Saraki Urges U.S. To Take Its Rightful Place In Trade, Investment In Nigeria

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has called on the Government of the United States (U.S.) to take its rightful place in trade and investment relationship with the country. Saraki made the call while addressing the United States Chamber of Commerce on ‘Doing Business and Opportunities in Nigeria’ as part of a parliamentary visit to Washington DC by a National Assembly delegation at the weekend. The President of the Senate, according to a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sanni Onogu, stated that huge investment opportunities exist inRead More

Saraki Congratulates Fayemi

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has congratulated the Governor-elect of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, on his victory in the just-concluded Ekiti gubernatorial election.Saraki, in a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Yusuph Olaniyonu, stated that the Governor-elect of Ekiti State should use his second-coming to continue the people-centered policies and programmes of his first term, while urging him to also work to grow the State’s economy in order to leave behind a sustainable legacy.He said the victory was a sign that theRead More

Saraki Urges U.S. To Take Its Rightful Place In Trade, Investment In Nigeria

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has called on the Government of the United States (U.S.) to take its rightful place in trade and investment relationship with the country. Saraki made the call while addressing the United States Chamber of Commerce on ‘Doing Business and Opportunities in Nigeria’ as part of a parliamentary visit to Washington DC by a National Assembly delegation at the weekend. The President of the Senate, according to a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sanni Onogu, stated that huge investment opportunities exist inRead More

ABIA APC CONGRATULATES GOVERNOR FAYEMI……

The publicity secretary of the APC in Abia state comrade Benedict Godson has congratulated the newly elected governor of Ekiti State Dr. John Kayode Fayemi on his victory at the polls. Speaking to newsmen on Sunday Comrade Godson said that the people have the final say in every election and at such Ekiti people have spoken in one voice and has made it clear that APC is the party that will genuinely and progressively develop Ekiti and the country in general without engaging in infantile propaganda and abuse of peoplesRead More

BREAKING:#EKITI DECIDES#: FAYEMI BEATS FAYOSE WITH STRONG MARGIN

The former minister of mine and steel, former Governor of Ekiti state, Kayode Fayemi of the APC was certified winner of the ekiti state election haven scored the highest votes to be returned as the Governor of Ekiti state. He beat the incumbent Governor Ayo Fayose of PDP with 19,338 votes within the 16 local government area of Ekiti State where the election was conducted. INEC in their declaration announced the Total number of Registered voters 909 585 Accredited Voters: 405,861 APC scored 197,459 while PDP scored 178, 121. ThereRead More

#ekitidecides# COLLATION OF RESULT @ STATE LEVEL

The final result at state level, the 16 local govts in Ekiti has been announced. ILEJEMEJE LGA APC: 4153; PDP: 3937 IREPODUN/IFELODUN LGA Total number of registered voters 66162 Accredited voters 27306 APC 13869 PDP 11456 TOTAL VALID VOTES 25849 IDO-OSI LGA Total number of registered voters 53176 Accredited voters 25325 APC 12342 PDP 11145 TOTAL VALID VOTES 23952 OYE LGA Total number of registered voters 60408 Accredited voters 28190 APC 14995 PDP 11271 TOTAL VALID VOTES: 26759 EFON LGA Total number of registered voters 26838 Accredited voters 10950 APCRead More

Continues#ekitidecides# COLLATION OF RESULT @ STATE LEVEL

EMURE LGA Total number of registered voters 33459 Accredited voters 15002 APC 7048 PDP 7121 TOTAL VALID VOTES 14393 lejemeje, one of the 16 local govts in Ekiti has been announced. APC: 4153; PDP: 3937 IREPODUN/IFELODUN LGA Total number of registered voters 66162 Accredited voters 27306 APC 13869 PDP 11456 TOTAL VALID VOTES 25849 IDO-OSI LGA Total number of registered voters 53176 Accredited voters 25325 APC 12342 PDP 11145 TOTAL VALID VOTES 23952 OYE LGA Total number of registered voters 60408 Accredited voters 28190 APC 14995 PDP 11271 TOTAL VALIDRead More

#ekitidecides# COLLATION OF RESULT @ STATE LEVEL

Ilejemeje, one of the 16 local govts in Ekiti has been announced. APC: 4153; PDP: 3937 IREPODUN/IFELODUN LGA Total number of registered voters 66162 Accredited voters 27306 APC 13869 PDP 11456 TOTAL VALID VOTES 25849 IDO-OSI LGA Total number of registered voters 53176 Accredited voters 25325 APC 12342 PDP 11145 TOTAL VALID VOTES 23952 OYE LGA Total number of registered voters 60408 Accredited voters 28190 APC 14995 PDP 11271 TOTAL VALID VOTES: 26759 EFON LGA Total number of registered voters 26838 Accredited voters 10950 APC 5028 PDP 5192 TOTAL VALIDRead More

#ekitidecides# Collation of result @ local govt level live……

The final result for Ilejemeje, one of the 16 local govts in Ekiti has been announced. APC: 4153; PDP: 3937 Ijero LGA collation of results: IJERO Ward B Total number of registered voters 5333 Accredited voters 2434 APC 1213 PDP 990 Ijero Ward A Total accredited voters 2059 PDP 922 APC 955 Efon Alaye LGA collation of results: EFON ALAYE WARD 2 TOTAL VOTE CAST 894 VALID VOTE: 878 REJECTED VOTE: 16 APC – 424 PDP – 431 Efon 3 Number of registered voters 2590 TOT VOT CAST 1200 TOTRead More

#ekitidecide#: Fayose looses local govt to APC

With 13,869 votes, Kayode Fayemi, candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) emerged victorious in Irepodun-Ifelodun local government area of Ekiti state. Ayodele Fayose, governor of the state and the number one supporter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate is from Afao-Ekiti, a community in Irepodun-Ifelodun. Kolapo Olusola, the PDP candidate, polled 11,456 votes in the local government. Collation of results is ongoing in the keenly contested exercise. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is yet to officially declare the results but its officials in local government areas areRead More