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2023: No Election Timetable Until Electoral Bill Is Signed Into Law – INEC

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INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, said this in Abuja, on Tuesday, at the first quarterly meeting with political parties for the 2022.

He said the commission was looking forward to a speedy passage of the bill, which will determine its preparation for the 2023 General Elections.

“On the Electoral Amendment Bill currently before the National Assembly, the commission is encouraged by the Senate President’s assurance to give priority attention to the Bill when the National Assembly reconvenes from its recess today, and the commitment by the President to assent to the Bill as soon as the issue of mode of primaries by political parties is resolved.”

“We look forward to a speedy passage of the Bill, which is crucial to our preparations for future elections. As soon as it is signed into law, the commission will quickly release the Timetable and Schedule of Activities for the 2023 General Election based on the new law,” Yakubu said.

He said 2022 is going to be a very busy year for the commission and the political parties, with the 2023 General Election just 396 days away, thus all the critical preparations must be concluded this year.

On the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR), Yakubu said as at 17th January, a total of 8,260,076 eligible Nigerians commenced the online pre-registration, completed the registration physically or applied for transfer to new voting locations, replacement of their Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVCs) or updated their voter information records as required by law.

He said, “The commission has been publishing weekly progress reports of the exercise. We are aware that Nigerians want to know when their PVCs will be available for collection. At the moment, the commission is undertaking the most comprehensive cleaning up of the data to ensure that only eligible citizens are added to the voters’ register for the 2023 General Election and will share our findings with Nigerians and the actual dates for the collection of the PVCs nationwide will be announced very soon.”

The INEC Chairman urged the political parties to continue to encourage eligible voters who have not registered to do so, bearing in mind that those who had registered at any time previously need not register again.

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Your God Is Powerless And Useless – Dr Olufunmilayo Reacts To Deborah’s Death

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If you need to murder someone to “defend” your god, then your god is powerless and useless.

And if reading this tweet upset you, you are brainless. You are exactly the chosen intended audience for the tweet.

The earlier we speak against this barbarism, the better for all of us.

If you believe your god is all-powerful, why does he need you a mere human mortal to “fight” for him and “defend” him? Think about it.

I write this to everyone who believes in the existence of an all-powerful God.

If our God is “almighty”, pls why do we need to murder for him?

If your god is “all-merciful”, “all-forgiving”, “merciful” and “benevolent”, why do you not leave judgment to him to do?

If he’s the one offended;
If he’s the “Almighty” and “True Judge”;

Why do you see the need to carry out judgment for him- if he’s not powerless and useless?

That young girl murdered is a human being like me like you. Someone’s sister, someone’s daughter and someone’s friend.

All her friends, families and loved ones are in pain right now because she went to school in a place that felt it’s okay to murder people to “defend” their god.

We need to do better
We need to think better.
This is 2022. Not the year 1322.

We are civilised people. Not brutal barbarians. We need to rethink our ways and our behaviour.

Finally:
If you need to kill a human being to defend your god, your god is simply useless and powerless.

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Barr. Morah Greets NBA President, Akpata On His Marital Union, Wishes Him Happiness

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A legal practitioner and aspirant for Oyi/Ayamelum federal constituency of Anambra State, Barr. Ifeyinwa Morah has congratulated the National President of Nigeria Bar Association, NBA Olumide Akpata, SAN on tying the nuptial knot with his heartthrob, Osayamon, praying for God’s blessings upon the union.

In a felicitation message on Saturday, Barr. Morah while describing the NBA President as a fine gentleman and patriot noted that finding one’s better half is an arduous task.

She expressed thankfulness that the NBA President has finally exited the bachelorhood in a grand style with his traditional marriage which which took place recently in Edo.

“It is my prayer that God will in his divine mercy colour this great union with all the needed blessings and make it a model among others.

“In line with pronouncement of the Holy Scriptures, you shall obtain favour having found your missing rib just at the right time” she concluded.

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