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  •  The Peoples Democratic Party PDP has adopted a grassroots structure for its electioneering campaign for the 2023 general election The PDP National Publicity Secretary Mr Debo Ologunagba said this at the end of the meeting of the National Working Committee NWC of the party in Abuja Ologunagba said that the party also approved a unified campaign structure for its campaign across the country for the general election He said that the NWC at its 97th meeting deliberated on issues of urgent national importance as well as the preparations for the 2023 general election NEC also approved the structure for campaign councils at the states local government ward and unit levels while it unanimously empower the NWC to modify and adjust the structures of the campaign councils as and when the need arises NEC received and approved the proposed structure for Zonal Reconciliation Committees to be set up to ensure that our party presents a common front ahead of the 2023 general elections NEC also received and approved the composition of the Manifesto Review Committee to review the manifesto of the PDP ahead of the 2023 general election he said The national publicity secretary said that NEC also charged party faithful to remain united in rallying toward the success of the PDP at the 2023 general election He said that NEC also decried the current state of the nation s economy and the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU among others Ologunagba added that the NEC unanimously passed a vote of confidence on the party National Working Committee NWC led by Sen Iyorchia Ayu for effectively managing the affairs of the party He said that NEC also endorsed the resignation of the Chairman of the PDP Board of Trustees Sen Walid Jibrin and accepted the nomination of Sen Adolphus Wabara the Secretary of the BoT as the acting Chairman NEC thanked Jibrin for his loyalty and commitment toward the unity stability and success of the Party at all times and urged him not to relent in his service to the Party and the Nation at large he said Ologunagba said that NEC congratulated the party as well as the Osun Governor Elect Sen Ademola Adeleke for PDP victory at the July 16 governorship election NEC unanimously ratified the list of candidates of the party as submitted to the INEC by the NWC he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    PDP adopts grassroots structure for 2023 campaign
     The Peoples Democratic Party PDP has adopted a grassroots structure for its electioneering campaign for the 2023 general election The PDP National Publicity Secretary Mr Debo Ologunagba said this at the end of the meeting of the National Working Committee NWC of the party in Abuja Ologunagba said that the party also approved a unified campaign structure for its campaign across the country for the general election He said that the NWC at its 97th meeting deliberated on issues of urgent national importance as well as the preparations for the 2023 general election NEC also approved the structure for campaign councils at the states local government ward and unit levels while it unanimously empower the NWC to modify and adjust the structures of the campaign councils as and when the need arises NEC received and approved the proposed structure for Zonal Reconciliation Committees to be set up to ensure that our party presents a common front ahead of the 2023 general elections NEC also received and approved the composition of the Manifesto Review Committee to review the manifesto of the PDP ahead of the 2023 general election he said The national publicity secretary said that NEC also charged party faithful to remain united in rallying toward the success of the PDP at the 2023 general election He said that NEC also decried the current state of the nation s economy and the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU among others Ologunagba added that the NEC unanimously passed a vote of confidence on the party National Working Committee NWC led by Sen Iyorchia Ayu for effectively managing the affairs of the party He said that NEC also endorsed the resignation of the Chairman of the PDP Board of Trustees Sen Walid Jibrin and accepted the nomination of Sen Adolphus Wabara the Secretary of the BoT as the acting Chairman NEC thanked Jibrin for his loyalty and commitment toward the unity stability and success of the Party at all times and urged him not to relent in his service to the Party and the Nation at large he said Ologunagba said that NEC congratulated the party as well as the Osun Governor Elect Sen Ademola Adeleke for PDP victory at the July 16 governorship election NEC unanimously ratified the list of candidates of the party as submitted to the INEC by the NWC he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    PDP adopts grassroots structure for 2023 campaign
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    PDP adopts grassroots structure for 2023 campaign

    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has adopted a grassroots structure for its electioneering campaign for the 2023 general election.

    The PDP National Publicity Secretary, Mr Debo Ologunagba said this at the end of the meeting of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the  party  in Abuja.

    Ologunagba said that the party also approved a unified campaign structure for its campaign across the country, for the general election.

    He said that the NWC at its 97th meeting deliberated on issues of urgent national importance as well as the preparations for the 2023 general election.

    “NEC also approved the structure for campaign councils at the states, local government, ward and unit levels, while it unanimously empower the NWC to modify and adjust the structures of the campaign councils as and when the need arises.

    “NEC received and approved the proposed structure for Zonal Reconciliation Committees to be set up to ensure that our party presents a common front ahead of the 2023 general elections.

    “NEC also received and approved the composition of the Manifesto Review Committee to review the manifesto of the PDP ahead of the 2023 general election,”he said.

    The national publicity secretary, said that NEC also charged party faithful to remain united in rallying toward the success of the PDP at the 2023 general election.

    He said that NEC also decried the current state of the nation’s economy and the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) among others.

    Ologunagba added that the NEC unanimously passed a vote of confidence on the party National Working Committee (NWC) led by Sen.  Iyorchia Ayu for effectively managing the affairs of the party.

    He said that NEC also endorsed the resignation of the Chairman of the PDP Board of Trustees, Sen. Walid Jibrin and accepted the nomination of Sen. Adolphus Wabara, the Secretary of the BoT, as the acting Chairman.

    “NEC thanked Jibrin for his loyalty and commitment toward the unity, stability and success of the Party at all times and urged him not to relent in his service to the Party and the Nation at large,”he said.

    Ologunagba said that NEC congratulated the party as well as the Osun Governor-Elect, Sen. Ademola Adeleke for PDP victory at the July 16 governorship election.

    “NEC unanimously ratified the list of candidates of the party as submitted to the INEC by the NWC,” he  said 
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  •  NAN The Osun Election Tribunal in Osogbo on Friday granted the request of Sen Ademola Adeleke the Peoples Democratic Party PDP s governor elect to inspect the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC materials The tribunal had also agreed on his request to conduct forensic audit of the BVAS machine Justice Tertsea Kume the Chairman of the Tribunal granted Adeleke s application to inspect and conduct forensic audit of the BVAS machines Mr Hashim Abioye one of Adeleke s Counsel who spoke to newsmen after the proceeding said there was the need to conduct a thorough forensic audit of the BVAS machine used for the election The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Tribunal had on Aug 22 granted permission to Gov Gboyega Oyetola and his party the All Progressives Congress APC to inspect materials used for the July 16 governorship poll NAN also reports that Oyetola and APC are plaintiffs in the suit earlier filed challenging the victory of Adeleke at the governorship election INEC had declared Sen Ademola Adeleke governor elect as winner of the Osun July 16 governorship elections where he defeated the incumbent Oyetola Oyetola who was not satisfied with the outcome of the election dragged both INEC and Adeleke to court through his lead counsel Mr Yomi Aliyu SAN NAN NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Tribunal grants Adeleke’s request to inspect INEC materials, others 
     NAN The Osun Election Tribunal in Osogbo on Friday granted the request of Sen Ademola Adeleke the Peoples Democratic Party PDP s governor elect to inspect the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC materials The tribunal had also agreed on his request to conduct forensic audit of the BVAS machine Justice Tertsea Kume the Chairman of the Tribunal granted Adeleke s application to inspect and conduct forensic audit of the BVAS machines Mr Hashim Abioye one of Adeleke s Counsel who spoke to newsmen after the proceeding said there was the need to conduct a thorough forensic audit of the BVAS machine used for the election The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Tribunal had on Aug 22 granted permission to Gov Gboyega Oyetola and his party the All Progressives Congress APC to inspect materials used for the July 16 governorship poll NAN also reports that Oyetola and APC are plaintiffs in the suit earlier filed challenging the victory of Adeleke at the governorship election INEC had declared Sen Ademola Adeleke governor elect as winner of the Osun July 16 governorship elections where he defeated the incumbent Oyetola Oyetola who was not satisfied with the outcome of the election dragged both INEC and Adeleke to court through his lead counsel Mr Yomi Aliyu SAN NAN NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Tribunal grants Adeleke’s request to inspect INEC materials, others 
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    Tribunal grants Adeleke’s request to inspect INEC materials, others 

    NAN ) The Osun Election Tribunal in Osogbo on Friday, granted the request of Sen. Ademola Adeleke, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP’s) governor-elect, to inspect the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) materials.

    The tribunal had also agreed on his request to conduct forensic audit of the BVAS machine.

    Justice Tertsea Kume, the Chairman of the Tribunal, granted Adeleke’s application to inspect and conduct forensic audit of the BVAS machines.

    Mr Hashim Abioye, one of  Adeleke’s Counsel, who spoke to newsmen after the proceeding, said there was the need to conduct a thorough forensic audit of the BVAS machine used for the election.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Tribunal had on Aug. 22, granted permission to Gov. Gboyega Oyetola and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) to inspect materials used for the July 16, governorship poll.

    NAN also reports that Oyetola and APC are plaintiffs in the suit earlier filed, challenging the victory of Adeleke at the governorship election.

    INEC had declared Sen. Ademola Adeleke, governor -elect, as winner of the Osun July 16 governorship elections, where he defeated the incumbent, Oyetola.

    Oyetola, who was not satisfied with the outcome of the election, dragged both INEC and Adeleke to court through his lead counsel, Mr Yomi Aliyu (SAN).

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  •  Gov Adegboyega Oyetola of Osun says his faith in the judiciary in respect of the petition before the Osun Election Petition Tribunal on the just concluded governorship election remains firm and unshaken Oyetola made the assertions at the annual Photography and Videography Day celebration and raising of fund for the construction of the association s N20 million Ultra modern Hall on Sunday in Osogbo Represented by Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement Oyetola said he was confident with his party the All Progressives Congress APC to reclaim his mandate at the tribunal He said For now there is a little setback and challenge but I want to assure you that we are standing tall and confident of victory With what we have before the tribunal there is no cause for alarm We believe that by the grace of God we will glorify God and celebrate our victory The governor thanked the people of the state for their supports for his administration since inception He also commended members of the association for standing by his administration assuring them of the government s continuous assistance for growth of their businesses In his remarks the Chairman of the association Mr Isaac Adegoke said that members of the association were direct beneficiaries of the governor s people oriented programmes Adegoke said that members of the association were solidly behind the governor and would continue to support him in prayers for him to emerge victorious at the tribunal Also the Elerinrin of Ile Ife Oba Olaoluwa Mudasiru also the immediate past Chairman of the association commended the governor for his developmental strides in the state The traditional ruler also appreciated the governor for his support for the association Oyetola had filed a petition at the election tribunal on Aug 5 challenging the outcomes of the July 16 governorship election won by Sen Ademola Adeleke the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP www ng NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Tribunal: I’ve strong faith in Judiciary, says Oyetola
     Gov Adegboyega Oyetola of Osun says his faith in the judiciary in respect of the petition before the Osun Election Petition Tribunal on the just concluded governorship election remains firm and unshaken Oyetola made the assertions at the annual Photography and Videography Day celebration and raising of fund for the construction of the association s N20 million Ultra modern Hall on Sunday in Osogbo Represented by Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement Oyetola said he was confident with his party the All Progressives Congress APC to reclaim his mandate at the tribunal He said For now there is a little setback and challenge but I want to assure you that we are standing tall and confident of victory With what we have before the tribunal there is no cause for alarm We believe that by the grace of God we will glorify God and celebrate our victory The governor thanked the people of the state for their supports for his administration since inception He also commended members of the association for standing by his administration assuring them of the government s continuous assistance for growth of their businesses In his remarks the Chairman of the association Mr Isaac Adegoke said that members of the association were direct beneficiaries of the governor s people oriented programmes Adegoke said that members of the association were solidly behind the governor and would continue to support him in prayers for him to emerge victorious at the tribunal Also the Elerinrin of Ile Ife Oba Olaoluwa Mudasiru also the immediate past Chairman of the association commended the governor for his developmental strides in the state The traditional ruler also appreciated the governor for his support for the association Oyetola had filed a petition at the election tribunal on Aug 5 challenging the outcomes of the July 16 governorship election won by Sen Ademola Adeleke the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP www ng NewsSourceCredit NAN
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    Tribunal: I’ve strong faith in Judiciary, says Oyetola

    Gov. Adegboyega Oyetola of Osun, says his faith in the judiciary in respect of the petition before the Osun Election Petition Tribunal on the just concluded governorship election remains firm and unshaken.

    Oyetola made the assertions at the annual Photography and Videography Day celebration and raising of fund for the construction of the association’s N20 million Ultra-modern Hall, on Sunday in Osogbo.

    Represented by Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement, Oyetola said he was confident with his party the All Progressives Congress (APC), to reclaim his mandate at the tribunal.

    He said: “For now, there is a little setback and challenge,  but I want to assure you that we are standing tall and confident of victory.

    “With what we have before the tribunal, there is no cause for alarm.

    “We believe that by the grace of God, we will glorify God and celebrate our victory.

    ” The governor thanked the people of the state for their supports for his administration since inception.

    He also commended members of the association for standing by his administration, assuring them of the government’s continuous assistance for growth of their businesses.

    In his remarks, the Chairman of the association, Mr Isaac Adegoke, said that members of the association were direct beneficiaries of the governor’s  people-oriented programmes.

    Adegoke said that members of the association were solidly behind the governor and would continue to support him in prayers for him to emerge victorious at the tribunal.

    Also,  the Elerinrin of Ile-Ife, Oba Olaoluwa Mudasiru, also the immediate past Chairman of the association, commended the governor for his developmental strides in the state.

    The traditional ruler also appreciated the governor for his support for the association.

    Oyetola had filed a petition at the election tribunal on Aug. 5, challenging the outcomes of the July 16 governorship election won by Sen. Ademola Adeleke, the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), www.

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  •  Fruit sellers in Osun on Sunday described Gov Gboyega Oyetola s decision to challenge the outcome of the July 16 election in the state at the election tribunal as the best decision ever Operating on the platform of the Osun Chapter of the Fruit Sellers Association of Nigeria they made the pronouncement at an engagement programme organised by the state s Civic Engagement Centre in Osogbo Chairman of the group Alhaji Adbulateef Famakinwa said the people of the state would not allow the outcome of the election to demoralise them but would continue to support the governor with prayers Famakinwa said the group was confident that the tribunal s verdict would be favourable to the governor at the end of hearings He noted that the various projects executed by the governor could not go unnoticed and added that the association was solidly behind the governor to reclaim his mandate at the tribunal We will not stop praying for the governor to come out victorious at the tribunal We are with him and we will support him with everything we have for him to succeed he stressed In his response the governor thanked members of the group for their support and solidarity Represented by his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye the governor said he was confident of victory at the tribunal The governor also commended people of the state for their unflinching and unwavering support adding that the will of God would prevail He said the grounds on which he was challenging the election at the tribunal were valid and expressed optimism that justice would prevail The governor added the good works he had started would continue and dividends of democracy would continue to be provided for the people Gov Oyetola filed a petition at the election tribunal on Aug 5 challenging the outcome of July 16 governorship election won by the Peoples Democratic Party s PDP Sen Ademola Adeleke NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Fruit sellers hail Gov. Oyetola’s decision to challenge July 16 Osun election result
     Fruit sellers in Osun on Sunday described Gov Gboyega Oyetola s decision to challenge the outcome of the July 16 election in the state at the election tribunal as the best decision ever Operating on the platform of the Osun Chapter of the Fruit Sellers Association of Nigeria they made the pronouncement at an engagement programme organised by the state s Civic Engagement Centre in Osogbo Chairman of the group Alhaji Adbulateef Famakinwa said the people of the state would not allow the outcome of the election to demoralise them but would continue to support the governor with prayers Famakinwa said the group was confident that the tribunal s verdict would be favourable to the governor at the end of hearings He noted that the various projects executed by the governor could not go unnoticed and added that the association was solidly behind the governor to reclaim his mandate at the tribunal We will not stop praying for the governor to come out victorious at the tribunal We are with him and we will support him with everything we have for him to succeed he stressed In his response the governor thanked members of the group for their support and solidarity Represented by his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye the governor said he was confident of victory at the tribunal The governor also commended people of the state for their unflinching and unwavering support adding that the will of God would prevail He said the grounds on which he was challenging the election at the tribunal were valid and expressed optimism that justice would prevail The governor added the good works he had started would continue and dividends of democracy would continue to be provided for the people Gov Oyetola filed a petition at the election tribunal on Aug 5 challenging the outcome of July 16 governorship election won by the Peoples Democratic Party s PDP Sen Ademola Adeleke NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Fruit sellers hail Gov. Oyetola’s decision to challenge July 16 Osun election result
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    Fruit sellers hail Gov. Oyetola’s decision to challenge July 16 Osun election result

    Fruit sellers in Osun on Sunday described Gov. Gboyega Oyetola’s decision to challenge the outcome of the July 16 election in the state at the election tribunal as the best decision ever.

    Operating on the platform of the Osun Chapter of the Fruit Sellers Association of Nigeria, they made the pronouncement at an engagement programme organised by the state’s Civic Engagement Centre in Osogbo.

    Chairman of the group, Alhaji Adbulateef Famakinwa, said the people of the state would not allow the outcome of the election to demoralise them, but would continue to support the governor with prayers.

    Famakinwa said the group was confident that the tribunal’s verdict would be favourable to the governor at the end of hearings.

    He noted that the various projects executed by the governor could not go unnoticed and added that the association was solidly behind the governor to reclaim his mandate at the tribunal.

    “We will not stop praying for the governor to come out victorious at the tribunal.

    “We are with him and we will support him with everything we have for him to succeed,’’ he stressed.

    In his response, the governor thanked members of the group for their support and solidarity.

    Represented by his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement, Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, the governor said he was confident of victory at the tribunal.

    The governor also commended people of the state for their unflinching and unwavering support, adding that the will of God would prevail.

    He said the grounds on which he was challenging the election at the tribunal were valid and expressed optimism that justice would prevail.

    The governor added the good works he had started would continue and dividends of democracy would continue to be provided for the people.

    Gov. Oyetola filed a petition at the election tribunal on Aug. 5 challenging the outcome of July 16 governorship election won by the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP), Sen. Ademola Adeleke.


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  •  Osun s governor elect People Democratic Party s PDP Sen Ademola Adeleke has said that he is ready to defend his victory at the election petition tribunal and retain his mandate Adeleke said his emergence as governor elect was entrenched in total compliance with the law and in the will of the people His declaration is contained in a statement issued on Saturday in Osogbo by his spokesman Malam Olawale Rasheed Sitting Gov Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress APC who was defeated at the July 16 election and his party filed a petition before an election tribunal on Friday challenging the election s outcome Adeleke however claimed that the election was one of the most transparent in recent history in Nigeria adding that the people s mandate freely given against overwhelming odds would be defended and validated He said in the statement that PDP s Legal Department was taking appropriate action on the petition and called on his supporters to remain calm This divine victory cannot be stolen through the backdoor I urge the good people of Osun who voted massively to reject bad governance to remain calm We are doing the needful to defend their mandate We will do all within our powers to ensure judicial validation of our victory as this is an election globally certified as a great advancement in electoral transparency and integrity We also want to reaffirm our faith in the judiciary as a bastion of hope and justice We have unshakeable trust in God that this election petition shall end in another landmark victory for us and the resilient people of Osun he said INEC declared Adeleke winner of the election on July 17 with 403 371 votes to Gov Oyetola s 375 027 votes NewsSourceCredit NAN
    “I’ll defend my mandate at tribunal,” Osun’s governor-elect
     Osun s governor elect People Democratic Party s PDP Sen Ademola Adeleke has said that he is ready to defend his victory at the election petition tribunal and retain his mandate Adeleke said his emergence as governor elect was entrenched in total compliance with the law and in the will of the people His declaration is contained in a statement issued on Saturday in Osogbo by his spokesman Malam Olawale Rasheed Sitting Gov Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress APC who was defeated at the July 16 election and his party filed a petition before an election tribunal on Friday challenging the election s outcome Adeleke however claimed that the election was one of the most transparent in recent history in Nigeria adding that the people s mandate freely given against overwhelming odds would be defended and validated He said in the statement that PDP s Legal Department was taking appropriate action on the petition and called on his supporters to remain calm This divine victory cannot be stolen through the backdoor I urge the good people of Osun who voted massively to reject bad governance to remain calm We are doing the needful to defend their mandate We will do all within our powers to ensure judicial validation of our victory as this is an election globally certified as a great advancement in electoral transparency and integrity We also want to reaffirm our faith in the judiciary as a bastion of hope and justice We have unshakeable trust in God that this election petition shall end in another landmark victory for us and the resilient people of Osun he said INEC declared Adeleke winner of the election on July 17 with 403 371 votes to Gov Oyetola s 375 027 votes NewsSourceCredit NAN
    “I’ll defend my mandate at tribunal,” Osun’s governor-elect
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    “I’ll defend my mandate at tribunal,” Osun’s governor-elect

    Osun’s governor-elect, People Democratic Party’s (PDP) Sen. Ademola Adeleke, has said that he is ready to defend his victory at the election petition tribunal and retain his mandate.

    Adeleke said his emergence as governor-elect was entrenched in total compliance with the law and in the will of the people.

    His declaration is contained in a statement issued on Saturday in Osogbo by his spokesman, Malam Olawale Rasheed.

    Sitting Gov. Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who was defeated at the July 16 election and his party, filed a petition before an election tribunal on Friday challenging the election’s outcome.

    Adeleke, however, claimed that the election was one of the most transparent in recent history in Nigeria, adding that the people’s mandate, freely given against overwhelming odds, would be defended and validated.

    He said in the statement that PDP’s Legal Department was taking appropriate action on the petition and called on his supporters to remain calm.

    “This divine victory cannot be stolen through the backdoor.

    “I urge the good people of Osun who voted massively to reject bad governance to remain calm.

    “We are doing the needful to defend their mandate.

    “We will do all within our powers to ensure judicial validation of our victory as this is an election globally certified as a great advancement in electoral transparency and integrity.

    “We also want to reaffirm our faith in the judiciary as a bastion of hope and justice.

    “We have unshakeable trust in God that this election petition shall end in another landmark victory for us and the resilient people of Osun,’’ he said.

    INEC declared Adeleke winner of the election on July 17 with 403,371 votes to Gov. Oyetola’s 375,027 votes.


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  •  The All Progressives Congress APC says it plans to challenge the results of the July 16 Osun governorship election at the election petition tribunal Mr Gboyega Famodun the state APC Chairman said this at a news conference on Thursday at the party secretariat in Osogbo Famodun said that the decision followed assurances by the party lawyers who said that there were good grounds to challenge the results after they had studied them We are going to the tribunal Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal he said He decried the suspected anti party activities of an APC faction in the state The Osun Progressive TOP The Chairman said that the faction which was under the control of the Minister of Interior and former Gov Rauf Aregbesola worked for the opposition the Peoples Democratic Party PDP to deny the APC victory at the election The recent protest by the group calling for his removal as the party s chairman and the restructuring of the party after they openly supported the PDP candidate Sen Ademola Adeleke during the governorship election was shameful and wicked Our position is that the protest was shameful callous primitive selfish wicked misplaced and inconsiderate for the Aregbesola supporters who glaringly worked against the success of Gov Oyetola at the polls to now be canvassing restructuring of the party through a sponsored protest Assuming without conceding that there are challenges within the party the protesters and their patron should know that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution for the restructuring of our party as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Oyetola Since members of the factional group TOP people had done their worst by working assiduously and conscientiously by teaming up with the PDP for the success of Adeleke which is the highest level of an anti party activity that can be committed by any politician it will be a needless venture to enter into any pact with the group that is bereft of honour he said Highlights of the briefing included the passing of a Voters of Confidence on Gov Gboyega Oyetola and Famodun by the state executive of the party The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC on July 17 declared Sen Ademola Adeleke of the PDP as the winner of the Osun governorship election with 403 371 votes While Gov Gboyega Oyetola of APC placed second with 375 027 votes NewsSourceCredit NAN
    APC heads to tribunal over Osun governorship poll
     The All Progressives Congress APC says it plans to challenge the results of the July 16 Osun governorship election at the election petition tribunal Mr Gboyega Famodun the state APC Chairman said this at a news conference on Thursday at the party secretariat in Osogbo Famodun said that the decision followed assurances by the party lawyers who said that there were good grounds to challenge the results after they had studied them We are going to the tribunal Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal he said He decried the suspected anti party activities of an APC faction in the state The Osun Progressive TOP The Chairman said that the faction which was under the control of the Minister of Interior and former Gov Rauf Aregbesola worked for the opposition the Peoples Democratic Party PDP to deny the APC victory at the election The recent protest by the group calling for his removal as the party s chairman and the restructuring of the party after they openly supported the PDP candidate Sen Ademola Adeleke during the governorship election was shameful and wicked Our position is that the protest was shameful callous primitive selfish wicked misplaced and inconsiderate for the Aregbesola supporters who glaringly worked against the success of Gov Oyetola at the polls to now be canvassing restructuring of the party through a sponsored protest Assuming without conceding that there are challenges within the party the protesters and their patron should know that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution for the restructuring of our party as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Oyetola Since members of the factional group TOP people had done their worst by working assiduously and conscientiously by teaming up with the PDP for the success of Adeleke which is the highest level of an anti party activity that can be committed by any politician it will be a needless venture to enter into any pact with the group that is bereft of honour he said Highlights of the briefing included the passing of a Voters of Confidence on Gov Gboyega Oyetola and Famodun by the state executive of the party The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC on July 17 declared Sen Ademola Adeleke of the PDP as the winner of the Osun governorship election with 403 371 votes While Gov Gboyega Oyetola of APC placed second with 375 027 votes NewsSourceCredit NAN
    APC heads to tribunal over Osun governorship poll
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    APC heads to tribunal over Osun governorship poll

    The All Progressives Congress (APC), says it plans to challenge the results of the July 16 Osun governorship election at the election petition tribunal.

    Mr Gboyega Famodun, the state APC Chairman said this at a news conference on Thursday at the party secretariat, in Osogbo.

    Famodun said that the decision followed assurances by the party lawyers who said that there were good grounds to challenge the results after they had studied them.

    “We are going to the tribunal.

    Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal,” he said.

    He decried the suspected anti-party activities of an APC faction in the state”The Osun Progressive (TOP)”.

    The Chairman said that the faction, which was under the control of the Minister of Interior and former Gov. Rauf Aregbesola, worked for the opposition, the Peoples Democratic Party  (PDP), to deny the APC victory at the election.

    “The recent  protest by the group, calling for his removal as the party’s chairman  and the restructuring of the party, after they openly supported  the PDP candidate, Sen. Ademola Adeleke, during the governorship election was shameful and wicked.

    “Our position is that the protest was shameful, callous, primitive, selfish, wicked, misplaced and inconsiderate for the Aregbesola supporters, who glaringly worked against the success of Gov. Oyetola at the polls, to now be canvassing restructuring of the party through a sponsored protest.

    “Assuming without conceding that there are challenges within the party, the protesters and their patron should know that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution for the restructuring of our party, as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Oyetola.

    “Since  members of the factional group  (TOP) people, had done their worst by working assiduously and conscientiously by teaming up with the PDP for the success of Adeleke, which is the highest level of an anti-party activity that can be committed by any politician, it will be a needless venture to enter into any pact with the  group that is bereft of honour,” he said.

    Highlights of the briefing included the passing of a Voters of Confidence on Gov. Gboyega Oyetola and Famodun by the state executive of the party.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on July 17, declared Sen. Ademola Adeleke of the PDP as the winner of the Osun governorship election with 403,371 votes.

    While Gov. Gboyega Oyetola of APC placed second with 375,027 votes.


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  •  The All Progressives Congress APC says it plans to challenge the results of the July 16 Osun governorship election at the election petition tribunal Mr Gboyega Famodun the state APC Chairman said this at a news conference on Thursday at the party secretariat in Osogbo Famodun said that the decision followed assurances by the party lawyers who said that there were good grounds to challenge the results after they had studied them We are going to the tribunal Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal he said He decried the suspected anti party activities of an APC faction in the state The Osun Progressive TOP The Chairman said that the faction which was under the control of the Minister of Interior and former Gov Rauf Aregbesola worked for the opposition the Peoples Democratic Party PDP to deny the APC victory at the election The recent protest by the group calling for his removal as the party s chairman and the restructuring of the party after they openly supported the PDP candidate Sen Ademola Adeleke during the governorship election was shameful and wicked Our position is that the protest was shameful callous primitive selfish wicked misplaced and inconsiderate for the Aregbesola supporters who glaringly worked against the success of Gov Oyetola at the polls to now be canvassing restructuring of the party through a sponsored protest Assuming without conceding that there are challenges within the party the protesters and their patron should know that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution for the restructuring of our party as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Oyetola Since members of the factional group TOP people had done their worst by working assiduously and conscientiously by teaming up with the PDP for the success of Adeleke which is the highest level of an anti party activity that can be committed by any politician it will be a needless venture to enter into any pact with the group that is bereft of honour he said Highlights of the briefing included the passing of a Voters of Confidence on Gov Gboyega Oyetola and Famodun by the state executive of the party The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC on July 17 declared Sen Ademola Adeleke of the PDP as the winner of the Osun governorship election with 403 371 votes While Gov Gboyega Oyetola of APC placed second with 375 027 votes NewsSourceCredit NAN
    APC heads to tribunal over Osun governorship poll
     The All Progressives Congress APC says it plans to challenge the results of the July 16 Osun governorship election at the election petition tribunal Mr Gboyega Famodun the state APC Chairman said this at a news conference on Thursday at the party secretariat in Osogbo Famodun said that the decision followed assurances by the party lawyers who said that there were good grounds to challenge the results after they had studied them We are going to the tribunal Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal he said He decried the suspected anti party activities of an APC faction in the state The Osun Progressive TOP The Chairman said that the faction which was under the control of the Minister of Interior and former Gov Rauf Aregbesola worked for the opposition the Peoples Democratic Party PDP to deny the APC victory at the election The recent protest by the group calling for his removal as the party s chairman and the restructuring of the party after they openly supported the PDP candidate Sen Ademola Adeleke during the governorship election was shameful and wicked Our position is that the protest was shameful callous primitive selfish wicked misplaced and inconsiderate for the Aregbesola supporters who glaringly worked against the success of Gov Oyetola at the polls to now be canvassing restructuring of the party through a sponsored protest Assuming without conceding that there are challenges within the party the protesters and their patron should know that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution for the restructuring of our party as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Oyetola Since members of the factional group TOP people had done their worst by working assiduously and conscientiously by teaming up with the PDP for the success of Adeleke which is the highest level of an anti party activity that can be committed by any politician it will be a needless venture to enter into any pact with the group that is bereft of honour he said Highlights of the briefing included the passing of a Voters of Confidence on Gov Gboyega Oyetola and Famodun by the state executive of the party The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC on July 17 declared Sen Ademola Adeleke of the PDP as the winner of the Osun governorship election with 403 371 votes While Gov Gboyega Oyetola of APC placed second with 375 027 votes NewsSourceCredit NAN
    APC heads to tribunal over Osun governorship poll
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    APC heads to tribunal over Osun governorship poll

    The All Progressives Congress (APC), says it plans to challenge the results of the July 16 Osun governorship election at the election petition tribunal.

    Mr Gboyega Famodun, the state APC Chairman said this at a news conference on Thursday at the party secretariat, in Osogbo.

    Famodun said that the decision followed assurances by the party lawyers who said that there were good grounds to challenge the results after they had studied them.

    “We are going to the tribunal.

    Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal,” he said.

    He decried the suspected anti-party activities of an APC faction in the state”The Osun Progressive (TOP)”.

    The Chairman said that the faction, which was under the control of the Minister of Interior and former Gov. Rauf Aregbesola, worked for the opposition, the Peoples Democratic Party  (PDP), to deny the APC victory at the election.

    “The recent  protest by the group, calling for his removal as the party’s chairman  and the restructuring of the party, after they openly supported  the PDP candidate, Sen. Ademola Adeleke, during the governorship election was shameful and wicked.

    “Our position is that the protest was shameful, callous, primitive, selfish, wicked, misplaced and inconsiderate for the Aregbesola supporters, who glaringly worked against the success of Gov. Oyetola at the polls, to now be canvassing restructuring of the party through a sponsored protest.

    “Assuming without conceding that there are challenges within the party, the protesters and their patron should know that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution for the restructuring of our party, as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Oyetola.

    “Since  members of the factional group  (TOP) people, had done their worst by working assiduously and conscientiously by teaming up with the PDP for the success of Adeleke, which is the highest level of an anti-party activity that can be committed by any politician, it will be a needless venture to enter into any pact with the  group that is bereft of honour,” he said.

    Highlights of the briefing included the passing of a Voters of Confidence on Gov. Gboyega Oyetola and Famodun by the state executive of the party.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on July 17, declared Sen. Ademola Adeleke of the PDP as the winner of the Osun governorship election with 403,371 votes.

    While Gov. Gboyega Oyetola of APC placed second with 375,027 votes.


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  •  Some factional members of the All Progressives Congress APC in Osun known as The Osun Progressive TOP on Tuesday held a protest in Osogbo calling for restructuring of the party The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the placard carrying party members called for the restructuring of APC in the state following the party s defeat in the July 16 governorship election The party members carried various placards with inscriptions like Osun APC Needs Restructuring Famodun Must Go Save Osun APC from Total Collapse Aregbesola is the Soul of Politics in Osun among others The protesting APC members also called for the sacking of the state party chairman Gboyega Famodun The members who marched through Odi Olowo Olaiya Ogo Oluwa protected by armed security operatives finally made their way to the Osun House of Assembly where they delivered a letter to the Speaker Timothy Owoeye Addressing newsmen the factional youth leader Abosede Oluwaseun said the party needed to be restructured from unit ward local government and state levels for it to be united and formidable ahead of the coming general elections With conscious sincere and objective analysis of the outcome of the governorship election we discovered that the electoral loss is not only self induced by the party s administrators it also reflects party issues which had been raised by concerned minds in the recent past The issues to summarise them boil down on glaring mismanagement of the party by Gov Gboyega Oyetola and the party chairman Gboyega Famodun The chairman has totally demonstrated lack of capacity to manage the party and this reflects in the result of the July 16 governorship election As a chairman of a ruling party going for election Famodun didn t consider it essential to resolve disputes and crises that dotted all the local governments in the state Before the governorship election and till now there is no understanding cooperation unity and cohesion in the party she said Oluwaseun said that their demand included dissolution of the party executive at all levels in the state and setting up of an independent caretaker committee to oversee the restructuring of the party among others Mr Timothy Owoeye Osun Speaker who addressed the protesters assured them that necessary steps would be taken to make sure the party is united and formidable In his own reaction to the protest the APC Chairman in Osun Gboyega Famodun condemned the protest describing it as shameful callous and wicked A statement by his Media Adviser Kola Olabisi said that the protest was misplaced and inconsiderate Famodun alleged that the APC factional members had worked against the success of Gov Oyetola at the polls Assuming but not conceding that there are challenges within the party the protesters should be told that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Gov Oyetola the APC governorship candidate in the just concluded election in line with the series of their threat One would have thought that the appropriate place for them to canvass for the restructuring of any party is Senator Ademola Adeleke s Ede country home whom they voted for with flaunted pride he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Osun election: APC factional members protest, call for restructuring
     Some factional members of the All Progressives Congress APC in Osun known as The Osun Progressive TOP on Tuesday held a protest in Osogbo calling for restructuring of the party The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the placard carrying party members called for the restructuring of APC in the state following the party s defeat in the July 16 governorship election The party members carried various placards with inscriptions like Osun APC Needs Restructuring Famodun Must Go Save Osun APC from Total Collapse Aregbesola is the Soul of Politics in Osun among others The protesting APC members also called for the sacking of the state party chairman Gboyega Famodun The members who marched through Odi Olowo Olaiya Ogo Oluwa protected by armed security operatives finally made their way to the Osun House of Assembly where they delivered a letter to the Speaker Timothy Owoeye Addressing newsmen the factional youth leader Abosede Oluwaseun said the party needed to be restructured from unit ward local government and state levels for it to be united and formidable ahead of the coming general elections With conscious sincere and objective analysis of the outcome of the governorship election we discovered that the electoral loss is not only self induced by the party s administrators it also reflects party issues which had been raised by concerned minds in the recent past The issues to summarise them boil down on glaring mismanagement of the party by Gov Gboyega Oyetola and the party chairman Gboyega Famodun The chairman has totally demonstrated lack of capacity to manage the party and this reflects in the result of the July 16 governorship election As a chairman of a ruling party going for election Famodun didn t consider it essential to resolve disputes and crises that dotted all the local governments in the state Before the governorship election and till now there is no understanding cooperation unity and cohesion in the party she said Oluwaseun said that their demand included dissolution of the party executive at all levels in the state and setting up of an independent caretaker committee to oversee the restructuring of the party among others Mr Timothy Owoeye Osun Speaker who addressed the protesters assured them that necessary steps would be taken to make sure the party is united and formidable In his own reaction to the protest the APC Chairman in Osun Gboyega Famodun condemned the protest describing it as shameful callous and wicked A statement by his Media Adviser Kola Olabisi said that the protest was misplaced and inconsiderate Famodun alleged that the APC factional members had worked against the success of Gov Oyetola at the polls Assuming but not conceding that there are challenges within the party the protesters should be told that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Gov Oyetola the APC governorship candidate in the just concluded election in line with the series of their threat One would have thought that the appropriate place for them to canvass for the restructuring of any party is Senator Ademola Adeleke s Ede country home whom they voted for with flaunted pride he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Osun election: APC factional members protest, call for restructuring
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    Osun election: APC factional members protest, call for restructuring

    Some factional members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun, known as ‘The Osun Progressive’ (TOP), on Tuesday, held a protest in Osogbo, calling for restructuring of the party.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the placard-carrying party members called for the restructuring of APC in the state following the party’s defeat in the July 16 governorship election.

    The party members carried various placards with inscriptions like: “Osun APC Needs Restructuring, Famodun Must Go; Save Osun APC from Total Collapse, Aregbesola is the Soul of Politics in Osun, among others.

    The protesting APC members also called for the sacking of the state party chairman, Gboyega Famodun.

    The members, who marched through Odi-Olowo, Olaiya, Ogo-Oluwa protected by armed security operatives, finally made their way to the Osun House of Assembly where they delivered a letter to the Speaker, Timothy Owoeye.

    Addressing newsmen, the factional youth leader, Abosede Oluwaseun, said the party needed to be restructured from unit, ward, local government and state levels for it to be united and formidable ahead of the coming general elections.

    “With conscious, sincere and objective analysis of the outcome of the governorship election, we discovered that the electoral loss is not only self-induced by the party’s administrators, it also reflects party issues which had been raised by concerned minds in the recent past.

    “The issues, to summarise them, boil down on glaring mismanagement of the party by Gov. Gboyega Oyetola and the party chairman, Gboyega Famodun.

    “The chairman has totally demonstrated lack of capacity to manage the party and this reflects in the result of the July 16 governorship election.

    “As a chairman of a ruling party going for election, Famodun didn’t consider it essential to resolve disputes and crises that dotted all the local governments in the state.

    “Before the governorship election and till now, there is no understanding, cooperation, unity and cohesion in the party,” she said.

    Oluwaseun said that their demand included dissolution of the party executive at all levels in the state and setting up of an independent caretaker committee to oversee the restructuring of the party among others.

    Mr Timothy Owoeye, Osun Speaker, who addressed the protesters, assured them that necessary steps would be taken to make sure the party is united and formidable.

    In his own reaction to the protest, the APC Chairman in Osun, Gboyega Famodun, condemned the protest, describing it as shameful, callous and wicked.

    A statement by his Media Adviser, Kola Olabisi, said that the protest was misplaced and inconsiderate.

    Famodun alleged that the APC factional members had worked against the success of Gov. Oyetola at the polls.

    “Assuming but not conceding that there are challenges within the party, the protesters should be told that they lack moral right to either suggest or effect any likely solution as it is on record that they massively and collectively worked against Gov. Oyetola, the APC governorship candidate, in the just-concluded election in line with the series of their threat.

    “One would have thought that the appropriate place for them to canvass for the restructuring of any party is Senator Ademola Adeleke’s Ede country home, whom they voted for with flaunted pride,” he said.


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  •  A political group the Coalition of the PDP National and Diaspora Certified Support Groups COPAG has urged the National Assembly to fast track legislation that would allow Nigerians in Diaspora to vote in the 2023 general elections The coalition also known as International Coalition of Certified Atiku Groups ICCAG under the leadership of Vik Morrow Ulo Dr Kanayo Gbemudu Princess Falade made the call during a meeting at the Atiku Presidential Campaign Office Abuja Ulo expressed concerns over the non constitutional provision for diaspora voting in Nigeria He said that the group has began efforts towards to encourage strategic participation of Nigerians in the diaspora for the Presidential Elections in 2023 He said this would be done via a scheme called Diaspora Supports for Grassroots Mobilisation and Sensitization in Nigeria With regards to the none constitutional provisions for Diaspora voting COPAG also known as ICCAG took up the responsibility to build solid Diaspora Solidarity as means to encourage strategic participation of Nigerians in the Diaspora for the Presidential Elections in 2023 COPAG is the very first assemblage of Atiku s officially recognised national and diaspora support groups leaders since 2018 Highlights of the meeting was the appointment of the current Youth Leader of the PDP in the U S Daniel Akeni as COPAG Director General The appointment according to Ulo is to promote Nigerian Diaspora Supports for Grassroots Mobilization and Sensitization Campaign for Actualization of 2023 Presidency He explained that Akeni s appointment was based on high recommendations The newly appointed U S leader of the ICCAG previously campaigned for Sen Ademola Adeleke in the U S and Osun and he is today the Governor Elect of Osun The Hollywood promoter in collaboration with Patrick Killpatrick a Hollywood legendary actor from California and Michael Adegoke another top Hollywood actor are joint collaborators with the Atiku s Coalition US Director General to make Atiku win the 2023 Ulo said Ulo expressed the hope that Akeni with his new post would greatly contribute the role of Diaspora in the elections via diaspora support and mobilisation In his virtual acceptance remarks Akeni expressed great delight and promised maximum Support for Atiku Okowa Presidential Campaign The News Agency of Nigeria reports that March 2 the national assembly rejected the proposal for diaspora voting in Nigeria s national elections Senators voted 62 29 against the proposed constitutional amendment Similarly the House of Representatives further sealed the fate of the bill by voting 240 58 against the proposal NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2023: Coalition urges NASS to fast track legislation on diaspora voting
     A political group the Coalition of the PDP National and Diaspora Certified Support Groups COPAG has urged the National Assembly to fast track legislation that would allow Nigerians in Diaspora to vote in the 2023 general elections The coalition also known as International Coalition of Certified Atiku Groups ICCAG under the leadership of Vik Morrow Ulo Dr Kanayo Gbemudu Princess Falade made the call during a meeting at the Atiku Presidential Campaign Office Abuja Ulo expressed concerns over the non constitutional provision for diaspora voting in Nigeria He said that the group has began efforts towards to encourage strategic participation of Nigerians in the diaspora for the Presidential Elections in 2023 He said this would be done via a scheme called Diaspora Supports for Grassroots Mobilisation and Sensitization in Nigeria With regards to the none constitutional provisions for Diaspora voting COPAG also known as ICCAG took up the responsibility to build solid Diaspora Solidarity as means to encourage strategic participation of Nigerians in the Diaspora for the Presidential Elections in 2023 COPAG is the very first assemblage of Atiku s officially recognised national and diaspora support groups leaders since 2018 Highlights of the meeting was the appointment of the current Youth Leader of the PDP in the U S Daniel Akeni as COPAG Director General The appointment according to Ulo is to promote Nigerian Diaspora Supports for Grassroots Mobilization and Sensitization Campaign for Actualization of 2023 Presidency He explained that Akeni s appointment was based on high recommendations The newly appointed U S leader of the ICCAG previously campaigned for Sen Ademola Adeleke in the U S and Osun and he is today the Governor Elect of Osun The Hollywood promoter in collaboration with Patrick Killpatrick a Hollywood legendary actor from California and Michael Adegoke another top Hollywood actor are joint collaborators with the Atiku s Coalition US Director General to make Atiku win the 2023 Ulo said Ulo expressed the hope that Akeni with his new post would greatly contribute the role of Diaspora in the elections via diaspora support and mobilisation In his virtual acceptance remarks Akeni expressed great delight and promised maximum Support for Atiku Okowa Presidential Campaign The News Agency of Nigeria reports that March 2 the national assembly rejected the proposal for diaspora voting in Nigeria s national elections Senators voted 62 29 against the proposed constitutional amendment Similarly the House of Representatives further sealed the fate of the bill by voting 240 58 against the proposal NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2023: Coalition urges NASS to fast track legislation on diaspora voting
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    2023: Coalition urges NASS to fast track legislation on diaspora voting

    A political group, the Coalition of the PDP National and Diaspora Certified Support Groups (COPAG) has urged the National Assembly to fast track legislation that would allow Nigerians in Diaspora to vote in the 2023 general elections.

    The coalition also known as International Coalition of Certified Atiku Groups, (ICCAG), under the leadership of Vik-Morrow Ulo, Dr Kanayo Gbemudu, Princess Falade, made the call during a meeting at the Atiku Presidential Campaign Office Abuja.

    Ulo expressed concerns over the non-constitutional provision for diaspora voting in Nigeria.

    He said that the group has began efforts towards to encourage strategic participation of Nigerians in the diaspora for the Presidential Elections in 2023. He said this would be done via a scheme called ‘Diaspora Supports for Grassroots Mobilisation and Sensitization in Nigeria’.

    “With regards to the none constitutional provisions for Diaspora voting, COPAG also known as ICCAG took up the responsibility to build solid Diaspora Solidarity as means to encourage strategic participation of Nigerians in the Diaspora for the Presidential Elections in 2023. “COPAG is the very first assemblage of Atiku’s officially recognised national and diaspora support groups leaders since 2018.” Highlights of the meeting was the appointment of the current Youth Leader of the PDP in the U.

    S. Daniel Akeni as COPAG Director-General.

    The appointment, according to Ulo is to promote Nigerian Diaspora Supports for Grassroots Mobilization and Sensitization Campaign for Actualization of 2023 Presidency.

    He explained that Akeni’s appointment was based on high recommendations.

    “The newly appointed U.

    S. leader of the ICCAG, previously campaigned for Sen. Ademola Adeleke in the U.

    S. and Osun and he is today the Governor Elect of Osun. “The Hollywood promoter in collaboration with Patrick Killpatrick, a Hollywood legendary actor from California and Michael Adegoke, another top Hollywood actor, are joint collaborators with the Atiku’s Coalition US Director General to make Atiku win the 2023”, Ulo said.

    Ulo expressed the hope that Akeni with his new post, would greatly contribute the role of Diaspora in the elections via diaspora support and mobilisation.

    In his virtual acceptance remarks Akeni expressed great delight and promised maximum Support for Atiku Okowa Presidential Campaign.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that March 2, the national assembly  rejected the proposal for diaspora voting in Nigeria’s national elections.

    Senators voted 62-29 against the proposed constitutional amendment, Similarly, the House of Representatives further sealed the fate of the bill by voting 240-58 against the proposal.


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  •  Sen Ademola Adeleke the Osun governor elect has inaugurated a 37 member Transition Committee to facilitate a smooth transition between the incumbent and the newly elected administration in the state Inaugurating the committee on Thursday in Osogbo Adeleke charged members to come up with innovation on how best to hit the ground running The composition of this committee stems from my desire to ensure a proper mix of various citizens with first hand knowledge of state of affairs in this state he said He listed the terms of reference of the transition committee to include ascertain facts and figures about the state of affairs of Osun and the finance of the state among others The transition committee is chaired by Dr Muyiwa Oladimeji a Doctor of Nuclear Medicine The Director General of Ademola Adeleke Campaign Organisation Mr Sunday Bisi is the Deputy Chairman while a House of Representatives member Mr Bamidele Salam is the Secretary of the committee The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Adeleke of the PDP defeated Gov Gboyega Oyetola at the July 16 election and would be inaugurated as the governor of the state on Nov 27 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Osun: Adeleke inaugurates 37-member transition committee
     Sen Ademola Adeleke the Osun governor elect has inaugurated a 37 member Transition Committee to facilitate a smooth transition between the incumbent and the newly elected administration in the state Inaugurating the committee on Thursday in Osogbo Adeleke charged members to come up with innovation on how best to hit the ground running The composition of this committee stems from my desire to ensure a proper mix of various citizens with first hand knowledge of state of affairs in this state he said He listed the terms of reference of the transition committee to include ascertain facts and figures about the state of affairs of Osun and the finance of the state among others The transition committee is chaired by Dr Muyiwa Oladimeji a Doctor of Nuclear Medicine The Director General of Ademola Adeleke Campaign Organisation Mr Sunday Bisi is the Deputy Chairman while a House of Representatives member Mr Bamidele Salam is the Secretary of the committee The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Adeleke of the PDP defeated Gov Gboyega Oyetola at the July 16 election and would be inaugurated as the governor of the state on Nov 27 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Osun: Adeleke inaugurates 37-member transition committee
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    Osun: Adeleke inaugurates 37-member transition committee

    Sen. Ademola Adeleke, the Osun governor-elect, has inaugurated a 37-member Transition Committee to facilitate a smooth transition between the incumbent and the newly elected administration in the state.

    Inaugurating the committee on Thursday in Osogbo, Adeleke charged members to come up with innovation on how best to hit the ground running.

    “The composition of this committee stems from my desire to ensure a proper mix of various citizens with first hand knowledge of state of affairs in this state,” he said He listed the terms of reference of the transition committee to include, ascertain facts and figures about the state of affairs of Osun and the finance of the state among others.

    The transition committee is chaired by Dr Muyiwa Oladimeji, a Doctor of Nuclear Medicine.

    The Director-General of Ademola Adeleke Campaign Organisation, Mr Sunday Bisi, is the Deputy Chairman, while a House of Representatives member, Mr Bamidele Salam, is the Secretary of the committee.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Adeleke of the PDP defeated Gov. Gboyega Oyetola at the July 16 election and would be inaugurated as the governor of the state on Nov. 27.

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