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A former Governor of Bauchi State, Malam Isa Yuguda, has said his group will mobilise five million voters to support President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election bid.

2019 ELECTIONS! Buhari Is Getting 5 Million Votes Here, Forget PVC Isa Yuguda

Yuguda, who is the chairman of the group, Miners for Buhari/Osinbajo (M4BO), said the effort of the President Buhari-led administration in the mining sector was taking Nigeria out of doldrums, hence the resolve of miners to support the government.

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At a press briefing in Abuja, Yuguda said, “Based on series of consultation, we have seen the need for miners in Nigeria to come together and support the programme of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, to succeed in the forthcoming general elections,” he said.

2019 ELECTIONS! Buhari Is Getting 5 Million Votes Here, Forget PVC Osinbajo in Lagos

Yuguda said as a result of the enabling policies/reforms that were brought in by this administration in the mining sector, over five million miners had taken to the field.

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The convener of the event, Alhaji Saleh Katsina, said revenue generation in the mining sector had improved from N2.08bn in 2015 to N3.92bn in 2017.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Melaye vs Adeyemi: INEC fixes date for fresh Kogi West election

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The Kogi West Senatorial rerun election involving Sen Dino Melaye of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and Sen Smart Adeyemi of the All Progressives Congress, APC, is to hold on Nov. 16, according to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

INEC, in a statement signed by Mr. Festus Okoye, Chairman of its Information and Voter Committee, said that the senate election would hold simultaneously with the Kogi governorship election.

Okoye, INEC National Commissioner, in a statement made available to newsmen on Monday in Abuja, said that another by-election for the Sabuwa State Constituency in Katsina State had been slated for Nov. 30.

“The decision was taken at the commission’s meeting held on Monday,” the statement said.

He said that the fresh election was sequel to the nullification of the Kogi West Senatorial District election conducted on Feb. 23, by the Election Petitions Tribunal and its subsequent affirmation by the Court of Appeal.

The Court of Appeal had upheld the ruling of the Election Petitions Tribunal, which nullified the election of Sen. Dino Melaye (PDP), following a suit filed by Sen. Smart Adeyemi of the APC.

The Appeal Court, on Oct. 11, 2019, ordered INEC to conduct a fresh election within 90 days from the date of judgment with all those who participated in it as eligible candidates.

Okoye appealed to the candidates and political parties to conduct issue-based campaigns.

“We also enjoin stakeholders to eschew violence and avoid acts capable of creating apprehension or a sense of fear before, during and after the elections,’’ he said.

Okoye also disclosed that following extensive consultations with stakeholders and a review of the security situation with the relevant security agencies, the Commission fixed Nov. 30 for the conduct of bye-election in Sabuwa State Constituency, Katsina State.

He recalled that the Katsina State House of Assembly, via a letter with Reference Number KTSHA/PER/HON/l24/VOL.l/24, dated Sept. 26, notified INEC of the death of Mustapha Abdullahi, who represented the constituency, and and subsequently declared the seat vacant.

He said that the Commission would issue the Notice of Election on Oct. 23, while the conduct of party primaries would take place between Oct. 24 and Nov. 6.

According to Okoye, the last day for the submission of personal particulars of candidates (form CF001), and the list of candidates (Form CFOO2), is Nov. 8.

“The last day for the submission of names and addresses of polling agents is Nov. 15, while campaigns will end on Nov. 28,” he said.

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MIXED REACTIONS AS ATIKU INSISTS HE MUST GET JUSTICE

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Nigerians have expressed mixed opinions towards the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the last Presidential poll, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s resolve to “go all the way” to ensure justice is served as regards he petition on the February 23 poll.

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In a Friday twitter message, the ex Vice President addressed the September 11 ruling by the presidential Election Petition Tribunal, PEPT – which upheld the election victory of his rival, President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

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Atiku started by thanking Nigerians for their support in a long twitter thread.

He went on to declare “nothing good comes easy” suggesting he would go all the way to reclaim what he refers to as “his stolen Mandate”

You can read the complete twitter thread by clicking  here

Meanwhile read below, how Nigerians have reacted;

You too can join the conversation, what’s your take on this? Drop your comments below.

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