Tag: Yahaya Bello

Just In: “Declaring Bello Who Scored Only 6885 Votes Kogi Governor-Elect A Waste of Time”- Says PDP …..

Opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has described as a waste of time, scarce national resources and ridiculous shadow-chasing, the action of the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC in declaring one Yahaya Bello winner of the just concluded polls. It says INEC announcing Bello, purported to be of the All Progressives[Read More…]

Just In: INEC Declares APC’s Yahaya Bello Winner Of Kogi State Governorship Election

The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Kogi State governorship election, Mr Yahaya Bello, has been declared the winner of the election. Mr Bello, who is substitute to late Mr Abubakar Audu, defeated the incumbent Governor, Captain Idris Wada, of the Peoples Democratic Party who was seeking[Read More…]

James Faleke Sues INEC, Begs Court To Declare Him Kogi’s Governor-elect

The deputy governorship flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress in the November 21 election in Kogi State, James Faleke, on Tuesday filed a suit at the Federal High Court, Abuja, demanding his declaration as governor-elect. Faleke also wrote Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC demanding the removal of his name[Read More…]

Late Audu’s Running-mate, Faleke Threatens To Pull Out As APC Dumps Him For Yahaya

A tense meeting of the All Progressive Congress (APC) officials ended political deadlock over the Kogi State APC primary races today. The All Progressives Congress has adopted Yahaya Bello as replacement for Abubakar Audu, its Kogi governorship candidate who died as the election was declared inconclusive. Mr. Bello came a[Read More…]

Breaking! Supporters Of Bello, Faleke Clash At APC National Secretariat In Abuja #KogiDecides

The atmosphere around the national secretariat of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Abuja has become tense following a clash between supporters of Yahaya Bello and Hon. James Faleke. The supporters of both contenders mainly “jobless” youth had a fleeting clash of strength at the party secretariat. Stones, clubs and sticks[Read More…]