INEC May Postpone Election Till Tuesday For Logistics Reasons
Reports reaching Journalists indicate that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) may postpone the 2019 general elections scheduled to begin tomorrow till Tuesday for logistics reasons.
A credible source in INEC said the development may be due to the fact that sensitive materials needed for the election are yet to be distributed in some states of the federation.
He also said the Commission is trying to put adequate security measures in place.
INEC Chairman, Professor Manhood Yakubu and other senior officials of the commission as well as other relevant agencies crucial to the conduct of the election are currently in an emergency.
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The Association of Campus Journalists OAU chapter (ACJOAU) on Saturday 2nd February, 2019 urshered in new executives at her annual International Campus Journalism Conference (ICJC) which took place at the New Moot and Mock Court OAU.
The swearing in which was preceeded by an election which took place on Friday 1st February, 2019. The election started at exactly 4:30pm and ended 7:30pm while the counting of votes started around 7:30pm.
In an announcement made by the electoral commission chairperson,Awoyenjesu Olamide; "the following emerged as winners of the election; Oludiran Olusola Abidemi (Cyrus) as President, Abdulazeez Taiwo Lateefat as Vice-president, Kehinde Babajide Ifeoluwa (K Babs) as General Secretary,Abayomi Juliana Morenike as Assistant General Secretary, Olayemi Blessing Olayinka as Public Relations Officer,and Adeleke Victor Temitayo as Financial Secretary."
The newly elected executives were later sworn in the following day at the annual Interna…