Yar'Adua named new Nigeria leader

7 Comments » April 23rd, 2007 posted by // Categories: Favorite Articles

RESULT ANNOUNCEMENT: Nigeria’s ruling party candidate Umaru Yar’Adua has won controversial presidential elections, according to official results

The table of results will be found in:

Read More:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/6584393.stm

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7 Responses to “Yar'Adua named new Nigeria leader”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Well done for your efforts

  2. Dominic says:

    Y’Adua should quite simply reject the non-existent results. That he is already embracing them shows that those of us who are expecting political reforms from the new government might be hoping in vain.

    Also, even if the results are rejected by all, the way forward, after that, is still murky. If we re-run the elections with the current INEC, more people will die, and the results will be no different. If we go with a new INEC, how long might that take? That would mean an interim government, or an extension of Tenure for the OBJ-Atiku cabal.

  3. Bongo says:

    As usual Nigerian history about to repeat itself. If we look back into what happened in 1963 and 1983, The dubious landslide victorys were terminated by a gunslide. In my opinion, I don’t the present situation being different. Only a miracle will may prevent the repetition of History. Because our dubious and criminally minded leaders never look beyond their nose.

    The Baba is very desperate to cover his criminal tracks. He is too scared to go back to prison from where he became president. It is the dilemma that he finds himself. I am sure of one thing, I don’t the source of this certainty. Baba Obasanjo will soon go back the gallows where he really belongs. For he is not really fit to live in a decent human society.

  4. Dominic says:

    Rigging or no rigging, no gunslide, pls. Nigerians do not appreciate candidates who were rigged in, so coup plotters are even less welcome. Take note, Buhari. Civil society must be allowed to evolve a conflict-resolution mechanism for these problems. The lection tribunal is there. Let’s throw OBJ and Atiku out by May 29 to begin with. Once that job is accomplished, we can let the courts deal with Y’Adua, and Anambra, and Edo, and Ekiti, and Abia, and all the other places where people have been rigged into office.

  5. ananimous says:

    yar’adua, buhari, atiku, ajuwa, okotie, utomi; viewers plzzzzzzzzzz don’t forget they are all the same. i work in the villa, believe you me they are no different especially from OBJ.

  6. Mr. Jame Sambo says:

    i believe MR. ananimous

  7. Anonymous says:

    I luv nig

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