Supreme Court void APC candidates votes in Zamfara.

All votes for APC candidates in Zamfara during the general election is wasted.

The Supreme Court has void the elections of all the candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Zamfara State during the 2019 general elections.
The five-member panel of justices, in a unanimous judgment on Friday, held that the party in the state failed to conduct primaries in accordance with the party rules.
The Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad, declared the first runners-up in the 2019 general elections in the state as the winners of all the posts earlier declared to have been won by the APC and their candidates.

Release Certificate of Return to Rochas Okorocha – APC

We want INEC to release the certificate of return to Rochas Okorocha

Some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) were on a peaceful protest to the INEC today Wednesday.

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According to the protesters, the protest is a warning to INEC. They are demanding the release of the Certificate of Return to governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha.

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During the last general election, Okorocha won the senatorial seat which he contested and he has since then not given the certificate.

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The protesters has therefore given INEC Friday 24th of May as ultimatum for INEC to do the needful. Oresle, they promised to match millions of Nigerian to INEC office on Monday.

PDP lost the Presidential election because I left the party – Sen Godswill

Even if he has not left the party, President Muhammadu Buhari will still win the election because Nigerians want continuity and that is why he was re-elected.

Sen. Godswill Akpabio said his former party PDP lost the presidential election because he left the party and thousands followed him. The minority leader said his move to the ruling party APC demoralise his former party and made APC stronger.

He noted that even if he has not left the party, President Muhammadu Buhari will still win the election because Nigerians want continuity and that is why he was re-elected.

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He also said that he has not lost his senatorial mandate, that he was only robbed and believed justice will be done to restore his mandate.

“Those responsible, whether the REC in Akwa-Ibom State or those he instructed know the reality, my plea now is that they should announce my result.

“The reality is that I am asking for justice. Am saying that INEC should be bold enough to do the right thing.

“I am disappointed that a state with so much followership as far as the party is concerned, the state that loves President Buhari so much was not allowed as a result of a conspiracy to bring out the votes”.

Atiku is never destined to rule Nigeria – Oshiomhole

Was he going to rule Nigeria against our wish? Citizens must hold their leaders accountable to their policy choices.

The national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole has said former vice president, Atiku Abubakar was never destined to rule Nigeria.

He said this at a press conference while reacting to the Peoples Democratic Party candidate’s rejection of the election result.

“It borders on arrogance that our future is tied on his presidency. Atiku is destined never to be president of Nigeria.

“Leadership is about character. Atiku’s desperation is so obvious, so desperate that in 2003, he challenged his own boss, President Olusegun Obasanjo, not to do a second term.

“Was he going to rule Nigeria against our wish? Citizens must hold their leaders accountable to their policy choices. Even when he said even if he if he will die he will sell NNPC many believed that he has collected deposit,” Oshiomhole said.

Mr Abubakar’s fourth attempt to clinch the presidency was dashed in the just concluded presidential election when the incumbent president, Muhammadu Buhari was announced as winner.

He has said he will not accept the result of the election because the process was not fair and is seeking legal redress in court.

Mr Oshiomhole said Saturday’s election “was a referendum between ‘integrity’ and ‘no integrity’ and Nigerians have made their choice”.