2023 presidential election
There has been much talk about a Second Industrial Revolution for the Third World. The so-called Asian Tigers doggedly researched and produced themselves out of Third to First World, to believe Lee Kuan Yew.
The pretense of carrying on in Abuja as if the 2023 Presidential Election has come and gone and the winner has settled into office and his tasks as President is just Psychological Gimmickry to hoodwink Nigerians and the International Community into docility..
Labour Party (LP) on Thursday presented over 18,000 polling unit results which it claimed ere downloaded from the INEC Result Viewing portal.
Section 134 (2) of the CFRN 1999 provides that “A candidate for an election to the office of President shall be deemed to have been duly elected where, there being more than two candidates for the election, he has the highest number of votes cast at the election; and must have nothing less than one-quarter of the votes cast at the election in each of at least two-thirds of all the States in the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
Since the return of Nigeria’s democracy in 1999, society has never witnessed the fervour stirred up for the 2023 election due to the assent of the Electoral Act 2022 by President Muhammadu Buhari.
As reactions trail the disclosure by the Department of State Services (DSS) on Wednesday over plot to install interim government ahead of May 29 handover from President Muhammadu Buhari to President-elect Bola Tinubu, Labour Party (LP) has dissociated itself from the alleged plot, denying being part of any unconstitutional arrangement to install an interim government.
Former President Donald Trump did not invent fake news. He appropriated it, exploited it and weaponized it. He defined fake news in purely utilitarian Trumpian interests to separate enemies from friends in the news media.
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo, yesterday, said it would resist every attempt to give the 2023 presidential election ethnic colouration.
Legal fireworks have been initiated at the Court of Appeal, Abuja, as three out of the 18 political parties that participated in the February 25 presidential election, yesterday, filed their individual petitions against the outcome of the election.
A lot of water has passed under the bridge after the February 25th 2023 Presidential Elections. There is therefore the temptation to take a plunge in and indulge.
Nigeria is at the cusp of political transition. Millions of dispossessed Nigerians, who chafe and suffer under the weight of excruciating poverty caused by our political leaders’ maladministration, want a change for the better....
With nine days to go and for the third straight time, Peter Obi, candidate of the Labour Party, has been predicted winner of the forthcoming presidential election.