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Chimaroke Nnamani Makes History, Listed In APC, PDP Campaign Councils

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Chimaroke Nnamani Makes History, Listed In APC, PDP Campaign Councils

Chimaroke Nnamani has made history as he is listed in APC, PDP Campaign Councils.

News ToGo learned that ahead of the 2023 presidential elections, the federal lawmaker representing the Enugu East Senatorial District Senator Chimaroke Nnamani has appeared in campaign councils of two different political parties.

It was earlier reported that the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, had included the former Enugu State Governor in its presidential campaign list to mobilize voters for its presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu from the South-East.

The lawmaker who was elected under the platform of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, is number 350 in the recently released APC Presidential Campaign Council, PCC, list, Daily Post reports.

The development had triggered reactions from party stakeholders who concluded that the inclusion of the former governor could be an error.

But in a statement on Monday in Abuja, the Director Media and Publicity of the council, Bayo Onanuga said the inclusion of Chimaroke in the 422-man council was deliberate.

The Federal lawmaker has also continued to make posts in the favour of APC Presidential candidate, Ahmed Bola Tinubu.

It was however, observed that the lawmaker also made the list of the 600-member campaign council of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Senator Nnamani was listed number 69 in the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar’s campaign council inaugurated on Wednesday in Abuja.

The move by the two major parties to include Senator Nnamani in their campaign councils may not be unconnected to the lawmaker’s influence in Enugu State.

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BREAKING: Tinubu Appoints New CBN Governor

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BREAKING: Tinubu Appoints New CBN Governor

Tinubu has appointed a new CBN Governor.

News ToGo reports that President Bola Tinubu has approved the nomination of Dr. Olayemi Michael Cardoso to serve as the new Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), for a term of five (5) years at the first instance, pending his confirmation by the Nigerian Senate.

This directive is in conformity with Section 8 (1) of the Central Bank of Nigeria Act, 2007, which vests in the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the authority to appoint the Governor and Four (4) Deputy Governors for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). This is subject to confirmation by the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Furthermore, President Bola Tinubu has approved the nomination of four new Deputy Governors of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), for a term of five (5) years at the first instance. Their appointments are are in acting capacity pending their confirmation by the Nigerian Senate. They include: (1) Mrs. Emem Nnana Usoro (2) Mr. Muhammad Sani Abdullahi Dattijo (3) Mr. Philip Ikeazor (4) Dr. Bala M. Bello.

In line with President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope agenda, the President expects the above listed nominees to successfully implement critical reforms at the Central Bank of Nigeria, which will enhance the confidence of Nigerians and international partners in the restructuring of the Nigerian economy toward sustainable growth and prosperity for all. Chief Ajuri Ngelale Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity) September 15, 2023

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We Will Agitate For Governor, 3 Senators If Supreme Court Agrees With PEPC- Abuja Senator

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We Will Agitate For Governor, 3 Senators If Supreme Court Agrees With PEPC- Abuja Senator

Senator Ireti Kingibe has given a condition for them to demand for a Governor and three senators.

News ToGo reports that the Senator representing the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), responded to the recent ruling by the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC) regarding the mandatory requirement of a presidential candidate to secure 25 per cent of the votes in Abuja during an election.

The Labour Party (LP) and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi, had submitted a petition to the PEPC, including the 25 per cent vote claim, against President Bola Tinubu following the 2023 general election.

Surprisingly, the PEPC ruled that the FCT did not have a special status in this regard.

In a press conference held in Abuja on Wednesday, Senator Kingibe, who was elected on the LP platform, shared her perspective on the PEPC’s dismissal of the 25 per cent vote petition.

She noted that the matter is currently before the Supreme Court, and the final verdict will determine the course of action. If the Supreme Court upholds the PEPC’s decision, then the residents of Abuja may need to advocate for the election of a governor and three senators, aligning with the status of other states.

Senator Kingibe stated, “After the matter has been disposed of at the Supreme Court and if the same position is maintained, then we will agitate for a governor, three senators, and other status of a state, but for now, let the matter remain as it is.”

Her statement implies that the issue of Abuja’s special status and the 25 per cent vote requirement will be decided in accordance with the outcome of the Supreme Court’s judgment.

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BREAKING: LP’s Candidate Cruises To Victory As Appeal Court Nullifies PDP’s Win

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BREAKING: LP's Candidate Cruises To Victory As Appeal Court Nullifies PDP's Win

LP’s candidate has cruised to victory as Appeal Court nullified PDP’s win.

News ToGo reports that the Court of Appeal in Abuja has overturned the verdict issued on July 24 by the National and State Houses of Assembly Election Tribunal in Asaba, which had declared Ndudi Elumelu of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as the winner of the Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency election in Delta State.

In two judgments delivered on Thursday, the Appeal Court declared Ngozi Okolie of the Labour Party (LP) as the legitimate victor of the February 25th election.

The Court of Appeal criticized the election petitions tribunal for nullifying Okolie’s election and subsequently dismissed Elumelu’s petition, which had led to the annulled judgment.

The Court of Appeal concurred with the argument presented by the Labour Party’s attorney, Mahmud Magaji (SAN), asserting that, contrary to the tribunal’s findings, Okolie had been validly nominated and sponsored by his party. Furthermore, it was established that Okolie had resigned from his position as a Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Delta State Government in accordance with the constitutional requirements.

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