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Sowore vs FG: Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu, Justice Rosemary Dugbo transferred to Calabar

Sowore vs FG: Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu, Justice Rosemary Dugbo transferred to Calabar

Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu and Justice Rosemary Dugbo have been assigned Courts 1 and 2 respectively in the Calabar division of the Federal High Court, Cross river watch reported.


The details of what will happen and who will be assigned to handle the porported case between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the AAC Chairman Omoyele Sowore over RevolutionNow protest of August 5th 2019 which justice Ojukwu has been in charge in Abuja is yet to be made available to the public.

According to the report, the two Justices are to respectively replace Justice Sule Shuaibu and Justice Simon Amobeda who have been reassigned to the Benin and Maiduguri divisions of the Court respectively.

They are to resume sitting in Calabar on April 12, 2021, a document signed by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice John Tsoho and dated March 16, 2021 read.

Here is what we know about the Judges:

Justice Ojukwu
 JUSTICE IJEOMA OJUKWU


Born on December 14, 1966 in Kaduna State, Justice Ojukwu popular for her handling of the case of Omoyele Sowore, a Nigerian Journalist and Convener of #RevolutionNow and his co-defendant, Olawale Bakare, presided over Court 5 in the Abuja division of the Court.

She hails from Isikwuaito in Abia State. She was called to the bar in 1990 and holds a Masters at Law (LLM) degree.

Her journey on the Bench began with her appointment as a Senior Magistrate Grade II in the A State Judiciary in June 1996 where she served through the ranks till in January 2006 when she was appointed Chief Magistrate Grade I.

Months later in November 2006, she was appointed the Deputy Chief Registrar,in charge of Magistrate/Special Duties at the High Court of Justice, Umuahia where she served until she was sworn in as a Judge of the Federal High Court on June 22, 2009.

She will sit as the administrative Judge in the Calabar division, replacing Justice Sule Shuaibu.

Justice Dugbo

JUSTICE ROSEMARY DUGBO


Born on new year’s day in Bom, Justice Dugbo is a native of Udu in Delta State and until her posting to the Calabar division, served at the Enugu division.

Called to the bar in 1986, she has two Master degrees. Business Law MA obtained in 1989 and a Masters in Commercial Law (LL.M) obtained in 2009.

She was in private practice with different forms until 2001 when she was employed as Deputy Chief Registrar of the Federal High Court. She was later elevated to the rank of Chief Registrar in 2012 and served in that capacity until she was sworn in as a Judge December 2, 2015.

She replaces Justice Amobeda who is famous for a leaked audio tape wherein he made assertions that were interpreted by many as a direct threat on the life of Agba Jalingo, a Nigerian Journalist facing trial for alleged acts of treason and terrorism, as well as ordering that the prosecution in the case, mask all of it’s witnesses.

Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu and Justice Rosemary Dugbo have been assigned Courts 1 and 2 respectively in the Calabar division of the Federal High Court, Cross river watch reported.


The details of what will happen and who will be assigned to handle the porported case between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the AAC Chairman Omoyele Sowore over RevolutionNow protest of August 5th 2019 which justice Ojukwu has been in charge in Abuja is yet to be made available to the public.

According to the report, the two Justices are to respectively replace Justice Sule Shuaibu and Justice Simon Amobeda who have been reassigned to the Benin and Maiduguri divisions of the Court respectively.

They are to resume sitting in Calabar on April 12, 2021, a document signed by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice John Tsoho and dated March 16, 2021 read.

Here is what we know about the Judges:

Justice Ojukwu
 JUSTICE IJEOMA OJUKWU


Born on December 14, 1966 in Kaduna State, Justice Ojukwu popular for her handling of the case of Omoyele Sowore, a Nigerian Journalist and Convener of #RevolutionNow and his co-defendant, Olawale Bakare, presided over Court 5 in the Abuja division of the Court.

She hails from Isikwuaito in Abia State. She was called to the bar in 1990 and holds a Masters at Law (LLM) degree.

Her journey on the Bench began with her appointment as a Senior Magistrate Grade II in the A State Judiciary in June 1996 where she served through the ranks till in January 2006 when she was appointed Chief Magistrate Grade I.

Months later in November 2006, she was appointed the Deputy Chief Registrar,in charge of Magistrate/Special Duties at the High Court of Justice, Umuahia where she served until she was sworn in as a Judge of the Federal High Court on June 22, 2009.

She will sit as the administrative Judge in the Calabar division, replacing Justice Sule Shuaibu.

Justice Dugbo

JUSTICE ROSEMARY DUGBO


Born on new year’s day in Bom, Justice Dugbo is a native of Udu in Delta State and until her posting to the Calabar division, served at the Enugu division.

Called to the bar in 1986, she has two Master degrees. Business Law MA obtained in 1989 and a Masters in Commercial Law (LL.M) obtained in 2009.

She was in private practice with different forms until 2001 when she was employed as Deputy Chief Registrar of the Federal High Court. She was later elevated to the rank of Chief Registrar in 2012 and served in that capacity until she was sworn in as a Judge December 2, 2015.

She replaces Justice Amobeda who is famous for a leaked audio tape wherein he made assertions that were interpreted by many as a direct threat on the life of Agba Jalingo, a Nigerian Journalist facing trial for alleged acts of treason and terrorism, as well as ordering that the prosecution in the case, mask all of it’s witnesses.

#OCCUPYINEC: @YELESOWOERE SENDS OUT LETTER OF APPRECIATION TO AAC MEMBERS

#OCCUPYINEC: @YELESOWOERE SENDS OUT LETTER OF APPRECIATION TO AAC MEMBERS

The National Chairman of the African Action Congress in Nigeria, Comrade Omoyele Sowore has personally commended the party faithfuls who troop out in their numbers on Monday 15th March 2021 and demanded that the National Electoral body halted it's neverious activity of aiding the hijack if the Revolutionary party by the agents if the ruling party in the country.

 

Sowore in a letter personally signed by him, appreciated national party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also  comitted party faithfuls all the world over. 


The Protestes tagged "OCCUPYINEC" saw AAC members paying protest visitations to the INEC offices in Abuja, Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and many other States of thw federation.


The publisher of Sahara Reporters said : "Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable."


The letter read:


*LETTER OF APPRECIATION*

Comradely greetings to you all.

On behalf of the AAC family world wide, I write you state Chairmen, National party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also our ever comitted party faithfuls world over. Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable.


You demostrated your resolve in ensuring that your party would not be stolen by every bit of contributions in yesterday's "OccupyINEC" protest nationwide despite the heavy security presence to scare and intimidate you. Particularly in Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Abuja, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and several online activities across the worldwide web.


The message you sent was clear and has caused panic in the camps of usurpers.


We shall continue to engage until they all hands off our party which was built on the bedrock of Transparency, Social Justice and Accountability. 


Thank you all once more as we continue to strive in various ways to making Nigeria a country for all.


Yours in Service,


*Omoyele Sowore* 

_National Chairman,_ 

_African Action Congress_

The National Chairman of the African Action Congress in Nigeria, Comrade Omoyele Sowore has personally commended the party faithfuls who troop out in their numbers on Monday 15th March 2021 and demanded that the National Electoral body halted it's neverious activity of aiding the hijack if the Revolutionary party by the agents if the ruling party in the country.

 

Sowore in a letter personally signed by him, appreciated national party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also  comitted party faithfuls all the world over. 


The Protestes tagged "OCCUPYINEC" saw AAC members paying protest visitations to the INEC offices in Abuja, Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and many other States of thw federation.


The publisher of Sahara Reporters said : "Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable."


The letter read:


*LETTER OF APPRECIATION*

Comradely greetings to you all.

On behalf of the AAC family world wide, I write you state Chairmen, National party leaders, and grass root movement leaders home and abroad and also our ever comitted party faithfuls world over. Your steadfast and undying commitment to making Nigeria a better country and ensuring the AAC party we all made sacrifices to build is not stolen from us by individuals and agents of the Nigerian state who are opportunists with their colaborators is most commendable.


You demostrated your resolve in ensuring that your party would not be stolen by every bit of contributions in yesterday's "OccupyINEC" protest nationwide despite the heavy security presence to scare and intimidate you. Particularly in Lagos, Yola, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta, Kano, Asaba, Benin City, Abuja, Ibadan, Minna, Makurdi, Uyo, Ado Ekiti, Lokoja, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and several online activities across the worldwide web.


The message you sent was clear and has caused panic in the camps of usurpers.


We shall continue to engage until they all hands off our party which was built on the bedrock of Transparency, Social Justice and Accountability. 


Thank you all once more as we continue to strive in various ways to making Nigeria a country for all.


Yours in Service,


*Omoyele Sowore* 

_National Chairman,_ 

_African Action Congress_

How Nigeria's Electoral body INEC, it's Lawyer Emeka Ozoani Forged Documents To Push Out Omoyele Sowore As @AACparty Chairman

How Nigeria's Electoral body INEC, it's Lawyer Emeka Ozoani Forged Documents To Push Out Omoyele Sowore As @AACparty Chairman

Sowore

The Nigeria's Electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) and one of its lawyers, Emeka Ozoani forged different court documents to get a judgement against African Action Congress (AAC) presidential candidate in the 2019 election, Omoyele Sowore, SaharaReporters reported on Monday.

Omoyele Sowore had said ahead of the #OCCUPYINEC which was organised on Monday by the party members and leaders nationwide that the Electoral umpire has been completely compromised. It was and still working as an appendage of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party depending on the highest bidder.


A Federal High Court sitting in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja had in 2019 removed Sowore as the National Chairman of the AAC. The high court judge, Inyang Ekwo also validated the removal of Malcolm Fabiyi as the Deputy National Chairman of the party.



According to the report by SaharaReporters, lawyy Ozoani known in some quarters for doing dirty jobs for INEC, packaged a fake litigant to obtain the judgement for one Hon Bago. “He forged documents used to get a fraudulent judgment from Justice Ekwo against Omoyele Sowore of the AAC.


"The same Ozoani was rewarded with SAN (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) while he was litigating to take away AAC from Sowore. INEC has now become a ridiculous umpire in the conduct of elections. INEC chairman, commissioners have all become tools in the hands of Buhari and his party, All Progressives Congress,” an INEC staff member familiar with the case told SaharaReporters.


The report also revealed that Ozoani is currently enmeshed in another scandal after being exposed by some deregistered political parties for using fake court records in pursuing an appeal for INEC at the Supreme Court.



According to another Online news portal PREMIUM TIMES, the fake court records surfaced in the appeal filed by INEC at the Supreme Court to challenge the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal in Abuja, ordering the relisting of 23 political parties earlier deregistered by the electoral body.


The rules require an intending appellant to file a notice of appeal and compile the records of the lower court and have them transmitted to the higher court within three months of the delivery of the judgment to be challenged.


INEC had filed a notice of appeal against the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal, but the records it claimed to have compiled and transmitted to the Supreme Court to set the stage for the hearing of its case by the apex court, have been exposed by the respondents to be fraudulent.


From the court documents seen by the newspaper, INEC, which admitted that an impostor truly signed its transmitted records, is now scrambling to be granted an extension of time to compile and transmit fresh records from the Court of Appeal to the apex court.


Not pleased with the Appeal Court’s ruling, the electoral body filed a notice of appeal in the Supreme Court, challenging the verdict.


But curious about the records transmitted by INEC in pursuing the appeal, the law firm of the legal icon, Afe Babalola, which is defending one of the respondents, the Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD), had written to the Court of Appeal authorities on December 10, 2020, alleging that an impostor of the court official signed the records purportedly transmitted by the electoral body.


The Court of Appeal, in a letter dated December 21, 2020, confirmed that Hassan Binta, who signed the record of appeal transmitted by INEC, was not known to the court.


“The record of appeal and the supplementary record of appeal were not compiled and transmitted by the registry of this court.


“The Registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who is said to have signed the record of Appeal and the Supplementary record is not a staff (member) of this court,” the Head, Litigation Department of the Court of Appeal, Sehriffat Adebayo, stated in the December 21, 2020 reply to the letter by Mr Babalola’s law firm.


Following the Court of Appeal’s confirmation, the law firm, through one of its lawyers, Funmilayo Longe, sent a letter dated January 14, 2021, to the Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, expressing shock about the development and demanding an investigation.


A copy of the letter entitled ‘Request For Clarification On The Transmission of Records of Appeal’.


It reads, in part, “To our chagrin, the Court of Appeal vide their letter December 21, 2020 informed us that even though the notice of appeal was filed in the registry of the Court of Appeal, the record of appeal was not compiled and transmitted by the lower court’s registry and the registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who signed the records of appeal is not a staff (member) of the Court of Appeal. (A copy of the aforementioned letter written by the Court of Appeal is herewith attached).


“In the light of the above facts, we hereby request that investigation be carried out regarding the transmission of records in this appeal.”


INEC has however admitted that a court official’s impostor signed its record of appeal but failed to offer any explanation about how it happened.


The electoral body is now scrambling to be allowed to compile a fresh record of appeal.


It filed an application before the Supreme Court on January 25, 2021, seeking leave and an extension of time to compile and transmit the fresh records.


The commission, in an affidavit filed in support of the application, stated that it sought to compile and transmit fresh record after it was only informed of the fraud in the previous records by Babalola’s law firm.



Sources: Sahara Reporters & Premium Times

Sowore

The Nigeria's Electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) and one of its lawyers, Emeka Ozoani forged different court documents to get a judgement against African Action Congress (AAC) presidential candidate in the 2019 election, Omoyele Sowore, SaharaReporters reported on Monday.

Omoyele Sowore had said ahead of the #OCCUPYINEC which was organised on Monday by the party members and leaders nationwide that the Electoral umpire has been completely compromised. It was and still working as an appendage of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party depending on the highest bidder.


A Federal High Court sitting in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja had in 2019 removed Sowore as the National Chairman of the AAC. The high court judge, Inyang Ekwo also validated the removal of Malcolm Fabiyi as the Deputy National Chairman of the party.



According to the report by SaharaReporters, lawyy Ozoani known in some quarters for doing dirty jobs for INEC, packaged a fake litigant to obtain the judgement for one Hon Bago. “He forged documents used to get a fraudulent judgment from Justice Ekwo against Omoyele Sowore of the AAC.


"The same Ozoani was rewarded with SAN (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) while he was litigating to take away AAC from Sowore. INEC has now become a ridiculous umpire in the conduct of elections. INEC chairman, commissioners have all become tools in the hands of Buhari and his party, All Progressives Congress,” an INEC staff member familiar with the case told SaharaReporters.


The report also revealed that Ozoani is currently enmeshed in another scandal after being exposed by some deregistered political parties for using fake court records in pursuing an appeal for INEC at the Supreme Court.



According to another Online news portal PREMIUM TIMES, the fake court records surfaced in the appeal filed by INEC at the Supreme Court to challenge the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal in Abuja, ordering the relisting of 23 political parties earlier deregistered by the electoral body.


The rules require an intending appellant to file a notice of appeal and compile the records of the lower court and have them transmitted to the higher court within three months of the delivery of the judgment to be challenged.


INEC had filed a notice of appeal against the August 10, 2020 judgment of the Court of Appeal, but the records it claimed to have compiled and transmitted to the Supreme Court to set the stage for the hearing of its case by the apex court, have been exposed by the respondents to be fraudulent.


From the court documents seen by the newspaper, INEC, which admitted that an impostor truly signed its transmitted records, is now scrambling to be granted an extension of time to compile and transmit fresh records from the Court of Appeal to the apex court.


Not pleased with the Appeal Court’s ruling, the electoral body filed a notice of appeal in the Supreme Court, challenging the verdict.


But curious about the records transmitted by INEC in pursuing the appeal, the law firm of the legal icon, Afe Babalola, which is defending one of the respondents, the Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD), had written to the Court of Appeal authorities on December 10, 2020, alleging that an impostor of the court official signed the records purportedly transmitted by the electoral body.


The Court of Appeal, in a letter dated December 21, 2020, confirmed that Hassan Binta, who signed the record of appeal transmitted by INEC, was not known to the court.


“The record of appeal and the supplementary record of appeal were not compiled and transmitted by the registry of this court.


“The Registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who is said to have signed the record of Appeal and the Supplementary record is not a staff (member) of this court,” the Head, Litigation Department of the Court of Appeal, Sehriffat Adebayo, stated in the December 21, 2020 reply to the letter by Mr Babalola’s law firm.


Following the Court of Appeal’s confirmation, the law firm, through one of its lawyers, Funmilayo Longe, sent a letter dated January 14, 2021, to the Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, expressing shock about the development and demanding an investigation.


A copy of the letter entitled ‘Request For Clarification On The Transmission of Records of Appeal’.


It reads, in part, “To our chagrin, the Court of Appeal vide their letter December 21, 2020 informed us that even though the notice of appeal was filed in the registry of the Court of Appeal, the record of appeal was not compiled and transmitted by the lower court’s registry and the registrar in the person of Hassan Binta, who signed the records of appeal is not a staff (member) of the Court of Appeal. (A copy of the aforementioned letter written by the Court of Appeal is herewith attached).


“In the light of the above facts, we hereby request that investigation be carried out regarding the transmission of records in this appeal.”


INEC has however admitted that a court official’s impostor signed its record of appeal but failed to offer any explanation about how it happened.


The electoral body is now scrambling to be allowed to compile a fresh record of appeal.


It filed an application before the Supreme Court on January 25, 2021, seeking leave and an extension of time to compile and transmit the fresh records.


The commission, in an affidavit filed in support of the application, stated that it sought to compile and transmit fresh record after it was only informed of the fraud in the previous records by Babalola’s law firm.



Sources: Sahara Reporters & Premium Times

PHOTOS: AAC #OCCUPYINEC NATIONWIDE, SAYS @YELESOWORE REMAIN THE NATIONAL CHAIR

PHOTOS: AAC #OCCUPYINEC NATIONWIDE, SAYS @YELESOWORE REMAIN THE NATIONAL CHAIR


The Africa Action Congress on Monday occupied the Offices of the Nigeria's  Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) both in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and their offices in the 36 states if the federation over what the party tagged as the Commission's sabotage roles in hijacking the part for an impostor called Leonard Ezenwa who has been working for both the Ruling APC and opposition PDP depending on the highest bidder.


INEC has been playing collaborative roles in removing the chairmen at the state levels of the part for the sponsored impostor who has factionalized the party immediately after the 2019 general election where the incumbent president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari was declared returned.


The #OCCUPYINEC protests have been reported to be visible in Abuja where the headquarters of the commission is located and many other states including Lagos, Oyo and  Osun, Kano, Benue, Edo, Delta among others.


The party under the leadership of Omoyele Sowore said the INEC is currently and completely compromised and can not conduct any free fair and credible elections.


The party delivered letters in all the INEC offices visited including Media houses as well As the human rights Offices.


AAC  members and Executives in FCT and 36 states reaffirmed @YeleSowore as the only recognized National Chairman of AAC while warning INEC against pertisanship and imposition of one Leonard Nzenwa on the party.


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The Africa Action Congress on Monday occupied the Offices of the Nigeria's  Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) both in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and their offices in the 36 states if the federation over what the party tagged as the Commission's sabotage roles in hijacking the part for an impostor called Leonard Ezenwa who has been working for both the Ruling APC and opposition PDP depending on the highest bidder.


INEC has been playing collaborative roles in removing the chairmen at the state levels of the part for the sponsored impostor who has factionalized the party immediately after the 2019 general election where the incumbent president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari was declared returned.


The #OCCUPYINEC protests have been reported to be visible in Abuja where the headquarters of the commission is located and many other states including Lagos, Oyo and  Osun, Kano, Benue, Edo, Delta among others.


The party under the leadership of Omoyele Sowore said the INEC is currently and completely compromised and can not conduct any free fair and credible elections.


The party delivered letters in all the INEC offices visited including Media houses as well As the human rights Offices.


AAC  members and Executives in FCT and 36 states reaffirmed @YeleSowore as the only recognized National Chairman of AAC while warning INEC against pertisanship and imposition of one Leonard Nzenwa on the party.


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Omoyele Sowore: INEC Completely Compromised, it can't hold a free and Fair elections

Omoyele Sowore: INEC Completely Compromised, it can't hold a free and Fair elections



As African Action Congress (AAC) under the leadership of its last presidential candidate for the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has scheldued it to hold a protest against INEC on what the party called working for the highest bidder.

The protest tagged #OCCUPYINEC is to be stagged on Monday 15th March 2021 in Abuja and 36 states' INEC offices across the federation.

The party has alledged that the collusion of INEC with APC/PDP sponsored Leonard Ezemwa to disorganise the Revolutionary Party with the Electoral Body been used to removing the duely elected EXCOS both at the centre and state levels have been uncovered and will not stand.

The publisher of Sahara Reporter said Nigeria's so called Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is completely compromised and that the body can't hold a free and free elections.

The Activist said INEC has become an appendage of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) depending on the highest bidder. He called on Nigerians and AAC part members to occupy the the offices of the electoral body nationwide.


@YeleSowore said @inecnigeria is completely compromised it can't hold a free and fair elections it has become an appendage of @OfficialAPCNg and @OfficialPDPNig depending on the highest bidder #occupyinec #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo

The Major General Muhammadu Buhari led regime has proved it times without numbers to be a lawless government without regards for rule of laws, fundamental rights of the citizens so also are the agencies of the government under his watch. Maladministration and illegality are normal with a government that order the killing of the peaceful protesters but freely negotiate with bandites and terrorists.


As African Action Congress (AAC) under the leadership of its last presidential candidate for the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has scheldued it to hold a protest against INEC on what the party called working for the highest bidder.

The protest tagged #OCCUPYINEC is to be stagged on Monday 15th March 2021 in Abuja and 36 states' INEC offices across the federation.

The party has alledged that the collusion of INEC with APC/PDP sponsored Leonard Ezemwa to disorganise the Revolutionary Party with the Electoral Body been used to removing the duely elected EXCOS both at the centre and state levels have been uncovered and will not stand.

The publisher of Sahara Reporter said Nigeria's so called Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is completely compromised and that the body can't hold a free and free elections.

The Activist said INEC has become an appendage of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) depending on the highest bidder. He called on Nigerians and AAC part members to occupy the the offices of the electoral body nationwide.


@YeleSowore said @inecnigeria is completely compromised it can't hold a free and fair elections it has become an appendage of @OfficialAPCNg and @OfficialPDPNig depending on the highest bidder #occupyinec #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo

The Major General Muhammadu Buhari led regime has proved it times without numbers to be a lawless government without regards for rule of laws, fundamental rights of the citizens so also are the agencies of the government under his watch. Maladministration and illegality are normal with a government that order the killing of the peaceful protesters but freely negotiate with bandites and terrorists.

LIVE IN LAGOS: A Tribute To @YeleSowore @50, A political symposium of the masses towards the liberation struggle (With Photos)

LIVE IN LAGOS: A Tribute To @YeleSowore @50, A political symposium of the masses towards the liberation struggle (With Photos)

By Isaac Obasi


We celebrate and solidarise with the consistent and fiery activist Omoyele Sowore in the face of persecution because he has played major roles in democracy for 30 years standing tall and a force to reckon with in the struggle to liberate over 150 million Nigerians that have been perpetually kept in abject poverty for decades by the rogue political class.


The fact that a revolution is needed in Nigeria is no longer news, rather the need for it is urgent but what kind of revolution do we need? I will say it depends on what you understand by the word "Revolution". 


Revolution simply means "turning around" Nigeria on the path of redemption economically and politically replacing the rotten and rogue capitalist governments

of the APC and PDP, overturning the existing status quo. The middle class which involves the youths, students, professionals and also the large mass of the impoverished populace holds the key to make this happen. 


Ethnic, religious and political divisions is ravaging Nigeria making cohesion difficult to fight the monsters and oppressors that has made Nigeria the poverty capital of the world and is getting worse everyday where over 150 million are languishing in abject poverty as a result of the failed present and past governments.


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By Isaac Obasi


We celebrate and solidarise with the consistent and fiery activist Omoyele Sowore in the face of persecution because he has played major roles in democracy for 30 years standing tall and a force to reckon with in the struggle to liberate over 150 million Nigerians that have been perpetually kept in abject poverty for decades by the rogue political class.


The fact that a revolution is needed in Nigeria is no longer news, rather the need for it is urgent but what kind of revolution do we need? I will say it depends on what you understand by the word "Revolution". 


Revolution simply means "turning around" Nigeria on the path of redemption economically and politically replacing the rotten and rogue capitalist governments

of the APC and PDP, overturning the existing status quo. The middle class which involves the youths, students, professionals and also the large mass of the impoverished populace holds the key to make this happen. 


Ethnic, religious and political divisions is ravaging Nigeria making cohesion difficult to fight the monsters and oppressors that has made Nigeria the poverty capital of the world and is getting worse everyday where over 150 million are languishing in abject poverty as a result of the failed present and past governments.


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#SoworeAt50: A Political Symposium in Celebration of @YeleSowore ongoing LIVE in Lagos, Nigeria (PHOTOS)

#SoworeAt50: A Political Symposium in Celebration of @YeleSowore ongoing LIVE in Lagos, Nigeria (PHOTOS)

 







 







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