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Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Unblockable: 1:01pm On Aug 03, 2018
My attention has been drawn to a thread in the homepage with the headline "Where Are The Senators?: Channels TV Info-graphic" purportedly detailing the number of Senators the APC and PDP both have. The info there is incorrect, untrue and an attempt to misinform the public.

First, in the South South, it shows that APC has five Senators while the PDP has thirteen. That's untrue. APC has two Senators from Rivers, one from Akwa Ibom, one from Cross River, one from Delta and one from Edo State. All together, APC has six Senators in the South South but I can see five on the list. Do you guys need a soothsayer to tell you that the list is flopped? Lest i forget, PDP has twelve.

Now, in the Southeast, they claimed APC has two Senators from the zone while PDP has eleven. That's also false. In Ebonyi State, the Senator representing Ebonyi South Senatorial District, Sunday Ogbuoji has defected to the APC from PDP. In Anambra State, APC has Senator Andy Uba. APC also has two Senators from Anambra State. They are Ben Uwajumogu and Hope Uzodinma. It's now obvious APC has four Senators in the Southeast as against the two reported by Channels TV. PDP has ten while APGA has one from Anambra State, Senator Victor Umeh representing Anambra Central.

In the Southwest, the twelve allocated to APC is right. But the four allocated to PDP is untrue. PDP has two Senators from Ekiti State, the one they have in Ogun, Buruji Kashamu is no longer with them as he has been on suspension. Tejuoso that also claimed to have joined them in Ogun State has since gone back to APC. The two Senators that left APC in Oyo State defected to ADC. They have Senator Adeleke in Osun State. So all together, APC has twelve, PDP has three, ADC has two while one presently has no party.

In the Northwest, Mohammed Shittu joined the PDP in Jigawa State, Ibrahim Danbaba joined in Sokoto while Suleiman Hunkuyi joined in Kaduna. Danjumah Laah is Kaduna South is also a PDP Senator. PDP also has Kwankwaso from Kano. All in all, out of the twenty one Senatorial Districts in the zone, PDP has five Senators from, APC has fifteen while there's a vacant seat in Katsina after the death of an APC Senator. A by-election would hold there next week Saturday. As reported by Channels, APC has fourteen while PDP has six. That's also a lie.

In the Northeast, Channels TV claimed PDP has seven Senators while APC has nine. That's untrue. Two Senators recently joined the PDP in Bauchi State, the one that left APC in Adamawa, Senator Nyako, joined the ADC not PDP. PDP had one Senator in Gombe before Nafada joined them. So as it stands, they have two in Gombe and two in Taraba. All together, PDP has six Senators in the Northeast, APC has ten, ADC has one while one seat in Bauchi once occupied by an APC Senator is vacant.

In the North Central, PDP has all the three Senators from Kogi, all the three from Kwara, two from Nasarawa, two from Plateau and two from Benue and one from Abuja while APC has six from this zone so Channels is right on this.

Now, combining all the senators from all the zone, it clearly shows that APC has 53 Senators, PDP has 49 Senators, ADC has three, APGA has one, two vacant seat and one Senator without a party.

Breakdown!!

Southeast: PDP - 10, APC - 4 and APGA - 1
South South: PDP - 12 and APC - 6
Southwest: PDP - 3, APC - 12, ADC - 2 and one without a party.
North Central: PDP - 13 and APC - 6
Northeast: PDP - 6, APC - 10, ADC - 1 and one vacant seat.
Northwest: PDP - 5, APC - 15 and one vacant seat.

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by EverestdeBliu(m): 1:12pm On Aug 03, 2018
undecided

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by CecyAdrian(f): 1:12pm On Aug 03, 2018
Does it mean then that Channels TV that was codely an APC member has decamped to PDP too?

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by clinsman1: 1:12pm On Aug 03, 2018
I am laughing

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by dbynonetwork: 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
Senseless post....
Pdp=Apc

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by parizzz: 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
You people should continue CONFUSING YOURSELF.. WE will confuse them 2019 cool cool

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Nofav0rs(m): 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
Rubbish!!!

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by kayzat: 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
This is more correct that the previous post from the channels TV

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by MrPresident1: 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
Jesus is coming soon grin

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by BiafranBushBoy: 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
A useless country filled with useless people supporting useless politicians... even when they can feed their families well...

2019 will be the start of a new Era called "Hunger" in Nigeria...

I am not a soothsayer, but just start leaving Nigeria while you can!

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by adebayo201: 1:13pm On Aug 03, 2018
you try

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by WhiteApple: 1:14pm On Aug 03, 2018
Nigeria.
The same people. Different parties. We need people that are different and that would make a difference.

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by odi1278(m): 1:14pm On Aug 03, 2018
Keep deceiving yourself saraki is Senate PRESIDENT and there is nothing your self can do about it.
Unblockable:
My attention has been drawn to a thread in the homepage with the headline "Where Are The Senators?: Channels TV Info-graphic" purportedly detailing the number of Senators the APC and PDP both have. The info there is incorrect, untrue and an attempt to misinform the public.

First, in the South South, it shows that APC has five Senators while the PDP has thirteen. That's untrue. APC has two Senators from Rivers, one from Akwa Ibom, one from Cross River, one from Delta and one from Edo State. All together, APC has six Senators in the South South but I can see five on the list. Do you guys need a soothsayer to tell you that the list is flopped? Lest i forget, PDP has twelve.

Now, in the Southeast, they claimed APC has two Senators from the zone while PDP has eleven. That's also false. In Ebonyi State, the Senator representing Ebonyi South Senatorial District, Sunday Ogbuoji has defected to the APC from PDP. In Anambra State, APC has Senator Andy Uba. APC also has two Senators from Anambra State. They are Ben Uwajumogu and Hope Uzodinma. It's now obvious APC has four Senators in the Southeast as against the two reported by Channels TV. PDP has ten while APGA has one from Anambra State, Senator Victor Umeh representing Anambra Central.

In the Southwest, the twelve allocated to APC is right. But the four allocated to PDP is untrue. PDP has two Senators from Ekiti State, the one they have in Ogun, Buruji Kashamu is no longer with them as he has been on suspension. Tejuoso that also claimed to have joined them in Ogun State has since gone back to APC. The two Senators that left APC in Oyo State defected to ADC. They have Senator Adeleke in Osun State. So all together, APC has twelve, PDP has three, ADC has two while one presently has no party.

In the Northwest, Mohammed Shittu joined the PDP in Jigawa State, Ibrahim Danbaba joined in Sokoto while Suleiman Hunkuyi joined in Kaduna. Danjumah Laah is Kaduna South is also a PDP Senator. PDP also has Kwankwaso from Kano. All in all, out of the twenty one Senatorial Districts in the zone, PDP has five Senators from, APC has fifteen while there's a vacant seat in Katsina after the death of an APC Senator. A by-election would hold there next week Saturday. As reported by Channels, APC has fourteen while PDP has six. That's also a lie.

In the Northeast, Channels TV claimed PDP has seven Senators while APC has nine. That's untrue. Two Senators recently joined the PDP in Bauchi State, the one that left APC in Adamawa, Senator Nyako, joined the ADC not PDP. PDP had one Senator in Gombe before Nafada joined them. So as it stands, they have two in Gombe and two in Taraba. All together, PDP has six Senators in the Northeast, APC has ten, ADC has one while one seat in Bauchi once occupied by an APC Senator is vacant.

In the North Central, PDP has all the three Senators from Kogi, all the three from Kwara, two from Nasarawa, two from Plateau and two from Benue and one from Abuja while APC has six from this zone so Channels is right on this.

Now, combining all the senators from all the zone, it clearly shows that APC has 53 Senators, PDP has 49 Senators, ADC has three, APGA has one, two vacant seat and one Senator without a party.

Breakdown!!

Southeast: PDP - 10, APC - 4 and APGA - 1
South South: PDP - 12 and APC - 6
Southwest: PDP - 3, APC - 12, ADC - 2 and one without a party.
North Central: PDP - 13 and APC - 6
Northeast: PDP - 6, APC - 10, ADC - 1 and one vacant seat.
Northwest: PDP - 5, APC - 15 and one vacant seat.

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Kamelot77(m): 1:14pm On Aug 03, 2018
Transfer is still ongoing

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Didi2d(m): 1:14pm On Aug 03, 2018
Hmmmm
Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Samakus(m): 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
odikwanu egwu.

APC man said he's unblockable. Mods this is an affront on you. over

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by prettycindy18: 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
Okay
Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Sunofgod(m): 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
With defections taking place every hour there will always be discrepancies......

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Sleyanya1(m): 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
Much Ado about nothing... Finally, the same cartels will still rule us. Nigeria sha

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Destroe: 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by TheAdvocate(m): 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
Unblockable:
My attention has been drawn to a thread in the homepage with the headline "Where Are The Senators?: Channels TV Info-graphic" purportedly detailing the number of Senators the APC and PDP both have. The info there is incorrect, untrue and an attempt to misinform the public.

First, in the South South, it shows that APC has five Senators while the PDP has thirteen. That's untrue. APC has two Senators from Rivers, one from Akwa Ibom, one from Cross River, one from Delta and one from Edo State. All together, APC has six Senators in the South South but I can see five on the list. Do you guys need a soothsayer to tell you that the list is flopped? Lest i forget, PDP has twelve.

Now, in the Southeast, they claimed APC has two Senators from the zone while PDP has eleven. That's also false. In Ebonyi State, the Senator representing Ebonyi South Senatorial District, Sunday Ogbuoji has defected to the APC from PDP. In Anambra State, APC has Senator Andy Uba. APC also has two Senators from Anambra State. They are Ben Uwajumogu and Hope Uzodinma. It's now obvious APC has four Senators in the Southeast as against the two reported by Channels TV. PDP has ten while APGA has one from Anambra State, Senator Victor Umeh representing Anambra Central.

In the Southwest, the twelve allocated to APC is right. But the four allocated to PDP is untrue. PDP has two Senators from Ekiti State, the one they have in Ogun, Buruji Kashamu is no longer with them as he has been on suspension. Tejuoso that also claimed to have joined them in Ogun State has since gone back to APC. The two Senators that left APC in Oyo State defected to ADC. They have Senator Adeleke in Osun State. So all together, APC has twelve, PDP has three, ADC has two while one presently has no party.

In the Northwest, Mohammed Shittu joined the PDP in Jigawa State, Ibrahim Danbaba joined in Sokoto while Suleiman Hunkuyi joined in Kaduna. Danjumah Laah is Kaduna South is also a PDP Senator. PDP also has Kwankwaso from Kano. All in all, out of the twenty one Senatorial Districts in the zone, PDP has five Senators from, APC has fifteen while there's a vacant seat in Katsina after the death of an APC Senator. A by-election would hold there next week Saturday. As reported by Channels, APC has fourteen while PDP has six. That's also a lie.

In the Northeast, Channels TV claimed PDP has seven Senators while APC has nine. That's untrue. Two Senators recently joined the PDP in Bauchi State, the one that left APC in Adamawa, Senator Nyako, joined the ADC not PDP. PDP had one Senator in Gombe before Nafada joined them. So as it stands, they have two in Gombe and two in Taraba. All together, PDP has six Senators in the Northeast, APC has ten, ADC has one while one seat in Bauchi once occupied by an APC Senator is vacant.

In the North Central, PDP has all the three Senators from Kogi, all the three from Kwara, two from Nasarawa, two from Plateau and two from Benue and one from Abuja while APC has six from this zone so Channels is right on this.

Now, combining all the senators from all the zone, it clearly shows that APC has 53 Senators, PDP has 49 Senators, ADC has three, APGA has one, two vacant seat and one Senator without a party.

Breakdown!!

Southeast: PDP - 10, APC - 4 and APGA - 1
South South: PDP - 12 and APC - 6
Southwest: PDP - 3, APC - 12, ADC - 2 and one without a party.
North Central: PDP - 13 and APC - 6
Northeast: PDP - 6, APC - 10, ADC - 1 and one vacant seat.
Northwest: PDP - 5, APC - 15 and one vacant seat.

A senator without a party?!!!! undecided

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by odi1278(m): 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
Keep deceiving yourself. Saraki is Senate PRESIDENT and nothing you can do about it quote author=Unblockable post=69951146]My attention has been drawn to a thread in the homepage with the headline "Where Are The Senators?: Channels TV Info-graphic" purportedly detailing the number of Senators the APC and PDP both have. The info there is incorrect, untrue and an attempt to misinform the public.

First, in the South South, it shows that APC has five Senators while the PDP has thirteen. That's untrue. APC has two Senators from Rivers, one from Akwa Ibom, one from Cross River, one from Delta and one from Edo State. All together, APC has six Senators in the South South but I can see five on the list. Do you guys need a soothsayer to tell you that the list is flopped? Lest i forget, PDP has twelve.

Now, in the Southeast, they claimed APC has two Senators from the zone while PDP has eleven. That's also false. In Ebonyi State, the Senator representing Ebonyi South Senatorial District, Sunday Ogbuoji has defected to the APC from PDP. In Anambra State, APC has Senator Andy Uba. APC also has two Senators from Anambra State. They are Ben Uwajumogu and Hope Uzodinma. It's now obvious APC has four Senators in the Southeast as against the two reported by Channels TV. PDP has ten while APGA has one from Anambra State, Senator Victor Umeh representing Anambra Central.

In the Southwest, the twelve allocated to APC is right. But the four allocated to PDP is untrue. PDP has two Senators from Ekiti State, the one they have in Ogun, Buruji Kashamu is no longer with them as he has been on suspension. Tejuoso that also claimed to have joined them in Ogun State has since gone back to APC. The two Senators that left APC in Oyo State defected to ADC. They have Senator Adeleke in Osun State. So all together, APC has twelve, PDP has three, ADC has two while one presently has no party.

In the Northwest, Mohammed Shittu joined the PDP in Jigawa State, Ibrahim Danbaba joined in Sokoto while Suleiman Hunkuyi joined in Kaduna. Danjumah Laah is Kaduna South is also a PDP Senator. PDP also has Kwankwaso from Kano. All in all, out of the twenty one Senatorial Districts in the zone, PDP has five Senators from, APC has fifteen while there's a vacant seat in Katsina after the death of an APC Senator. A by-election would hold there next week Saturday. As reported by Channels, APC has fourteen while PDP has six. That's also a lie.

In the Northeast, Channels TV claimed PDP has seven Senators while APC has nine. That's untrue. Two Senators recently joined the PDP in Bauchi State, the one that left APC in Adamawa, Senator Nyako, joined the ADC not PDP. PDP had one Senator in Gombe before Nafada joined them. So as it stands, they have two in Gombe and two in Taraba. All together, PDP has six Senators in the Northeast, APC has ten, ADC has one while one seat in Bauchi once occupied by an APC Senator is vacant.

In the North Central, PDP has all the three Senators from Kogi, all the three from Kwara, two from Nasarawa, two from Plateau and two from Benue and one from Abuja while APC has six from this zone so Channels is right on this.

Now, combining all the senators from all the zone, it clearly shows that APC has 53 Senators, PDP has 49 Senators, ADC has three, APGA has one, two vacant seat and one Senator without a party.

Breakdown!!

Southeast: PDP - 10, APC - 4 and APGA - 1
South South: PDP - 12 and APC - 6
Southwest: PDP - 3, APC - 12, ADC - 2 and one without a party.
North Central: PDP - 13 and APC - 6
Northeast: PDP - 6, APC - 10, ADC - 1 and one vacant seat.
Northwest: PDP - 5, APC - 15 and one vacant seat. [/quote]

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Greenarrow01(m): 1:15pm On Aug 03, 2018
Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Nobody: 1:16pm On Aug 03, 2018
So I decided awhile back against engaging anyone here on arguments over politics, cause the truth is most know nothing and can easily be compared to the pple dt argue at newspaper stands. As for the topic, only a fool would believe d rubbish published on channels. Last week or so, apc senators brought out a list of their members, the others kept quiet over it because they know the truth. As for 2019, it would be an easy victory for Buhari, argue all you like. As for Saraki, come 2019 his influence in Kwara would be reduced to the groundlevel all just to show him being the 'god' of Kwara doesn't mean anything in this country, Kwara is not Lagos.

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Unblockable: 1:16pm On Aug 03, 2018
odi1278:
Keep deceiving yourself saraki is Senate PRESIDENT and there is nothing your self can do about it.

Am I here to dispute the fact? No. All I'm saying is that the previous report from Channels TV was wrong.

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by Humchi(m): 1:16pm On Aug 03, 2018
Will this bring back those apc members that defected to pdp?
No!
So say something more interesting

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Re: Re: "Where Are The Senators? Channels TV Infographic" by linkers: 1:17pm On Aug 03, 2018
Useless ApC

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