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Music: Nicholazo- Gbefun {Give them}

Nicholazo just drop a new track Gbefun (give them) talented hip pop and Afro singer and rapper Nicholazo is on a new vibe to the public, song portrait Enjoyment and achieving greatness. Download Now

Music: Don credo- The Masses new music 2019

Don Credo just dropped a new single titled *The masses* In this track, the masses, Don credo expresses his view about the current state of the country. He was also quite sermonizing in this one, praying that God gives us good leaders. This track exemplifies how a true Nigerian should reason. We hope you are inspired by it. Don't listen alone. Download and share with your family and friends. Download Now

Music: Nicholazo btr-Biani kaje official video



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Fast rising artist Nicholazo is out with his video cover title Biani kaje download below
Nicholazo just released the visuals for his track, Biani kaje.

The video, which clearly portrays what the song is all about--having fun in general, was  directed by the Singer and CEO of NFE, Don credo.

We hope you like it.

Davido on cars shopping spree for members of his 30BG crew

Award-winning pop star, Davido is about to reward members of his 30BG crew as he’s currently on a car shopping spree for all of them. The “Wonder Woman” crooner, is doing so as a way of showing how to treat people who are close to you, The music star took to his Instagram stories during the week, where he announced his plans to buy cars for his crew. Just so we all know that he isn’t joking, Davido shared a photo of the first recipient of the car gift in his crew, Aloma.
“I’m on a buying car spree for all my n**gas! Nah Lati car go drop last! Let’s start with @aloma_dmw,” he wrote. He went on to share a photo of Aloma and his new Mercedes Benz whip

Shocking: ‘I Have Slept With 7000 British Men’ – Nigerian Lady Reveals

Shocking: ‘I Have Slept With 7000 BritishA Nigerian lady has opened up on how she was forced to work as a secret prostitute in Nottingham, England and slept with 7,000 British men in the process.
The 33-year-old had come to the UK from her home country, Nigeria, six months earlier on the promise of getting a job as a receptionist in a city office.

But when she was picked up from Heathrow Airport, she was bundled into a rusty van and driven three hours to Nottingham – where she was locked up in a brothel and forced to have sex with over 7,000 men over four years.

While finally free and living in Birmingham, Stephanie, now 46, endured eight years of slavery in total.

She was only entitled to 45 days of help from the government before she was made homeless and is still seeking asylum.

The Sun’s Stamp Out Slavery campaign, in conjunction with the Co-op, is calling for this period of time to be extended so that victims like Stephanie have more time to recover and rebuild their lives.

She tells Sun Online: “I’ve been through hell. I don’t trust anybody now.”

When a man from her local church offered to pay for her flight to the UK, where he promised she could get an office job, she jumped at the chance.

She says: “I felt excited, but also a bit scared. The girls I’d travelled over with were taken somewhere else from the airport, so I was on my own – that’s when I realised something was wrong.”

She was taken in the back of a van to a flat in Nottingham from the airport.

When she arrived, she was shown to a room covered in thick black damp wallpaper, with nothing but a dirty mattress on the floor.

Exhausted from the journey, she fell asleep.

Stephanie says: “No one told me what was going to happen but the next morning I heard voices in the hallway. I was too scared to come out of my room but knew something was going on.

“Suddenly my door was opened and a man came in and shut the door behind him.”

Unbeknown to Stephanie, she had been trafficked into a brothel – where four other girls were already working – and this was the first of thousands of clients she’d be forced to sleep with over the next four years.

“It happened daily,”. “Sometimes more than five men would visit me a day and pay my mistress afterwards. “She gave me and the other girls there alcohol, and dealt with all the money so I had no money of my own.

“I was threatened. She said if I didn’t do what the men wanted I’d be sent back home, but there was nothing there for me. I was so scared.”

In 2010, Stephanie saw her chance to escape. She says: “I was allowed out to go to the shops, but I was monitored.

“One day I got lucky. I went to the shops and I came across a kind woman. I told her I needed to get a train as some people were coming after me and she gave me £50.”

Stephanie seized the opportunity and got the first train to London – but when she got there, she didn’t know what to do and ended up sleeping in a shop doorway for the first few nights.

She says: “I ended up being homeless for over two years, begging and sleeping on night buses or trains – wherever I could.”

Now, Stephanie is in temporary accommodation and has had counselling to deal with the trauma.

How Fear Result To Hearing Loss

loss and the effects that it may have on their life. It may be the most significant emotion you experience when you are faced with losing your hearing.
While it is understandable to be afraid of a condition that could significantly change your life, it is essential not to let the fear hinder you. In fact, you can use the fear to motivate yourself to learn everything you can about your hearing loss condition and position yourself to be in control of the changes that are to come.

Fear and Hearing Loss

You may be reluctant to divulge your situation to others because you are afraid of what they may think or have concerns that people will treat you differently. There are other common fears people may have about not being able to hear:
  • The loss of their ability to hear may mean that they’re more susceptible to mental conditions like dementia.
  • Their hearing loss will isolate them because they believe that communication will be tiring and very difficult.
  • in some cases, they fear that they willpass on their hearing loss condition to their children.
  • Being known as the person who has impaired hearing will make them irrelevant as communicating with them will require more planning, effort and time.
  • They will no longer be able to do the activities they enjoy, such as listening to musicenjoying the theater or watching movies.
  • They may end up being alone more because their hearing loss can exact a toll on their loved ones.
It is important not to let your fear of not being able to hear prevent you from getting the help that you need. If you allow it to, fear can be an obstacle to your receiving treatment that can improve your hearing or restore your quality of life.

Ways You Can Face Your Fear

  • Acknowledge the Fear. One of the first steps in conquering your fear of hearing loss is acknowledgment. This can be done in writing, with a therapist or verbally in front of a mirror by yourself. Admitting what you are feeling about your condition can be a liberating experience and can make it easier for you to handle those feelings when they arise again.
  • Get all the info you can. The most effective way you can overcome your fear is by learning about your hearing loss. You want to make sure that you are getting the right information, so sometimes it may be necessary to speak with someone who has gone through a similar experience. In addition to reading books and articles about hearing loss, you may want to consider joining a hearing loss support group. When you are armed with the right knowledge, you will be able to see that there are viable solutions, which can give you the hope you need to replace your fear.
If you are having difficulty with overcoming your fear of hearing loss, it is essential that you speak with a friend, family member, or trusted medical professional. With the right support, treatment, tools, and knowledge, you will be able to enjoy the same quality of life you had before the change in your hearing.

Results From Polling Units --2019 Election In Nigeria

Results for presidential, senatorial and house of reps of the three districts is being simultaneously collated and summed up.
Imo West at INEC office in Orlu LGA.
Imo East is collated at Owerri Municipal LGA. Imo North at State prim. school, Okigwe.
10:44 Lagos State Senatorial District, Sura, INEC Office, Lagos Island.
The rain has forced the collation officers to take the results inside the INEC office to continue collation.
Meanwhile, observers and party officials are outside under a bad tent.
10:44 Lagos State Senatorial District, Sura, INEC Office, Lagos Island.
The rain has forced the collation officers to take the results inside the INEC office to continue collation.
Meanwhile, observers and party officials are outside under a bad tent.
EDO NORTH: Etsako west local government council, Auchi.
PDP officials are not satisfied with the results gotten from the polling units in Edo north, so they are delaying the collation by asking some of the INEC officials to bring their card readers.
A serious fight is going on outside but I can’t go out because they told all officials to stay in the situation room for their own safety. We are guarded by armed security personnel.
INEC Area office Brass LGA, Bayelsa West SD, Bayelsa State.
After the LGA collation asked the ward collation officer and party agents of ward 6 to go outside the hall and sort their results out, a fight almost broke out after series of heated arguments.
The security personnel, in collaboration with the military Alpha 1 I encountered yesterday has not only sent all party agents outside the INEC office, but they’ve also been sent far away from the office perimeters as well.
Some of the issues from ward 6 include:
1. Overvoting
2. Card reader issues (it reads cards but not thumbs and the APOs are did otherwise)
3. Mutilation of figures in result sheets
4 and cancelation of result of 2 PUs by the SPO. The ward collation officer said none of these issues was reported to him, he even visited the affected PUs more than thrice and on inquiry was told everything was working perfectly.
Akure South Local Government *Ward result for Senate; Ward 2: Gbogi Isikan
AD – 24
ADC – 51
ADP – 22
APC – 2,384
ASD – 09
DA – 07
NPM – 27
NRVP – 0
NCP – 04
*PDP – 3, 037*
PDA – 11
PT – 02
SDP – 16
UPN – 05
ZLP – 2, 167
7, 783 – Total Valid Votes
263 – Rejected votes
8, 046 – Total vote cast.
Presidential Election Results of Ado-Ekiti Local government of Ekiti State.
Announcement at Ekiti Central Senatorial District, Ekiti state. Old INEC Office.
Total number of registered voters : 165994
Number of accredited voters: 60277
Total Valid votes: 56914
Rejected votes: 2768
Total votes cast: 59682
A: 11
AA: 07
AAC: 148
AAB: 43
ABP: 43
ACD: 28
ACBN: 36
ADC: 97
APP: 39
AGA: 05
AGAP: 05
APC: 34929
APGA: 12
APN: 02
APP: 05
DPC: 47
FRESH: 04
FJP: 17
GDPN: 73
PDP: 20112
GPN: 05
ADP: 03
LG: 08
GNPP: 03
KP: 04
MAMC: 14
Presidential election results from Ekiti East local government of Ekiti State.
APC: 12826
PDP: 13125
NPC: 09
PPN: 01
Atakumosa East, Osun State
SENATORIAL ELECTION RESULTS
Registered Voters 35744
ACCREDITED VOTERS… 15266
A… 43
ADC.. 19
ADP.. 57
ANRP..06
APA.. 19
APC.. 7899
APP.. 09
CAP.. 15
DA.. 2
DPC.. 11
GDP…
ID… 03
JMPP… 03
LP… 04
MAJA… 05
MMN.. 2
MPN.. 04
MCP.. 24
NRM13
PDP… 6943
PPN.. 05
RP..
TOTAL VALID VOTE… 15088
REJECTED VOTES.. 173
TOTAL VOTES CAST.. 15,261
Akure North Local Government
Senate Result
74,134 (Registered)
24,496 (Accredited)
Senate
AD – 61
*ADC – 83*
*ADP – 133*
*APC – 8, 520*
ASD – 21
DA – 23
MPN – 30
NCP – 9
*PDP – 9,949*
PPA – 31
*ZLP – 4, 266*
Okitipupa LGA results for Senatorial Election
APC – 11488
PDP – 20121
ZLP – 4915
ADC – 207
SDP – 126
AA – 3435
SNP – 112
Total valid votes: 40867
Rejected: 1546
Total Votes cast: 42413
**The ZLP agent, however, queried how results showed 22 parties while the ballot paper only had 15parties on it.
Senatorial collation centre, Mapo Hall, Owo, Ondo state. Akoko South EAST LGA
SENATORIAL RESULT
TOTAL NUMBER OF REG VOTERS – 35747
NUMBER OF ACCREDITED VOTES -15,521
AA – 3916
ADC – 1387
ADP – 1370
APC – 3381
ASD – 17
PDP – 5015
ZLP – 43
TOTAL VALID VOTES – 15179
REJECTED – 342
TOTAL VOTES CAST – 15,521
Result for Sarkin Kudu 2 Ward, Katsina LGA as presented by the collation officer Hussaini Kankia
24 Polling Units 
Registered voters: 23,592
Valid votes: 7126
Rejected 166
Total votes cast: 7292
House of Representatives Result 
APC 4849
PDP 1890
A 133
NRM 18
PRP 5
ANRP 51
Accord 129
ADC 8
APM 13
UPM 3
UPC 4
NDLP 6
ADC 2
SDP 4
PPN 2
DA 5
RD 1
ARP 1
Senate Results
Accredited voters 7585
Total votes cast: 7468
Valid votes: 7265
Rejected 203
APC 4796
PDP 2268
ADC 22
PRP 5
A 63
NRM 16
UPC 10
Accord 72
DA 5
PPN 5
PT 1
SDP 2
Senatorial District —Sokoto South; Ward: Badau/Darhela, 05 Bodinga LGA
Total no of registered voters: 5331
Total no of accredited voters: 2995
Senatorial Result
PDP:1118
APC:1691
APDA:10
AGA:6
NPC:15
MUP:3
APA:8
Total valid votes: 2894
Rejected: 101
Total vote cast: 2995
House of Representatives
APC:1656
APDA:1
APGA:4
PDP:1154
APA:10
NUP:4
NRM:2
PPA:5
NPC:1
ADC:2
MRDD: 2
AGA:2
Total Valid Votes : 2860
Rejected : 133
Total vote cast: 2993
YOBE SOUTH, Mamudo Ward, Fune Local Govt. It consists of 10 PUs
PRESIDENTIAL
APC:3,960
PDP:287
SENATORIAL
APC:1,452
PDP:2,850
HOUSE OF REPS
APC:2,326
PDP:1201
***The result of PU 001, Adaya was cancelled for the House of Reps
Gabarin Ward (003), Darazo LGA, Bauchi State
Presidential
APC 3782
ANRP 01
APA 01
APDA 03
GDPN  05
GPN. 01
NNPP 01
PCP 01
PDP  757
SNC. 10
Senatorial
APC 1618
APP. 01
PDP 583
PRP 1477
NNPP 277
GPN 10
ADC 06
SDP 01
ACD 01
DPC 01
MMN 02
Reps
PDP 402
APC 1394
SDP 01
PRP 1179
ADC 03
APN 04
PPN 01
NNPP 923
DA 01
MMN. 03
PDC 11
GPN 39
NRM 01
ACD 01
Bauchi Central zone Collation Center, Darazo LGA, Bauchi Central Zone, Bauchi]
YAUTARI WARD,(008) Darazo LGA
Presidential
AA 01
APP 01
ADP 01
ANDP 01
APA  01
APC 1467
APDA 02
APGA 01
CNP   01
DPC 01
FJP 01
GPN 11
HDP 519
LM 01
MAJA 01
NNPP 02
NPC. 02
NMR 02
NUP 10
PCP 07
PDP 381
PPA  04
PPN  01
RBMP 01
RP   01
SDP 05
SNP 01
YES 01
Senatorial
APC 989
APP. 02
PDP 511
PRP 310
NNPP 31
GPN 32
ACM 6
JNPP 02
ACD 02
Reps
PDP 470
APC 953
SDP 01
PRP 374
ADC 05
APN 05
PPN 04
UPC 02
NNPP 24
APP 01
A 11
DA 02
SDP 01
MMN. 02
MN. 02
APM. 05 
Bauchi Central zone Collation Center, Darazo LGA, Bauchi Central Zone, Bauchi
Lago ward,(005) Darazo LGA
Presidential
ACPN 04
ACD  01
ACPN 01
APGA 01
ANN  01
ANPP 01
APA  09
APC 2,595
APDA 01
APGA 014
FIP   03
NNPP 08
NPC  02
PCP 06
PDP 519
PPA 01
PCP 06
RAP 01
SDP 01
SNC 10
MMN 04
CGDN 10
NCMP 01
NIP  01
UDP  01
UP   01
Senatorial
APC 1684
PDP 475
PRP 759
NNPP 282
GPN 15
APP 03
ACD 03
APN 05
GNPP 01
PDM 02
AD  02
MMN 02
SDP 02
DPC 01
Reps
PDP 448
APC 1742
SDP 01
PRP 626
ADC 09
APN 07
PDC 11
UPC 01
APP 01
AD 02
DA 02
A 01
SDP 01
PPN 02
UDP 02.
09:08am: State: Adamawa Zone: AD Central LGA: Yola North, Ward: Dimawa Ward 007
**Presidential votes is overcast and the RO is asked to reconcile.
SENATE:
ADC: 865
ACD: 4
ANP: 37
APC: 3758
DA: 6
KP: 1
NPM: 2
PDP:480
PDM:180
PPN: 4
SDP: 1
PT: 1
GNPP: 1
INVALID: 174
TOTAL: 5514
REPS:
APP: 2
ACD: 15
ADC: 1439
ANP: 28
APC: 3082
FJP: 2
GPN: 1
PDM: 169
PDP: 548
PPC: 3
PPN: 3
INVALID: 273
TOTAL: 5565 
Collated results for Gbonyin LGA, Ekiti South Senatorial District of Ekiti State.
SENATORIAL RESULTS
NUMBER OF REG. VOTERS: 49850
ACCREDITED VOTES: 22090
ADC – 39
APC – 13534
ASD – 07
DA – 04
LP – 04
NAC – 06
NPC – 17
PDP – 8093
PPN – 04
TOTAL VALID VOTES : 21708
REJECTED VOTES : 251
TOTAL VOTES CAST : 21959
COLLATION OFFICER: DR AGBOOLA 
AWKA SOUTH LGA, ANAMBRA CENTRAL SD
PRESIDENTIAL 
NO OF REG VOTER-13056
ACCREDITED-2249
AAC-3
AAP-1
ADP-3
AGAP-1
ANDP-1
ANN-1
APC-80
APDA-1
APGA-46
DPP-1
GDPN-1
GPN-2
NND-1
NPC-1
MRM-1
PCP-29
PDP-1968
PPA-1
RAP-1
SDP-4
SNC-1
UDP-1
UP-1
YPP-11
TOTAL VALID- 2161
REJECTED-32
TOTAL CAST-2193
Ise/OrunLGA, Ekiti State.
Presidential
AAP: 007
ABP: 002
ACD: 003
ACPN: 02
ADC: 016
ADP: 008
APC: 14529
PDP: 4826
PPA: 04
PPN: 02
Total valid votes: 19660
Rejected Votes 410
Total Votes cast 20,070
Total Registered Voters 41,823
Total accredited voters: 20,295
Unit 20, Ward 2, Cornerstone Secondary School, Kòòmì Road, Sakí, Oyo state
Presidential:
APC – 302
PDP – 93
Senatorial:
APC – 220
PDP – 117
House of Representatives:
APC – 188
PDP – 153
EKITI SOUTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT, IKERE LGA.
REPS RESULTS
NUMBER OF REG. VOTERS: 61615
ACCREDITED VOTES: IT IS NOT ON THE PAPER
ADC – 329
APC – 15078
ID -03
JMPP – 04
LP – 06
MPN- 02
NAC – 06
PDP – 11676
PPN – 08
PT – 02
ASD – 18
BPD – 32
NDLP – 13
YDP – 01
KP – 05
TOTAL VALID VOTES : 27183
REJECTED VOTES : 562
TOTAL VOTES CAST : 27745
COLLATION OFFICER: DR OKETAYO. 
Mr Oketayo corroborated that hoodlums invaded WARD 9 UNIT 06 which led to the cancellation of the unit’s election.
Ward: Bagarawa 02, Bodinga LGA, Sokoto South
Total no of registered voters: 3476
Total no of accredited voters: 1616
Senatorial 
APC:541
APGA:04
PDP:974
APA:1
DPP:1
NCP:4
MPC:2
MRPD:1
Total Valid Vote: 1530
Rejected: 75
Total vote cast: 1605
House of Representatives 
APC:551
PDP:975
APA:2
DPP:1
LP:1
NUP:1
PPN:1
APDA:1
PPA:2
APGA:1
NPC:1
Total valid votes: 1537
Rejected : 63
Total votes cast: 1600
Presidential 
ANRV:1
APA: 1
APC:579
APDA:1
APP:1
PDP:974
Total valid votes : 1571
Rejected : 50
Total votes cast: 1621
Oye-Ekiti LGA, Ekiti State.
Presidential
A: 004
AA: 002
AAC: 019
AAP: 007
ACD: 03
ACPN: 009
ADC; 028
ADP: 007
AGA: 010
AGAP: 00
ANDP: 01
APC: 14,726
APDA: 011
APP: 07
NNPP: 003
PDP : 11427
Total valid votes 26749
Rejected Votes 802
Total Votes cast 27551
Total Registered Voters 60,226
Total accredited voters: 27,654
Final results for Ward 12, Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa State
No of Registered Voters – 3738
No of Accredited Voters – 1611
Total number of Valid Votes – 1479
Total Number of Rejected Votes – 132
Total Number of Votes Cast – 1611
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PRESIDENTIAL
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A-1
ADC-1
APA-2
APC-291
APP-1
DPP-2
GDPN-3
PCP-9
PDP-1167
PPA-1
PPN-1
SDP-1
8:35AM, Senatorial collation centre, Mapo Hall, Owo, Ondo state.
EMURE WARD 11
PRESIDENTIAL RESULT
Total registered votes – 13,865
Accredited votes – 4,661
A – 3
AA – 53
AAC – 20
ACPN – 2
ADP – 7
APC – 1,808
CC – 1
PDP – 2313
TOTAL VALID VOTES:4,374
REJECTED VOTES: 287
TOTAL VOTES CAST: 4661
08:50 am: Results| Ward 12| Yenagoa LGA | Bayelsa State.
 Unit 1
PRESIDENTIAL
APC-22
PDP-111
SENATORIAL
APC-23
PDP-103
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
APC-24
PDP-104
Unit 2
PRESIDENTIAL
APC-36
PDP-157
PCP-2
SENATORIAL
APC-25
PDP-172
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
APC-46
PDP-120
Unit 3
PRESIDENTIAL
APC-66
PDP-216
SENATORIAL
ADC-1
APC-75
PDP-217
NUP-1
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
APC-78
PDP-212
Unit 4
PRESIDENTIAL
APC-33
PDP-260
PCP-2
SENATORIAL
APC-43
PDP-259
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
APC-43
PDP-259
Unit 5
PRESIDENTIAL
A-1
APA-1
APC-59
PCP-3
PDP-179
PPN-1
SENATORIAL
APC-62
PDP-193
NUP-1
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
APC-61
PDP-193
Unit 6
PRESIDENTIAL
APC-22
GDPN-1
PDP-109
PCP-1
SENATORIAL
ADC-1
APC-24
PDP-112
SDP-1
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
ADP-2
APC-25
ANDP-1
PDP-104
PPA-1
Unit 7
Presidential
ADC-1
APA-1
APC-53
PDP-135
PPA-1
GDPN-2
DPP-1
APP-1
PCP-1
Senatorial
APC-65
PDP-147
House of Representatives
APC-66
PDP-141
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TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES
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Final results for Ward 12, Yenagoa LGA
No of Registered Voters – 3738
No of Accredited Voters – 1611
Total umber of Valid Votes – 1479
Total Number of Rejected Votes – 132
Total Number of Votes Casted – 1611
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PRESIDENTIAL
========================
A-1
ADC-1
APA-2
APC-291
APP-1
DPP-2
GDPN-3
PCP-9
PDP-1167
PPA-1
PPN-1
SDP-1
Sabon Pegi Ward 09, Numan LGA Adamawa state.
 Presidential Results
Total no. Register voters: 18699
No. Accredited Voters: 7859
A 01
AAC 01
AAE 01
ABP 01
ACD 04
ADC 09
AGA 02
ANN 01
ANP 01
APA 11
APC 3011
APDA 05
APGA 01
APP 01
DPP 07
FRESH 01
GDPN 11
GPN 01
HTP 01
JNPP 01
MMN 03
MFG 01
MNPE 01
NPC 01
PCP 36
PDP 4174
PPA 09
PPC 10
PFN 01
PT 01
RP 02
SDP 04
SNC 01
WTPN 01
YPP 01
TOTAL VALID VOTES: 7322
REJECTED VOTES: 331
TOTAL VOTE CAST: 7653
REPS. RESULTS
TOTAL REGISTER VOTERS: 18699
accredited voters: 7859
AA 01
ABP 03
APP 01
ACD 03
ADC 68
AGA 01
ANP 07
APC 3087
APDA 09
DA 01
GPN 08
KP 05
NPM 09
PDM 10
PDP 4084
PPC 35
PRP 23
SDP 30
UPP 01
YRP 01
YPP 01
TOTAL VALID VOTES: 7388
REJECTED VOTES: 271
TOTAL VOTE CAST: 7659
SENATORIAL RESULTS
TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 18699
ACCREDITED VOTERS: 7859
AA 03
ABP 04
ACE 06
ADC 58
APC 3098
DA 05
KP 10
PDP 4027
PPC 124
PDM 07
SDP 32
PPN 19
MRDD 02
TOTAL VALID VOTES: 7395
REJECTED VOTES: 262
TOTAL VOTE CAST: 7657
Senatorial collation centre, Mapo Hall, Owo, Ondo state. EMURE WARD 11
PRESIDENTIAL RESULT
Total registered votes – 13865
Accredited votes – 4661
A – 3
AA – 53
AAC – 20
ACPN – 2
ADP – 7
APC – 1,808
CC – 1
PDP – 2313
TOTAL VALID VOTES:4,374
REJECTED VOTES: 287
TOTAL VOTES CAST: 4661
COLLATION OFFICER: OMOLOLA OMOBIRE
According to Mrs Omobire, at ward 9, PU 006, it was reported that some hoodlums distorted election activities which led to the cancellation of the unit’s results.
EKITI SOUTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT, IKERE LGA.
SENATORIAL RESULTS
NUMBER OF REG. VOTERS: 61615
ACCREDITED VOTES : 28125
ADC – 121
APC – 14937
ASD – 21
DA – 10
LP – 09
NAC – 08
NPC – 39
PDP – 12141
PPN – 08
TOTAL VALID VOTES : 27294
REJECTED VOTES : 571
TOTAL VOTES CAST : 27865
DAFCIYARI WARD,(009) Darazo LGA, Bauchi State
Presidential
ACC 01
APA 01
APC 1840
APDA 03
FRESH 02
GDPN 02
GPN. 04
JMPP 01
LM.  01
LP. 01
NCNP 01
NCP. 01
NNPD 01
NNPP 01
PCP. 03
PDP. 408
PPA. 04
PPC. 01
RAP. 01
RP 02
SDP 08
SNC. 02
YPP. 01
Senatorial
ACD 02
ADC 06
APC. 1106
APM. 09
APP 02
DA. 03
DPC. 01
GPN. 08
MAJA 01
NNPP. 43
PDP  552
PRP. 572
SDP. 02
Reps
A 01
ACP 01
ADC. 04
APC  1037
APM 45
DA  05
DPC 01
GPN 05
NNPP 51
NPN 03
PDC. 09
PDP. 541
PPN. 04
PRP. 603
SDP.  01
UPC.  01

Bad News For Anti-Corruption War As EU Adds Nigeria To 'Dirty-Money Blacklist'

Nigeria has been added to a blacklist of nations that pose global threat because of leniency as it relates to controlling financial activities of terrorists, as well as money laundering.


The European Commission also added Saudi Arabia, Panama, and other jurisdictions to the blacklist, the EU executive said on Wednesday.


According to Reuters, low sanctions against money laundering and financing terrorism, insufficient cooperation with the EU and lack of transparency regarding company beneficiaries, constitute the criteria used to blacklist countries.


Being on the blacklist does not only constitute reputational damage, it will also complicate financial relations with the EU, as the bloc’s banks will have to carry out additional checks on payments involving entities from listed jurisdictions.

Jeff Bezos accuses tabloid National Enquirer of blackmail

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and world’s richest man,  on Thursday accused the publisher of the National Enquirer of blackmail after it threatened to publish intimate photographs sent by the billionaire to his mistress if he did not cease his investigation into how the newspaper got the pictures.



Chief Executive Officer of Amazon Jeff Bezos
It comes after the tabloid, having accessed private text messages, last month reported Bezos had an extramarital affair with former news anchor and entertainment reporter Lauren Sanchez — a leak that led to his divorce.
In a post on blogging platform Medium Thursday, Bezos said Enquirer publisher American Media Inc (AMI), led by David Pecker, approached him with a threat to publish the photos if he did not halt an investigation into the motives behind the leak.


He added the publication demanded he and security consultant Gavin de Becker, who is leading the probe, publicly state they had “no knowledge or basis for suggesting that AMI’s coverage was politically motivated or influenced by political forces.”
De Becker mentioned in a recent Daily Beast interview that “strong leads point to political motives” — and that he was interested in Lauren Sanchez’s brother Michael, a vocal supporter of US President Donald Trump with links to his inner circle, as a possible perpetrator.


And in his Medium post, Bezos, who also owns The Washington Post, pointed to AMI and David Pecker’s previous cooperation with Trump — including payments made to suppress negative stories, currently under investigation by federal prosecutors. One involves a woman who said she had an affair with Trump.

The hush money payment, and a similar one to another woman, was made on the eve of the 2016 election that Trump won. Trump is suspected of campaign finance violations because of the disbursements on grounds they were made to affect the outcome of the vote and should therefore have been reported to government campaign monitors.
Bezos, his newspaper and Amazon are all regular targets of Trump’s signature Twitter tirades.
Bezos also raised the publisher’s links to Saudi Arabia — whose Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is accused of directing the murder of Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.


“My ownership of the Washington Post is a complexifier for me. It’s unavoidable that certain powerful people who experience Washington Post news coverage will wrongly conclude I am their enemy,” Bezos wrote in the blog post.
“President Trump is one of those people, obvious by his many tweets. Also, The Post’s essential and unrelenting coverage of the murder of its columnist Jamal Khashoggi is undoubtedly unpopular in certain circles.”


He added: “Rather than capitulate to extortion and blackmail, I’ve decided to publish exactly what they sent me, despite the personal cost and embarrassment they threaten,” Bezos wrote in the post, which was entitled “No thank you, Mr. Pecker” and included copies of emails from AMI.
“Of course I don’t want personal photos published, but I also won’t participate in their well-known practice of blackmail, political favours, political attacks, and corruption. I prefer to stand up, roll this log over, and see what crawls out,” he added.

Osinbajo: Crashed Helicopter Not From NAF, PAF

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), has said that the helicopter carrying Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, which crashed yesterday in Kogi State, was not part of its fleet. 
According to a statement by its spokesman, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, Sunday morning, NAF also said that the crashed aircraft was not from the Presidential Air Fleet (PAF), as erroneously insinuated in some quarters.
NAF asked the general public to disregard all false news and the misleading videos which suggest that the helicopter belonged to Air Force of PAF.
Below is the full statement signed by Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola.
“The attention of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has been drawn to various reports in the media purporting that the Augusta AW139 Helicopter, which was involved in a mishap in Kabba, Kogi State yesterday, 2 February 2019, while conveying the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, belonged to the NAF or was from the 011 Presidential Air Fleet (011 PAF). Some unscrupulous/undiscerning individuals have even gone so far as to circulate a video showing the crash landing of a military helicopter, from an unrelated incident, which neither occured in Nigeria nor involved NAF or 011 PAF aircraft, portraying it as the one that crashed in Kabba.
The NAF wishes to state categorically that the helicopter that crashed in Kabba does not belong to the NAF or 011 PAF. The owners/operators of the civilian helicopter, Messrs Caverton Helicopters, have already issued a statement on the matter. In addition, the military Dauphin Helicopter, painted in desert camouflage colour, seen in the video circulating on social media does not belong to the NAF and should not be misrepresented as belonging to the NAF. Accordingly, the general public is advised to disregard such erroneous information and the misleading video.
The NAF joins the Nation in thanking God for sparing the life of our Vice President as well as other passengers and crew members involved in the mishap. We pray for the safety of the Vice President and that all his take-offs will culminate in an equal number of safe landings.
IBIKUNLE DARAMOLA
Air Commodore
Director of Public Relations and Information
Nigerian Air Force”


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