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Ondo Election: Total humiliation as Akeredolu Wins with massive margin (See Official Result)

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Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has won his reelection with 286,135 votes.

Akeredolu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in the Ondo 2020 governorship election won 15 out of the 18 local government areas of the state.

He defeated the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Eyitayo Jegede SAN who polled 193,348 and 15 other candidates including his deputy governor, Agboola Ajayi. Jegede won in three local government areas: Akure South, Akure North and Ifedore.

Agboola Ajayi, the candidate of Zenith Labour Party garnered 66,963 votes without winning any local government area.

Final results:

APC – 286,135

PDP – 193,348

ZLP – 66,963

Full Result;

1. AKOKO NORTH EAST
APC 16572
PDP 8380
ZLP 3532

2. ONDO EAST
APC 6485
PDP 4049
ZLP 3221

3. IRELE
APC 12643
PDP 5493
ZLP 5904

4. ILE-OLUJI/OKEIGBO
APC 13287
PDP 9231
ZLP 1971

5. AKOKO SOUTH EAST
APC 9419
PDP 4003
ZLP 2004

6. OSE
APC 15122
PDP 8421
ZLP 1083

7. AKOKO SOUTH WEST
APC 21232
PDP 15055
ZLP 2775

8. IFEDORE
APC 9350
PDP 11852
ZLP 1863

9. OWO
APC 35957
PDP 5311
ZLP 408

10. OKITIPUPA
APC 19266
PDP 10367
ZLP 10120

11. AKOKO NORTH WEST
APC 15809
PDP 10320
ZLP 3477

12. AKURE NORTH
APC 9546
PDP 12263
ZLP 1046

13. IDANRE
APC 11286
PDP 7499
ZLP 3623

14. ODIGBO
APC 23571
PDP 9485
ZLP 6540

15. AKURE SOUTH
APC 17277
PDP 47627
ZLP 2236

16. ONDO WEST
APC- 15977
PDP- 10627
ZLP- 10159

17. ILAJE
APC 26657
PDP 11128
ZLP 4405

18. ESEODO
APC 13383
PDP 4680
ZLP 4760

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BREAKING: Sanwo-Olu declares 24 hour curfew in Lagos

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Following the raging #ENDSARS protests and demonstrations, Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has declared a 24-hour curfew.
Sanwo-Olu announced this on his official Twitter handle on Tuesday.

He said: “As government who is alive to it’s responsibility and has shown commitment to the #EndSars movement,we will not watch and allow anarchy in our state.

“I therefore declare a 24 hour curfew in the state starting from 4pm today,nobody except emergency responders and essential service providers should be found on the streets.”

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#EndSars: Let’s Engage In Dialogue – Sanwo-Olu addresses youths 

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Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has, again, appealed to the youths demonstrating against police brutality in the State to leave the roads and embrace the dialogue for the resolution of their agitations.

The Governor, on Monday, said the State Government had shown sincerity and willingness to address all concerns raised by the protesters, given the actions taken so far, including the constitution of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry and setting up of compensation funds for the victims.

Sanwo-Olu made the appeal during the swearing-in of members of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution at the State House in Marina.

The Governor’s appeal came on the heel of violent dimension assumed by the EndSARS protests in some parts of the State.

Reiterating his solidarity with the protesters’ demands, Sanwo-Olu said the pain expressed and concerns raised were genuine and legitimate. This, he said, prompted the Federal and States’ governments to immediately acquiesce to some of the demands, while setting process in motion to implement others changes demanded.

The Governor urged the protesters to be part of the process of implementing the reforms they clamoured for in the police, stressing that continuous blocking of roads, Government and private offices would slow down the procedure of implementing their demands.

He said: “We have shown unprecedented commitment to the complete overhaul of the Nigerian Police. The inauguration of this Judicial Panel of Inquiry is only the first step in a long line of reformative actions that will lead to a thorough revamp and reorientation of the Nigeria Police. I believe that some of the actions we have taken should, to a large extent, show our sincerity and willingness to address all your concerns.

“Let me reiterate that I am on the side of the young people out there. I understand your pain and I know your concerns are genuine and legitimate. While we are able to immediately acquiesce to some of your demands, some others will require time. We ask you to bear with us as we dutifully work on your demands.

“I will, therefore, like to renew my appeal to you to suspend the protests and create an atmosphere for the resolution of all pending demands. I encourage everyone brutalised by the disbanded SARS, including the families of those who died, to present their case before this tribunal.”

Sanwo-Olu said he believed the task of reforming the police was achievable, but required the input and cooperation of the youth to accomplish task.

He commended the cohesiveness of the “resilient” young people who stood their ground in the last two weeks. Their tenacity, Sanwo-Olu said, has made the much-desired change in the policing system become inevitable.

Speaking about the judicial panel, the Governor said he was convinced that its outcome and recommendations would open a new chapter in police-citizen relationship.

He promised that the State Government would ensure that all wounds are healed, justice served to victims of abuse, and guilty police officers prosecuted.

At the time of the swearing in of the panel members, the representatives of the youth in the panel had not been nominated by the protesters.

The State Government, last Friday, reached out to the protesters to forward the name of their nominees into the judicial panel. The protesters, however, pleaded for more time to send the names of their nominees, four days after the Government’s request.

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JUST IN: ASUU Ends Strike As FG Release N50Bn To Union

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After a lot of meeting most of which were characterised by deadlock, the federal government has made an agreement with the Academic Staff Union of Universities.

The government resolved to pay university lecturers under the umbrella of ASUU the sum of N30 billion earned academic allowances, Daily Trust reports.
According to the minister of labour and employment, the money will be paid in instalments from May 2021 to January 2022.

Added to this, to put an end to the seven-month-long strike by the union, the government has agreed to release N20bn meant for the revitalisation of the education sector.
However, ASUU insisted that the funds should be paid through the Government Integrated Financial Management Information System (GIFMIS) while the University Transparency Account System (UTAS) is still in the works despite the government’s insistence on the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS).
Meanwhile, the leadership of ASUU has directed its members to reject IPPIS officials allegedly coming to various university campuses on Monday, October 19, for biometric data capturing.

 

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