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August 17 2015 0
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The Peoples Democratic Party has called on the   President of the Court of Appeal, Justice ZAINAB BULKACHUWA, to remove Justice VICTOR OKORIE, from one of the panels of the Rivers State National and House of Assembly Elections Petitions Tribunal sitting in Abuja. You will recall that Justice OKORIE was earlier reassigned from his former position as Chairman of the Rivers State National Assembly Election Tribunal to his current position as an ordinary member of an election panel following a petition by the PDP.

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The Peoples’ Democratic Party in Bayelsa State has played down the defection of over one thousand former members to the All Progressives Congress over the weekend. A PDP chieftain who represents Sagbama/Ekeremo Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, FREDERICK AGBEDI said most of defectors took the decision because they lost in the party primaries. The House of Representatives member was speaking in a television program monitored in Port Harcourt.

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The African Union has warned that the crisis in troubled Burundi risks worsening into a bigger disaster for the country and the wider region following the killing of a senior military official over the weekend.

Unidentified gunmen killed a former chief of staff, Colonel JEAN BIKOMAGU outside his home in Bujumbura.

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The PDP is worried over political developments in the country since the All Progressives Congress took office with the emergence of President MUHAMMADU BUHARI at the federal level. In a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, OLISA METUH, the PDP claimed that all is not well with the nation’s democracy following the failure of President BUHARI to appoint a new Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, thereby allegedly crippling operations at electoral body.

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The Chairman of the Rives State Council of Traditional Rulers, His Majesty King DANDISON DOUGLAS JAJA JEKI wants civil servants to show commitment to their duties. King JAJA JEKI urged the civil servants to contribute to the development of the state through their various duty posts which would cause the government to recognise them.

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