Tag Archives: Nasarawa State

NGIJ Petitions EFCC, Asks Anti-Graft Body to Investigate Nasarawa, Others Over IGR Manipulations

NGIJ Inaugurates New National Executive Council

The Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists, NGIJ has asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC to beam its searchlight on the malfeasance/manipulation associated with collection of the Internally Generated Revenue, IGR in Nasarawa and other states of the federation. In a petition signed by Oluwasegun Abifarin, its BOT Chairman and Olawale Abideen, President; addressed to Mallam Ibrahim Magu, the ...

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Nasarawa/Toto Bye-election: INEC Declares Polls Inconclusive

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday declared the just concluded Nasarawa/Toto Federal Constituency bye-election inconclusive due to the cancellation of votes as a result of over-voting. According to the Returning Officer for the election, Dr Wilfred Uji of Federal University, Lafia, Nasarawa State, “For Nasarawa/Toto federal constituency, we have a total number of 202,338 registered voters for the ...

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I’ll Win At Tribunal, Says APGA Candidate, Labaran Maku

The candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Nasarawa State, Labaran Maku has expressed optimism that he shall emerge victorious at the electoral tribunal sitting in Lafia, the state capital. The former Information Minister, who spoke on Thursday during a press briefing on the conclusion of their presentations at the electoral tribunal in Abuja, noted that citizens of the ...

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Elections: INEC In Sensitive Material Mix-up Controversy

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been accused by political parties of mixing up materials for Saturday’s presidential election. In Nasarawa State, participating political parties in election have raised alarm over what they called a “mix-up” in the distribution of the sensitive materials for the 2015 presidential and National assembly elections holding March 28. Already the mix-up has thrown ...

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