The Guardian Nigeria

Tuesday 31 March 2015
HEADLINES

Buhari leads in vote count, Jonathan ahead in 25% spread

THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), yesterday, released the March 28 presidential election results in 19 of the 36 states (including the Federal Capital Territory). The collation als

Amokachi happy with draw, Mashaba rues missed opportunity

SUPER Eagles’ stand-in coach, Daniel Amokachi, is happy that his boys were able hold South Africa to a 1-1 draw despite the little time the team had to prepare for Sunday’s international friendly

Nation’s refineries suffer low capacity utilisation

Despite the billions of naira being expended on Turn Around Maintenance of the country’s refineries, their capacity utilization has continued to decline. In fact, the refineries recorded zero produc

INEC Results: Live Updates As Jega Announces Results Of Election 2015 At Press Conference

We are giving live updates on the 2015 Presidential and National Assembly Elections as INEC announces results in Abuja

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Knocks on INEC over ‘failure’ of card readers

For me, the process didn’t take long, but my 10 fingers had to be used before one of them got accepted by the machine. But I had thought that anything to be done must add value to what you are doing

Electoral officials start the counting operations at a polling station in Lagos, on march 29, 2015.   First results of Nigeria's presidential election could be given from March 30, 2015, the head of the country's electoral commission said, as voting went into a second day after technical glitches.
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