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Nigeria Decides: 100 Days to go, INEC restates loyalty to Nigerians

Ahead of the 2023 Elections in 100 days time, INEC says no going back on introduction of the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) and the INEC Result Viewing Portal   The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has reiterated its loyalty and commitment to the people of Nigeria, declaring its determination to conduct a free and fair electoral exercise in the 2023 general elections. In a message signed by its National Chairman, Prof Mahmood Yakubu, INEC...

#FactFile: Breakdown of the 2023 Election Budget

Nigeria’s election management body would be spending at least N305 billion on the 2023 Elections, with an estimated $5.39 to be spent per voter (using an estimate of 100m registered voters). This week’s episode of our Parliament Fact File is a breakdown of the 2023 Election Budget as prepared by the Independent National Electoral Commission and approved by the National Assembly for the crucial polls   BREAKDOWN OF THE 2023 ELECTION BUDGET S/N Item Cost...

#NewsRoundup: 2023 Census won’t affect elections, Court sacks Taraba Senator

Across the length and breadth of Nigeria, here are the biggest stories around Nigeria’s legislators and the institution of parliament you mustn’t miss this Friday: Defection: Court Sacks Senator Bwacha, gives reason A Federal High Court in Taraba has reportedly sacked a federal lawmaker, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha following his defection from the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC). In his ruling on Thursday, Justice Simon Amobeda ordered Bwacha to immediately vacate...

#RoadTo2023: In Nasarawa, who blinks first? Governor Sule or Hon. Ombugadu?

A battle of familiar foes in the North Central will be reignited next February. Check out this analysis by OrderPaper’s Ibrahim Gaddafi Tanko to see who is likely to blink first between the former private sector giant and ex-lawmaker As the tussle over who occupies the Nasarawa State Government House come 2023 gathers steam, the race appears to be taking the shape of a two-horse contest. As in 2019, two familiar arch-rivals, incumbent Governor Abdullahi Sule, of the...

#NewsRoundup: INEC moves deadline for PVC registration, Omo-Agege picks Delta lawmaker as running mate

OrderPaperToday- Across the length and breadth of Nigeria, here are the biggest stories around Nigeria’s legislators and the institution of parliament you mustn’t miss this Friday: INEC moves deadline for PVC registration –Sponsored Content — The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced a shift in the deadline for the Continuous Voters Registration (CVR); directed all Electoral Commissioners to continue the exercise pending further directives. The electoral management body made the disclosure in a statement issued...

Senator clears the air on sponsorship of bill renaming Kaduna State

Following speculations about President Muhammadu Buhari’s assent to a Bill renaming  Nigeria’s Northwest State, Kaduna as Zazzau State, one of the alleged co-sponsors of the Senate reacts The lawmaker representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Senator Uba Sani has refuted reports about him sponsoring a bill to rename Kaduna State or for the creation of Zazzau State. As contained in a statement he issued on Monday. he described the reports as concocted, subversive, malicious, and false information. “My...

Seats of 3 Ebonyi PDP lawmakers declared vacant | What You Should Know

OrderPaperToday – The last is yet to be heard in Ebonyi, as regards the political drama rocking the South-East State. This comes as the State House of Assembly on Tuesday declared the seats of three members of the parliament elected under the platform of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) vacant. The decision according to reports followed the resignation of the three lawmakers, Ali Okechukwu (Ishielu North); Franca Okpo (Abakaliki North), and Victor Aleke (Ebonyi West) through three letters purportedly written by them. –Sponsored...

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