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Items filtered by date: February 2019

Niger Delta Voters Decide Fate Of Senate, Reps Candidates This Week

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The 2019 National Assembly elections in Bayelsa state will be epochal. TNN has been keenly monitoring the political events in the state as they unfold. The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has said that out of the over 91 registered political parties, 45 would be fielding candidates to participate in the general elections in the state.

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“Don't Kill Me”

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Mrs Victoria Gagariga, the Bayelsa woman who is now waiting for the hangman, after she was condemned to death by a Yenagoa high court for killing her husband, is now looking forward to the court of appeal to live. JOHN ODHE reports.

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Who Wins What In Rivers?

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As the countdown to the February 16 presidential and National Assembly elections draw close, there is palpable but understandable tension in the camp of the candidates of the various political parties over the outcome of the polls on that fateful day. While the odds are obviously in favour of the big players, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), some others such as African Democratic Congress (ADC), Accord Party and Social Democratic Party (SDP) are also making efforts to pull some dramatic stunts.

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God's Glory Has Left Buhari -Apostle Kure

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The national secretary and member of the national advisory board of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria PFN, Apostle Emmanuel Nuhu Kure has revealed what will happen to whoever will win the February 16, 2019 presidential election in Nigeria.

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Senate Election: Will Ukanafun Vote Akpabio?

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After the campaign rally of the APC in Ukanafun Local Government Area which held last Friday, so much dust has been raised as a result of the comments made by the immediate past governor of the state and representative  of the Ikot Ekpene Senatorial district in the National Assembly, Senator Godswill Akpabio.

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Panic, Tension, As Bayelsa Prepares To Vote

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This Saturday, February 16, the people of Bayelsa State will join the rest of the federating states to elect the next set of leaders who will run the affairs of the nation for the next four years. That day will mark the first round of the voting exercises as stipulated by the electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC. The first round of elections will determine who will occupy the Aso Rok Villa, the Nigerian seat of power, as the next president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. On the same day, the electorate will elect members of the National Assembly.

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On Ayade's 2019 Budget Of "Quabalistic Densification'

On Wednesday, February 6, 2019, the governor of Cross River State, Senator Ben Ayade, presented the 2019 appropriation estimate of N1, 043, 967, 000. 000 to the Cross River House of Assembly.

Tagged, a budget of "Quabalistic Densification", The Governor said that the budget proposal was spiritual and deserves the utmost prayers from Cross Riverians for a successful implementation by the state government.

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