Thailand vote result delayed until Friday
Still no clear result from Thailand’s general election over the weekend. Both major parties are claiming the right to form a government and now election authorities are facing calls to resign for repeatedly delaying the results and failing to account for mounting voting irregularities.
Key security concerns for Nigeria in 2019
With just over a Month to Nigeria's General election, Onyekachi Adekoya, Managing Director at PR24 Nigeria joins me to discuss some key concerns for security in Nigeria this year.
Nigeria 2019 elections: PDP decides presidential aspirant
Ahead of Nigeria’s 2019 General Elections, main opposition, the People's Democratic Party will today screen its presidential aspirants to decide its flag-bearer at the elections. Kenny Okolugbo, Former Commissioner of the Delta State Oil and member of the PDP, joins CNBC Africa from Delta State to shed some light on the screening process and possible outcome.
Sore thumbs in N242B election request
President Muhammadu Buhari recently requested for the approval of N242bn to prosecute next year’s general election. If approved by the National Assembly, the proposed amount will be the highest in history that Nigeria will spend on a general election.
Finally, Senate bows to pressure, remove controversial clauses from INEC amendment Bill
The Senate on Thursday passed the Independent National Electoral Commission Act Amendment Bill without the clause that seeks to reshuffle the order of polls in a general election.
Initial reactions to the U.K. exit polls
Simon Derrick, Bank of New York Mellon Corp. chief currency strategist, and Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore discuss their initial reactions to the exit polls in the U.K.'s general election.
UK General Election: Voters head to the polls
Polls open across the UK for the 2017 general election on Thursday, for the third time in two years.
Polls open in Lesotho's highly contested elections
Lesotho goes to the polls only two years after the previous general election.
I will make a success of Brexit - Theresa May
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on voters on Thursday to back her in the UK's general election to build a more united country.