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2019: INEC releases names of presidential, national assembly candidates

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Thursday released its provincial list of candidates for presidential and national assembly elections.

APC clears more senatorial aspirants

Its National Working Committee (NWC) cleared six aspirants: Francis Alikikhema, John Inegbedion, Igbogbo Sylvanu, Ihariale Patrick, Patrick Obahiaghon, Erahabor Emokpae from Edo State and Margery Okadigbo from Anambra State.

APC clears Margery Okadigbo to contest Anambra North senatorial primary

The National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress has cleared Senator Margery Okadigbo to contest the Party’s primary for Anambra North Senatorial District.

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Road accident claims two lives in Ondo

Two people were confirmed dead and five injured in a road traffic accident involving a tanker conveying petroleum product and two other vehicles at Shasha Market along Akure-Owo Expressway.

NBS: Inflation rate drops to 11.26% in October

The National Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday released the Consumer Price Index Report which measures inflation with inflation rate dropping from 11.28 per cent in September to 11.26 per cent in October.
This picture taken on November 10, 2018 shows a rally of the main opposition Kuomintang (KMT) for Taipei mayor candidate Ting Shou-chung during the elections campaign in Taipei. - When Taiwan goes to the polls on November 24, 2018 in local elections, it will not only be a test for President Tsai Ing-wen's embattled government but a crucial vote on divisive issues that could rile China. (Photo by SAM YEH / AFP) / TO GO WITH STORY: Taiwan-China-vote-referendum-politics, ADVANCER by Amber WANG

Divided Taiwan to vote in key test for ruling party

When Taiwan goes to the polls Saturday in local elections, it will not only be a test for President Tsai Ing-wen's embattled government but a crucial vote on divisive issues that could rile China.