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May 01, 2011:
DEEPENING DEMOCRACY: Were the elections different?
By: Jibrin Ibrahim
In welcoming the New Year in January, I argued in this column that our national resolve for 2011 must be that the year would be the turning point when we move from our long history with electoral ...
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Apr 29, 2011:
Nigerian Youth Celebrate Social Media as Tool of Successful Election
By: Jennifer Ehidiamen
LAGOS, NIGERIA – Esther Eshiet, 24, a social worker in southern Nigeria, says she used social media programs such as Facebook and Twitter to report on what transpired at her polling units and ...
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Apr 29, 2011:
THE REPORT OF NATIONAL HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELECTION HELD ON SATURDAY 9TH APRIL, 2011. MONITORED AT WARD 5 LISA WARD AKURE SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ONDO STATE.
By: Joel Samuel Feyisola
State ...
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Apr 29, 2011:
THE REPORT OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN ONDO STATE HELD ON 16TH APRIL, 2011
By: Joel Samuel Feyisola
The presidential election was held in Ondo State last Saturday 16th April, 2011 in a peaceful atmosphere. Despite the low turnout of voters, but it was impressive. The turnouts was not as massive ...
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Apr 29, 2011:
KADUNA STATE AND APRIL 16TH PRESIDENTIAL POLLS
By: by Safiya Ibn Garba; Programme Director; Empowering Women for Excellence Initiative (EWEI)
“Happy Survival” has unfortunately become a form of salutation in Kaduna following the spate of violent riots that engulfed the state in the past week. It is used to congratulate anyone ...
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Apr 27, 2011:
INTERIM REPORT OF THE 2011 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTIONS IN AKWA IBOM STATE, CONDUCTED ON TUESDAY, 26TH APRIL, 2011
By: ACN AkwaIbom
The Chairman Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Abuja. Sir, INTERIM REPORT OF THE 2011 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTIONS IN AKWA IBOM STATE, CONDUCTED ON TUESDAY, 26TH APRIL, ...
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Apr 27, 2011:
ANALYSIS-Nigerian elections seal major power shift
By: James Jukwey
ABUJA, April 27 (Reuters) - A decisive election victory by President Goodluck Jonathan in Nigeria has shifted power firmly to the largely Christian south from the Muslim north and could reopen ...
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Apr 27, 2011:
Of Godfathers and Elephants: politics in Lagos State
By: Anonymous
We have just entered the final stretch of the election season in Nigeria. After months of horse-trading, party defections, political assassinations, campaign jingles and building-sized posters, we ...
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Apr 21, 2011:
Vote Results Tap Nigeria's Tensions In North, Rumors Fed Christian-Muslim Unease and Jonathan's Election Sparked Riots
By: Will Connors (WSJ)
 KADUNA, Nigeria —The election of incumbent Goodluck Jonathan exposed the raw divide between Nigeria's predominantly Christian south and Muslim north, showing how quickly the country's ...
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Apr 20, 2011:
CIVIL SOCIETY ELECTION SITUATION ROOM: FINAL STATEMENT ON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
By: Jibrin Ibrahim
The Civil Society Election Situation Room commends Nigerians for their determination in voting and protecting their votes in the 16 April presidential election. We note that this was in keeping with what was witnessed during the National Assembly ...
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Ebonyi state House of Assembly Friday morning served an impeachment notice on Governor Martin Elechi over what it described as act of gross misconduct by the Governor.   Reading the notice at ...
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