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Today's Headlines: Unknown Gunmen Attack Checkpoint, Kill 2 Policemen In Enugu, Obi, Peter Mbah Meet In Onitsha

Unknown Gunmen Attack Checkpoint, Kill 2 Policemen In Enugu

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Unknown gunmen resumed their attacks on security checkpoints in Enugu State on Sunday, reportedly killing two policemen.

DAILY POST reports that the gunmen launched the attack at a police checkpoint close to the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, UNEC.

A source hinted that the policemen, who were on stop and search, were caught unawares.

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Obi, Peter Mbah Meet In Onitsha

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The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, in the just concluded 2023 general elections, Mr Peter Obi, Friday met with the Enugu state governor-elect, Peter Mbah.

Mbah contested the gubernatorial election under the platform of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP.

He defeated the candidate of Labour party, Edeoga and Frank Nweke Jr of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA.

Tension Over Alleged Move To Arrest Peter Obi, Running Mate

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Tension has continued to build up across the country, particularly among the supporters of presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Mr Peter Obi over purported plans by the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, to get him arrested.

The alleged move was sequel to the activities of the former Anambra Governor, his running mate, Datti Ahmed and their supporters after losing the February 25 presidential poll.

Recall that Peter Obi, his party and supporters, popularly known as Obidients, rejected the outcome of the just concluded presidential poll that produced Bola Tinubu of APC as president-elect.

INEC Lacks Credibility For Future Elections- Prof Adibe

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will have reduced credibility to conduct future elections following its performance in the 2023 general elections.

This is according to a Professor of Political Science and Elections Analyst, Jideofor Adibe, who accused the electoral body of being part of the nation’s problem. “INEC as presently constituted, I am not sure they have enough legitimacy to organise future elections, but INEC is only a part of the problem,” he stated.

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