Finally Supreme Court trashes APC’s appeal on Rivers primaries

The Supreme Court has struck out an appeal filed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) challenging the judgment of a High Court in Port Harcourt which barred the party from conducting any primaries in the state to nominate candidates to represent the party in the forthcoming election.
Ruling on a preliminary objection raised by the respondents, Ibrahim Umah and 22 other aggrieved members of the APC, Justice Amiru Sanusi, in a lead judgement, said that there was substance in the objection raised by the respondent.

PDP raises fresh alarm over Presidential Election

.Says threats from APC, Buhari Campaign are worrisome
By Valentine Amanze

Ogbonnaya Onu's kinsmen, SPD guber, LP chieftain defect to PDP

By Felix Uka,

What Obi did at Anambra fire disaster scene

.Says I was not attacked at Abuja
By Valentine Amanze

Obaseki extols virtues of former Mid-Western region Governor, late Maj. Gen. David Ejoor

...mourns passing of Taiwo Ogunjobi

Dogara: How Bauchi gov diverted N400b using ghost workers

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, has alleged massive fraud and theft perpetrated by Bauchi State government under Governor Mohammed Abubakar to the tune of N400 billion from May 2015 when he assumed office to date.
But in a sharp reaction, the governor described Dogara’s allegations as “balderdash”, saying what his administration has received from the Federal Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) in the past three years was not even close to N400 billion.

We are examining Supreme Court ruling on party’s primaries in Rivers – APC

.Okorocha remans suspended, party insists

Supreme Court upholds High Court judgment barring APC from conducting Primaries in Rivers

The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the High Court judgment that ab-initio barred the APC from conducting its ward, local government, and state congresses in Rivers State, pending the determination of a suit that was filed by 22 aggrieved chieftains of the party.

PVC: PDP cautions INEC against hoarding

By Valentine Amanze

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has urged Nigerians, who are yet to collect their Permanent Voters Cards (PVC) to take advantage of the extension of deadline for collection by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to get their cards ahead of next Saturday’s Presidential election.

Marketers close shop, embrace Atiku, Obi in Anambra

.As Obi preaches unity
By Valentine Amanze