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DSS to arrest Paul Eneche and more updates for February 27th Election Collation

With just 24 hours from the last phase of election, the entire country is boiling as riots are being held in front of several INEC offices, military soldiers are taking laws into their hands and political individuals are standing up against INEC results, despite INEC's efforts to shun them for speaking the truth and asking for explanations. Here are the latest developments from yesterday, February 27th, 2023.

 

1. The All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council on Monday called on the Department of State Services to invite the General Overseer of Dunamis Church, Paul Enenche, over his ‘inciting sermon’ on the pulpit last Sunday. Pastor Paul Eneche made remarks on that said Sunday that he could see people changing results and they should stop in order not to incite the wrath of God. APC ask DSS to arrest Paul Enenche and Dino Melaye.

2. The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has defeated the candidates of the All Progressives Congress (130,520) and Peoples Democratic Party (95,425), in Saturday's presidential and National Assembly elections in Cross River State with (179,917)

3. The Director of Media and Publicity, All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council, Bayo Onanuga, in this interview with ADEBAYO FOLORUNSHO-FRANCIS discloses that the loss of Lagos and upsets in some northern states are not enough to stop APC presidential standard bearer, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, from emerging Nigeria’s next president.

4. The Rivers State Government has denied allegations that Governor Nyesom Wike went round with soldiers during last Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, intimidating voters and influencing votes.

5. NNPP wins over Kano State.

6. The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, has won the presidential election in Bayelsa State with a total of 68,818 votes, and LP (49,975), APC (42,572).

7. Despite the collation of Saturday's presidential election still ongoing, a former governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has ask PDP's presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, to accept defeat.

8. APC presidential campaign council has raised the alarm that two major opposition parties, Labour Party and Peoples Democratic Party, are desperately shopping for legal options to stop the announcement of the presidential election results and throw Nigeria into constitutional crises.

9. APC wins Benue state with (310,468), LP in second place with (308,372) and PDP (130,081).

10. Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Reverend Justin Welby H., charges INEC to ensure all votes count.

11. An International observer makes statement that the Nigerian Election is not Transparent - Source, Arise News.

 

More updates will be released at the end of the day.

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