“Agents In The Polling Units Signed The Form EC8A, But Didn’t Upload The Results” — Petition Witness
In the ongoing legal case against the results of the 2023 presidential election, the People's Democratic Party (PDP) has called upon their fourth witness, Abiye Sekibo, to testify against Bola Tinubu's re-election for the All Progressives Congress (APC). According to Arise News, Sekibo, a medical doctor and businessman based in Port Harcourt, testified that he witnessed the ballot counting and all polling agents signed the official document for recording results, Form EC8A. However, he raised an alarm that the
Nigeria Court Restrains NLC and TUC From Strike Action Against Fuel Subsidy Removal
According to vanguardngr (5 June, 2023) .The Lagos High Court has issued an injunction against the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) to stop a proposed strike action following the removal of fuel subsidies by the federal government. An indefinite strike was planned by the labour unions in response to the withdrawal of subsidy on petrol and diesel, which has led to a 40% increase in fuel prices to N283 per litre from N162.25.
Today's Headlines:What I’ll do if Tinubu offers me appointment –Wike; Take care of poor Abians –Obi
What I’ll do if Tinubu offers me appointment – Wike Photo Credit: The immediate past governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike has disclosed what he would do if President Bola Tinubu offers him an appointment. Wike said he would consult his wife and friends if Tinubu gives him an appointment.
I Insist That The Senate Presidency Should Be Giving To The Southeast - Dokubo
A prominent political figure of the Ijaw ethnic group in the Nigerian Niger Delta is Asari-Dokubo, formerly Melford Dokubo Goodhead Jr. and more commonly known as Asari. According to Asari-Dokubo, Mr. President, you are not moving in the right direction. We do not benefit from the complete exclusion of the Southeast.
We Know Those People Abusing The Subsidy System; They're Richer Than Some State Governments—Kachikwu
During an interview with Channels Television, Dumebi Kachikwu stated that they know those people who are abusing the subsidy system, pointing out that they are richer than some state governments. He stated that the Nigerian government should go after those abusing the subsidy system in order to improve the economic situation of the country and prevent it from crashing.