World Leaders To Be At Nigeria Democracy Day First Time In History To Celebrate It On June 12
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World Leaders To Be At Nigeria Democracy Day First Time In History To Celebrate It On June 12

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Nigeria Democracy Day

Nigeria Democracy Day would be celebrated on 12th June 2019 for the first time in the history of Nigeria. There are several invitations posted to the profound and highly esteemed leaders around the globe to mark the day, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The shift of date for the celebration of Democracy from May 29 to June 12 is unveiled by the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed in Abuja.

However, due to the change in date of Democracy, President Buhari inauguration is then shifted to hold on 29th May 2019. The Minister, Lai Mohammed then speak as quoted as to the reason there would be a restricted inaugural celebration.

He said, “The decision to have a low-key inauguration for the President was taken at the meeting of Federal Executive Council of Wednesday 8th of May, 2019.

“Invitations have been sent to all world leaders to attend the ceremonies marking the observance of the democracy day on June 12.

“Since the first observance of democracy day falls on an election year, and as a measure to sustain June 12 as democracy day, the celebration of the inauguration and the advancement of democracy in the country will now take place on June 12th.”

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All PDP Winners Of Zamfara State Elections As Declared By INEC

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All PDP Winners Of Zamfara State Elections As Declared By INEC

The NIGERIA NEWS recently reports how the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC nullify the All Progressive Congress, APC candidates victory and give the People’s Democratic Party, PDP the victory, following the supreme court judgment.

Read Why INEC Declares PDP As Winner Of Zamfara State Election

The certificate of return would soon be issued out to the PDP candidates who are declared the winner while Bello Matawalle would be offered a certificate of return as the Governor of Zamfara state on 27th May 2019  and along with his Deputy in Abuja, under the same circumstance as to the judgment of the supreme court.

All other PDP winners, aside from the Governor and the Deputy, would have to obtain their certificate of return from INEC office, Zamfara state on 31st May 2019.

So painful and wasteful of the electoral vote as APC would not even hold any post by June 2019 as the PDP winners would be sworn in and resume office duty.

NIGERIA NEWS then bring the list of All PDP Winners Of Zamfara State Elections As Declared By INEC, as enlisted below:

GOVERNOR

Bello Matawalle

DEPUTY GOVERNOR

Mahdi Gusau

SENATORIAL DISTRICT WINNERS

Ya’u Sahabi – Zamfara north

Mohammed Hassan – Zamfara central

Lawali Hassan – Zamfara West

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE

Umar Dan-Galadima – Kaura-Namoda/Birnin Magaji federal constituency

Bello Hassan Shinkafi – Shinkafi/Zurmi federal constituency

Kabiru Amadu – Gusau/Tsafe federal constituency

Shehu Ahmed – Bungudu/Maru federal constituency

Kabiru Yahaya – Anka/Talata Mafara federal constituency

Ahmed Bakura – Bakura/Maradun federal constituency

Sulaiman Gum – Gummi/Bukkuyum federal constituency

STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Zaharadeen M. Sada – Kaura Namoda north constituency

Nura Daihiru – Birnin Magaji constituency

Salihu Zurmi – Zurmi east constituency

Nasiru Muazu – Zurmi west constituency

Muhammad G. Ahmad – Shinkafi constituency

Musa Bawa Musa – Tsafe east constituency

Aliyu Namaigora – Tsafe west constituency

Ibrahim Naidda – Gusau east constituency

Shafiu Dama – Gusau west constituency

Kabiru Magaji – Bungudu east constituency

Nasiru Bello Lawal – Bungudu west constituency

Yusuf Alhassan Muh – Maru north constituency

Saidu Umar – Maru south constituency

Yusuf Muhammad – Anka constituency

Shamudeen Hassan – Talata-Mafara north constituency

Aminu Yusuf Jangebe – Talata-Mafara south constituency

Tukur Jekada – Bakura constituency

Faruk Musa Dosara – Maradun I constituency

Nasiru Atiku – Maradun II constituency

Abdulnasir Ibrahim – Gummi I constituency

Mansur Mohammed – Gummi II constituency

Ibrahim Mohammed Naidda – Bukkuyum north constituency

Sani Dahiru – Bukkuyum south constituency

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Cyril Ramaphosa hails “new era ” as he becomes South Africa’s President

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South Africa today May 25th 2019, sworn in a new president in person of Cyril Ramaphosa, at the Loftus Versfeld Pretoria.
The event was witnessed by thousands of people, be it millitary and civilian and had in attendance Foreign leaders and generals from over 40 countries.
Aged 66, Cyril Ramaphosa who was elected unanimously by the parliament on a five-year term after his party African National Congress (ANC) won the legislative elections on the 8th of May 2019, picking up 240 seats out of the 400 available. His party (ANC) was able to gather more than 55% of the votes, which was their lowest since the overturn of apartheid over two decades ago. The newly elected president is a trade unionist and he played a major role in the struggle to end white-monority rule before a became a successful business in the country.
with new office, he his faced with a very big task of tackling the country’s problems ranging from joblessness, increased crime rate and corruption and land ownership from the whites.
“A new era has downed in our country. A brighter day is rising upon Soun Africa”, he stressed during his inaugural speech. ” This is a defining moment for a young nation like ours. It is time for us to make the future that we yearn for”. “I pledge here today that i will serve…to build the South Africa that we all want and deserve”.
“Let us declare that when we gather to celebrate the 50th year of our freedom, there shall no longer be any person in this land who is unable to meet their basic needs”.
Cabinet Tension
The newly elected president’s first serious test will be to choose a cabinet and he his expected to name the cabinent in days to come, but the post of the vice president is hanging after the deputy David Mabuza said on wednesday that he will delay taking his seat. Cyril Ramaphosa was first in power last year when his party forcefully pully Jacob Zuma out of office due to scandals making him to resign.
Cyril Ramaphosa’s swearing-in event was shifted from the Union Building’s Amphitheatre which also serves as the seat of government which was inaugurated by Nelson Mandel in 1994, to a 52,000 seater Loftus Versfeld Rughy Stadium so as to allow high attendance from the citizens.
Jacob Zuma was the only ex-president absent, because he had attended a court hearing based on charges of corruption in the sounthern city of Pieter Maritzburg. He later told reporters and his followers that he was too busy to travel to Pretoria for the newly elected president’s inauguration. “There is no time, i am fighting to stay out of jail” he said.
Over 3000 police officers were deployed for the event to ensure safety of the participants and joyous countrymen, while the soldiers were in charge of ceremonial parades.
Meanwhile, the opposition party (DA) Democratic Alliance critisized the government for being “wasteful” on the amount spent on the ceremony, accruing to over 120 million rand. “It is no secret that the south African economy is in dire straits” senior DA lawmaker John Steenhuisen stated.Cyril Ramaphosa

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