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1) Court Cases Trail Ogun, Kano guber


Candidates who lost Saturday’s election for governor and their supporters protested the results and threatened to fight them in court yesterday. Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, supporters demonstrated in the states of Ogun and Nasarawa, while the All Progressives Congress in Kano State handed the Independent National Electoral Commission seven days to declare the state’s governorship election inconclusive.


2) Osun Electoral Tribunal to Consider National petitions



The Electoral Petitions Tribunal in Osun State, which will consider complaints arising from the National and state Assembly elections, has received no less than 14 applications, while its equivalent in Oyo State has received 20 petitions.


3) LP, PDP, Others Petition Election Tribunal to nullify Tinubu’s Victory



On Tuesday, four presidential candidates filed separate cases with the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal in Abuja, Nigeria, seeking to overturn the declaration of Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress as the victor of the presidential election held on February 25. Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, Peter Obi of the Labour Party, Solomon Okangbuan of the Action Alliance, and Chichi Ojei of the Allied People’s Movement are the petitioners.


4) INEC Break Silence on Abia Guber election result


The Independent National Electoral Commission has disputed a report that accused its chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, of attempting to manipulate the results of the governorship election in Abia State. In a statement released on Tuesday, the Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, Rotimi Oyekanmi, said that the only communication issued to the state Returning Officer was the commission’s request to halt further collation of results.


5) US critcises Nigeria Elections


The United States has criticised voter intimidation and rising violence that marred the Nigerian elections for governorship and state legislatures on Saturday. In a statement released on Tuesday, the US Embassy noted that the March 18 gubernatorial and state assembly elections looked to have seen considerable operational improvements.



6) Buhari Announces Readiness to leave office


President Muhammadu Buhari has announced his willingness to step down once again. On Tuesday at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, at a goodbye meeting with outgoing United States Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard, the Nigerian leader stated, “I am eager to depart.”



7) Zamfara imposes Curfew


The Zamfara State Government has enforced a statewide curfew following the election for governor. Information Commissioner Ibrahim Dosara stated in a statement that the move was implemented to prevent violence.



8) it’s my turn to be Senate President – Uzor Kalu


Senate Chief Whip Orji Uzor Kalu has announced his intention to run for Senate president in the tenth National Assembly. Kalu, who has been re-elected to represent Abia North in the Red Chamber, made this announcement on Tuesday while briefing reporters at the National Assembly.


9) Let Healing Process begin- Tinubu


President-elect Aswáju Bola Tinubu criticised what he termed “isolated” incidences of violations, racial slurs, and violence that followed the 2023 General Elections, stressing that the polls have concluded and the healing process can now commence.


10) PDP, LP lay claims to Enugu Guber Victory as protest rocks state


Yesterday, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party (LP) continued to lay claim to victory in the governorship elections in Enugu and Abia States. Both parties have persisted in exerting pressure on the Independent Electoral Commission, INEC, to disclose the results and declare their respective candidates the victor.


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11) Ogun ex-permanent secretary, wife found dead in Lagos home


Adefemi Egbeoluwa, a former permanent secretary in Ogun State, and his wife, Oluwafunmilayo, were discovered dead at their apartment in the Ikeja neighbourhood of Lagos State, near Allen Avenue. Their family is in mourning.


12)Court Makes Crucial Decision on Fayose’s Alleged N6.9bn Fraud


On Tuesday, the Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos, adjourned the trial of former Ekiti State governor Ayodele Fayose and his company, Spotless Investment Limited, for an alleged N6.9 billion fraud until May 8, 2023. Justice Chukujekwu Aneke adjourned the trial after hearing the testimony of Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, a former minister of state for defence and the twelfth prosecution witness.



13)Odumeje: I will die soon, my mission has been fulfilled — Anambra Pastor


Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohanere, the general overseer of The Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry in Onitsha’s Fegge, also known as Odumeje, has stated that he will soon pass away, having fulfilled his mission on earth. This was stated by Odumeje during the Sunday service as he informed his congregation that it was time for him to depart.



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14)‘RCCG Is A Christian Wing Of APC’ – Man Says As He Angrily Dumps Bishop Adeboye Church

A Nigerian man has taken to Twitter to declare that he will no longer attend his church – the Redeemed Christian Church of God. His decision comes just after the 2023 election. The man alleged that the church is the Christian arm of the All Progressives Congress



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15)Atiku Goes Berserk, Slams Fani-Kayode, Onanuga Over Verbal Attacks on Igbos


Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has criticised the All Progressive Congress (APC) leaders Bayo Onanuga and Femi Fani-Kayode for their persistent verbal attacks on the Igbo ethnic group in Lagos state. As reported by the Vanguard, Atiku issued this warning on March 20 via a statement issued by his media aide Phrank Shuaib.


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