Atiku Rejects Election Results, Heads To Court

Atiku, in a statement he personally signed early Wednesday morning, said if he had lost in a free and fair election, he would have called the winner, President Muhammadu Buhari within seconds of his being aware of the outcome of the exercise.
He said, “if I had lost in a free and fair election, I would have called the victor within seconds of my being aware of his victory to offer not just my congratulations, but my services to help unite Nigeria by being a bridge between the North and the South.

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I Was Gang-Raped By Eight Students – UNILAG Student

It reports that Miss Z (name withheld), a 19-year-old student of the institution made the revelation while giving evidence during the trial of five students over the alleged crimes.
The students are -Moboluwaji Omowole, 19, Chuka Chukwu, 19, Peace Nwankama, 19, James Aguedu, 20 and Osemeka Josephine, 20.
They face a three-count charge of defilement of a child, permitting the defilement of a child in a premises and procuration.

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Big Brother Naija 4 online audition ends today

MultiChoice Nigeria announced an online audition for BBNaija 2019 after a two-day physical audition, which held between Friday, February 1, 2019, and Saturday, February 2, 2019.
The BBNaija 2019 online audition lasted three days, kicking off on Monday, February 25, 2019, and lasted till Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
The criteria for the online audition include

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PDP Protests Selective Use of Card Readers in Northern States

The party’s concerns were expressed by its agent, Chief Osita Chidoka, who argued that since the 5.1 million restrained votes were more than the 3.9million votes margin of win scored by President Muhammadu Buhari, it had become necessary to review the outcome of the election and consider the suspension of the declaration exercise.

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Don’t Humiliate Opposition, Buhari Tells Supporters

The president who made these remarks at the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign office in Abuja at about 5am, told his supporters that victory was enough reward for them.
Buhari who said he was saddened by the loss of some innocent Nigerians during the elections, noted that the election was relatively peaceful but for the activities of those he described as troublemakers whom he said attempted to disrupt the polls.

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