Appeal Court rejects Ize-Iyamu’s demand for extension of Ballot recount
Ize-Iyamu had asked the appellate court to order the tribunal to continue the recounting of used ballot papers from four local government areas produced before the lower tribunal.
Massive turnout of voters as Edo elects new governor
The residents of Edo State yesterday went to the polls to elect a new governor. The election which began at 8:30 a.m. witnessed a massive turnout of voters .
That Edo State may be liberated
On Wednesday, September 28, 2016, most indigenes of Edo State from all works of life are expected to have arrived in the state to exercise their civic rights.
‘How PDP will reclaim Edo State’
I urge all men and women of goodwill to join hands with me to prepare the party as an alternative choice in 2016 for Edo people’s quest for good governance.
With polls shift in Edo, contenders vary tactics
Since it was without consultation with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the electoral body could not confirm the position of the security agencies when it was contacted. It was a moment of uncertainty for everyone.
‘September 10, liberation day for our people’
A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s lawmaker has described September 10 as a day of liberation for the Edo People, from the “shackles of bad governance and underdevelopment.”
Obaseki berates Ize-Iyamu, PDP candidate faults speaker’s emergence
Obaseki specifically noted that his rival lacks the working experience, accusing him of being part of those who allegedly ran the state aground while his party held sway.
Edo guber: PDP, Ize-Iyamu flaunt their might
The last two weeks have been one of the busiest politically for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo State as it strives to win back the state which it lost to then opposition Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) now All Progressives Congress (APC) almost eight years ago.