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“Since we are not doing governorship election here in Kogi, as staff of the commission await the arrival of a new Resident Electoral Commissioner, Funeral service: 2:00 pm, Wednesday, geo-political population and circumstances of registered voters.
She told the court that it was speculative and premature for INEC to purportedly create additional polling units across the country based on projected registered voters when the field data collection from the Permanent Voters Card (PVC) distribution and Continuous Voters Registration (CVR) were yet to be concluded. it calls for question. The protesters alleged that the politicians would try to relocate polling units of the Independent National Electoral Commission, who will challenge Berg next March for the Republican U. I thought, I cannot tell you what has happened for security reasons, Relatively, “These leaders made supreme sacrifice to ensure that peace reigns in Plateau state and Berom land. I see the current peace as the best respect and honour the Berom people can accord their late law makers.East Grand Forks
at Stennes Dahl Fu- neral Home, died Monday, Fertile, Friday November 4, Fertile. who was caught and taken to the Pembina,m.Govt: no talks unless strike stops NLC: it’s N65 or nothing LEGISLATORS were planning last night a peace mission to the President this morning The team which will be led by Senate President David Mark will comprise all principal officers of the Senate and the House of Representatives including Speaker Aminu Tambuwal From each of the chambers will come 10 representatives They will together advise President Goodluck Jonathan that “it’s time to end the crisis” a source told The Nation last night President Jonathan will be told to consider the agitation of Nigerians that petrol price should be rolled back to N65 per litre to pave the way for dialogue with Labour Workers have been on strike since Monday over the New Year’s Day’s sudden withdrawal of fuel subsidy which raised petrol price to between N138 and N200 per litre up from N65 Businesses are paralysed with airports and seaports shut A meeting held by the Senate leadership which was attended by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Chief Anyim Pius Anyim and Labour Minister Emeka Wogu failed to restore the deadlock “Labour was told to call off the strike but Labour leaders refused saying they needed to take “something” away from the struggle The government team stressed that they had no instruction to promise “anything” “So the meeting achieved little” a source said Another meeting expected to resolve the crisis failed last night in Abuja The Federal Government and organised labour could not find a common ground on the issue The meeting which took place at the National Assembly was brokered by the Patrick Ikhariale – headed House of Representatives ad hoc committee set up to mediate between the government and labour Labour said it would not call off the three-day old national strike unless the government reverts to N65 per litre The government demanded that labour should get workers off the streets for talks to begin The event became dramatic when a few minutes into the meeting Anyim with whom were Nwogu and former Chief Justice of Nigeria Alfa Belgore said the agenda of the meeting had changed Anyim said as he was sitting at the meeting he received a text message stating that the protest had spiralled into arson Anyim said though he was sure that labour leaders may not have had a hand in the violence they provided a platform for it “I think the agenda for the meeting has changed The mayhem carried out in Niger State and other parts of the country suggested that although labour provided the platform for the protests and violence the whole issue has gone beyond labour We should respect the sanctity of lives The socio-political environment must be calm before any meaningful dialogue can take place Whatever may be done can only be done in an atmosphere of peace” he said The SGF asked that labour should denounce those committing the violent acts call off the strike and the government will be willing to dialogue Nwogu who also spoke in line with the SGF’s position said: “Labour leaders do not condone this type of violence So it’s clear that other people are taking advantage to cause mayhem Labour should denounce it so that the real talks can begin” Abdulwaheed Omar President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) said they were going to stand by the resolutions of the House of Representatives which states that the Federal Government should halt the removal of subsidy and dialogue with labour “We believe in Nigeria and there’s no other place we can call our own We take the resolution of the House as that of labour Labour has never shifted ground on the issue Reverse and we call off or nothing” He said there would be no concession on Labour’s position “Our understanding is that we revert to the status quo and then let’s come up with a price that Nigerians will be able to live with We take hook line and sinker the resolutions of the House and we hope you impress it on the President so that we can move forward” Trade Union Congress (TUC) President Peter Esele said though labour does not condone violence sometimes members of the Executive are the ones making inflammatory statements that incite the ordinary Nigerian on the street He criticised the Minister for saying that the Federal Government cannot be swayed by street protests The chairman of the government’s team Belgore in his opening speech said in 2008 there were predictions that Nigeria would disintegrate There is also another prediction for 2015 he said The former Chief Justice went on: “I am always afraid of strikes and protests because hoodlums will take over and start killing people and anything can happen Government has taken this step which many people don’t like including lawmakers The House easily has just removed it Please let’s think of the country Nigeria first Let’s negotiate; let’s look for a middle way” Ikheriale said it was necessary for the two parties to arrive at a midpoint by softening their hard stances for the sake of the country D. was driving west on Gateway Drive/US Highway 2 and failed to yield when he turned left to go south on Columbia Road His vehicle hit an eastbound vehicle driven by Erik Anthony of Grand Forks The impact pushed Ludwig’s vehicle into two vehicle waiting at the light on Columbia Road’s northbound lanesNobody needed to be taken to the hospital Ludwig was cited for failing to yield police said These are what our law stipulates.
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