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Lagos LG Elections: APC releases names of electoral officers for party’s primaries

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State has released names of electoral officers for the party’s primaries to select its candidates for the July 24 local government elections.

The primaries is slated for Satursday , May 29 in all the the 59 local governments and council development areas in the state.

Below is the names of the electoral officers:

S/NO NAMES LGA OF ORIGIN LGA OF SERVICE TELEPHONE

  1. ENGR. BAYO ERIKITOLA KOSOFE AGEGE 08033040133
  2. PROF. JAMES KEHINDE OJO ORILE-AGEGE 08160556913
  3. HON. SHABI ADEMOLA YABA MUSHIN 08036667049
  4. MR. OYEFOLU TAIWO OJO AGBOYI-KETU 08034103694
  5. HON. MUSLIM FOLAMI IBEJU LEKKI EGBE-IDIMU 08092785457
  6. ABIOLA SAPOOR LAGOS ISLAND AGBADO-OKEODO 08033618383
  7. ADEOLA HUNDEYIN BADAGRY IGANDO-IKOTUN 09034348980
  8. HON. OBADIAH AKINOLA SURULERE ONIGBONGBO 08038595747
  9. HON. K. OSENI SURULERE BADAGRY CENTRAL 08022238933
  10. HON. LADI LAWANSON MUSHIN LEKKI 08035259977
  11. ENGR. AKINOLA KEHINDE IKEJA BADAGRY WEST 08123050000
  12. CHIEF BODE OYEDELE LEKKI IKORODU CENTRAL 08039738010
  13. DR. ADEDAYO APAPA IGANMU OSHODI 08025592858
  14. MR. JIDE ADAMS ETI-OSA EAST MOSAN-OKUNOLA 08083844440
  15. OLUMIDE OGUNRONBI IFAKO IJAIYE IRU-VICTORIA ISLAND 08029525058
  16. HON. CORNELIUS OJELABI OJO IKEJA 08027746621
  17. CHIEF OLUWOLE SONOLA OJODU KOSOFE 08075555001
  18. ENGR. DAVID ADEBAJO ALIMOSHO OLORUNDA 08023822417
  19. WALE SALISU ALIMOSHO ORIADE 08056703520
  20. HON. MOSHOOD SALVADOR MUSHIN AJEROMI 08033120923
  21. HON. TUNDE SANUSI ORIADE EREDO 08028603560
  22. HON. YINKA KAZEEM MUSHIN ETI-OSA 08086839113
  23. OLUROTIMI ADELEYE IFAKO-IJAIYE COKER-AGUDA 08034551440
  24. LATEEF IBIROGBA ALIMOSHO IGBOGBO/BAIYEKU 08023224470
  25. AREBI FARIYUDEEN EPE SURULERE 07036521422
  26. JIDE DAMAZIO LAGOS ISLAND APAPA-IGANMU 08037195324
  27. SEGUN AGBAJE EPE APAPA 08033054713
  28. HON. TAJUDEEN AGORO MAINLAND IBA 08033043639
  29. HON. ABAYOMI SADIQ OJO EJIGBO 08026411341
  30. BAR. OMOLARA ALAKIJA ETI-OSA ITIRE-IKATE 08033006343
  31. MR. SAHEED AFONJA OLORUNDA SOMOLU 08078757222
  32. HON. BOLAJI ROBERT KAYODE OTO-AWORI AYOBO-IPAJA 08033815368
  33. HON. WASIU OGUNLANA LAGOS ISLAND IKORODU WEST 08077298672
  34. MRS. KAFILAT OGBARA KOSOFE OJO 08023153750
  35. MR. AFEEZ DANMOLA LAGOS MAINLAND IKOSI-EJIRIN 08033312153
  36. MR. TUNDE FABIYI AMUWO-ODOFIN IKOSI-ISHERI 08022096186
  37. OLAIBI BLAIZE ADEBIYI ALIMOSHO IKOYI OBALENDE 09057275555
  38. HON. AMIDA ABUDU OLORUNDA IFAKO-IJAIYE 08139005533
  39. HON. ABIMBOLA OSIKOYA OJODU IJEDE 08123738676
  40. HON. M.K.O AKINDELE OJODU AMUWO-ODOFIN 08160766666
  41. ALH. AREMU O. LUKMON LAGOS ISLAND OTO-AWORI 08033439112
  42. HON. AGBOOLA MASHA LAGOS ISLAND OJODU 08033006509
  43. MR. KUNLE OSUNLALU OJODU IFELODUN 08169692803
  44. MS. OMOWUNMI OGBARA IKORODU EPE 08079815751
  45. MS. KENNY ST. BROWN ONIGBONGBO BARIGA 08033075400
  46. MR. FEMI ODEKUNLE ITIRE-IKATE IMOTA 08023160469
  47. WALE ADENIJI SURULERE ODI-OLOWO 08177051703
  48. BARR. SUNNY ADEEKO IKORODU LAGOS ISLAND EAST 08023192061
  49. HON. SIKIRU ADENOWO IKORODU WEST LAGOS ISLAND 08033066497
  50. HON. DOTUN ADEGBOLA AMUWO ODOFIN ALIMOSHO 08033011036
  51. MUTIU ORIOLA BADAGRY IKORODU NORTH 09076287692
  52. PRINCE SUNDAY OKE BADAGRY OJOKORO 08110159296
  53. TOYIN EDUN ONIGBONGBO LAGOS MAINLAND 08023120330
  54. HON. MRS. FUNKE AKERELE LAGOS MAINLAND ETI-OSA EAST 08023062605
  55. PRINCE ADENIYI JAFOJO ORILE AGEGE ISOLO 08033299454
  56. BARR. MUYIDEEN SHITTU AJEROMI-IFELODUN IBEJU 08037270118
  57. KOLA FASHOLA EJIGBO YABA 08023295975

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Anambra Guber: Gov Abiodun heads APC primary committee

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The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has constituted the Anambra State governorship primary election committee headed by Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State.

Secretary of the APC Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, Senator John James Akpanudoedehe, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday.

He said the party’s primary poll is scheduled for June 26, 2021.

According to the statement, Sen. John Enoh is Secretary of the committee, while Barr Uba Maigari Ahmadu, Hon. Goodluck Opiah, Cathleen Oby Nwofor, Alhaji Shitu Muhammed and Barr. Sylvester Imohanobe are members.

“In this capacity, the seven-member committee is expected to conduct the primary election to elect the party’s candidate for the governorship election for Anambra State in line with the provisions of our party’s constitution and guidelines for the nomination of candidates,” the party said.

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Soludo emerges APGA governorship candidate in Anambra

Former CBN governor, Prof. Charles Soludo has emerged the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA for the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State.

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Former CBN governor, Prof. Charles Soludo has emerged the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA for the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State.

Soludo emerged winner in Wednesday’s keenly contested primary election in Awka, Anambra State.

The primary election was monitored by officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

His victory comes few hours after a faction of APGA in Anambra suspended him from the party for anti-party activities.

In his acceptance speech, the former CBN governor said he welcomed the nomination of APGA to fly their banner in the forthcoming governorship election.

“I accept your nomination in the November 6 governorship election. I am proud that I came from Anambra. I offer nothing but statement of gratitude, thank you for the mandate to fly our flag. I assure INEC that APGA is a law-abiding party.

“I salute the other aspirants. I salute you. This is the time to unite. We won the primary by over 80 percent, but let us come together. The coming election is consequential for the state. It will determine our match for progression of retrogression,” he said.

Soludo commended previous governors of Anambra for transforming the state, but noted that Governor Willy Obiano had taken the state to the next level.

He said there is no state government in Nigeria with comparable revenue like Anambra State that is doing well than the present administration, saying there is no need to change a winning team.

“We need continuity, consolidation and transformation, we need to build on what is on ground. We will unveil our campaign manifesto in August. I am a poor boy whom God has raised to serve. I have been decorated with over 200 awards.

“I believe it is now time for me to serve my people. I have decided to give back to the people. Opinion polls showed that members of other political parties said they would support Soludo if he emerged APGA candidate,” he said.

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Alhaji Usman Baba (Ubale) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has been declared winner of the bye-election for the Sabon Gari State Constituency seat in Kaduna State House of Assembly.

Declaring the results, the returning officer (RO), Dr Mohammed-Nuruddin Musa, announced that Usman Baba was duly elected having satisfied the requirements of the law and polled the highest valid votes cast of 9,113.

He defeated his closest contender from the All Progressives Congress (APC), Malam Musa A. Musa, who polled 7,404 votes.

The returning officer also announced that Anas Abdullahi of the ADC polled 62 votes, Chindo Ibrahim of ADP polled 61 votes and Musa Halilu of PRP polled 305 votes.

Alhough there was low turnout of eligible voters during the election, voters, however, conducted themselves in a peaceful and orderly manner throughout the election.

The Sabon Gari seat initially occupied by the former Speaker of the House, Hon. Aminu Shagali of the APC, was declared vacant in April, after he was alleged to have absconded from activities of the Assembly for more than 360 days following his removal as the Speaker of the House.

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