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MC Oluomo Not In Critical Condition, Says Associate




An associate of MC Oluomo, the Lagos State National Union of Road Transport Worker (NURTW), top shot has refuted claims that he is in a critical condition.

The social media has been agog with speculation that the stabbed union boss who was rushed to Eko Hospital for treatment following a knife attack during the Lagos state All Progressive Congress (APC), gubernatorial rally is in a critical condition.

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Reacting to the speculation, Kokozaria, an associate of MC Oluomo refuted the claim, saying that his boss is in a very stable and sound condition.

In his words:

“My boss is perfectly okay and alright. Oluomo State Chairman 2019 o ti set, he is the one already I pray God will continue to guide and protect us all. 2019 our enemies will run.”

According to thet Nigerian Police, MC Oluomo was stabbed by members of the NURTW and several of the hoodlums who took in disrupting the rally have since been arrested, while others have been declared wanted.

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APC Cheiftain Escapes Death In Enugu



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A chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC) narrowly escaped death following an attack by unidentified gun men in Enugu.

The men shot severally at Prince Okugo Nwanjoku at Ogbaku town, Awgu LGA of Enugu State.

Nwanjoku, the son of a former chairman of PDP in Enugu State, His Royal Highness, Igwe Onyioha Nwanjoku of Odumo town, Aninri LGA of the State was returning from his hometown, Odumo, when he attacked by the men suspected to be hired assassins.

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Speaking on the attack, the APC chieftain said that he was returning from Odumo, when the gunmen attacked him.

Though unconfirmed, three bullets said to have been lodged in his head were said to have been removed by his doctor.

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Supreme Court: Hearing On Adeleke, Oyetola’s Guber Suits Begins



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The Supreme Court has commenced hearing in the appeal filed before it by the gubernatorial candidate of Peoples Democratic Paryy (PDP), Senator Ademola Adeleke.

Following the September 22nd governorship election in the state, Senator Ademola Adeleke challenged the declaration of Governor Isiaka Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as governor.

The suit was filed following the decalaration of Governor Oyetola as winner of the state governorship election by the Court of Appeal on March 9, 2019.

Recall that the Court of Appeal had upturned the verdict of the State Election Petition Tribunal which had declared Senator Adeleke as the winner based on irregular composition of judges of the lower tribunal, where the judge who delivered the majority judgment, Justice Peter Obiorah, was absent in the proceedings of the lower court, affected the right of the appellant to fair hearing.

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The five member panel of justices, which was presided by Justice Jummai Sankey, also upheld 10 out of the 12 issues raised by Governor Adegboyega Oyetola of the APC that the lower tribunal lacked the jurisdiction to entertain some of the grounds of the petition brought by Adeleke over the September 22, 2018 governorship election.

It held that having ruled that the claims of over-voting and voiding of valid votes were unproven by the tribunal in the 17 polling units out of 3,010 polling units in the state, the non-compliance was not substantial to proceed to compute and deduct votes.

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However, Adeleke and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) rejected the verdict and proceeded to the Apex Court urging it to set aside the decision of the Court of Appeal which was in favour of Oyetola of the APC.

Adeleke also contended that the Court of Appeal erred in law when it upheld the appeals by APC and INEC, challenging the decision of the tribunal.


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Blame Political Parties, Stakeholders For Lapses Of 2019 Election-INEC



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Alhaji Baba Shettima Arfo, a commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has blamed the shortcomings of the 2019 elections on political parties and some stakeholders in the election process.

He revealed this during a State Level Post Election Review meeting in Gombe State.

Speaking, he defended INEC on the 2019 elections adding that improving the elections is not solely the responsibility of the commission.

“Though the conduct of election is solely the responsibility of INEC, political parties, critical stakeholders and other actors in the country must also improve what concerns them during elections.

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Alhaji Arfo further said “This is a vast country, it is not INEC alone that will improve our elections, although election is our own responsibility, but the political parties, the other actors in the country, they must also improve what concerns them during election.

“Something like simple party primary elections, some parties are not able to hold it properly, and things like violence, vote snatching, or even the lackadaisical attitude of the electorates, all these things are left for the parties to properly campaign among the electorates, to raise consciousness amongst the electorates, to come out and vote.”

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He said INEC is always training, retraining and retraining its staff, while adding that everybody has a role to play to make elections successful.

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