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INEC Releases Final List Of Candidates In Rivers, APC Absent
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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has
released a final List of Governorship and House of Assembly
candidates in Rivers State.
According to our correspondent in the state, absent on the list
were the names of candidates of the All Progressives Congress
(APC).
Below are photos of the list as pasted by INEC officials in Rivers
state.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has
released a final List of Governorship and House of Assembly
candidates in Rivers State.
According to our correspondent in the state, absent on the list
were the names of candidates of the All Progressives Congress
(APC).
Below are photos of the list as pasted by INEC officials in Rivers
state.
INEC had on Thursday, January 17, released a list signed by the
commission’s secretary, Rose Orianran-Anthony and while
candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Social
Democratic Party (SDP), and Labour Party among others made
the list, those of the All Progressives Congress (APC) were
excluded.
A Federal High court in Port Harcourt, the state capital had nullified
the direct and indirect primaries conducted by the two factions of
the APC in Rivers.
The court presided over by Justice Kolawole Omotosho held that
both primaries were not conducted according to the law.
Justice Omotosho had also restrained the electoral body from
recognising Tonye Cole and Magnus Abe as governorship
candidates of the APC in the general elections.
Senator Abe was declared the winner of a direct governorship
primary conducted by a faction of the party in 2018 after polling
144, 929 votes.
But Cole emerged the winner of an indirect primary held by
another faction with 3,329 votes.
Following the rulings. the Resident Electoral Commissioner in
Rivers, Obo Effanga, insisted that the electoral umpire would
always obey court injunctions.

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