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INEC declares Willie Obiano winner of Anambra governorship election

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ANAMBRA ELECTION: INEC declares Willie Obiano winner

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Sunday declared the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, and incumbent Governor, Willie Obiano, as the winner of the November 18, 2017 governorship election in Anambra State.INEC declares Willie Obiano winner of Anambra governorship election

At the end of the collation of results from the 21 LGAs, the Returnee Officer and Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Professor Zana Akpagu, made this declaration at the INEC office in Awka.

The governor who ran for a second term in office, polled 234,071 votes to beat Tony Nwoye of the All Progressives Congress, APC who came second with 98,752 votes.

Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Oseloka Obaze, came third in the November 18 contest with 70,293 votes.

Below is the results:
1. Ekwusigo LG Final Result:
APC = 5412
APGA= 8595
PDP= 3856
PPA – 38
UPP – 320

2. Onitsha North LG Final Result:
APC = 3,808
APGA = 10,138
PDP= 4,143
PPA – 42
UPP – 435

3. Njikoka LG Final Result:
APC = 5,756
APGA = 16,944
PDP= 3,477
PPA – 60
UPP – 108

4. Ayamelum LG Final Result:
APC = 5,412
APGA = 14,593
PDP= 2,323
PPA – 12
UPP – 77

5. Awka South LG Final Result:
APC = 6,167
APGA = 18,957
PDP= 5,354
PPA – 99
UPP – 150

6. Aguata LG Final Result:
APGA 13,I67
PDP 4073
APC 5807
PPA 1289
UPP –

7. Anaocha LG Final Result:
APC = 5,797
APGA = 11,237
PDP= 6,554
PPA – 68
UPP – 146

8. Ogbaru LG Final Result:
APC = 3,412
APGA = 6,615
PDP= 4,416
PPA – 75
UPP –

9. Orumba North Final Result:
APGA = 8766
PDP = 3865
APC = 3551
PPA = 132
UPP = 190

10. Anambra East Final Result:
APGA = 20,510
APC = 5,248
PDP = 1,132
PPA – 34
UPP –

11. Oyi LG Final Result:
APC = 5,085
APGA = 11,840
PDP= 1,296
PPA –
UPP –

12. Idemili South LG Final Result:
APC = 4,063
APGA = 5,742
PDP= 2,629
PPA = 55
UPP = 600

13. Ihiala LG Final Result:
APC = 7,894
APGA = 14,379
PDP= 4,706
PPA – 58
UPP – 128

14. Awka North LG Final Result:
APC = 3,727
APGA = 7,162
PDP= 3,347
PPA – 107
UPP – 92

15. Onitsha South LG Final Result:
APC = 2,012
APGA = 7,082
PDP= 3,423
PPA – 94
UPP –

16. Nnewi North LG Final Result:
APC = 3,616
APGA = 10,845
PDP= 4,157
PPA –
UPP –

17. Orumba South Final Result:
APC = 3,808
APGA = 8,125
PDP = 2,412
PPA- 150
UPP

18. Dunukofia Final Result:
APC = 7,016
APGA = 8,575
PDP = 1,530
PPA – 12
UPP – 106

19. Anambra West Final Result:
APC = 4,261
APGA = 8,152
PDP = 1,578
PPA –
UPP –

20. Nnewi South Result:
APC = 2765
APGA =10465
PDP = 3255
PPA –
UPP

21. Idemili North final result
APC = 4632
APGA = 12180
PDP = 2767
PPA – 109
UPP – 2847

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Having sex in car in public places not a crime – Nigeria Police

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Having sex in car in public places not a crime – Nigeria Police

The Nigeria Police has stated that having sex in a car in public places is not a crime.

The force through ACP Abayomi Shogunle who is in charge of Nigeria Police Public Complaint Response Unit (PPCRU) stated this on his official Twitter page.

According to Abayomi Shogunle, having sex in a car in a public place is not a crime.

Having sex in car in public places not a crime – Nigeria Police

He, however, stated conditions where the parties can be arrested for having sex in public place.

He wrote: “NO. Sex in a car in a public place is not a crime in Nigeria provided; 1. Location is not a place of worship.

  1. Parties are 18 yrs+
  2. The act is consensual (agreed to by parties)
  3. Parties are of the opposite sex if threatened with an arrest over above, please contact the police.”
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Why the man in Aso Rock is not Buhari – Ex-APC spokesperson, Abdullahi

Why the man in Aso Rock is not Buhari – Ex-APC spokesperson, Abdullahi

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Why the man in Aso Rock is not Buhari – Ex-APC spokesperson, Abdullahi

Former National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Bolaji Abdullahi, has shared his reasons the Muhammadu Buhari Nigerians voted into power in 2015 is not the same President at Aso Rock today.

Abdullahi, who was part of the mass defection from the ruling party, called on Nigerians to jump out of Buhari’s train, adding that the man presiding over the affairs of the nation today was not the leader Nigerians trooped out enmasse to elect in 2015.

He said this Monday in a chat with Vanguard in reaction to the vote of no confidence passed on President Buhari on Sunday by leaders of the Northern Elders’ Forum.

The Director, Communications and Strategies of the PDP, Presidential Campaign Organisation pointed out that he was not joining the cloning debate, but insisted however, that Buhari had dumped the principles for which he was widely adored.

Why the man in Aso Rock is not Buhari – Ex-APC spokesperson, Abdullahi

He said, “Some of us risked our political careers to rally round Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 and today we have realised that we are in a one-chance vehicle. But I say that having realized where we are, it is time to get down from that one-chance vehicle.

“The Northern Elders Forum was one of the strongest supporters of Buhari in 2015 but they have now realised that the Buhari we have today is the not the Buhari they voted for in 2015.

“The Buhari most of us risked our political careers for was the Buhari whose memory we carried with us since 1983. That Buhari had zero tolerance for corruption and was a strong -willed leader.

Why the man in Aso Rock is not Buhari – Ex-APC spokesperson, Abdullahi

“But the Buhari of today has been receiving corrupt people into his party who are hoping he will give them cover. Today, the position of the Northern Elders Forum has vindicated some of us who saw the wisdom in leaving the party (APC) to join the crusade to rescue Nigeria.”

Source: Dailypost

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