Tuesday, 26 April 2011


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*PU 14/12/09/001. GOVERNORSHIP=PDP=34, PDC=24, LABOUR= 36, ACN=1,INVALID=8.
Akwa Ibom
*Governorship:PDP:497,LP 0, AcN O,APGA 0 AKWA IBOM / PRY SCH, EKA EDIENE
* PU 03/05/01/006 Governorship PDP: 594 All Other Parties 0
PU17/18/07/003 PDP- 154 ACN-48 ANPP-4 CPC-5 from Arzika , Zamfara
*PU:24/13/07/001 Shangisha Magodo Governorship result: ACN 192; PDP 12; PRP 1; invalid 3
*PU 24/08/04/027C LAGOS GOVERNORSHIP ACN:291. PDP:59. ACD:2.
*PU 24/16/10/081 Ilasamaja Ward Guber:PDP-45LABOUR-3,ADC-2,ANPP-1,APGA-2,ACN-126,VOID-7
*PU:24/04/02/029,AmuwoOdofin,Lagos. ACN:255 PDP:14 ADC:2 LP:2 NTP:2 NCP:1 Void:3
*PU 24/16/14/009 – Governor: Void-1 NTP-1 CPC -1 PDP-16 ACN-115 Total-134
*PU 24/16/14/009 – House of Rep: Void 3, NAC 1, ACPN 1, MPPP 1, NCP 1, PMP 2, NAP 2, CPC 3, LP 10, PDP 18, ACN 92. Total – 134.
*PU 24/15/08/030, UNILAG GATE; Governorship LP-2,PDP-18, ACN-126, void – 3.
*PU 24/04/07/023 Satellite town, Lagos. Gubernatorial. ACN:146 PDP:11 NTP:1 PRP:1
*PU 01/03/06/016 Governor PDP=47 APGA=1 PPA=15 State constituency PDP=43 PPA=16 APGA=1 PPP=1 PPN=1 NMDP=1
*In Ayakoromo in Burutu LGA, Bayelsa State, JTF seized all boats from the opposition voters allowing only PDP voters to cross the waters
2 INEC staff & 3 corps members caught w/ 600 thumbprinted at ward 1 PU 10 Ibadan, Oyo State – FRCN CorrespendentIn Ayakoromo in Burutu LGA, Bayelsa State, JTF seized all boats from the opposition voters allowing only PDP voters to cross the waters
Lagos/Nigeria – Police nab 4 persons in Mushin, Lagos for throwing firecrackers.
Chairman of Etinan, A’Ibom, thugs & INEC officials in N’ Iman wd 1 PU09 just hijack the ballot box + elxn materials.
ACN party agent is sharing N1000 for votes at PU/13/01/04/010 Ado Ekiti. ~Richard Ogunshina
All PUs in Obio/Akpo & Ikwere LGAs of Rivers State are provided with fake result sheets and some agents were beaten up by PDP thugs
Ade Dosunmu, the PDP gubernatorial candidate in Lagos says he will accept election result in good fate.
*Governorship election result for 24/13/02/015: ACN=180 PDP=10 LP=13 ALP=2 NNPP=1 ANPP=1 VOID=4
RESULT PU13/16/07/004 Reps ACN-66 PDP-25; Senate ACN-60 PDP-29; House of Assembly ACN-59 PDP29
Ipetu-ijesa,Osun State (PU: 29/28/10/003) ACN.102 LP.007 PDP.073
Ward 5 Oriade LG, Osun State. ACN: 573, PDP: 262, LP: 10, CPC: 12, PAC: 1.
Ipetu-ijesa,Osun State (PU: 29/28/10/003) ACN.102 LP.007 PDP.073
*”I have just returned from the polling unit in Lagos, where we were offered 1,000 each to vote ACN, I was of course shocked, naively, thinking that this tactic was limited only to the PDP”. — Olu Ojedokun
*In the PU Nahuche, Bungudu Local Government Area Zamfara State, the turn out was impressive compared to last Presidential election. Voting ihas just commenced.
*Multiple thumb-printing reported in unit 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 14, and 15. Ethiope West Wd 7 Oghara by PDP agents
*Unit 6 Ward 10 Erema Community. People who have been registered started voting without accreditation #NigeriaDecides
*Lagos/Nigeria – Voting commences in many polling units in Ikorodu.
*Benue/Nigeria-Military escorts INEC officials to deliver materials to Daudu, Guma Local Council
*Benue/Nigeria-State officials provide rice and palm wine at government house polling unit.
*ACPN- Sharing food for voter at mini campus polling unit 08 and 09 ilorin kwara
*We just learn’t that Muhammad Abacha supporters are swinging their votes in favor of the ANPP candidate, Takai. Looking at the performances of the various parties in the last National Assembly elections, one can predict the outcome of the Guber election with this new development
*Ogun: PPN officials bribing voters w/ N500 each 2 vote the party. Ward 9 Oliworo, Ijebu Ode LGA, Ogun State.
*234next: Ogun/Nigeria-Voters revolt over alleged missing voter register at Ward 5, Unit 2, in Abeokuta,as INEC officials are chased…


(CNN) — Nigeria will proceed with national gubernatorial elections Tuesday, despite continuing violence that has raised fears that an Islamist group will step up attacks against voters. Bomb blasts Monday in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Borno killed three people and wounded dozens, police said.
In one of three blasts, a bomb thrown from a motorcycle on which two young men were riding detonated, resulting in the three fatalities, said Michael Zukoma, police commissioner for Borno state.
Nigerian police told CNN that Boko Haram, an Islamist sect that has challenged Nigeria’s government, is responsible for the attacks, which they described as an attempt to intimidate voters who this month re-elected President Goodluck Jonathan, an Ijaw Christian from the south.
The explosions occurred a day after the Nigerian Red Cross reported that rural villages had held mass burials in northern Nigeria. Witnesses say that violence in the wake of Jonathan’s election has resulted in hundreds of deaths, though there is no official death toll. The government has provided few details.
This month’s election of Jonathan, who is from the majority-Christian southern part of the country, sparked violence in the Muslim-dominated north last week.
Concerns about ongoing violence led Nigerian election officials last week to delay the planned gubernatorial elections in two of Nigeria’s 36 states. Voters in Kaduna and Bauchi states will go to the polls Thursday.
Northern Muslims in some areas charged that the presidential election was rigged. Armed protesters in the region took to the streets chanting the name of former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, the main opposition front-runner.
The last election, four years ago, was widely condemned for rampant vote rigging, violence, theft of ballot boxes and intimidation.
While this month’s presidential election was marred by violence, reports of underage voting and logistical problems, observers said they considered it an improvement.
After he was declared the victor, Jonathan warned that persistent post-election violence could threaten the stability of the country.
“These acts of mayhem are sad reminders of the events which plunged our country into 30 months of an unfortunate civil war,” Jonathan said last week.
Jonathan was referring to a period of unrest in the 1960s that spawned a civil war in Nigeria.
Nigeria is Africa’s largest oil producer and its most populous nation, with 150 million people.

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