Many Democrats are looking at the Electoral College vote Monday as the last barrier to keep Republican Donald Trump out of the White House.
In the petition to the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, SERAP alleged that the Senate was working against Magu in concert with other government agencies.
The Inspector-General of Police has set up a panel to investigate and analyse alleged audio comments by Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state on the rerun of legislative elections in the state.
The UN has stopped Gambia's controversial army chief from visiting troops serving as peacekeepers in Darfur, adding to mounting international pressures on President Jammeh.
The APC has petitioned the Independent National Electoral Commission and the Police over the conduct of the recently-held rerun elections in Rivers state.
Ondo APC has raised alarm over alleged secret recruitment of workers by the outgoing government of Mimiko into various ministries and parastatals in the state.
The Rivers State government has descended heavily on APC and Sahara Reporters over the leaked audio recording of Gov Nyesom Wike allegedly arranging with INEC officials to rig elections.
A three-man panel of Justices, led by Justice Ibrahim Saulawa, suspended hearing on suit to await the outcome of a related case pending before the Port Harcourt Division of the Court.
Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, has been caught on tape threatening to kill an INEC official who refuse to cooperate with him. after being paid to rig elections in PDP's favour.
Ondo State governor elect, Rotimi Akeredolu, on Wednesday made a courtesy call on outgoing Ondo State governor, Olusegun Mimiko at the Alagbaka governors lodge, Akure.
The petition, filed by his party, now raises the prospect that Barrow’s narrow victory, which was poised to end years of Jammeh’s autocratic rule, may be overturned.
Kerry, in a statement he issued on Tuesday, said the U.S. Department of State would provide full support for a smooth transition for the incoming administration’s pursuit of U.S. foreign policy.
The Nigerian leader, alongside his Liberian and Ghanaian counterparts, will on Tuesday, leave for Banjul to put diplomatic pressure on President Yahya Jammeh to transfer power to President-elect Adama Barrow.
The former vice president believes it would be in the interest of the north in particular and Nigeria in general if the country was restructured.
The Edo Election Petition Tribunal says it will issue on Thursday a pre-hearing report on the trial in the petition filed by PDP and its governorship candidate, Osagie Ize-Iyamu.
Dr. Dakuku Peterside, on Monday, said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) would reject the result of Rivers East Senatorial District rerun election.
Barrow is due to welcome a heavyweight delegation of African heads of state and UN representatives Tuesday to persuade Jammeh to go, which he said gave him confidence he would soon take power.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed dissatisfaction at Gambian President Yahya Jammeh rescinding his earlier decision of Dec. 2, in which he conceded defeat to President-elect Adama Barrow.
According to the INEC returning officer for the senatorial district, Sekibo polled 93,098 votes to defeat his rival, Andrew Uchendu of the APC, who polled 34,193 votes.
Report reaching Concise News indicates that Senator Magnus Abe of the APC has emerged winner of the Southeast senatorial district in Saturday's rerun of legislative elections in River state.