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SATURDAY ESSAY: Some Quick Thoughts on Multi-Partyism & Electoral Reform in Nigeria (by Bolaji Aluko)

Written on December 22nd, 2007 by
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    SATURDAY ESSAY:  Some Quick Thoughts on Multi-Partyism & Electoral Reform in Nigeria by Mobolaji E. Aluko, PhD alukome@gmail.com Burtonsville, MD,  USA December 21, 2007   INTRODUCTION Should there be re-imposed a two-party sys...
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Celebration of Iwu's Insanity – An essay by Yinka Leo Ogundiran

Written on December 21st, 2007 by
Categories: Electoral Reform Project

  Celebration of Iwu's Insanity  by Yinka Leo Ogundiran   Generally, insanity, or madness, is the popular term for defining behaviour(s) influenced by mental instability. The purveyor of such behaviour is regarded as insane if his conducts are at variance with expected an...
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Iwu Is A Danger To Democracy, Says NLC

Written on December 21st, 2007 by
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  INDEPENDENT http://www.independentngonline.com/ Fri, 21 Dec 2007 00:00:00 Iwu Is A Danger To Democracy, Says NLC By Alex Emeje, Senior correspondent, Abuja Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has lent its voice to the calls for the removal of chairman of the Independent National Electoral Comm...
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Maurice Iwu Must Go Now!

Written on December 20th, 2007 by
Categories: Electoral Reform Project

If we don’t do away with Iwu in our public arena and let him be HEARD NO MORE, someone will wake up tomorrow to tell us that Iwu is a hero. At that time, the likes of Babangida, Obasanjo and Atiku would have become saints and ordinary Nigerians would have been totally converted to their footst...
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ABC of Lagos Electoral Reform Committee

Written on December 19th, 2007 by
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  ABC of Lagos Electoral Reform Committee This Day (Lagos) NEWS 18 December 2007 Posted to the web 19 December 2007 By Philip Ogunmade Lagos Professor Adebayo Williams, a professor of Literary Theory, who had lived and taught in Birmingham, the United Kingdom and who also has a stint...
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LG Elections – Yar'Adua to Meet Governors

Written on December 18th, 2007 by
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  THIS DAY LG Elections: Yar�Adua to Meet Governors From Juliana Taiwo in Abuja, 12.18.2007 As a result of the violence, fraud and rigging that marred the just-concluded local government elections in many states, President Umaru Musa Yar�Adua has decided to meet gove...
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Why 25 states aren

Written on December 17th, 2007 by
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  VANGUARD Why 25 states aren’t holding LG polls today Saturday, 15 December 2007   ...
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December 2007 LG Polls COMPENDIUM Protests persist in Oyo, Edo, Enugu, others

Written on December 17th, 2007 by
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  DECEMBER 2007:  THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMPENDIUM PUNCH  LG poll: Protests persist in Oyo, Edo, Enugu, others By Our correspondents Published: Monday, 17 Dec 2007 Protests have continued to trail Saturday’s local government elections in six states with opposit...
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Again, Edo INEC loses bid to bring in more bags of ballot papers

Written on December 11th, 2007 by
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  THE NATION   Again, Edo INEC loses bid to bring in more bags of ballot papers.    11/12/2007       From Peter Fowoyo, Benin The Independent National Electoral Comm...
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Memorandum from the Christian Social Movement of Nigeria (CSMN) to the Electoral Reform

Written on December 11th, 2007 by
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    THE ELECTORAL REFORM COMMITTEE (ERC) THE PRESIDENCY   (CSMN) Putting the Horse before the Cart   1.         Introduction [1] who have constituted the potent shadow of Nigerian politics since then and up to this day.  It would be...
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