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President Buhari wins the 2019 Presidential Election

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The current president of the federal Republic of Nigeria defeats his many opponents, but most especially his strong opponent former vice president Atiku.

This means that the president is gouging nowhere for the next 4 years. Congratulations to president MUHAMMADU BUHARI.

The president and his vice received their certificate of return – #obyorijiblog

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How to prevent Crisis during an election period

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The need to write this article has become crucial since what many will consider a common thing, is not as common as we think, and have over time proven to be the main source of heated crisis around the world.

Since I’m a Nigerian living in Nigeria, I will like to use our country as point of contact,  especially the happenings right this moment, which is that we are currently having. Our 2019 General Elections, for power to change hands or continue in the current hand.

This doesn’t mean that this article can’t be applied to your own country if you are not in Nigeria or Africa, because  this is an issue that is peculiar to us humans spread across the world.

The sensitivity centered around the  change of power is not something to be played with, and for this reason, these are ways to prevent altercations, crisis, and loss of lives and properties during the process .

  •    SUPPORT REALISTICALLY 

Life, love, election  is not a one way event. Alternatives are what keeps a human in balance. The realistic way of thinking/planning a thing, is to know that it can have two possible outcomes, which is ti be good or bad. Uncertainty is natural, and it happens everyday, but whatever event in life, can either go good or bad.

When supporting your candidate, know that he or she will likely win or lose. These are the two definites. While you hope for the best, expect the worse in any activity in life, and that calls for plan B. Don’t assume that the only possible outcome for your preferred candidate is victory. You can’t play God.

Being realistic in this case, is to do your possible, legal, and morallyou acceptable act to ensure your candidate wins. But when they don’t, then please, realise that he just didn’t win. Failure doesn’t have to be pinned to anyone . It is not an abnormali, until you have your evidence to prove otherwise. And in that case,you head to court.

Candidates win and lose, so please realistically come to terms with that. Because when you are too sure that your candidate must win and he/she doesn’t, that is when you feel the need to protest, fight and destroy things out of anger to feel better.

  •  ARGUE WITH EVIDENCE

it is very normal to argue at every event, always normal to have your preferred  candidate during an election. Unless you feel some what guilty for not supporting a person for reasons ranging from relationship, gifts of any kind received, and so on, you should know that it is your fundamental human rights to chose a preferred candidate without fear or favour. You do not owe it to anyone to chose your candidate only to please them.

But one thing is certain, if you have the reason to explain why you didn’t go for a certain candidate, please be sure of what you are saying by making all inquiry, or perhaps carry out your very own research.

When you are criticising a candidate, and you happen to have the wrong information about them, or probably was misinformed, then you are likely to anger a person who is listening, and is in support of that candidate you are criticising.

This just might  give birth to unpleasnat corrections, calling you out on your falsehood, and escalating reactions. Please be sure of your points before making them in public.

  • CHOOSE YOUR WORDS WISELY

There are different ways to argue, but the best way to argue is to choose your words wisely. Do not let your mouth produce every single thing your mind processes.

For every insulting word that your head tells you to use, probably to fit the words that your opponent is using at the time, or to satisfy your cravings to hurt someone and have them feel the exact way you feel at that point, always change the word into a subtle, less aggravating, less provocative, and less insulting  alternative word before it gets to your mouth and you the ears of your listeners.

Insult during an argument shows lack of intelligence, maturity, and control. Smart people have the right word or sound to express their emotions and thoughts at any point in time. This is why you have to choose your words carefully at such a time since they hold so much power.

  •  CONTROL YOUR EMOTION

When the issue of controlling your emotions comes up, don’t always think it refers to the negative aspect.

When you are overly excited during a point of the election that is negative to others,  especially after anext election victory,  that will then be perceived the wrong way by others. When ever there is a victory, be smart enough to know that there is failure to someone at that point.

While you are the winner or part of the winners  group during an election, do good to minimise the dramatic celebration that will worsen the hard times the losers will experience. Don’t go poking them and laughing in their face, don’t go rubbing it in even more than usual.

Control your emotions when the losers are sore. The tendency to negatively  react to a dramatic victory is so high.

  • RESPECT THE EMOTIONS OF OTHERS

When in the middle of a heated arguement during an electoral period, don’t be insensitive and let out all of your opinions without letting the other person speak, or not watching when they begin to negatively react to your argument. Don’t push to continue when you know that it is incredibly dangerous to, and don’t be carried away by your love for talking and listening to your own self. If you are smart enough to spot when to stop talking, then you saving yourself from some unforseen danger.

  • AVOID INSULTS AND THREATS AT ALL COST

ELECTION period is not the time for you to try out the most recent insults and threat you have just learnt. It is not the time to open your mouth and let anything and everything pour out from it.

If you are hurt by the result of the elections, learn to sooth yourself with out worsening the sensitivity of the times. Don’t go trying to make everyone feel as hurt as you do, because most people don’t react to things the same way others do.

If you insult a short tempered person and they react in a manner you never thought they would, then you are bound to bear the consequences.

Before speaking carelessly during an election, know that people will process information any way they please. They will come at you hard depending on the result their brain had to your speech. It is dangerous and incredibly unadvisable to do this at such a sensitive time of a Country’s existence.

  • IT IS NOT EXACTLY TIME TO JOKE

While you might feel the need to joke with sensitive topics just to ease off the tension and awkwardness and anger, don’t. Don’t try to joke with something people hold dearly, don’t try to turn Serious matters into comedy that only you and those you share a candidate with will enjoy.

Joke when it is most appropriate, which is All after the tension is down.

  • CANDIDATES HOLD THE TWO EDGED SWORD

This one is for candidate during an election. The reaction you give to the outcome of the election will go so far to determine the extent of crisis or peace that will exist or diverted afterwards.

The candidate is said to hold the two edged sword, because how they react to anything should be given more thought, knowing that they have a lot of people who are watching and waiting for a simple ‘go ahead’ nod to begin a destructive act . And for this reason, they Need to be extra sensitive to the ripple effect of any decision taken.

  • CHOOSE YOUR CROWD WISELY

At a time like this, everyone is supposed to be wise in choosing their crowd. Don’t go hanging out with the wrong crowd due to boredom or peer pressure. If you have no good crowd to hang with in life, then go on your own. Believe it or not, there is a good and bad crowd.

This is the time you just might want to hang with the good one. Let peace reign. The default experienced at an election is not the end of the world. Life is much bigger than that. Don’t go killing or dying for an election result.

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Election crisis: More disturbing more video brew from Rivers .

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INEC, on Saturday, said that it would reschedule elections in some parts of Rivers, Anambra and Lagos States over cases violence and ballot box snatching.

This is coming as even more alarming videos of violence are emerging from Bonny LGA of Rivers State.

The commission which specifically mentioned the National Assembly elections in Rivers State, also acknowledged the challenges of smart card readers, saying they have been resolved.

INEC Commissioner and chairman of its Information and Voter Education Committee, Festus Okoye, said, “We received reports of violence and ballot box snatching which took place in Akokotoro and Bonny LGAs in Rivers State; and some parts of Lagos and Anambra states. .

We are waiting for the reports, we have told the Resident Electoral Commissioners in the states to submit reports. So long as the poll didn’t commence, it is assumed that there was no voting.

So, elections in these areas, especially in areas related to the House of Representatives and Senate didn’t take place and the date for the election will be decided later after we receive reports from INEC officials on ground.” – #obyorijiblog

Via: instablog

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Yakubu Gowon, Ambode, Dino Melaye and others cast their votes

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Reposted from @dinomelaye – And Dino votes – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

Reposted from @akinwunmiambode – I just got accredited and cast my vote at Ogunmodede Junior/Senior College, Epe. I urge Lagosians and Nigerians to exercise their civic duties in a peaceful manner and cooperate with the officials to ensure a free, fair and credible election. #NigeriaDecides – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

Reposted from @k8henshaw – Observer duties with a historical figure, Fmr Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon.
People are out in their numbers to carry out their civic responsibility.
#SITUATIONROOMNG
#NigeriaDecides2019 – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

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Loyalty Check: funny moment President Buhari glances at wife’s vote to know who she voted for.

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Reposted from @instablog9ja – Pres #Buhari and Wife cast their votes in #Daura, Katsina State – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

Reposted from @ceolumineeofficial – Guess right what BABA want to figured out ? I av to surprise some1 with my little #50k TODAY… President MUHAMMADU BUHARI IS A COMEDIAN 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂😂 VOTE RIGHT👇
Trust people you love… But cross Check their loyalty every now and then…… ….
#votevotevote
#ariseocompatriots🎵🎶🎵 #nigerialcallobey🎤🎷🎶🎵
#nigerianismyfatherland
#nigerianismycontry – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

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Rep Abdulmumin Jibrin Arrested After APC, PDP Clash In Kano.

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A member of the House of Representatives from Kano State, Abdulmumin Jibrin, of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been arrested by the police in Kano over his alleged involvement in Thursday’s violence which resulted in the death of at least two people in Kofa town in Kiru/Bebeji Federal Constituency of Kano State.

Public Relations Officer of the Kano Police Command, Abdullahi Haruna, confirmed the arrest.

The arrest follows the visit of the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 1, Dan Bature, to Kofa, where the violence occurred between APC supporters and those of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). For more visit www.channelstv.com – #obyorijiblog

 

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Underage Persons Trying To Get Accredited Will Be Arrested – INEC.

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has warned underage voters to stay away from the general elections, warning that anyone less than 18 years who is caught being accredited will be arrested.

INEC Chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, stated this on Friday while briefing stakeholders in Abuja, the nation’s capital about the Commission’s preparedness for tomorrow’s exercise.

Under-aged voting is illegality because there is a statutory age for eligibility for registration as a voter. But what you should do is that if on election day, you find anyone that is apparently under-aged, or conclusively so, kindly report this to any official of the Commission or the security agencies, he stated.

For more visit www.channelstv.com – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

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Former Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Confident INEC Is Ready For Elections.

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Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Confident INEC Is Ready For Elections.

The Head of ECOWAS Observer Mission for the 2019 elections, former Liberian president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, has expressed confidence in the ability of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and security agencies to conduct hitch- free elections tomorrow.

Mrs Johnson-Sirleaf who addressed journalists in Abuja, acknowledged the difficulty in organizing an election of such magnitude but expressed confidence in the ability of the electoral umpire to do a good job.

The process has not been easy, but nothing worth fighting for is. The people of Africa stand in solidarity with you, she said.

For more visit www.channelstv.com – #obyorijiblog

 

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INEC gives summary of the impressive interest Nigerians have in the 2018 election

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The impressive consciousness and absolute show of interest that the people of Nigeria have for this election, is making it even significant that the awareness went as far as it was intended for.

INEC has released a summary of the very impressive  interest Nigerians have shown in this election, to decide which their next leader would be.

Despite having the highest uncollected pvc, Lagos still has the highest number of collected pvc compared to the whole nation.

Out of curiosity, locate you city and find out how much interest they have shown, and their enthusiasm to vote as well.

PVC collection is not as low as 60% in any state, but runs to over 90% in up north, where election is super important to them.

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FG declares Friday public holiday for all workers, except bankers

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The federal government of Nigeria has declared Friday, February 22, 2019, as a public holiday, in preparation for the February 23 presidential and parliamentary elections.

The ministry of interior via a statement on Wednesday,  however, excluded bankers and those offering essential services across the nation.

“Federal Government declares Friday 22, February 2019 as work-free day. Those providing essential duties and bankers are excluded,”

“The work-free day is to enable citizens return to their poling units for the reschedule Presidential & National Assembly elections.

“Security agencies have been directed to ensure safety of lives & property before, during & after the general election.”

Via: Thecable

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This will definitely be a touchy subject for the bankers. Imagine everyone resting at home side the bankers are up and ready you move to work. They will definitely curss out who every thought it wise to exclude them from this holiday. So sorry bankers, I feel your pain.

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Why Atiku cancelled his visit to Ogun – Kashamu

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The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ogun State, Buruji Kashamu, has said the presidential candidate of the party, Atiku Abubakar, cancelled his visit to the state, in order to avoid causing chaos.

Kashamu, who spoke to our correspondent on Thursday, said despite the controversy that surrounded his emergence as the candidate of the party, he would win the election.

Kashamu told our correspondent that he believed there would be chaos if Atiku had visited.

He said, “He (Atiku) decided not to visit Ogun State because he wanted to avoid having any problem.

You know the other guy, Ladi Adebutu, is still parading himself as the governorship candidate.

We all believe his (Atiku’s) coming can cause chaos. We had written to the police and the DSS to intervene so that there would be no problems.

So, the fact that Atiku is a man of rule of law and the national executive has not been following the rule of law, that is why he declined to come to Ogun State.

“I believe the Almighty God is the most powerful and He has the result (of the elections) in his hands. I also believe He is the God of justice. It is not today that we have been on this journey. I love my people in Ogun State and they love me. I believe with much efforts and the support of the people, we will win the elections.”

Kashamu, while expressing confidence in the ability of the Independent National Electoral Commission, said he believed the elections would be free and fair.

He said INEC should be trusted to deliver credible polls having enforced court decisions which were against the ruling All Progressives Congress.

“If, I win this election, I will know what to do to those who had been opposing me. But they had been meeting with me because they know there is nothing they can do. I am sure we will all reconcile at the end of the day,” he added. – #obyoriji

Via: punchnews

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Horror: School for special kids in Abuja has been exposed for Sodomising, Cannibalism and ritual killings of its young students

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Reposted from @oaktvonline – Unbelievable: Deaf Pupil Exposes Abuja School Were People Are Slaughtered, Roasted And Eaten Up

The shocking story has been told about the Nigerian school where people are slaughtered before being roasted and eaten. .
Nothing prepared the audience, in the studio and at home, for the bombshell on the February 4 edition of Brekete Family Talk Show on Human Rights Radio/Television.

Many could not hold back their tears after hearing the heart-rending story of Imran, a six-year-old deaf boy.

His mother, Dr Hannatu Ayuba Usman, an oncologist with the National Hospital, Abuja, and his grandmother, Hajia Salamatu Abubakar Maina, narrated the boy’s ordeal at the School for the Deaf, Kuje, Abuja, where he spent one term after he transferred from another school in Kaduna. .

The story came to light four days after Imran returned home from school for holiday and reportedly informed his grandmother he would not want to return to the school.

In sign language, he narrated a shocking story: how he and other children in the hostel were sodomised; how he was forced to watch other children slaughtered and how the corpses were roasted and the flesh forcefully shoved down the victims’ throats.

The traumatized youngster is presently in a bad shape, in need of surgery in his anus (as he could no longer control faeces) and an MRI scan because of the beating to his head. .

A lengthy text from his mother to Saturday Sun on February 12 reads: “This evening the FCT Police command CID confirmed that my son was sexually assaulted, after all the propaganda that it’s a false allegation against the Abuja School for the Deaf, Kuje. It has been a rough path for the family.

We appreciate all your concerns, prayers and support. It’s our prayer that people living with disabilities will live and achieve their best in all facets of the Nigerian society without any form of abuse or discrimination.” Contd below…

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Election Postponement: I’m deeply disappointed – President Muhammadu Buhari

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Postponed Elections: I am deeply disappointed – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari who is also the All Progessives Congress candidate for the presidential election has expressed disappointment over the postponement of the general elections.

A statement by the president read:

“I am deeply disappointed that despite the long notice given and our preparations both locally and internationally,

the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) postponed the Presidential and National Assembly elections within hours of its commencement.

“Many #Nigerians have traveled to various locations to exercise their right to #vote , and international observers are gathered.

“INEC themselves have given assurances, day after day and almost hour after hour that they are in complete readiness for the elections.

We and all our citizens believed them. “This administration has ensured that we do not interfere in any way with the work of #INEC except to ensure that all funds were released to the commission.

“We now urge INEC to ensure not only that materials already distributed are safe and do not get into wrong hands,

but that everything is done to avoid the lapses that resulted in this unfortunate postponement, and ensure a free and fair election on the rescheduled dates.

“While I reaffirm my strong commitment to the independence, neutrality of the electoral umpire and the sanctity of the electoral process and ballot,

I urge all political stakeholders and Nigerians to continue to rally round INEC at this trying national moment in our democratic journey.

“I, therefore, appeal to all Nigerians to refrain from all civil disorder and remain peaceful, patriotic and united to ensure that no force or conspiracy derail our democratic development.

“I have decided to move back to Abuja to ensure that the 14.00 hrs meeting called by INEC with all stakeholders is successful.

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Breaking: INEC reschedules presidential, National Assembly elections

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The Independent National Electoral Commission has announced the postponement of the Presidential and National Assembly elections earlier scheduled for today (Saturday) by one week.

The chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, who read a five-paragraph statement by 2:50 am on Saturday morning attributed the decision to logistic reasons, but refused to entertain any question.

He said, “The Independent National Electoral Commission met on Friday, February 15, 2019, and reviewed its preparations for the 2019 General Elections scheduled for Saturday, February 16 2019 and Saturday, March 2 2019.

“Following a careful review of the implementation of its logistics and operational plan and the determination to conduct free, fair and credible elections, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding with the elections as scheduled is no longer feasible.

“Consequently, the commission has decided to reschedule the Presidential and National Assembly Elections to Saturday, February 23 2019.

Furthermore, the Governorship, State House of Assembly and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Area Council Elections is rescheduled to Saturday, March 9 2019.

This will afford the commission the opportunity to address identified challenges in order to maintain the quality of our elections.

“This was a difficult decision for the commission to take, but necessary for the successful delivery of the elections and the consolidation of our democracy.

“The commission will meet key stakeholders to update them on this development at 2pm on Saturday 16 (today) February 2019 at the Abuja International Conference Centre.”

Via: Punchnews

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Still desperate for his wall, Donald Trump declares a national emergency  

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Still desperate for his wall, Donald Trump declares a national emergency  with every confidence he possesses.

They better give him his wall.

@theshaderoom – #PressPlay: #DonaldTrump declares a national emergency to get funding for his wall!! 👀 (📹: @abcnews)#obyoriji

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INEC DOESN’T COUNT PRAYER POINTS BUT VOTES – APOSTLE SULEMAN .

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It has been re-echoed that Christians in Nigeria should go out to vote in this forthcoming general election irrespective of their religious beliefs,

This statement was made by the president and founder of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman in his office during the courtesy visit paid to him by #TheChurchMustVote group.

#TheChurchMustVote is a non-political or governmental organisation, whose aim is to go round all the churches in Nigeria to sensitize Christians to participate in the generation election stated to hold on the 16th of February, 2019. .

The Apostle in his statement appeal to Christians that Nigerians deserve a better Nigeria and that the only way to get the “better Nigeria” we wish for,

is to go out on Election Day to cast our votes instead of staying at home praying for a better Nigeria. He again said, INEC don’t count prayer points but count votes.

The fearless preacher said ,only your votes can inject fresh, God fearing and trusted leaders who can turn our fortune around and make the country a better place.
Let’s go out to vote!

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