A man impersonating an Army General has been apprehended by operatives of the NSCDC.

Operatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have reportedly apprehended a suspected fake army general in Minna on Monday, September 26.

The disclosure was made by Commandant of NSCDC, Commander

Philip Ayuba , while parading the suspect before newsmen.

“The suspected fake army General you are seeing specialises in defrauding unemployed applicants by promising them job in either the military or paramilitary outfits in the country,’’ Ayuba said.

The commander added that the 40-year-old suspect identified as Mohammed Usman aka General Ishiaku hails from Katcha Local Government Area of the state.

According to Ayuba, an undercover team of NSCDC, Minna metropolis, arrested the suspect following the conclusion of his plan to collect a balance of N450,000 bargained for a job in the commission.

Usman’s suspected accomplice, Abubakar Ibrahim , is reportedly still at large. While speaking with newsmen, the suspect asked for forgiveness, blaming his actions on the devil.

Ayuba said that the suspect would be charged to court as soon as ongoing investigations were concluded.

NOLLYWOOD ACTOR BENSON OKONKWO GOES UNCLAD TO CELEBRATE NIGERIA’S INDEPENDENCE DAY (PHOTOS)

Nollywood actor Benson Okonkwo has released some new photos in a bit to mark Nigeria’s Independence Day today.

The photos, which show him styled in green and white outfits in some shots while being nude in other shots, can be described as risqué.

Some of his fans think the shoot is too much while others state that he is simply being patriotic.

What do you think?

5 WAYS TO PREVENT PREGNANCY WITHOUT USING CONDOM

To prevent pregnancy naturally without a cσndσm, one thing you can do is to get a copper T. Women who want to

prolong motherhood and enjoy their sєx lives can turn to this method. However, there are possible chances that you will not be able to conceive. The other possible way to prevent pregnancy without a condom is to for the woman to consume the pill. Here again, the side effects are much and one should not consume the pills too often.

More than this, there are other possible ways to prevent pregnancy naturally without a cσndσm. Take a look at these simple tips to avoid pregnancy:

The Safe Week

The safe period is the best way to prevent pregnancy without a cσndσm. This means you can make love between the 8th day to the 20th day of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Here the first day of the period signifies

Pull & Pray Method

The pull and pray method or withdrawal method is also followed by a lot of couples. However, it is not completely safe. But, according to experts, this pull and pray method is about 83 percent effective, just equivalent to a cσndσm which is said to be 84 percent safe to prevent pregnancy.

The Effective Copper T

The device is implanted by a trained doctor and can be removed when the couple is ready for conception. There are a lot of women who opt for this method to delay the chances of getting pregnant.

Always Stay On The Pill

No matter what, stick to the everyday pill. If you are not on the pill, visit a gynaecologist and he/she would suggest what you should do. This is one of the best ways to prevent a pregnancy without a cσndσm. The pill is your answer.

Love The pre-intimacy

pre-intimacy helps to increase the intimacy without making love and the fear of an imminent pregnancy too. So, if you and your partner are not ready to be parents just yet, opt for this beautiful act of showing love.

Related: While only abstinence can give you 100% protection from STDs and STIs, proper use of the cσndσm can give you as much as 98% and keep you safe. But, if you do any or all of the things listed below, you only wasted your time! Using a cσndσm still remains one of the best ways to have sєx safely – with up to 98% efficiency. Not only do they help prevent pregnancies, they protect from sexuαlly Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and sexuαlly Transmitted Infections (STIs). cσndσm use is now a norm. However, the truth however is that condom is only useful and effective if it is properly used. This means a person may get 0% protection even though they used a condom – they simply did not use it right. Therefore, if you do any or all of the things listed below, you only wasted your time:

1.You store the cσndσm in your pockets/wallet. Where you keep a condom matters. In your wallet or pocket, it can get compromised because of the regular friction and warm temperature.

2.You used it beyond expiry date. Like every other thing, cσndσm have expiry date and they offer little or no protection after that.

3.You wear it after gєnitαl contact. The best thing to do is to wear your cσndσm before any gєnitαl contact to protect you from other fluids like prє-cum (men) and vαginα fluids.

4.You use your teeth/sharp object to open the wrapper. Your teeth can cause a tear in the cσndσm. The packet should be opened with your bare fingers.

5.You use your teeth/sharp object to open the wrapper.Your teeth can cause a tear in the cσndσm. The packet should be opened with your bare fingers,

6.You wear it too tight on your Manhσσd. When you wear a cσndσm, leave a small space for єjaculatiσn and sperm collection at the tip. This will prevent leakage and rupture of the cσndσm when you єjaculatє..

7.You wear the wrong size. The wrong size means the cσndσm is either too small or too big. Neither is good because the cσndσm can tear, leak spєrm, or fall off inside the va gina.

8.You touch the cσndσm with spєrm. If you touch the cσndσm with a hand that you have previously used to touch spєrm, you have compromised it. So remove it and wear another.

9.You do not roll up the cσndσm totally. The cσndσm should cover up your mαnhσσd to the base, near your scrσtum. So roll it up totally, until you reach the ring.

10.You use reuse a used cσndσm. Once a cσndσm is taken off, after єjaculatiσn or after an initial attempt to wear it, take it off, and get another one. Never reuse a cσndσm.

While only abstinence can give you 100% protection from STDs and STIs, proper use of the cσndσm can give you as much as 98% and keep you safe. So ensure that you are as conscious about how you use it as you are about actually using it. Have sєx, have fun, but stay healthy.

#EdoDecides: INEC official results

There is a heightened sense of suspense in Benin, even as final analysis of collations for the Edo election is ongoing.

Edo Elections

The INEC chief returning officer has called for a one hour break to enable officials make final collation, even as just one more local government is left to be announced.

Analysis from the graph above shows that with the situation within 17 out of 18 LGAs announced, Obaseki will eventually come tops, even if he get ‘0’ in Ovia South-West, which is not theoretically possible, as the gap is already 62,300 votes.

The official report by INEC is still awaited, and will be announce shortly.

NAIJ.com team has been on ground in Benin to bring minute-by-minute reports regarding the election results.

Read our live coverage below. Remember to always refresh your browser for fresh updates.

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With the announcement from the collation officer from Ovia SW, APC has a total of 319,483votes while the PDP has 253173votes

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Ovia South West

APC: 12,820

PDP: 8810

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With one more local government to go, APC has 306, 663 while PDP has

244363.

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Akoko Edo

APC: 24, 545

PDP: 13, 027

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Results for 16 local governments have been announced, with the APC amassing a total of 282,118 votes while PDP got 231,336 votes.

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Ikpoba-Okah

APC: 33,469

PDP: 26,096

Registered Voters – 260965

Accredited Voters – 65348

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With the reports from Etsako West the APC now has 248,649 while PDP has 205,240 votes, the two parties separated by 43,409.
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Etsako West

APC: 29,199

PDP: 10,843

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Following reports from 14 local governments, APC has 219,450 votes while PDP has 194,397. There are 4 local governments to go.
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Etsako East

APC: 18,078

PDP: 12,552

Total Valid Votes: 30,858

Total Votes Cast: 31,914

Rej Votes: 1,056

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After 13 local governments, the APC has come up with 201,372 votes, while PDP came up with 181,845.
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Esan Central

APC: 9781

PDP: 10180

Total Valid Votes: 20,211

Total Votes Cast: 21,364

R- Votes: 1,153

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After 12 local governments, APC has 191,591 votes while PDP has 171, 665

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Etsako Central

APC: 10373

PDP: 8827

Total Valid Votes: 19,538

Total Votes Cast: 19,907

R-Votes 549

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Owan East

APC 21,233

PDP 12, 889

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Out of 10 local governments, APC has 159,985 votes while PDP has 149,949 votes

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Ovia North East

APC: 17, 561

PDP: 13, 141

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Out of the 18 LGA’s INEC announces 9 results, 9 more to go. Proceedings continue.

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Police disperse protesters angry over the results obtained from Oredo local government.

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Some aggrieved party members are reportedly protesting at the INEC office in Edo state.

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A one hour break has been proposed by the chief returning officer. The announcement of results are to be continued at noon.

Out of 9 local governments we have APC – 142,424 and PDP is 136, 808
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Results for Esan West is as follows:

APC 13,114

PDP 16, 311

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Esan West is next.

After 8 local governments, APC has a total of 129,310 votes while the PDP has 120,497 votes.

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Orhiomwon

APC 15, 262

PDP 16, 446

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Calls for cancellation of election results in Oredo stirs debate

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Commotion takes the room following some arguments about votes that were cancelled.

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Sirens blaring in the background, security is at its most heightened state, some more local governments are yet to arrive.

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After 7 local government , the results stands at 114,048 for APC and 104,051 for PDP

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Oredo local government area is next.

APC 37, 612.

PDP 30, 492

Total Valid Votes: 69,401

Total Votes Cast: 73,712

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6 / 18 LGAs announced

APC – 76,436

PDP – 73,559

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10:02am Colation officer for Esan South East takes the floor

APC 9554

PDP 11466

Registered voters 66698

Accredited voters 22522

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After the first 5 results….. APC 66882, PDP 62093

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Uhunmwonde

APC: 10, 911

PDP: 8,667

Accredited Voters : 21,927

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Igueben

APC: 7802

PDP: 7560

Total Valid Votes: 15,506

Total Vote Cast: 16,086

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Egor LGA

APCNigeria : 26,177

PDPNig : 19,514

Registered Voters: 184,296

Accredited Voters: 49,802

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9:35 Questions raised over cancelled vote

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Esan North East

APC 9130

PDP 16220

Total Valid Votes: 25,747

Total Vote Cast: 26,944

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Colation officer for Esan North East takes the stage

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Owan West:

APC 12, 862

PDP 10, 132

Registered Voters: 54,406

Accredited Voters: 24,487

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Official from Owan West LGA kick starts the announcement process.

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9:08am: INEC begins proceedings to announce the election results.

The voting in Edo state was concluded on Wednesday, September 28, with many going all out to support their preferred candidates.

Following conclusion of voting on Wednesday, INEC has said that there are no results yet, informing that collation of results for the governorship election would begin today, September 29.

It was gathered that the decision to commence the collation today is in connection with the late arrival of results from the 18 local government areas.

The Edo election has been tagged

two horse race between the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), though nineteen candidates are vying for the ticket to the Government House.

Edo state has a total of 1,925,105 registered voters; 192 Registration Areas (RAs); 2,627 Polling Units (PUs); and 4,011 Voting Points (VPs).

Shortly after conclusion of elections in all parts of Edo state, some unofficial results began to trickle in, with the PDP taking an initial lead, and the APC taking over somewhere midway.

Reports suggested that after collation of 727 Polling Units out of 2,672 Units in Edo state, APC has a total of 69,196votes while PDP has 75,088votes; with over 13000 rendered invalid.

A total of 25,000 police officers were deployed across the state to ensure peace and security during the polls, while 44 observer groups were accredited by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as election monitors.

Nigeria’s Anti-Terrorism War and Lessons from Civilian JTF

In war situations, there are always the unsung heroes. But it does not belittle their sacrifices in consummating the war. Not many Nigerians have inkling about the lofty contributions the innocuous bands of youths in Borno state, self- styled as the Civilian Joint Task Force (C-JTF) made in the counter-insurgency battles.

They are even confused as a replication of the more popular Military Joint Task Force (M-JTF), mainly populated by the Nigerian security agencies. But C-JTF shares no similarity with M-JTF, but they are only conjoined by a common motivation- the freedom of their country from the fangs of Boko Haram Terrorists (BHTs).

Initially, C-JTF members were a bunch of idle, but angered young men, domiciled in different parts of the Northeast, who tolerated years of the decimation of their population and annexation of their territories by insurgents. Provoked, they decided to willingly enlist into the anti-terror war to save their communities.

Such guts deserved special commendations. And it came from the highest level. It came from a man who understood the risk of putting men on the war front. It came from the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai who publicly acknowledged and praised the contributions of the CJTF in the war against BHT. On several occassions such as during the opening of roads like Maiduguri – Damboa, Maiduguri – Gamboru Ngala and at Damaturu – Biu road, the COAS reserved special commendations for the bravery of CJTF.

Having led the offensive against the terrorist group, the COAS himself realises that they are a great assets to the fight against BHT. No wonder, the military under Buratai’s leadership tactically deployed the CJTF operatives in the core area of intelligence gathering which yielded many positive ambushes against the terrorists by the military and degraded BHT supplies.

Day and night, youths who would later become members of the C-JTF watched the violent elimination of their beloved ones by the lethal explosions of terrorists. They wailed and woke up the next day to face fresh conflagrations, some of which also consumed their own peers, friends and family members.

They gauged the spirited efforts of the Nigerian military in taming the monsters and concluded, it was deficient to the extent soldiers were alien to the communities and could not identify insurgents in their midst. It was this patriotic impulse that beckoned at them and they responded.

This was after former President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in the Northeast in 2013. It initially started as the Volunteer Young Vigilance Group and later, renamed, C-JTF. Adamu Buba who chairs the C-JTF, Sector 5, recounted that youths in the area were spurred into action by the terrorists attack on Giwa Barracks in Borno state. They felt injured and challenged; prompting the instant decision of youths to mobilize to the spot to render assistance to the army.

C-JTF’s presence at the scene of the Giwa barracks attack incident was their first and close encounter with the military as an organized group. The encounter was quite nasty because soldiers held them in suspicion, as vestiges of the aggressors who attacked them. Soldiers in stern voices, with brandishing guns, asked them to lie flat and roll on the ground. They complied and endured the pain, before a chance to explain their mission rendered itself. Soldiers saw in their rare courage, an instant ally.

The sight of people hastily escaping from the attack never deterred them either, as they instantly and fearlessly engaged the Boko Haramists in fierce combats with machetes, bows and arrows. The terrorists fled Giwa, compelling them to bid a retreat, but not without incurring some human casualties.

With this singular act of bravery C-JTF launched itself as a potent ally of the military in the counter-insurgency war. In their ranks, were farmers, hunters, graduates, village jesters, wood carvers and even princes. They were all united by a common mission- how to assist liberate their communities from devilish fiends.

Soon, the concept of C-JTF spread to other parts of the Northeast. And their work had no restrictions. They conducted security checks, acted as informants to security agents of BHTs in their midst, exposed their hideouts to soldiers, battled insurgents on the field alongside with the military and rescued captives seized by terrorists.

Additionally, the C-JTF assisted the Nigerian army to navigate strange areas in the difficult terrains of the Northeast and sustained vigilance over communities. C-JTF also incurred irreplaceable losses in the cause of fighting to liberate their fatherland. Some of their members died in battle; others were trailed and gunned down by BHTs in cold blood for spying on them for the military. The sacrifices have been enormous.

History has etched the name of C-JTF in gold as the civilian troops in Nigeria’s counter-insurgency war. The huge contributions and sacrifices the C-JTF who staked their necks to assist the military accomplish in decimating BHTs would remain a permanent reference point.

Needless to say, bowing to the superior pressure imposed by truth, Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Gen. Tukur Buratai is emphatic that “ It is not yet Uhuru” with anti-terrorism war. The remnants of BHT terrorists yet to surrender have taken refuge in various communities.

It pleads to community involvement, cooperation and support. Security as the cliché goes is everybody’s business. And among security breaches, terrorism is apparently the worse. It imposes a sacred duty on Individuals and groups in every community to continue to sustain its vigilance and, to immediately alert security agents of threat to peace or its likely breach.

If the Northeast is today liberated from the fangs of BHTs, it is because its young and agile youths placed community and national interests above their lives in the quest for salvation. The reward has been immense, both in the sight of God and humanity.

As mark of appreciation, more than 250, 000 of the C-JTF members have been commissioned into the Nigerian army, as assured by Gen. Buratai. Another 20 of these carriers of bows and arrows have been recruited into the State Security Service (SSS) to officially become part of the security sentinels of Nigeria.

When the C-JTF recruits into the military paid him a thank-you visit recently, Borno state Governor, Kashim Shettima exclaimed in happiness that “The emergence of the Civilian-JTF was a game changer in the fight against Boko Haram.”

Terrorism in the Northeast is a history narrated and, perhaps, forgotten. But it is not the only area Nigeria is facing insecurity crisis. The Northwest is still plagued by the scourge of armed banditry and cattle rustling. The Niger Delta is caged by its own resentful militancy and sounds of its own disastrous bombs. North central Nigeria is under the yoke of herdsmen and farmers clashes in an era the entire globe is ardently preaching global food security.

These communities are not barren of sensible youths, like members of the C-JTF, who should frown at the vagaries of man to suddenly become animalistic and beastly. The budding youths of these communities are challenged to emulate the exemplary conduct of the C-JTF by voluntarily rising up to pair with security agents to liberate their communities from the shackles of destruction by regressive elements.

None of the C-JTF members was prodded into action by anybody or paid a dime for this voluntary service to community. It was just a patriotic instinct for the love of one’s community. But today, the Nigerian military’s triumph over Boko Haram in alliance with the C-JTF is a joy shared and relished by every Nigerian. Youths elsewhere could become warriors in their communities by replicating this wonderful and exceptional patriotism.

Ibekwe, a public affairs analyst contributed this piece from Agbani road, Enugu State.

Pastor Sleeps With Barren Woman To Get Her Pregnant Through Spiritual Powers – Video

​A video has been leaked of a couple of inglorious Pastors having sex with a woman who has issues with childbirth in a secret place! In the video as she was being slept with, you would hear her saying the prayers in the delta state language after the evil

pastors: “Power, Enter, Claiming her spiritual pregnancy!

Strict Parental Warning Advised!!!

Please share the video link below till it gets into the hands of the law makers as the faces of the culprits are so clear in the video:

Video Of Pastor Having Sex With Woman WHILE PRAYING For her to get PREGNANT in Delta State, Nigeria (Copy link into your browser)

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Edo Election: APC losses to PDP in Oyegun’s polling unit

As Wednesday’s Edo election begins to wind down, results from various polling units across local governments in the state have started emerging.

  
Unofficial Edo election result, however, has it that the All Progressives Congress, APC, lost to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the polling unit of the ruling party’s National Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun.

Though, the result claimed that the APC won the votes in the entire ward 2. At Unit 1 Ward 002 of Oredo local government area, while APC garnered 69 votes, the PDP polled 78 votes.

  
Meanwhile, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, ​has ​recorded a​ massive victory at his​ Igbodoro Ward 5, Unit 26, in Orhionmwon Local Government A​rea.

  
Ize-Iyamu defeated Godwin Obaseki of the All Progressives Congress, APC, by 369 votes to one.

  
Meanwhile Obaseki won at his polling unit, Ward 4 Unit 19 in Oredo LGA by 160 votes to Ize-Iyamu’s 77.

  
Unofficial Edo election results from other local governments across the state read below:

  
Etsako west Ward 11, Unit 11 APC – 239 PDP – 54 INVALID – 470
Esan South East Ward 5, Unit 5 APC – 77 PDP – 130
Egor Ward 3, Unit 14 APC – 162 PDP – 143
Ikpoba Okha Ward 2, Unit 12 APC – 92 PDP – 85
Egor Ward 3, Unit 4 APC – 157 PDP – 91

  


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Edo Decides: Live Updates, Results and Situation Report

After months of intense campaigns and preparations, electorates in Edo State will today storm polling stations to elect the next Governor of the State.

Already, the electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, had confirmed that 19 political parties are jostling for the governorship position.

Nineteen male governorship candidates, 15 male running mates and four female running mates are in the race.

The governorship candidates with female running mates are Mr Thompson Osadolor, KOWA; Adviser Nowamagbe, UPP; Ishaka Ofemile, AA and Ukonga Frank, NNPP.

Other governorship candidates include Osagie Ize-Iyamu, PDP, with John Yakubu as running mate and Godwin Obaseki, APC, with Philip Shaibu, a member of House of Representatives, as running mate.

However, the two main contenders in the race are Ize-Iyamu of PDP and Obaseki of the APC.

#EdoDecides Nine local government results have been announced so far. APC wins 5, PDP wins 4.

Results Today 29/09/2016 11.00am: The INEC officials have gone on a little recess, temporarily halting the announcement of results.

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LGA: Esan West

Number of registered voters: 87,867

Number of accredited voters: 31,866

APC: 13,114

PDP: 16,311

Total valid votes: 29,963

Rejected votes: 1,563

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LGA: Orhionmwon

Number of registered voters: 102,921

Number of accredited voters: 34,270

APC: 15,262

PDP: 16,446

Total valid votes: 32,213

Rejected votes: 1,788

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LGA: Oredo

Number of registered voters: 273,614

Number of accredited voters: 74,076

APC: 37,612

PDP: 30,492

Total valid votes: 69,401

Rejected votes: 4,311

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LGA: Esan South East

Number of registered voters: 66,695

Number of accredited voters: 22,522

APC: 9,554

PDP: 11,466

Total valid votes: 21,250

Rejected votes: 806

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LGA: Uhunmwode

Number of registered voters: 62,987

Number of accredited voters: 21,927

APC: 10,911

PDP: 8,667

Total valid votes: 19,971

Rejected votes: 1,759

There was cancellation of results in three polling units due to violence and discrepancy between the number of accredited voters and total votes cast.

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Igueben

Number of registered voters: 42,655

Number of accredited voters: 16,482

APC: 7,802

PDP: 7,560

Total valid votes: 15,506

Rejected votes: 580

Two polling units cancelled.

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LGA: Esan North East

Number of registered voters: 74,293

Number of accredited voters: 27,121

APC: 9,130

PDP: 16,220

Total valid votes: 25,747

Rejected votes: 1,197

Three cancellations due to number of votes cast exceeding number of accredited voters.

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LGA: Egor

Number of registered voters: 184,296

Number of accredited voters: 49,802

APC: 26,177

PDP: 19,514

Total valid votes cast: 46,728

Rejected votes: 2,811

One polling unit cancelled because of failure to use the card reader.

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LGA: Owan West

Number of registered voters: 54,406

Number of accredited voters: 24,487

APC: 12,862

PDP: 10,132

Total votes cast: 23,290

Rejected votes: 1,002

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28/09/2016….yesterday

Oredo ward 2 unit 13 Void 3 PDP 69 APC 42 #EdoDecides

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EDO POLL RESULTS.

Egor LGA, Ward 3, Unit 19. –

AA ——0 votes

APC——117 votes

KOWA—–6 Votes

PDP—–422 Votes

SDP—–13 Votes

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Egor LGA, Ward 3, Unit 16.

AA ———27 votes

APC——-179 votes

KOWA—- 4 Votes

PDP—-538 Votes

SDP—–14 Votes

#EdoDecides

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Esan central Ward 3, Unit 7.

APC———–65 votes

KOWA———2 Votes

PDP———–95 Votes

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Oredo LG, Ward 1,Unit 31.

APC———————- 97 votes

KOWA——————- 0 Votes

PDP———————- 292

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Oredo LG, Ward 1,Unit 25.

AA ——–15 votes

APC——-209 votes

KOWA——17 Votes

PDP———188 Votes

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Uhunmwode/02 PDP – 557

APC – 48 Invalid

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Oredo

Ward 7, Unit 16

APC – 121

PDP – 118

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Akoko Edo ward 3,PU 7

APC 265

PDP 75

Invalid 9

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With 150 polling units in so far

APC- 12,604

PDP- 13,334

Invalid- 1,843

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Owan East Eke Primary School 007/011

PDP – 120

APC – 107

Invalid – 229

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Ikpoba Okha LG, Ward 1,Unit 26.

APC———————- 64 votes

KOWA——————- 1 Vote

PDP———————- 75 Votes

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Akoko Edo LG, Ward 1,Unit 5.

APC———————- 121 votes

KOWA——————- 3 Votes

PDP———————- 85 Votes

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Uhunmwode LG, Ward 1,Unit 02.

APC———————- 48 votes

PDP———————- 557 Votes

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Owan West /016

PDP – 144

APC – 72

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Owan West 03/018

PDP – 118

APC – 87

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Ovia NE, oghede 1,PU 10

Apc 10

PDP 58

Invalid 6

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Estako central ward 1,PU 7

APC 41

PDP 60

Invalid 8

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Estako West, ward 10 PU 15,

APC 151,

PDP 28

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Ikpoba Okha, PU 35

APC 76

PDP 104

Invalid 4

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Oredo PU 12

APC 135

PDP 153

Invalid 2

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Ovia NE, ward 12 PU 11

Apc 19

PDP 1935

Invalid nil

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Ikpoba Okha, PU 27,

APC 117,

PDP 77

Invalid 7

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Esan SE, ward 05,PU 09

APC 62

PDP 82

Invalid 12

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Owan East, ward 5,unit 5

APC 118

PDP 94

Invalid 7

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Akoko Edo, PU 009,

Apc169

PDP 89

Invalid 1

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Egor, PU 18

Apc170

PDP 103

Invalid 14

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Esan central ward 4, PU 7

APC 103

PDP 55

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Akoko Edo ward 3,PU 7

APC 265

PDP 75

Invalid 9

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Ikpoba Okha ward 9, PU 25

APC 50

PDP 50

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Oredo Ward 4,PU 12,

APC 102

PDP 100

Invalid 16

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Ovia NE ward 6,PU 9,

Ballot box with papers snatched by suspected APC members.

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Esan NE, ward 4,PU

Apc71

PDP 252

Invalid 16

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Owan East, Market Square PU 8

APC 80

PDP 76

Invalid 168

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Orhionmwon, PU 13,

APC 113

PDP 192

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Egor LGA, ward 6,pu4,

Apc 187,

PDP 86

Invalid 8

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Ikpoba Okha PU 8

APC 132

PDP 136

Invalid 9

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No elections in all PUs in Ologbo Ward of Ikpoba/Okha LG. No @inecnigeria official came to the Ward #EdoDecides #EdoSR2016

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Oredo, PU 15,

APC 107

PDP 95

Invalid 208

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Egor, PU 08,

APC 226

PDP 194

Invalid 32

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Estako West, ward 11,PU 11

APC 239,

PDP 54

Invalid 470

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Esan SE, ward 5,PU 5

APC 77

PDP 130

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Igueben ward 5,PU 1

APC 77

PDP 129

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Estako West ward 4,PU 5

APC 308

PDP 128

Invalid 6

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Esan West, PU 11

APC 69

PDP 158

Invalid 21

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Ministry of education 09

Oredo

APC 42

PDP 59

Void 30

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11/006 ETSAKO WEST

APC 252

PDP 117

Void 11

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Orhionmwon LGA, Ward 5, Unit 25:

APC 101

PDP 46

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Ewan Central

Ward 10, Unit 7

APC – 75

PDP – 82

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Akoko Edo LG, Ward 1,Unit 5.

APC – 121 votes

PDP – 85 Votes. #EdoDecides

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APC chairman Oyegun loses in his unit as PDP

APC Nat Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun

loses in his polling Unit 2, Ward 2, in Oredo LG.

APC: 69; PDP: 78 #EdoDecides

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Uhunmwode LG, Ward 1,Unit 02.

APC – 48 votes

PDP – 557 Votes #EdoDecides

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Owan West /016 PDP – 144 APC – 72 Owan

West 03/018 PDP – 118 APC – 87

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Ikpoba Okha LG, Ward 1,Unit 26.

APC – 64 votes

PDP – 75 Votes. #EdoDecides

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APC chieftain and and former Deputy Governor of Edo State, Chief Lucky Imasuen lost his unit to PDP with PDP having 211 votes to APC’S 178

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Estako East, ward 1,unit 2

APC 116

PDP 267

Invalid 29

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EDO POLL RESULTS.

422 Polling Units (2,672 Units in Edo)

APC———- 38,154 Votes

PDP———- 39,944 Votes.

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Ovia NE ward 6, PU 12

APC 92

PDP 151

Invalid nil

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Igueben Ward 5, Unit 1 APC – 77 PDP – 129 #EdoDecides

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Estako NE, ward 07,PU 012

APC 97

PDP 208

Invalid 9

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Esan South East Ward 5, Unit 5 APC – 77 PDP –

130 #EdoDecides

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Egor Ward 3, Unit 14 APC – 162 PDP – 143 #EdoDecides

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Akoko Edo ward 3,PU 7 APC 265 PDP 75

Invalid 9. #EdoDecides

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Oredo Ward 7, Unit 16 APC – 121 PDP – 118 #EdoDecides

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Uhunmwode/02 PDP – 557, APC – 48. #EdoDecides

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With 121 polling units in so far APC- 10,766

PDP- 11,412 Invalid- 1064 #EdoDecides

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Esan West, ward 10, PU 004,

APC 220

PDP 66

Invalid 76

#EdoDecides

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Esan West, ward 6,PU 7

APC 84

PDP 122

Invalid 5

#EdoDecides

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Oredo LG, Ward 1,Unit 31.

APC – 97 votes

PDP – 292 #EdoDecides

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Fmr Deputy Governor of Edo State, Chief

Lucky Imasuen loses PU to PDP. PDP: 211; APC:

178, Ward 10, Unit 2, Egor LGA. #EdoDecides

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Esan North East 04/003 PDP – 252 APC – 71

Oredo 07/017 PDP – 149 APC – 123. #EdoDecides

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Esan central Ward 3, Unit 7.

APC – 65 votes, PDP – 95 Votes. #EdoDecides

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Igueben Unit 3, ward 1 APC – 133 PDP – 80 #EdoDecides

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PU in Ikpoba Okha.

PDP – 133

APC – 105

Invalid – 525

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Esan Central 06/001 – APC:51 PDP:52

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lgueben 02/004 – APC:96 PDP:123

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Etsako Central 04:003 – APC:48 PDP:81

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lgueben 02/004 – APC:96 PDP:123

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Etsako Central 04/003B – APC:15 PDP:31

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Esan North East 09/005 – APC:110 PDP:167 Invalid:13 #EdoDecides

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Egor 03/014 – APC:162 PDP:143 Invalid:25

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Etsako West 11/007 – APC:230 PDP:91 Invalid:9

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Esan central 06/001 – APC:51 PDP:52 #EdoDecides

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Igueben 05/002 – APC:109 PDP:116

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Etsako West 03/002 – APC:197 PDP:70 Invalid:40

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Ikpoba Okha 06/017 – APC:124 PDP:134 Invalid:15 #EdoDecides

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Oredo 12/028 – APC:51 PDP:91

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Oredo 12/027 – APC:101 PDP:103

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Etsako West 05/006 – APC:238 PDP:94 Invalid:10 #EdoDecides

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Egor 09/005 – APC:132 PDP:93 Invalid:4

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Esan West 01/010 – APC:107 PDP:124

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Oredo 11/003 – APC:68 PDP:76 #EdoDecides

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Egor 06/004 – APC:187 PDP:86 Invalid:8

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Etsako East 01/004 – APC:120 PDP:123

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Esan South East 10/010 APC:72 PDP:275 Invalid:3 #edodecides

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Egor 06/004 – APC:187 PDP:86 Invalid:8

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Etsako East 01/004 – APC:120 PDP:123

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Esan South East 10/010 APC:72 PDP:275 Invalid:3 #edodecides

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After collation of 520 polling units.

Obaseki – 53238

Ize-Iyamu – 55112

Invalid – 7391

Election Monitoring Team EMT.

#EdoDecides.

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Ovia north east 06/007 APC:231 PDP 950

OREDO GRA/ETETE/024 APC: 114 PDP: 132

ovia north east 06/12 APC: 67 PDP: 151

#EdoDecide

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Esan North East ,Ward 7,

PDP 2474

APC 1085

#EdoDecides

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Uromi Ward 8

APC 785

PDP 1728

#EdoDecides

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Ward 1 unit 8 @RayDokpesi2016 High Chief Dokpesi’s unit.

PDP 263

APC 90

#IzeIyamuWillWin via @SKSolaKuti

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Omosede Igbinedion’s Unit 2 in ward 1, APC= 257 while PDP scored 286

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…: Omosede Igbinedion’s Unit 1 in ward 1, APC= 257 while PDP scored 286

…..: Unit 4, Okada West Ward 1, APC, 194 while PDP scored 334

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Edo Decides…

The total for George Ida primary School ward 2 unit 3, 4 & 5 PDP= 450 and APC = 345

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EDO DEPUTY GOVERNOR also lost his polling Unit to PDP after sharing N5,000 to woo voters.

PDP 221.

APC 178.

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727 Polling Units (2,672 Units in Edo) –

APC———- 69,196 Votes

PDP———- 75,088 Votes.

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Ize Iyamu Polling. Unit

Ward 1, Orhionmwon LGA.

APC —————–26 Votes.

PDP —————–369 Votes

#EdoDecides

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Oredo LGA ,George Idah collation center,

APC 22,110

PDP 55,368

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Former Minister of Works Chief, Dr. Arc Mike Onolememen defeated APC in his ward

Total: PDP: 2,894. APC:868

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From 1,006 polling units so far,

APC-82,196, PDP-123, 437 #EdoDecides #IzeIyamuWillWin

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APC crisis worsens as members exchange bullets in Asaba

The police in Delta State have arrested some members of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the State following a bloody clash that ensued between supporters of the two factions at the party’s secretariat in Asaba, the state capital.

The party in the state had been in leadership crisis with a faction loyal to Olorogun O’Tega Emerhor and the other loyal to a Second Republic senator, Spanner Okpozo at loggerheads.

During the melee, thugs armed with dangerous weapons including guns invaded the secretariat and allegedly molested members of the state disciplinary committee who were meeting to consider a report of anti-party activities against some members.
Vanguard quoted a source as saying that there was exchange of gun-fire between thugs suspected to be loyal to both factions, adding that heavily armed policemen were immediately invited, who made some arrests.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Celestina Kalu, said that the matter was still being investigated.

The party secretariat has since been sealed by the police.

   

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Man Stabbed to Death after winning Huge Sum Of Lottery Money in Festac

​Ejike Onyejekwe, a 35-year old man has met his end in FESTAC after winning a lot of money in the lottery.

According to the Punch, the man who resided at 21 Road, K Close, FESTAC was stabbed by an unknown assailant.

After winning the lottery, Onyejekwe had splurged on his friends and threw a party last Thursday and Friday, after this, he was said to have argued with an unknown person on the phone after which he allegedly went to see whoever he was talking to but never returned.

His corpse was discovered the next day and was later identified by his friends.

The Punch reports that a resident spoke on the matter saying; “I was sipping tea around 7am when I heard the chairman blowing a whistle. I thought it was strange, but my wife called my attention to the surging crowd on the estate.

“I went downstairs and saw the corpse on the road. Like everybody, I was alarmed. We could not tell how the corpse got there or who he was. He had multiple stab injuries in the head. We all resolved that the case should be reported at the FESTAC Police Station.”

Another source spoke confirming that the deceased man had won the lottery only a few days prior; “The man won a lot of money in a lottery and from last Thursday to Friday, he was asking his friends to drink at his expense.

“He was called on the phone that Friday evening and he went to meet a man. I suspect that a gang stabbed him and used an object to hit him in the head. There were bruises on his knees and it appeared they dragged him on the floor as well.

“When the police were removing his corpse, blood was dripping from his mouth and nostrils. He was murdered in cold blood.”

SP Dolapo Badmos, Public Relations Officer for the police also spoke on the case stating that 2 people had already been arrested in connection to the case; “The chairman of one of the estates reported that at about 7am, he woke up and saw the victim lying lifeless with injuries on his head and body.

“The corpse was deposited at the Isolo General Hospital Mortuary for autopsy. Two suspects, Suleiman Ahmed and Ibrahim Yusuf, were arrested and the case transferred to the SCIID for further investigation.”

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