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Today's Headlines: Ex-PDP Guber Candidate, Nasko Decamps To APC, Wike Approves Promotion Of Rivers Civil Servants

Ex-PDP Guber Candidate, Nasko Decamps To APC

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The governorship candidate of the Niger State People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in 2015 and 2019 elections, Alh. Umar Mohammed Nasko has dumped the party for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

This is coming on the heels of the lost of his presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

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Wike Approves Promotion Of Civil Servants

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Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike has resolved to implement outstanding promotion of the State’s civil servants and fulfill his promise of employing 10,000 youths into the service.

Wike said that he had forwarded the list of members of the Civil Service Commission immediately to the State House of Assembly for screening to enable the commission to oversee the process.

Ex-PDP Lawmaker, Others Defect To APC In Ondo

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Barely two weeks after the presidential election, members and chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ondo State dumped PDP for the ruling All Progressives Congress on Thursday.

It was gathered that the defectors are from the 18 local government areas of the state and they were received by the state leadership of the APC at the party secretariat, along Oyemekun Road, Akure, the state capital.

Friday Nwosu, APC National Welfare Secretary Is Dead

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Friday Nwosu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) national welfare secretary, is dead.

The ruling party announced his demise in a tweet on Thursday night. The cause of his death is unknown.

Tinubu's Victory Stands, Presidency Replies PDP, LP, Others

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The Presidency has said despite alleged irregularities and harsh criticism of the Independent National Electoral Commission, the results of the February 25 Presidential and National Assembly elections still stand until otherwise proven in court.

It also ruled out any possibility of annulling the presidential elections as was done on June 12, 1993; advising aggrieved candidates of the opposition parties to pursue redress in court instead.

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