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Lockdown, Corona Virus Won’t Affect Gubernatorial Elections – INEC

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said the ravaging corona virus pandemic and the stay at home order by the government won’t affect the conduct of elections. The commission noted that it was aware of the dangers posed by the virus especially with regards to the forthcoming Ondo and Edo states governorship elections.

The National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee made this known in a statement. According to him, all processes and operational strategies to ensure the smooth conduct of the elections would be held after due consultations from relevant stakeholders. This was to ensure the safety of all concerned persons.

The commission reiterated its commitment to conduct the Edo and Ondo governorship elections on 19th September and 10th October 2020 as contained in the timetable and schedule of activities released on 6th February 2020″, the statement said.

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Buhari Appoints Gambari As New Chief Of Staff

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Recently, President Buhari Chief Of Staff, Abba Kyari Passes On, So there have been questions upon questions that who is the new Chief of Staff to the president?

However, President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed a former Minister of External Affairs, Ibrahim Agboola Gambari, as his Chief of Staff.

Gambari was born on November 24, 1944 in Ilorin, Kwara State and served as Minister for External Affairs between 1984 and 1985.

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He holds the record of being the longest serving Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations (January 1990 to October 1999), and altogether served under five Heads of State and President.Ibrahim Agboola GambariHe was subsequently appointed by the former Secretary-General of United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, and the chairperson of the African Union Commission as Joint African Union-United Nations Special Representative for Darfur in January 2010.

Gambari was Nigeria’s envoy to the United Nations in 1995 when Ogoni environmentalist, Ken Saro-Wiwa, and eight other activists were hanged by the then-military government of General Sani Abacha, according to Reuters.

He was rejected by the people of the Niger Delta for defending Abacha’s actions against international condemnation at the time of Saro-Wiwa’s execution.Gambari also supported the annulment of the June 12,1993 election won by business tycoon, Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola.

On March 4, 2013, he was named by the Kwara State governor, AbdulFatah Ahmad, as the pioneer Chancellor of the Kwara State University.

Gambari attended King’s College, Lagos. He subsequently attended the London School of Economics where he obtained his B.Sc. (Economics) degree (1968) with specialisation in International Relations.He later obtained his M.A. (1970) and Ph. D. (1974) degrees from Columbia University, New York, USA, in Political Science/International

Source: Saharareporter.com

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You Have All Failed, Melaye Tells Public Office Holders

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A former Senator representing Kogi Central, Dino Melaye today lashed out heavily on present and past public office holders for failing to perform their duties as required.

The erstwhile senator who is known for making comic demonstrations during plenary, bemoaned the current economic downturn in the country occasioned by the sharp decline in the price of oil.

In his tweet via his handle @dino_melaye, he said, “Everyone who held and is holding any political office in Nigeria, whether elective or appointed, including me, has failed. We sold crude oil for 64 years but we couldn’t feed our citizens for just two weeks of lockdown. Well, the God of the poor will judge us all. It’s time to reboot.”

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