1. Amaechi Urges Atiku To Work With Buhari Instead Of Going To Court  SaharaReporters.com
  2. Breaking: Atiku, PDP file motion compelling INEC to surrender election materials for inspection  Vanguard
  3. We’re eager to meet Atiku in Court, says Keyamo  The Nation Newspaper
  4. Gov election: IG warns thugs, ballot box snatchers  The Punch
  5. SKC Ogbonnia: How Buhari won the battle but lost the war  Daily Post Nigeria
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He said: “I told my colleagues that it is only those who fail elections that gather for meetings, while the winners just gather to pop champagne and drink to their victory.He said: “I told my colleagues that it is only those who fail elections that gather for meetings, while the winners just gather to pop champagne and drink to their victory.

Amaechi Urges Atiku To Work With Buhari Instead Of Going To Court | Sahara Reporters

Nigeria's ruling party on Tuesday began celebrating a re-election for Muhammadu Buhari as president, even before the final results were announced.Nigeria's ruling party on Tuesday began celebrating a re-election for Muhammadu Buhari as president, even before the final results were announced.

Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari wins re-election

Muhammadu Buhari, a former military ruler, wins re-election as leader of Africa's most populous nation.Muhammadu Buhari, a former military ruler, wins re-election as leader of Africa's most populous nation.

Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria's 'new broom' president in profile - BBC News

“There were 1,289,607 INVALID votes in the Nigerian election, more total votes cast in each of 33 states & Federal Capital Territory. If “Invalid Votes” had been a candidate, it would’ve been 3rd behind winner President Buhari and rival Atiku Abubakar. https://t.co/fTqeMF5jSL”

Charles Onyango-Obbo on Twitter: "There were 1,289,607 INVALID votes in the Nigerian election, more total votes cast in each of 33 states & Federal Capital Territory. If “Invalid Votes” had been a candidate, it would’ve been 3rd behind winner President Buhari and rival Atiku Abubakar. https://t.co/fTqeMF5jSL"

“Nigeria's president Buhari defended his sweeping win of a second term as free and fair and appealed to a "common love of country" as his top challenger @atiku vowed to go to court with allegations of fraud. https://t.co/tMJKqFPOVT”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "Nigeria's president Buhari defended his sweeping win of a second term as free and fair and appealed to a "common love of country" as his top challenger @atiku vowed to go to court with allegations of fraud. https://t.co/tMJKqFPOVT"

“#Nigeria election: Atiku Abubakar rejects Muhammadu Buhari's victory - BBC News https://t.co/MYQnbCdbg5”

Rachael Akidi on Twitter: "#Nigeria election: Atiku Abubakar rejects Muhammadu Buhari's victory - BBC News https://t.co/MYQnbCdbg5"

“Nigeria's main opposition (PDP) has rejected President Muhammadu Buhari's victory in Saturday's election and will challenge it in court. Atiku Abubakar was beaten by just under 4 million votes. Voter turnout was the lowest in Nigeria since democracy was restored 20 years ago.”

Sophie Ikenye on Twitter: "Nigeria's main opposition (PDP) has rejected President Muhammadu Buhari's victory in Saturday's election and will challenge it in court. Atiku Abubakar was beaten by just under 4 million votes. Voter turnout was the lowest in Nigeria since democracy was restored 20 years ago."

Kamarudeen Ogundele, Abuja The Director General of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council, Rotimi Amaechi, has said the incre...Kamarudeen Ogundele, Abuja The Director General of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council, Rotimi Amaechi, has said the increased number of votes secured by the party in the S...

South-East’s votes confirm Buhari’s popularity –Amaechi – Punch Newspapers

The presidential candidate of the National Rescue Movement, Mr Usman Ibrahim-Alhaji has dragged President Muhammadu Buhari and the presidential can...The presidential candidate of the National Rescue Movement, Mr Usman Ibrahim-Alhaji has dragged President Muhammadu Buhari and the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abub...

Presidential candidate drags Buhari, Atiku to court for allegedly spending over N1b on campaigns – Punch Newspapers

Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate in the February 23 election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, on Tuesday, f...Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate in the February 23 election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, on Tuesday, filed an application seeking an order compelling th...

PDP, Atiku ask tribunal to compel INEC to release election materials for inspection – Punch Newspapers

Investors favoured Muhammadu Buhari's opponent, Atiku Abubakar. So what are the Nigerian president's economic priorities?Investors favoured Muhammadu Buhari's opponent, Atiku Abubakar. So what are the Nigerian president's economic priorities?

Nigeria: what Muhammadu Buhari's re-election means for Africa's biggest economy

The Forum of Presidential Candidates and Political Parties for Good Governance, has appealed to the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, not to challenge the outcome of the recent presidential election in court.The Forum of Presidential Candidates and Political Parties for Good Governance, has appealed to the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, not to challenge the outcome of the recent presidential election in court.

Nigeria: 36 Presidential Candidates Beg Atiku Not to Challenge Buhari's Victory in Court - allAfrica.com

As President Muhammadu Buhari begins to wind down his first term in office and prepares for his second tenure, pan-African rating agency, Augusto & Co, has said the president will be faced with "hard choices with no easy way out."As President Muhammadu Buhari begins to wind down his first term in office and prepares for his second tenure, pan-African rating agency, Augusto & Co, has said the president will be faced with "hard choices with no easy way out."

Nigeria: Buhari Faces Hard Choices On Economy, Says Report - allAfrica.com

Legit.ng News ★ Editor’s Note: In this piece, Raheemah Arogundade writes about the 2019 presidential election, focusing on the two main candidates in the election and why Nigerians should have considered other options.Editor’s Note: In this piece, Raheemah Arogundade writes about the 2019 presidential election, focusing on the two main candidates in the election and why Nigerians should have considered other options.

2019 presidential election: A choice between the devil and the deep blue sea (opinion) ▷ Nigeria news | Legit.ng

The recent Nigerian elections reveal how discredited the two parties of the establishment have become after 20 years of bourgeois ‘democracy’, laying bare the ruling elite’s inability to solve any of the fundamental problems of society. While the APC has almost exhausted the overwhelming goodwill it enjoyed during its initial entry onto the stage, the PDP has equally proven incapable of overcoming the shock it received when it was booted out of power in 2015.The recent Nigerian elections reveal how discredited the two parties of the establishment have become after 20 years of bourgeois ‘democracy’, laying bare the ruling elite’s inability to solve any of the fundamental problems of society. While the APC has almost exhausted the overwhelming goodwill it enjoyed during its initial entry onto the stage, the PDP has equally proven incapable of overcoming the shock it received when it was booted out of power in 2015.

Nigeria: 2019 general election reveals whole establishment is discredited

ONE hears the often-repeated assertion that politics in our country is rarely if ever based on any real ideology. While this appears true on the surface, the just concluded 2019 Presidential election shows a seismic shift many are yet to reckon with. President Muhammadu Buhari won the 2015 elections with a margin of 2,571,759 votes and in 2019, he did so again with 3,928,869 votes, meaning an additional 1,357,110 more Nigerians decided to support him. Why? A new understanding of income inequality took centre stage, in a country where the increasing number of private jets was once mistaken for “evidence” the Nigerian economy was doing well.ONE hears the often-repeated assertion that politics in our country is rarely if ever based on any real ideology. While this appears true on the surface, the just concluded 2019 Presidential election shows a seismic shift many are yet to reckon with. President Muhammadu Buhari won the 2015 elections with a margin of 2,571,759 votes and in 2019, he did so again with 3,928,869 votes, meaning an additional 1,357,110 more Nigerians decided to support him. Why? A new understanding of income inequality took centre stage, in a country where the increasing number of private jets was once mistaken for “evidence” the Nigerian economy was doing well.

The Next Level: Mass appreciation of progressive politics - Vanguard News Nigeria

Buhari has little to show for his first term, but it is in the end still possible that he did win the elections.Buhari has little to show for his first term, but it is in the end still possible that he did win the elections.

ANALYSIS: Why Buhari won even though he had little to show for first term - Premium Times Nigeria

The All Progressives Congress (APC) was prepared and eager to meet the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku...The All Progressives Congress (APC) was prepared and eager to meet the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku...

We’re eager to meet Atiku in Court, says Keyamo - The Nation Nigeria

The Director of Strategic Communications, APC Presidential Campaign Council, Festus Keyamo, has said the council does not seek to stop the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar from going to court.The Director of Strategic Communications, APC Presidential Campaign Council, Festus Keyamo, has said the council does not seek to stop the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar from going to court.

Atiku free to go to court – APC campaign council – Daily Trust

I am very happy that President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress won again in 2019, but I am

How Buhari won the battle but lost the war, by SKC Ogbonnia – The Eagle Online

Atiku Applies For Appeal Court Order To Inspect INEC Register, Other Documents – Channels Television