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NIGERIA'S OPPOSITION MAKES REGIONAL ELECTION GAINS Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
The Nigerian opposition has made more gains in the final round of the country's election process.
 
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has retained the governorship in commercial hub Lagos and gained governorships in northern states Kaduna and Katsina.
 
Final results for 29 governorships and all 36 state assemblies are still being tallied.
 
Nigeria's governors control huge budgets and are among the country's most influential politicians.
 
Mahama's IEA address to focus on education and healthcare PDF Print E-mail

President John Dramani Mahama will this evening explain in detail how he will provide quality education and healthcare for Ghanaians if elected in the December polls when he take his turn at the Institute of Economic Affairs organised Evening Encounter with Presidential Candidates.

 
NIGERIA ELECTION: MINISTER 'CONFIDENT' POLL WILL HAPPEN PDF Print E-mail
Nigeria's interior minister believes the fight against Boko Haram will be successful enough for the postponed elections to go ahead, he told the BBC.
 
Abbo Moro said he had been advised by the military that enough troops would be available in six weeks' time to secure the presidential ballot.
 
Officials say they delayed the vote to 28 March because troops needed for security are fighting the militants.
 
Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari has made a plea for calm.
 
But he said the independence of Nigeria's electoral commission had been "gravely compromised" by the decision to postpone the elections.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 February 2015 05:17
 
ABDUCTED NIGERIAN GIRLS 'SEEN ALIVE' Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
More than 50 of the girls abducted by militant Islamists in Nigeria last year were seen alive three weeks ago, a woman has told the BBC.
 
She saw the girls in the north-eastern Gwoza town before the Boko Haram militants were driven out of there by regional forces.
 
Boko Haram sparked global outrage when it seized more than 219 girls from Chibok town a year ago.
 
The US, China and other foreign powers promised to help find the girls.
 
Nigeria elections: Winner Buhari issues Boko Haram vow Source: bbc PDF Print E-mail
Winner of Nigeria's presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari, has issued a defiant vow against militants Boko Haram, saying they would "soon know the strength of our collective will".
 
The president-elect also vowed to tackle corruption, which he described as an "even greater evil".
 
Gen Buhari won the election beating President Goodluck Jonathan by 2.5 million votes.
 
World leaders congratulated Gen Buhari and hailed Nigeria's democratic spirit.
 
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