Osun voter says election credible, free, fair, denies vote buying
Osun voter says election credible, free, fair, denies vote buying.
INEC to Osun electorates: Don't buy or sell votes
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) yesterday warned electorate against buying and selling of votes in the forthcoming Osun state governorship election billed for September 22, 2018.
PDP must win Osun State, says Saraki
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has appointed the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, to head the party’s 85-member campaign committee for the Osun State governorship election, and vowed not to allow the gubernatorial electio n scheduled for September 22, 2018, to be rigged by the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) the “way Ekiti State election was rigged.’’
Reject politicians with no affirmative action plan, Aisha Buhari tells Nigerian women
2019 Election: Reject politicians with no affirmative action plan, Aisha Buhari tells Nigerian women.
DRC rejects former warlord Bemba's presidential bid
The election commission of Democratic Republic of Congo has excluded opposition leader Jean-Pierre Bemba from the list of approved candidates for December's presidential election. Bemba had spent a decade in prison in The Hague for war crimes, had been seen as one of the frontrunners in the race to succeed incumbent Joseph Kabila.
DW talks to Elmar Brok, Head of the European Union elections observer mission to Zimbabwe
DW talks to Elmar Brok, Head of the European Union elections observer mission to Zimbabwe.
Pakistan military accused of interfering ahead of vote
Human rights campaigners in Pakistan accuse the military of interfering to favor Imran Khan over Nawaz Sharif in the upcoming election. Many journalists say they have suffered intimidation for their reporting.
Fayose makes first public appearance after PDP defeat
The outgoing Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, received a rousing welcome as he made his first public appearance since after the just concluded gubernatorial election in the state.
Thousands protest fuel hike, cost of living in Conakry
Thousands of Guineans took to the streets in Conakry on Tuesday (July 10) to protest a hike in fuel prices that has also pushed up the cost of living. The country has faced repeated strikes in the last year by mine workers as well as teachers and has seen civil unrest over local elections.