Nigerians on May 29, 2015, and 2019.

To make matters worse, Mr. Shehu has presented himself to these people like a willing tool and executioner of their antics, from the corridors of power even to the level of interfering with the family affairs of the President. This should not be so.

The blatant meddling in the affairs of the First Lady of a country is a continuation of the prodigal actions of those that he serves. We all remember that the chief proponent appropriated to himself and his family a part of the Presidential Villa, where he stayed for almost 4 years and when the time came for him to leave, he orchestrated and invaded my family’s privacy through a video circulated by Mamman’s Daughter, Fatima, the public was given the impression that on arrival into the country I was locked out of the villa by Mr. President. Garba Shehu as Villa Spokesperson knew the truth and had the responsibility to set the records straight, but because his allegiance is somewhere else and his loyalty misplaced, he deliberately refused to clear the air and speak for the President who appointed him in the first place. Consequently, his action has shown a complete breakdown of trust between the First Family and him.

Mr. Shehu was privy and part of the plan and its execution and he was shocked when he realized that I had publicized my return to Nigeria on October 12, 2019, and cleared the air on the many rumors that took over social media, a job he was supposed to do but kept mute to cause more confusion and instability for his Principal and his family.

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Garba then, vented his anger on the National Television Authority (NTA) Management insisting that the media crew to my office must be sacked. He succeeded in getting them suspended for doing their job. I had to intervene to save the innocent staff from losing their means of livelihood by involving the Department of State Services (DSS) in order to ascertain roles played by key actors in the saga.

It is at this late hour that I recall, sadly, that it was the same Garba Shehu who claimed that the government will not allow the office of the First Lady to run. He was later to confirm to one of my aides that he was instructed to say so by Mamman Daura and not the President. This antic attracted the anger of Nigerian women. He didn’t realize the fact that First Lady’s office is a tradition that has become an institution.

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Today, even without a budget, I am able to run my humanitarian programmes.

In saner climes, Garba Shehu would have resigned immediately after going beyond his boundaries and powers.

GARBA SHEHU NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS KIND OF BEHAVIOR WILL NO LONGER BE TOLERATED.

The latest of his antics was to wage a war on the first family through an orchestrated media campaign of calumny by sponsoring pseudo accounts to write and defame my children and myself.

Based on Garba Shehu’s misguided sense of loyalty and inability to stay true and loyal to one person or group, it has become apparent that all trust has broken down between him and my family due to the many embarrassments he has caused the Presidency and the first family. We all have families to consider in our actions and therefore it is in the best interest of all concerned for Garba Shehu to take the advice of the authority, given to him sometimes in the first week of November 2019.

Sources in the Presidential Villa said Mallam Shehu was advised to resign at the time.

The presidential spokesman was not available for comment on Wednesday.

Shehu was said to have traveled with President Buhari to Egypt for an official function.

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House Of Reps To Investigate DSS Over Court Invasion

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The House of Representatives has revealed that it will investigate the controversial invasion of a Federal High Court in Abuja by the Department of State Service (DSS) in a bid to rearrest Omoyele Sowore.

The decision was taken after minority leader, Ndudi Elumelu, raised the matter during plenary.

Channels TV reports that the House on Tuesday, December 10, mandated its committees to investigate the circumstances surrounding the re-arrest of Sowore after the minority leader, Ndudi Elumelu, raised the matter during plenary.

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The lawmaker faulted the reported action of the DSS as an abuse on the sanctity of the courtroom. He said the invasion of the courtroom by DSS operatives can be seen as one arm of government attempting to overpower another.

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Adamu Replaces Banire As AMCON Chairman

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President Muhammadu Buhari has sacked Muiz Banire as the Chairman of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).

Pending his confirmation by the Senate, Edward Lametek Adamu will replace Banire as the substantive chairman of the agency.

President Buhari on Tuesday, December 10, sent a formal request to the Senate for the confirmation of a newly appointed chairman,  Adamu.

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The request, which was contained in a letter dated Monday, December 9, was read on the floor by the president of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan.

“In accordance with section 10(1) of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) act, 2010, I hereby present Mr. Edward Lametek Adamu, for confirmation as chairman of the asset management corporation of Nigeria by the distinguished Senate. The new chairman for the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), Edward Lametek Adamu. “While hoping that this request will receive the usual expeditious consideration of the Senate, please accept, distinguished Senate president, the assurances of my highest consideration.”

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