Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Photo of The Day!! Is This A Man Or A Woman?

This picture has being trending on Twitter and I decided to share it. my question, is this being a man or woman?


Buhari Declared The Winner In Benue State

All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate, retired General Muhammadu Buhari has scored a total vote of 373, 961 to win Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)'s president Goodluck Jonathan in Benue State.

Jonathan polled 303, 737 in the contest involving 23 local government areas of the state.

Returning officer is Prof. Heward Mafuyai. Results was finally declared at 12:18am today (Tuesday).

Teenage Girl Kills Boyfriend Over Attempted Rape in Lagos

The police in Lagos have arrested an 18-year-old lady, Kafayat Olawale, for allegedly stabbing to death her 32 year old boyfriend, Ojo Ijabike.

The incident happened on Friday on Olutola Adebayo Street, off Idimu Road, in the Alimosho area of Lagos State. Investigations by PUNCH Metro revealed that Ijabike, an indigene of Owo, Ondo State, had attempted to forcefully have carnal knowledge of the suspect when there was a scuffle between them.

Olawale, who hails from Osun State, was said to have stabbed the deceased in the heart region, while the 32-year-old victim inflicted injuries on her.

The landlord of the house, who heard the noise, was said to have broken the locked door and met the
duo lying in a pool of blood. They were reportedly rushed to a private hospital in the area where Ijabike, an electrician, gave up the ghost.

When Punch visited the Cele Egbe area, where the suspect was an apprentice in a hairdressing salon, he met her boss, who said Olawale was tricked into Ijabike’s apartment.

The woman, who did not identify herself, said:

“She is a little girl and I often tried to guide her home whenever it was late in the night. She cannot hurt a fly. Ojo (Ijabike) bought her a phone and she brought it to the office that morning. He called her and said he forgot the charger at home, that she should come over to pick it.
It was the charger she went to pick when he locked the door against her and wanted to sleep with her.”

A young man, who claimed to be the “real boyfriend of the suspect”, said the deceased was not in a relationship with Olawale. The barber, who said they had been dating since 2014, told PUNCH Metro he had warned Olawale to stop collecting gifts from the deceased.


“But she kept telling me it was just a normal friendship. I tried my best to always please her, but I am aware the guy was also giving her money and gifts and I knew his intention was not pure.
When he bought her the phone, I frowned at it. I was told it was on Friday when she was on her way to work that he called her to come over to his place to take the charger of the phone which he forgot to give her. That was how he wanted to take advantage of her and things went awry,” he said.

PUNCH visited where the incident happened on Olutola Adebayo Street and met co-tenants of the deceased. A girl took them to the one room apartment of the deceased, which was shut.

A drama however played out when their correspondent was directed to the landlord of the house, who quickly denied being the owner of the house.

“I am new in this house and just rented a shop here. I don’t know anything and cannot say anything,” the elderly man said.

Other residents equally declined to speak. PUNCH Metro subsequently visited the private hospital, where the duo was rushed to on Modupe Shittu Street.

A worker, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, explained that the deceased was still alive when he was brought to the hospital.

“When they were rushed here, they were both alive. We, however, observed that the man was stabbed in the heart region. He died soon after. The girl also sustained injuries. I learnt that it was after the girl stabbed him that he collected the knife and began stabbing her in anger,” the worker said.

PUNCH Metro gathered that the deceased had first used the weapon to threaten the suspect so she could submit to his desire.

While the corpse of the victim was taken to the morgue, the suspect was arrested by policemen from the Ikotun division. A police source said the suspect was stabbed more than six times in her back.

He said:

“The lady was also injured. She was first hospitalised before she was arrested.”

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Kenneth Nwosu, confirmed the incident, adding that investigations were ongoing.

Afrocandy slams southerners and Christians for supporting Buhari...

Below is what the star, Afro candy posted last night...

I pity all these people Chanting 'Sai Buhari' when your name is not 'Malam Douda'. It is clear this is a Tribal Election and Housa people stood by their own. When the chips are down, that's when Buhari Unfolds what he has in his Agenda, he won't recognize your name unless it sounds like 'ABOKI'. Then I'll be at my Base (USA) , Sipping on ma Moet with a little Umbrella Sticking out of it. I hear some of them talking shit, for their info I am a U.S Citizen and I can decide not to Visit Nigeria again until the 8 years he will rule or even until the world ends. I got the Power to Bring my whole Family over here if they chose......Na dem go use their own heads Carryiam!
                                               

Monday, March 30, 2015

Presidential election results so far - APC now leading

The presidential election results for 18 states plus the FCT has so far been announced. The APC has 10 states, while PDP has 8 states plus the FCT, Abuja. It's a very tight race.

So far APC is leading with 8,520,436 votes while PDP has 6,488,210 votes.

The election result announcement has ended for today. The commission has reconvened till 10am tomorrow.

#NigeriaDecides: INEC Official 2015 Presidential Election Results for 16 States

The continuation of INECs declaration of the presidential elections has begun...

ABIA STATE(PDP)WINNER
PDP-368303
APC-133,94
CPP-1046
HOPE-125
KOWA-173
NCP-745
AA-315
PPN-424
ACPN-2194
AD-448
ADC-569
APA-2766
UDP-213
UPP-330

KANO STATE(APC WINNER)
APC-1,903,999
PDP-215,779
MCP-697
APA-2770
ADC-657
AD-708
AA-426
ACPN-778
AA-426
CPP-1552
HOPE-292
KOWA-288
UDP-234
UPP-156

ANAMBRA STATE(WINNER PDP)
PDP-660,762
APC-179,26
CPP-1279
HOPE-357
KOWA-311
NCP-887
AA-547
ACPN-1259
AD-475
ADC-534
APA-2303
PPN-537
UDP-286
UPP-1121

JIGAWA STATE(APC WINNER)
APC-885,988
PDP-142,904
PPN-853
UDP-338
UPP-197
NCP-548
KOWA-423
HOPE-337
ACPN-540
CPP-1553
AD-587
ADC-375
APA-2527

KASTINA STATE(APC WINNER)
APC-1,345,411
PDP-98,937
AA:183
AD:283
ACPN:402
ADC:498
APA:1671
CPP:976
HOPE:47
KOWA:215
NCP:330
PPN:254

KWARA(APC WINNER)
APC-302,146
PDP-132,602
AA:248
AD:520
ACPN:817
ADC:438
APA:1165
CPP:910
HOPE:118
KOWA:214
NCP:394
PPN:325
UDP:81
UPP:102

KADUNA STATE(WINNER APC)
APC-1,127,760
PDP-48,4085
PPN-549
UDP-79
UPP-78
CPP-824
HOPE-105
KOWA-176
NCP-754

FCT ABUJA(PDP Winner)
PDP:157,195
APC - 146,399

NASSARAWA STATE (PDP WINNER)
PDP:273,460
APC:236,838

OYO(APC WINNER)
APC:528,620
PDP:303,376

EKITI(PDP WINNER)
PDP-176,466
APC-120,331

OGUN (APC WINNER)
APC - 308,290
PDP - 207,950

ENUGU STATE(PDP WINNER)
PDP:553,003
APC:22,690

KOGI STATE(APC WINNER)
APC - 264,851
PDP - 149,987

OSUN STATE (APC WINNER)
APC:383,603
PDP:249,92

Ondo State(APC WINNER)
APC:299,889
PDP:251,368AA:386

#NigeriaDecides: INEC Official 2015 Presidential Election Results (Part 2)

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at the moment, releasing the official 2015 presidential results..So far they have released results from Nine states ..If you missed the first 9 states check below...

KANO STATE(APC WINNER)
APC-1,903999
PDP-215,779
MCP-697
APA-2770
ADC-657
AD-708
AA-426
ACPN-778
AA-426
CPP-1552
HOPE-292
KOWA-288
UDP-234
UPP-156


JIGAWA STATE(APC WINNER)
APC-885,988
PDP-142,904
PPN-853
UDP-338
UPP-197
NCP-548
KOWA-423
HOPE-337
ACPN-540
CPP-1553
AD-587
ADC-375

APA-2527

Presidential election result for Katsina state - APC wins

AA - 183
ACPN - 402
AD - 283
ADC - 498
APA - 1671
APC - 1,345,441
CPP - 976
HOPE - 47
KOWA - 215
NCP - 330
PDP - 98,937
PPN:254
UDP:117
UPP:72
Total valid votes - 1,449, 426
Rejected votes - 32,288

Total votes cast - 1,481,714

Presidential election result for Kwara state - APC wins

AA - 248

AD - 520 
ACPN - 817
APA -1165
ADC - 438
APA - 1,165
APC - 302,146
CPP - 910
HOPE - 118
KOWA - 214
NCP - 394
PDP - 132,602
PPN - 325
UDP - 81
UPP - 102

Total valid votes - 440,080
Rejected votes - 21321

Total votes cast - 416,401

Presidential election result for Kaduna state - APC wins

AA - 218
AD - 273
ACPN - 424
ADC - 546
APA - 1611
APC -1,127,760
CPP - 824
HOPE - 105
KOWA - 176
NCP - 754
PDP - 484,085
PPN - 549
UDP - 79
UPP - 78
Total valid votes - 1,650,201
Rejected votes -32,719

Total votes cast -1,617,482





FCT ABUJA(PDP Winner)
PDP:157,195
APC - 146,399
AA:139
AD:240
ACPN:342
ADC:288
APA:674
 CPP:347
HOPE:83
 KOWA:165
 NCP:473
 PPN:269
UDP:95
UPP:96

OYO(APC WINNER)
APC:528,620
PDP:303,376
AA:6331
AD:6282
ACPN:8979
ADC:5000
APA:4,468
CPP:6,674
HOPE:839
KOWA:1,312
NCP:1895
 PPN:2842
UDP:1069
 UPP:3665"

EKITI(PDP WINNER)
PDP-176,466
APC-120,331
CPP 330,
 HDP 94,
KOWA 108
PPN 388,
UPP 145.

OGUN (APC WINNER)
APC - 308,290
PDP - 207,950
ADC - 1364
APA - 1930
CPP - 978
HOPE - 332
KOWA - 432
NCP - 815
PPN - 4,339

ENUGU STATE(PDP WINNER)
PDP:553,003
APC:14,157
AA:433
AD:269
ACPN:479
ADC:478
APA:715
CPP:237
HOPE:110
KOWA:203
NCP:761
PPN:407
UDP:1,623
UPP:290

KOGI STATE(APC WINNER)
APC - 264,851
PDP - 149,987
AA:700
AD:427
ACPN:1089
ADC:761
APA:1001
CPP:967
HOPE:144
KOWA:190
NCP:399
PPN:476
UDP:180
UPP:156

OSUN STATE (APC WINNER)
APC:383,603
PDP:249,929
AA:377
AD:1667
ACPN:1731
ADC:937
APA:1306
CPP:1029
HOPE:132
KOWA:255
NCP:767
PPN:599
UDP:124
UPP:159

Ondo State(APC WINNER) 
APC:299,889
PDP:251,368AA:386
AD:1237
 ACPN:2406
ADC:1227
APA:1139
 CPP:1012
 HOPE:184
 KOWA:223
 NCP:846

 PPN:734
UDP:184
UPP:221"

Nasarawa state - PDP wins

AA - 40
ACPN - 95
AD - 74
ADC - 105
APA -310
APC - 236, 838
CPP - 131
HOPE - 4
KOWA - 48
NCP - 222
PDP - 273, 460 (PDP wins)
DPN - 164
UPD - 23
UPP - 33
Total votes cast - 511,547
Rejected votes - 10,094
Total votes cast - 521, 641

#NigeriaDecides: Presidential election result for Kano state - APC wins

The continuation of INECs declaration of the presidential elections has begun...

KANO STATE(APC WINNER)
APC-1,903999
PDP-215,779
MCP-697
APA-2770
ADC-657
AD-708
AA-426
ACPN-778
AA-426
CPP-1552
HOPE-292
KOWA-288
UDP-234
UPP-156

NBC Releases List of Media Houses that Breached Broadcasting Code

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on Monday released the list of broadcasting stations that contravened the provisions of the Nigeria Broadcasting code from the beginning of electioneering campaign to date.

A statement signed by the commission’s Director/Head, Public Affairs, Alhaji Awwalu Salihu, in Abuja, said the contraventions included breaches of the rules on the broadcast of sponsored campaign materials.

Other breaches were the airing of campaign materials or programmes that promoted political parties
or candidates within the 24-hour prohibited period, as well as unauthorised networking by a group of stations.

The statement said that NTA breached the sensibilities rules while AIT and NTA both breached the rules on airing sponsored materials.

According to the statement, Rima Radio, Sokoto and BSES, Ekiti defaulted on denial of access.

They further said that 15 stations nationwide breached the code for advertising and promoting a political party after campaigns had stopped 24 hours to election time.

The stations included Liberty TV, Liberty FM, Karama FM, Alheri FM, NTA, AIT, Rima Radio, STV Lagos, TVC Lagos, NTV, PRTV, Jos, NTA Makurdi, Vision FM and Nigeria Info,

Others were BECOS TV, NTA Jos, Gombe Media Corporation Radio FM, OSBC TV and Freedom TV Ilesha.

According to the statement, all the stations involved had been either queried or outrightly sanctioned, according to the provisions of the Nigerian Broadcasting code.

NAN.

Nigeria has never witnessed such free & fair elections as that under Jonathan-Reno Omokri

The Special Assistant to President Jonathan on New Media just tweeted...

Patrick Obahiagbon says the PDP Enugu election score is a 'fallaciloquence'

The PDP won in Enugu state by landslide victory 553,003 votes to APC's 14.157..
                                     

Jonathan Beats Buhari in Rivers With Over 1.4 Million Votes

According to Punch newspaper, President Goodluck Jonathan of the Peoples Democratic Party has
won last Saturday’s presidential election in Rivers State with a total vote of 1,487,075.

Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari(retd.) of the All Progressive Congress followed suit with 69,238 votes while KOWA party came a distant third with 2,274 votes.

INEC is yet to confirm this though...

 
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