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Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by NgeneUkwenu(f): 11:49am On Nov 14
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has foreclosed any adjustment to its arrangement for the Kogi and Bayelsa governorship elections on account of recently delivered court judgments.

Chairman of the Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Lokoja, during a stakeholders’ meeting/signing of peace accord among political parties and candidates, also assured INEC was ready to conduct next Saturday’s election.


He declared all non-sensitive materials had been delivered to the commission’s office in Lokoja while the sensitive materials had been delivered to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The INEC boss also emphasised the essential value of the Smart Card Readers (SRC), saying their use is mandatory in accordance with the regulations and guidance of the commission for the conduct of elections.

Yakubu however, appealed to all stakeholders to help the INEC in making the exercise a peaceful and successful exercise, saying that all the efforts of the commission to deliver a free, fair and peaceful election require the support and commitment of all stakeholders.

According to him: “I would like to assure the people of Kogi State that our preparations will not be affected by the judgement delivered five days ago in which a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja ordered the Commission to include a political party on the ballot.

“Although the judgement is at variance with the decision of another Federal High Court in Abuja delivered ten days earlier which affirmed the propriety of the Commission’s action in a similar case by another political party, INEC has a consistent record of obeying court orders.

“However, we will consider legitimate steps to address the conflicting judgements by courts of coordinate jurisdiction in the interest of our electoral jurisprudence.

“Furthermore, with four days to the Governorship elections, two more cases challenging the decision of the Commission on the validity of candidates’ nominations have been reserved for judgement in Bayelsa and Kogi States.

“In addition, there are twelve (12) cases of intra-party disputes filed by aspirants from different political parties challenging the conduct of their own primaries and nomination of candidates, some of which have been reserved for judgement in the next few days.

“I must admit that the plethora of court cases and conflicting judgements delivered on the eve of elections in Nigeria are stressful to the Commission and costly to the nation.


Read Also; Kogi guber: PDP, SDP distributing cloned Bello gears to armed thugs – APC
“However, I wish to reassure the people of Bayelsa and Kogi States that learning from experience, the Commission has taken steps to ensure that the elections on Saturday in the two States are not affected by any eleventh hour judgement.

“With only four days to the election, how prepared is the Commission? The short answer is that we are ready.

“So far, the Commission has successfully implemented 12 out of our 14-point plan for the election as required by law.

“The Commission has delivered all non-sensitive materials for the election to our office here in Lokoja.

“The sensitive materials for the Governorship and Kogi West Senatorial Re-run elections are also ready.

“As usual, they are being handled by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The normal process of inspection and distribution of sensitive materials within the State will be done in the presence of party agents, security agencies, observers and the media.

“The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) for Kogi State will communicate the date and time for stakeholders’ inspection and the arrangements for deployment in line with the Commission’s established procedure.

“For emphasis, let me reiterate that the Smart Card Readers (SCRs) have been configured.

“It is mandatory to use the SCRs for voter accreditation and authentication in line with the Commission’s regulations and guidelines for the conduct of elections.

“Let me also reiterate that voter inducement in all forms, including vote-buying at polling units is a violation of the law.

“The ban on the use of mobile phones and other photographic devices in the voting cubicles is still in force and will be strictly enforced and monitored.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thenationonlineng.net/kogi-election-11th-hour-judgements-wont-alter-our-plans-inec/amp/

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by NgeneUkwenu(f): 11:49am On Nov 14
grin grin grin PDP and IPOB Vagabonds will see pepper on Saturday ......

Kogi already in the bag, and now we are adding Oil Rich Bayelsa State to our boot. .

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by PaChukwudi44(m): 11:51am On Nov 14
Coiurts judgement are not for you to decide to accept or not.If Natasha is not included in the ballot then the election will end up been nullified after a 'winner" must have emerged

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by NgeneUkwenu(f): 11:56am On Nov 14
PaChukwudi44:
Coiurts judgement are not for you to decide to accept or not.If Natasha is not included in the ballot then the election will end up been nullified after a 'winner" must have emerged


Where is Onnoghen? grin grin

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by PaChukwudi44(m): 12:02pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
[s][/s]

Where is Onnoghen? grin grin

You made empty noise like this in Zamfara and Rivers.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Solsix(m): 12:08pm On Nov 14
If u don't accept court judgement, the election nah null and void

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Racoon(m): 12:25pm On Nov 14
APC, INEC and the courts each have their own iberiberism.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Johnnyessence(m): 12:28pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has foreclosed any adjustment to its arrangement for the Kogi and Bayelsa governorship elections on account of recently delivered court judgments.

Chairman of the Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Lokoja, during a stakeholders’ meeting/signing of peace accord among political parties and candidates, also assured INEC was ready to conduct next Saturday’s election.


He declared all non-sensitive materials had been delivered to the commission’s office in Lokoja while the sensitive materials had been delivered to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The INEC boss also emphasised the essential value of the Smart Card Readers (SRC), saying their use is mandatory in accordance with the regulations and guidance of the commission for the conduct of elections.

Yakubu however, appealed to all stakeholders to help the INEC in making the exercise a peaceful and successful exercise, saying that all the efforts of the commission to deliver a free, fair and peaceful election require the support and commitment of all stakeholders.

According to him: “I would like to assure the people of Kogi State that our preparations will not be affected by the judgement delivered five days ago in which a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja ordered the Commission to include a political party on the ballot.

“Although the judgement is at variance with the decision of another Federal High Court in Abuja delivered ten days earlier which affirmed the propriety of the Commission’s action in a similar case by another political party, INEC has a consistent record of obeying court orders.

“However, we will consider legitimate steps to address the conflicting judgements by courts of coordinate jurisdiction in the interest of our electoral jurisprudence.

“Furthermore, with four days to the Governorship elections, two more cases challenging the decision of the Commission on the validity of candidates’ nominations have been reserved for judgement in Bayelsa and Kogi States.

“In addition, there are twelve (12) cases of intra-party disputes filed by aspirants from different political parties challenging the conduct of their own primaries and nomination of candidates, some of which have been reserved for judgement in the next few days.

“I must admit that the plethora of court cases and conflicting judgements delivered on the eve of elections in Nigeria are stressful to the Commission and costly to the nation.


Read Also; Kogi guber: PDP, SDP distributing cloned Bello gears to armed thugs – APC
“However, I wish to reassure the people of Bayelsa and Kogi States that learning from experience, the Commission has taken steps to ensure that the elections on Saturday in the two States are not affected by any eleventh hour judgement.

“With only four days to the election, how prepared is the Commission? The short answer is that we are ready.

“So far, the Commission has successfully implemented 12 out of our 14-point plan for the election as required by law.

“The Commission has delivered all non-sensitive materials for the election to our office here in Lokoja.

“The sensitive materials for the Governorship and Kogi West Senatorial Re-run elections are also ready.

“As usual, they are being handled by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The normal process of inspection and distribution of sensitive materials within the State will be done in the presence of party agents, security agencies, observers and the media.

“The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) for Kogi State will communicate the date and time for stakeholders’ inspection and the arrangements for deployment in line with the Commission’s established procedure.

“For emphasis, let me reiterate that the Smart Card Readers (SCRs) have been configured.

“It is mandatory to use the SCRs for voter accreditation and authentication in line with the Commission’s regulations and guidelines for the conduct of elections.

“Let me also reiterate that voter inducement in all forms, including vote-buying at polling units is a violation of the law.

“The ban on the use of mobile phones and other photographic devices in the voting cubicles is still in force and will be strictly enforced and monitored.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thenationonlineng.net/kogi-election-11th-hour-judgements-wont-alter-our-plans-inec/amp/

lalasticlala Mynd44
lol they will receive court judgement in their office hq today. Besides bayelsa state is pdp .

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Johnnyessence(m): 12:30pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
grin grin grin PDP and IPOB Vagabonds will see pepper on Saturday ......

Kogi already in the bag, and now we are adding Oil Rich Bayelsa State to our boot. .
keep on deceiving yourself here . SDD all the way in bayelsa state . Inec will receive today's judgement in their office today in yenagoa and in Abuja hq.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by id911: 12:32pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
grin grin grin PDP and IPOB Vagabonds will see pepper on Saturday ......

Kogi already in the bag, and now we are adding Oil Rich Bayelsa State to our boot. .


Come take Bayelsa make we see na

APC, party of professional certificate forgers and career rogues

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by ogbuefi677(m): 12:36pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
grin grin grin PDP and IPOB Vagabonds will see pepper on Saturday ......

Kogi already in the bag, and now we are adding Oil Rich Bayelsa State to our boot. .
Be like na Ipob tell APC dep Gov candidate to go forge certificate like Buhari?
Yeye de smell

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by beamtopola: 12:47pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has foreclosed any adjustment to its arrangement for the Kogi and Bayelsa governorship elections on account of recently delivered court judgments.

Chairman of the Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Lokoja, during a stakeholders’ meeting/signing of peace accord among political parties and candidates, also assured INEC was ready to conduct next Saturday’s election.


He declared all non-sensitive materials had been delivered to the commission’s office in Lokoja while the sensitive materials had been delivered to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The INEC boss also emphasised the essential value of the Smart Card Readers (SRC), saying their use is mandatory in accordance with the regulations and guidance of the commission for the conduct of elections.

Yakubu however, appealed to all stakeholders to help the INEC in making the exercise a peaceful and successful exercise, saying that all the efforts of the commission to deliver a free, fair and peaceful election require the support and commitment of all stakeholders.

According to him: “I would like to assure the people of Kogi State that our preparations will not be affected by the judgement delivered five days ago in which a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja ordered the Commission to include a political party on the ballot.

“Although the judgement is at variance with the decision of another Federal High Court in Abuja delivered ten days earlier which affirmed the propriety of the Commission’s action in a similar case by another political party, INEC has a consistent record of obeying court orders.

“However, we will consider legitimate steps to address the conflicting judgements by courts of coordinate jurisdiction in the interest of our electoral jurisprudence.

“Furthermore, with four days to the Governorship elections, two more cases challenging the decision of the Commission on the validity of candidates’ nominations have been reserved for judgement in Bayelsa and Kogi States.

“In addition, there are twelve (12) cases of intra-party disputes filed by aspirants from different political parties challenging the conduct of their own primaries and nomination of candidates, some of which have been reserved for judgement in the next few days.

“I must admit that the plethora of court cases and conflicting judgements delivered on the eve of elections in Nigeria are stressful to the Commission and costly to the nation.


Read Also; Kogi guber: PDP, SDP distributing cloned Bello gears to armed thugs – APC
“However, I wish to reassure the people of Bayelsa and Kogi States that learning from experience, the Commission has taken steps to ensure that the elections on Saturday in the two States are not affected by any eleventh hour judgement.

“With only four days to the election, how prepared is the Commission? The short answer is that we are ready.

“So far, the Commission has successfully implemented 12 out of our 14-point plan for the election as required by law.

“The Commission has delivered all non-sensitive materials for the election to our office here in Lokoja.

“The sensitive materials for the Governorship and Kogi West Senatorial Re-run elections are also ready.

“As usual, they are being handled by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The normal process of inspection and distribution of sensitive materials within the State will be done in the presence of party agents, security agencies, observers and the media.

“The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) for Kogi State will communicate the date and time for stakeholders’ inspection and the arrangements for deployment in line with the Commission’s established procedure.

“For emphasis, let me reiterate that the Smart Card Readers (SCRs) have been configured.

“It is mandatory to use the SCRs for voter accreditation and authentication in line with the Commission’s regulations and guidelines for the conduct of elections.

“Let me also reiterate that voter inducement in all forms, including vote-buying at polling units is a violation of the law.

“The ban on the use of mobile phones and other photographic devices in the voting cubicles is still in force and will be strictly enforced and monitored.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thenationonlineng.net/kogi-election-11th-hour-judgements-wont-alter-our-plans-inec/amp/

lalasticlala Mynd44
You are celebrating the autocracy and dictatorship today but remember karma is a bitch. This is Nigeria where no one take the judiciary serious.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Olayinka8793(m): 12:53pm On Nov 14
Nothing new here, they are just following in the footsteps of their Oga Buhari and DSS who chooses which court order to obey and which one to give the middle finger.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Lamasta(m): 12:54pm On Nov 14
Yakubu is a scam INEC Chairman

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Mirjaiye: 12:55pm On Nov 14
Yahaya Bello is a curse that must be resolved. This Saturday the People"s power will be wielded aggressively

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by shakyum: 12:56pm On Nov 14
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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Terenike(m): 12:56pm On Nov 14
undecided
Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Xisnin(m): 12:56pm On Nov 14
I hope you are ready to conduct another election or have the courts decide the winner.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Shaprara: 12:58pm On Nov 14
Sadly you have no choice but to respect the court orders because if not, you have more case to answer during the tribunals and no provisions in the electoral law that says INEC should not respect court judgement whenever.

NgeneUkwenu:
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has foreclosed any adjustment to its arrangement for the Kogi and Bayelsa governorship elections on account of recently delivered court judgments.

Chairman of the Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Lokoja, during a stakeholders’ meeting/signing of peace accord among political parties and candidates, also assured INEC was ready to conduct next Saturday’s election.


He declared all non-sensitive materials had been delivered to the commission’s office in Lokoja while the sensitive materials had been delivered to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The INEC boss also emphasised the essential value of the Smart Card Readers (SRC), saying their use is mandatory in accordance with the regulations and guidance of the commission for the conduct of elections.

Yakubu however, appealed to all stakeholders to help the INEC in making the exercise a peaceful and successful exercise, saying that all the efforts of the commission to deliver a free, fair and peaceful election require the support and commitment of all stakeholders.

According to him: “I would like to assure the people of Kogi State that our preparations will not be affected by the judgement delivered five days ago in which a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja ordered the Commission to include a political party on the ballot.

“Although the judgement is at variance with the decision of another Federal High Court in Abuja delivered ten days earlier which affirmed the propriety of the Commission’s action in a similar case by another political party, INEC has a consistent record of obeying court orders.

“However, we will consider legitimate steps to address the conflicting judgements by courts of coordinate jurisdiction in the interest of our electoral jurisprudence.

“Furthermore, with four days to the Governorship elections, two more cases challenging the decision of the Commission on the validity of candidates’ nominations have been reserved for judgement in Bayelsa and Kogi States.

“In addition, there are twelve (12) cases of intra-party disputes filed by aspirants from different political parties challenging the conduct of their own primaries and nomination of candidates, some of which have been reserved for judgement in the next few days.

“I must admit that the plethora of court cases and conflicting judgements delivered on the eve of elections in Nigeria are stressful to the Commission and costly to the nation.


Read Also; Kogi guber: PDP, SDP distributing cloned Bello gears to armed thugs – APC
“However, I wish to reassure the people of Bayelsa and Kogi States that learning from experience, the Commission has taken steps to ensure that the elections on Saturday in the two States are not affected by any eleventh hour judgement.

“With only four days to the election, how prepared is the Commission? The short answer is that we are ready.

“So far, the Commission has successfully implemented 12 out of our 14-point plan for the election as required by law.

“The Commission has delivered all non-sensitive materials for the election to our office here in Lokoja.

“The sensitive materials for the Governorship and Kogi West Senatorial Re-run elections are also ready.

“As usual, they are being handled by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The normal process of inspection and distribution of sensitive materials within the State will be done in the presence of party agents, security agencies, observers and the media.

“The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) for Kogi State will communicate the date and time for stakeholders’ inspection and the arrangements for deployment in line with the Commission’s established procedure.

“For emphasis, let me reiterate that the Smart Card Readers (SCRs) have been configured.

“It is mandatory to use the SCRs for voter accreditation and authentication in line with the Commission’s regulations and guidelines for the conduct of elections.

“Let me also reiterate that voter inducement in all forms, including vote-buying at polling units is a violation of the law.

“The ban on the use of mobile phones and other photographic devices in the voting cubicles is still in force and will be strictly enforced and monitored.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thenationonlineng.net/kogi-election-11th-hour-judgements-wont-alter-our-plans-inec/amp/

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Maxymilliano(m): 12:58pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:

Chairman of the Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Lokoja, during a stakeholders’ meeting/signing of peace accord among political parties and candidates, also assured INEC was ready to conduct next Saturday’s election.



The statement was made before the Court Judgement and as it stand now, APC has no candidate in Bayelsa election, no thanks to Heineken Lokpobiri, APC stalwart who instituted the case against the Party choice of candidate

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Kulas: 12:58pm On Nov 14
President a certificate forgery ,Deputy Governor a certificate forgery. All these in APC. What a corrupt party

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by baike: 12:59pm On Nov 14
good one from INEC

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by FuckAllTheMODs: 12:59pm On Nov 14
Is Nigeria a country abeg?

The way things are done here are different from others

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by ArmedRobber: 1:00pm On Nov 14
PaChukwudi44:
Coiurts judgement are not for you to decide to accept or not.If Natasha is not included in the ballot then the election will end up been nullified after a 'winner" must have emerged
pa chukwudi serial failure cheesy greet onnoghen for us

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Mirjaiye: 1:01pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
grin grin grin PDP and IPOB Vagabonds will see pepper on Saturday ......

Kogi already in the bag, and now we are adding Oil Rich Bayelsa State to our boot. .

I am sure you havent eaten today. dokie

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Sirdiq21: 1:03pm On Nov 14
oya locate transformer nearest to u
Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by ArmedRobber: 1:06pm On Nov 14
Maxymilliano:


The statement was made before the Court Judgement and as it stand now, APC has no candidate in Bayelsa election, no thanks to Heineken Lokpobiri, APC stalwart who instituted the case against the Party choice of candidate
bolo , it' was pdp that filed a case against Apc deputy for change in name.when the defendant presented affidavits the judge overlook them because he has been paid for a hatchet job to cause confusion.

In kogi a judge ruled that disqualifying a runing mate of a Candidate doesn't affect the candidate.

So much contradictions already.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by thatigboman: 1:08pm On Nov 14
NgeneUkwenu:
grin grin grin PDP and IPOB Vagabonds will see pepper on Saturday ......

Kogi already in the bag, and now we are adding Oil Rich Bayelsa State to our boot. .
Breaking News!
A Federal High Court sitting in Yenagoa, has declared invalid the announcement of David Lyon, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate and that of his running mate, Degi Eremienyo, for Saturday’s governorship election in Bayelsa.

Justice Jane Inyang said that the APC breached the rules when another person, other than the statutorily recognised authority, the chairman of the party’s National Electoral Committee, announced the results of the poll.

Senator Heineken Lokpobiri had instituted the case against the APC, it’s standard bearer, Lyon, and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over the disputed outcome of the September 4 governorship primaries in the State.

However, the judge declined to declare Lokpobiri, a former minister the valid candidate, as requested in his prayers before the court.

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by ZombieTERROR: 1:10pm On Nov 14
Lol grin grin


INEC is an arm of the ruling party

They are above court orders

Nigeria has gone to the dogs

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by Cajal(m): 1:11pm On Nov 14
Ozokhome will be sad
No suit

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Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by codedguy1(m): 1:11pm On Nov 14
OK na
Re: Kogi/Bayelsa Elections: We Won't Accept Any 11th-hour Judgements – INEC by ZombieTERROR: 1:11pm On Nov 14
Mirjaiye:


I am sure you havent eaten today. dokie

Let's contribute money for ngeneukwuenu grin

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