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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 19:34

I heard Aregbe's leading Omisore by a very wide margin
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 19:39

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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 19:57

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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 20:11

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I heard Aregbe's leading Omisore by a very wide margin
yes ooooo no one want to vote for a KILLER
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 20:35

The final result .....

1. ATAKUMOSA EAST APC= 768 PDP = 422 LP=13

2. ATAKUMOSA WEST APC= 2486 PDP= 1689 LP=17

3. AYEDAADE APC: 3715 PDP=3548 LP=91

4. AYEDIRE APC= 614 PDP= 450 LP=50

5. BOLUWADURO APC=3327 PDP=3241 LP= 28

6. BORIPE APC=1686 PDP=1485 LP=35

7. EDE NORTH APC=4176 PDP=2817 LP=26

8. EDE SOUTH APC=127 PDP =163 LP= 0

9. EGBEDORE APC=1135 PDP=887 LP= 3

10. EJIGBO APC=992 PDP=492 LP= 28

11. IFE CENTRAL APC= 2169 PDP=4964 LP=55

12. IFE EAST APC=889 PDP=755 LP=11

13. IFE NORTH APC=1658 PDP=2137 LP=87

14. IFE SOUTH APC= 1923 PDP= 2117 LP=29

15. IFEDAYO APC=1837 PDP=1833 LP=36

16. IFELODUN APC=1378 PDP=1134 LP=14

17. ILA APC= 4996 PDP=3695 LP=41

18. ILESA EAST APC=4347 PDP=586 LP=8
19. ILESA WEST APC= 4443 PDP=1745 LP=52

20. IREPODUN APC=6057 PDP=4066 LP=161

21. IREWOLE APC=3364 PDP=1844 LP=43

22. ISOKAN APC=722 PDP=782 LP=6

23. IWO APC=2565 PDP=1884 LP=258

24. OBOKUN APC= 1940 PDP=1706 LP=20
25.ODO-OTIN APC=2329 PDP=2841 LP=205

26. OLA-OLUWA APC=287 PDP=59 LP=45

27. OLORUNDA APC= 3173 PDP= 1082 LP= 25

28. ORIADE APC=4960 PDP=4264 LP=73

29. OROLU APC=3022 PDP=2480 LP=160

30. OSOGBO APC=11367 PDP=3043 LP=254


If u v calculator ... I think u can anounce d result ooooooooo....

UP APC........happy for Osogbo \=D/
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 21:19

Apc is d political arm of BH While boko is d military arm of Apc.
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 21:54

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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-09, 21:55

Talk-Talk all around....mtshewwww
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 07:42

Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola | credits: File copy
Rauf Aregbesola was born on May 25, 1957. He graduated from The Polytechnic, Ibadan where he studied Mechanical Engineering. He is a Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Management, Nigerian Society of Engineers, Nigerian Association of Technological Engineers and Certified Marketing Communications Institute of Nigeria.

He was on April 12 this year endorsed as the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the state for governorship election. The emergence of Aregbesola was preceded by congresses. The governor, who had no opponents, was endorsed as the flag bearer of the party.

The Nasir el-Rufai-led committee supervised the primary election in which Aregbesola was endorsed. While giving him the certificate of return, el Rufai said 269,631 members of the party voted the for governor for a second term out 355,390 members who registered in 332 wards across the state.

Before becoming the state governor in 2010, Aregbesola had served as the Lagos State Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure for eight years. He left Lagos State Government to contest for the governorship election in Osun in 2007, under the platform of the defunct Action Congress.

At the end of the election, the Independent National Electoral Commission under Maurice Iwu declared Olagunsoye Oyinlola of the Peoples Democratic Party as the winner of the election. The former commissioner and his party contested the result, taking Oyinlola and the INEC to court.

In May 2008, Aregbesola called over 100 witnesses and tendered 168 exhibits in his petition before the Election Petitions Tribunal, alleging violence and ballot boxes stuffing in the election.

In August 2009, the police arrested Aregbesola, for involvement in the alleged forgery of a police report on the conduct of the elections. Later that month, he sought bail to enable him to perform the lesser Hajj in Saudi Arabia.

Exactly one year later, in August 2010, the police summoned Aregbesola to make a statement about a June 14 2007 bomb explosion near the ministry of water resources. Aregbesola denied any involvement, stating that he was in Abuja at the time. He was let off the hook by the police and continued to pursue, in the court, what he referred to as his stolen mandate.

The case went from the election tribunal to the Federal Appeal Court in Ibadan.

After several dramatic exchanges in the courtroom which lasted for three-and-a-half years, Justices of the Appeal Court finally declared Aregbesola the winner of the 2007 election, ordering that he should be sworn in as governor by noon on November 27, 2010.

Upon assumption of office as governor of Osun state, the former Lagos State commissioner outlined what he called his Six Point Integral Action Plan which focused on agriculture, economic and youth development, health, education and security.

The six points are to: banish poverty; banish hunger; banish unemployment; restore healthy living; promote functional education; and enhance communal peace and progress. These, the governor said would seek “to ensure that the fruits of economic development positively impact as many lives as possible” in Osun.

Aregbesola’s interest in politics dates back to his undergraduate days, when he served as the Speaker of the Students’ Union Parliament at The Polytechnic, Ibadan.

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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 07:42

Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola | credits: File copy
Rauf Aregbesola was born on May 25, 1957. He graduated from The Polytechnic, Ibadan where he studied Mechanical Engineering. He is a Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Management, Nigerian Society of Engineers, Nigerian Association of Technological Engineers and Certified Marketing Communications Institute of Nigeria.

He was on April 12 this year endorsed as the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the state for governorship election. The emergence of Aregbesola was preceded by congresses. The governor, who had no opponents, was endorsed as the flag bearer of the party.

The Nasir el-Rufai-led committee supervised the primary election in which Aregbesola was endorsed. While giving him the certificate of return, el Rufai said 269,631 members of the party voted the for governor for a second term out 355,390 members who registered in 332 wards across the state.

Before becoming the state governor in 2010, Aregbesola had served as the Lagos State Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure for eight years. He left Lagos State Government to contest for the governorship election in Osun in 2007, under the platform of the defunct Action Congress.

At the end of the election, the Independent National Electoral Commission under Maurice Iwu declared Olagunsoye Oyinlola of the Peoples Democratic Party as the winner of the election. The former commissioner and his party contested the result, taking Oyinlola and the INEC to court.

In May 2008, Aregbesola called over 100 witnesses and tendered 168 exhibits in his petition before the Election Petitions Tribunal, alleging violence and ballot boxes stuffing in the election.

In August 2009, the police arrested Aregbesola, for involvement in the alleged forgery of a police report on the conduct of the elections. Later that month, he sought bail to enable him to perform the lesser Hajj in Saudi Arabia.

Exactly one year later, in August 2010, the police summoned Aregbesola to make a statement about a June 14 2007 bomb explosion near the ministry of water resources. Aregbesola denied any involvement, stating that he was in Abuja at the time. He was let off the hook by the police and continued to pursue, in the court, what he referred to as his stolen mandate.

The case went from the election tribunal to the Federal Appeal Court in Ibadan.

After several dramatic exchanges in the courtroom which lasted for three-and-a-half years, Justices of the Appeal Court finally declared Aregbesola the winner of the 2007 election, ordering that he should be sworn in as governor by noon on November 27, 2010.

Upon assumption of office as governor of Osun state, the former Lagos State commissioner outlined what he called his Six Point Integral Action Plan which focused on agriculture, economic and youth development, health, education and security.

The six points are to: banish poverty; banish hunger; banish unemployment; restore healthy living; promote functional education; and enhance communal peace and progress. These, the governor said would seek “to ensure that the fruits of economic development positively impact as many lives as possible” in Osun.

Aregbesola’s interest in politics dates back to his undergraduate days, when he served as the Speaker of the Students’ Union Parliament at The Polytechnic, Ibadan.

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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 08:27

Professor Bamitale Omole
(INECs Returning Officer, Osun)

PDP-292,747
APC-394,684
LP-8,898
SDP-534

Gap between Omisore and Aregbesola--101,937

Who is the Atari Ajanaku now?
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 09:18

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@Safex wrote:
I heard Aregbe's leading Omisore by a very wide margin
yes ooooo no one want to vote for a KILLER
na u talk am o
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 09:25

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Apc is d political arm of BH While boko is d military arm of Apc.
me I no dey dia o
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 10:21

aregbesola hv win the election as announced this morning up apc
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 10:26

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Professor Bamitale Omole
(INECs Returning Officer, Osun)

PDP-292,747
APC-394,684
LP-8,898
SDP-534

Gap between Omisore and Aregbesola--101,937

Who is the Atari Ajanaku now?
Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola.
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 18:03

Na so
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 18:20

the game is still 1-1 watchout
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-10, 18:25

@ancl wrote:
the game is still 1-1 watchout
Yes oooo! The battle line is drawn between APC and PDP now.
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-11, 08:52

No wahala....Osun no dey dull themselves sa
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-11, 12:07

Interesting Episode!!! My people have with one voice, though we collected their freebies. We know what we want: Education policy or not, Teblik or no Teblik, Aregbesola is our man. All we yearn for is meaningful development in our state and Baba Kabiru is doing just that. Lesson to other state, stay with development rather than stomach infrastructure and personal interest of some jobless politician.
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PostSubject: Re: OSUN DECIDES: APC VS PDP (AUG 9TH)    2014-08-11, 12:11

@AWNLJERROL wrote:
Interesting Episode!!! My people have with one voice, though we collected their freebies. We know what we want: Education policy or not, Teblik or no Teblik, Aregbesola is our man. All we yearn for is meaningful development in our state and Baba Kabiru is doing just that. Lesson to other state, stay with development rather than stomach infrastructure and personal interest of some jobless politician.
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