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Presidential inauguration: Govt says probe our excesses if you see any

The Federal government has assured Nigerians of its preparedness to be held accountable for any act of irresponsibility in disbursing budgeted resources for national assignments, assuring the nation of a new era of probity, transparency and accountability.

An Open letter to Nigerian President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan

In my opinion your election as the President of the Federal republic of Nigeria was truly free and fair. You can therefore triumphantly claim your place in the political history of our great country as a man of your own words. We have whole heartedly and freely given you the baton but what you do with it now remains to be seen and entirely your choice.

House of Reps in election tsunamis sweep as less than a...

About 260 members of the House of Representatives will not return in June when the Seventh Session of the National Assembly will be inaugurated. Out of the number, seven won election into the Senate. The remaining 253 members lost out during their parties primaries and the general elections.

Attahiru Jega is tipped to vie for Nigeria's presidency

The National Association of Nigerian Students, Zone D gave a pass mark to the Attahiru Jega-led Independent National Electoral Commission {INEC} over the weekend for conducting violence-free and fair elections. According to the students, in view of this record, they have decided to endorse him as the president in 2015 if he shows interest.

Nigeria's finest hour as free and fair elections were held in...

Nigeria Election 2011 has turned out a miraculously a successful exercise, taking off from a seemingly hopeless foundation but finding a true and solid pillars in the determination of people through the grace of the almighty.

"Free and fair election?, This is just the beginning", says Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonaathan has thanked all Nigerians for their commitment to the sustenance of democracy in the country and most especially for the enthusiasm they have shown in the current elections.

PDP hit by election quake in Oyo, Lagos and Ogun states…...

A major political earthquake has hit the ruling People’s Democratic Party, loosing its foothold in a major political election tsunamis which has swept most of the party’s influences in South- Western Nigeria. The earlier tremor of Tuesday’s elections’ tsunamis had been felt by some states in April 9’s parliamentary election, in which saw many parliamentary of the ruling party going with the resulting whirlwindg. The preceding election   swept

Guber election: Still dicey as many candidates control in areas of...

The picture of the winner of the gubernatorial poll in Oyo state was still unclear late Tuesday as the candidates of the ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) and the Accord Party (AP) were leading in their respective areas of influence.

Governorship election Updates: get reports, tit-bits and results from here

The governorship and state Assembly elections are going on across the country. There has been no major disturbance except little or minor skirmishes in some states. here are some on the spot views as the election has been proceeding:

ACN/CPC: Why the romance crumbled and PDP GEJ rose again to...

The refusal of Tunde Bakare, the vice presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), to sign a postdated letter of resignation, has been largely blamed for the collapse of the alliance talks between the CPC and the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN). NEXT has obtained an exclusive copy of the contentious letter. Had Mr Bakare signed the letter, dated June 7, 2011, the clergyman would have been under compulsion to step down as vice president after eight days in the post if his party had won the last presidential election
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