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Today's Headline:EFCC Intercepts N32.4m New Notes In Lagos, NANS S'West Support For Tinubu Stands-VP

EFCC Intercepts N32.4m New Notes For Vote Buying In Lagos.

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has intercepted N32,400, 000.00 cash allegedly meant for vote buying in Lagos State.

EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, said the recovery was made by operatives of the Lagos zonal command of the anti-graft agency on Friday.Uwujaren further stated in a statement that an unnamed suspect arrested in connection with the money is currently being questioned at the EFCC office.

Part of the statement reads: “The massive operation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to deter vote trading and other financial malfeasance ahead of tomorrow’s presidential and national assembly elections may have begun paying dividends with the interception in Lagos of the sum of N32,400,000 allegedly suspected to be used for vote buying in Lagos.

“The suspect involved has been taken into custody for further questioning.

NANS South-West Support For Tinubu Stands – VP.

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The Vice President (External Affairs) of the National Association of Nigerian Students, Akinteye Babatunde Azeez, has reiterated that the student body’s support for Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress.

He made this known in a statement titled, ‘NAN, SUG presidents, students leader, stakeholders and national youth parliament endorsement of Asiwaju Bola Tinibu stands’.

The statement read, “Following the recent developments of news flying around, I use this medium to reiterate again that our endorsement of ASIWAJU BOLA AHMED TINUBU STANDS.

Kano gov: I’m PDP candidate, Abacha tells S’Court.

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A son of a late Head of State, late General Sani Abacha, Mohammed, has filed two notices of appeal before the Supreme Court requesting some reliefs.

Through his counsel, Reuben Atabo (SAN), Abacha wants the apex court to nullify the February 10 judgment by the Court of Appeal in Kano, which voided his nomination as the governorship candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party in Kano State.

He is also urging the apex court to order the Independent National Electoral Commission to reinstate him as the valid candidate of the PDP in Kano for the next governorship election.

In two notices of appeal filed by his lawyer, Abacha argued that the Court of Appeal, Kano, erred in law when it set aside an earlier judgment of the Federal High Court, Kano, which recognised him as the actual candidate of the party in the state.

INEC Omits Labour Party Logo On Ballot Sent To Ondo.

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Candidates of Labour Party(LP) in Ondo State have complained about the disappearance of the party’s logo on the ballot papers sent to the state by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The candidates complained over the omission by INEC, describing it as unacceptable.Addressing journalists in Akure, the state secretary, Agbaje Abiodun, said the action of the electoral body was a deliberate act to disenfranchise their supporters.

Abiodun said: “There is an omission of our party logo on the ballots brought by the Independent National Electoral Commission for the National Assembly (Senate and House of Representatives) elections.”

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