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By Duru kizito The Imo State Independent Electoral Commission (ISIEC) has commenced moves to conduct local government election in Imo State. The Commission has held meetings with Inter Party Advisory Committee (IPAC), on when the local government election in the State will take place.
Governor Nyesom Wike told the leadership of the Inter Party Advisory Council of Nigeria, ( IPAC) on their courtesy visit to the governor at the Government House in Port Harcourt today that the development agenda of Rivers state is a state-wide affair and not for a particular local government area in the State. This is to dismiss the rumor or claim by many Rivers people that his administration is focused on developing Phalga and Obio/Akpor local government areas only while neglecting others. Governor Wike stated
Rivers State Governor, Barrister Nyesom Wike while speaking with the leadership of the Inter Party Advisory Council of Nigeria, ( IPAC) who paid the governor a courtesy visit at Port Harcourt Government House. Spoke about the development agenda of the state to be for all as a state-wide affair and not for a particular set of people. Governor Wike said development projects are carried out in every local government area of the state to better its socioeconomic life of Rivers citizens. He explained that such holistic
Some people have insisted that there should be electoral reforms while some others are saying the laws are enough but many Nigerians would agree that there is a need for improvement. Will this improvement come through a "3rd Force"? The former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC,) Prof Attahiru Jega has advised that Nigerians should vote out PDP and APC stating that the two parties are the same.
The Inter Party Advisory Council, IPAC, Ogun State Chapter, has appealed to the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, to formally, as a matter of urgency, inaugurate the Southwestern security outfit, Amotekun, in the state without further delay. The admonition considered to be apt and significant was made in a statement released by the State Publicity Secretary of the body, Deji Babington-Ashaye. According to the release, the appeal has become expedient given the worsening security situation and tension
Don't Be Deceived By The Group Led By Nwogba Morgan In Ebonyi - Chairman of IPAC Warns. It is not in doubt that the leadership of Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) of Ebonyi State chapter is under the control of Hon. Nchita Samuel and Evo Samuel as chairman and secretary of the organization respectively. The IPAC has been in support of the policies and programs of the Ebonyi State government led by His Excellency Engr David Umahi. This is because governor Umahi has transformed the State beyond people's imagination.
The aspiration of one of the 2020 Kosofe Constituency 2 state Assembly bye election hopefuls, Femi Saheed, is creating excitement in Kosofe, Lagos political scene. Though Femi Saheed (FS), is running on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Bye election primary to emerge as the standard flagbearer, but the kind of backing he enjoys is swelling. The chairman of Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) Lagos State chapter, Mallam Shakirudeen Olamilekan Olofin, according to the statement made available
The Special Adviser to Governor Douye Diri on Political Matters, Chief Hon. Collins Cocodia, has sued for peace and political stability amongst political parties in the state, as panacea for sustainable development in the state. Chief Cocodia came out with this on Thursday in his office, in Yenagoa, while playing separate host to the State Chapter of the Inter - Advisory Party Council, IPAC, and the Congress of Bayelsa State 2019 Governorship Candidates during the last election. The former Commissioner for Labour,
Wizkid: I was also a victim of police brutality Nigerian singer Wizkid says he had once been a victim of police brutality. The singer disclosed this when he appeared on Capital Xtra’s ‘The Norte Show’ saying that he participated actively in the just concluded #EndSARS demonstration because of his unpleasant experience. He said: “Police brutality is a serious situation back home in Nigeria. It has been 60 years of political injustice, nepotism, madness and corruption at the highest level. It is sad that
Governors Altered Earlier Agreement On Autonomy, Says Ngige The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, on Friday, said state governors on the platform of the Nigeria Governors Forum altered some parts of the agreement they reached on Monday with other stakeholders on the implementation of financial autonomy for state legislature and the judiciary, hence the lingering industrial action by members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria.
IPAC lauds FG’s stand ruling out negotiation with bandits, terrorists Dr Leonard Nzenwa, National Chairman, IPAC, said this when he spoke at a news conference on Friday in Abuja.
Mr. Nwogba Morgan and Others Are Not The Leaders Of IPAC in Ebonyi - Hon. Samuel Cries Out. Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) in Ebonyi State chapter is ably led by Hon. Nchita Samuel as the chairman and secretary is Hon. Evo Samuel. The IPAC has been under the effective control and management of the above duo in support of the governor of Ebonyi State. They are not anti Government and have been in good working relationship with the state government. Envied by the way effective and astute style of piloting
According to reports, the Political Party Chairmen in Akwa Ibom State have secured a court injunction as IPAC National Chairman allegedly receive an undisclosed amount from the state Government to support the governor's faction in a charade termed election of Interim State Management Committee. The report alleged that the National Chairman of IPAC Interim management committee, Dr Leonard Nzenwa and his EXCO are in a money making spree round the South South states in the name of elections. A letter inviting political
In a press conference of The Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) held on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at the Nigerian Union of Journalists Centre, Utako, Abuja, the National Chairman, Interim management committee IPAC gave authority and directives to the state chapters of IPAC Nationwide to institute and have an interim management committee to oversee the affairs of IPAC in their respective states. Text from the press conference reads thus, in parts: "...In furtherance of above, state chapters of IPAC is hereby
The Inter-Party Advisory Council, IPAC, Enugu State section has chosen new individuals from its official. We report that the political race became essential after the reregistration of more than 70 ideological groups by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC. Tending to writers on Monday after the activity, the new administrator of the IPAC in the State, Barr. Ken Ike, of the Allied Peoples Movement said the political race was with no type of antipathy. He stated, "It was a mandate of the
The attention of the Inter Party Advisory Council of Nigeria (IPAC) under High Chief Peter Ameh has been drawn to a malicious and false derogatory report bordering on the arrest of the President of IPAC, High Chief Peter Ameh alongside the National Legal Adviser and other respected Officers of the Council. We wish to notify members of the Council and the general public, of such malicious mischief and for all to disregard such infantile falsehood and cheap blackmail from mischief makers and enemies of democracy.
IPAC hails Supreme Court judgment on INEC deregistration of parties.The Inter Parties Advisory Council has says it welcomes the landmark judgment of the Supreme Court on Friday, which upheld the Independent National Electoral Commission’s power to deregister political parties.IPAC, in a statement issued on Saturday, urged the 74 parties deregistered by INEC on February 6, 2020, to work with the current 18 parties for sustainable democracy in Nigeria, having exhausted the full circle of jurisprudence.
A coalition of the 18 registered political parties in Nigeria under the aegis of Inter -Party Advisory Council has raised the alarm over plans by some highly placed persons to destabilise the electoral process in the country using the judiciary. According to them , the plans had reached an advanced stage to stop the Senate from screening the former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission , Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, who has been nominated by the Presidency for another forum years. “ Same forces
OUTCOME OF TODAY’S IPAC MEETING (March 27, 2020) 1) The EC informed IPAC that all is set for the deployment of a new biometric voter registration technology which will lead to the compilation of a new voters register, without which the December 7 elections cannot be held. 2) The new voter registration exercise is scheduled to begin by the end of June (the last week of June) by which time the C.I which is currently before Parliament would have matured. 3) The nationwide voter registration exercise is exp