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Recent News

Explosion rocks Anambra polling units

Explosion greeted a polling unit in Awka Anambra State IN the morning of election day when electorate in the area were preparing for accreditation. 00    Read More »

INEC Website Hacked


The website of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has been hacked and remains inaccessible. 00    Read More »

INEC Suspends House of Reps Election in Jigawa


The Resident Electoral Commissioner in Jigawa State, Alhaji Halliru Aliyu Tambuwal has announced the suspension of the conduct of election into the eleven federal constituencies in the state as a result of dearth of voting materials. 00    Read More »

Two killed as Boko Haram attacks polling stations in Gombe

Boko Haram

At least two people were killed in a suspected Boko Haram attack on polling stations in northeast Nigeria on Saturday, residents and an election official told AFP. 00    Read More »

Apple boss ‘disappointed’ by new Indiana religious law

Many shops in Indiana are putting up stickers that condemn the Religious Freedom bill

Apple’s chief executive, Tim Cook, has joined other tech firms in denouncing a law passed in the US state of Indiana, which some argue could allow businesses to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers. Governor Mike Pence signed a bill on Thursday that prevents the state from restricting a person’s ability to exercise their religion. “We are deeply disappointed in ... Read More »


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