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March 09, 2011

2011 Elections - Would you vote for party or candidate?

2011 elections in Nigeria is around the corner come April. INEC has made available the number of registered to vote Nigerians and have also shown their readiness to forge ahead under the leadership of Prof. Jega.

All aspiring candidates are now hastening on their respective election campaigns, political power struggle and people are closely watching them even from their past records [social, economic, and political life]. I learnt there's a presidential debate coming up soon before the election. It's has also been promised to be credible, free and fair elections Nigeria have ever witnessed with the help of the DDC Machines working against multiple registrations and poll voting.



The question now that we have registered to vote is, "would you vote based on party candidature or proven personality?" We value your comments and positive reactions.

Today 16th April 2011 in Nigeria; the Presidential election took place nationwide and people turn out massively and eager to vote for the next President of Nigeria. It was credible, free and fair election.
The Three Most Outstanding Presidential Aspirants:
  1. Dr. Goodluck Jonathan
  2. Alhaji Mahamadu Buhari
  3. Mallam Nuhu Ribadu
Watch this video of the one of the INEC 2011 Presidential Election held in Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja, Lagos Nigeria:

                     Nigeria Presidential Inauguration 2011 at the Eagle Square Abuja


                               Congratulations Mr President!
Updates:
At local government levels, some are yet to have elections and few having some issues in the elections tribunal. On June 29th, 2013, there'll be a re-run election for the Oguta local government representative in Imo State House of Assembly. The Executive Governor of Imo State, Gov Rochas Okorocha assures adequate security in the Oguta Re-Run Election. People are really expectant...



6 comments:

  1. We thank God for the long awaited 2011 April general election in Nigeria is here today; it's kicking off today being the 2nd of April 2011. Many concerns and questions arising already if to vote based on party or proven selfless and visionary personalities(aspirants)? Then it calls to vote wisely and avoid getting involved into every tending malpratice or violence. Things have relatively changed even with the help of technology. 

    INEC is ready to conduct a credible, free and fair elections and the assistant director of SSS(madam) yesterday on media assured Nigerians the readiness to ensure proper security at election polls, security of lives and properties. We have also prayed and believed God for good on the same. Let your vote count. God bless Nigeria.

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  2. In the middle of the National Assemble election day, the INEC chairman Prof. Jega announced the postponment of the election to Monday 4th April 2011 for problem of delay of supply of election materials to various polling centres across the Nation but from observation and reports gathered, Lagos and Kano were a bit promptly ready with materials and many already started voting before the unforseen development.

    Well, people became worried and disappointed by this development but Prof. Jega and team assured Nigerians again that it was to ensure the credibility of the election process promptly having the complete required materials at all polls nationwide.

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  3. 2011 Election Updates: INEC yesterday finally shifted the postponed National Assembly elections to 9th April 2011 and others follow at a week interval; National Assembly, Presidential, Governors and State House of Assembly elections. [9th, 16th, and 23rd April 2011] respectively. Hope it turns out well...

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  4. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has just powered their website to feature on board the Presidential elections results and others until final compilations. Meanwhile results are rightfully streaming on their website now. We are grateful to God, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, Prof. Jega, INEC Team, and the good people of Nigeria for turning out in mass to cast their votes peacefully. The improvements are truly awesome! Thank you.

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  5. Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has been officially declared Winner of 2011 Nigeria Presidential election by INEC. "He is returned elected." (8:45pm Nigerian Time). Congratulations Mr President!

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  6. Presidential Inauguration 2011: On the 29th May 2011, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan took the Oath of Office and was sworn in as the President and Commander In Chief of the Armed Forces Federal Republic of Nigeria. Nigerians have got lots of expectations from Mr President as he resumes office tomorrow the 31st May 2011

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