Israel readies for third election in less than a year
Israel is bracing for an unprecedented third election in under a year, with voters eyeing an end to the deadlock but polls indicating another tight race despite criminal charges
Trump advisor asserts seeing no intel of Russia meddling
President Donald Trump's national security advisor said Sunday he had seen no intelligence that Russia was again meddling in the US elections in favor of his boss.
How court decisions, INEC’s shortcomings may endanger Nigeria’s democracy
If there is anything that poses threat to the continuous existence of democratic governance in Nigeria aside from the rising spate of insecurity and the dangerous trend of distrust among ethnic nationalities in recent times
Anambra 2021: Aspirant promises to make the people his focus
As the countdown to the Anambra 2021 governorship election begins in earnest, more aspirants, especially from the South senatorial district, have continued to emerge, with Mr. Okwudili TobeOlisa Olih
Panel reports 21 Killed, 195 injured in Bayelsa pre-election violence
The panel set up by Bayelsa State Governor Seriake Dickson to probe the pre-election violence in the state last year has reported that 21 people were killed
Abia, Anambra PDP protest Supreme Court’s verdict on Ihedioha
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Abia and Anambra on Sunday marched round the major streets of Umuahia and Awka capital cities to protest against the Supreme Court’s judgment
INEC says no substitution or withdrawal of candidates for Essien Udim rerun
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Akwa Ibom State, has said the commission would not substitute any candidate in the forth-coming senatorial rerun election in Essien Udim Local Government Council of the state.
In Washington, women march against Trump as election looms
Thousands of women marched through Washington on Saturday at a now-annual event opposing US President Donald Trump, striking a defiant note despite falling attendance numbers.
Ihedioha: Supreme Court verdict a rude shock, unfair
Former Imo governor Emeka Ihedioha says the Supreme Court judgment which declared Sen. Hope Uzodinma winner of the 2019 governorship election in the South-Eastern state came to him as a “rude shock”.