#MrYakubuChallenge : Nigerians drop lines for INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu (video)

Most Nigerians especially the youths have no joy currently as they are currently cynical and very alert to any possible lies and more deceit from their funny¬† leaders. Jkcyno news earlier dropped a didactic diss track by Falz featuring Vector where they used music ūüé∂ to vent their anger on the embattled INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu. Falz later dropped an empty verse soliciting for Nigerians to use the track to speak their minds against the heavily rigged 2023 General elections by Mahmood Yakubu. So many dope takented Nigerian youths are…

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Falz releases diss track for Yakubu (video)

Folarin Falana better known by his stage name¬†Falz, is a¬†Nigerian rapper, songwriter, actor and lawyer and son to the Human rights lawyer Femi Falana, SAN has released a diss track fully dedicated to the embattled INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu afer his conducted Shambollic 2023 general elections. Falz has never made his disappointment in the INEC Chairman over his bizarre “selection process” he supervised with over 300 billion naira. He featured Vector in a didactic audio-song expressing what he felt happened during the general elections. Watch video below… Falz is actually…

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INEC to conduct Presidential Supplementary Elections even after declaration

The¬†Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC led by¬†Mahmood¬† Yakubu has never stopped surprising Nigerians with so much unprecedented rascality never experienced before in Nigeria. ūüá≥ūüᨠYou’d recall that, a Mahmood Yakubu’s INEC pronounced¬†Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the¬†APC as the President-elect after the Fraudulently conducted February 25th, 2023 presidential election throwing caution ‚ö† to the wind. INEC on the 17th of February not “surprisingly though” released a rather confusing, conflicting and funny press statement where they stated that there would be a supplementary Presidential elections in some parts of Nigeria in a…

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INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, the worst thing to happen to Nigeria – David Ibiyeomie

Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation ministries has described the current INEC Chairman Mahmood Yakubu as the worst thing to have happened to Nigerians. Pastor Ibiyeomie made this declaration at one of his church services after recounting the Billions of Naira gulped by the INEC and yet, Mahmood Yakubu compromised the entire system to give Nigerians the worst elections in Africa.   READ ALSO : US shuns Nigeria ahead of African Tour by Kamala Harris     His stray bullet didn’t leave out one of the nightmares of Nigeria as well,…

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How INEC Chairman,Mahmood Yakubu committed a criminal act (video)

The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,¬†Mahmood Yakubu, the man who lied to Millions of Nigerians (video) repeatedly both in Nigeria and at Chatham house has inadvertently committed a criminal act by going ahead to make that announcement by 3am, without first following the guidelines stipulated by INEC is already a contempt to the laws of Nigeria. According to section 65 of the Electoral law 2022, sub. Section 38 of the regulations and guidelines of the conduct of the Election : a : The Presiding Officer, PO, shall…

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2003Polls: There‚Äôs no going back on Feb 25, March 11 dates ‚ÄďYakubu, INEC boss

Barely two weeks to the beginning of the 2023 general elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared that the February 25 presidential\National Assembly and March 11 governorship/state Assembly polls dates are sacrosanct. The Commission‚Äôs Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, gave the assurance after inspecting the training of Supervisory Presiding Officers (SPOs) going on in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja and across the country yesterday. Yakubu, while declaring the readiness of the commission to conduct a free, fair, credible and transparent elections, explained that for the fact that the commission…

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INEC Registers 21 New Political Parties Ahead Of 2019 General Elections

  [dropcap]A[/dropcap]head of the 2019 general elections, 21 new political parties have been registered by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) bringing the number to 67. The approval, according to a statement signed by Mrs May Agbmuche-Mbu, INEC National Commissioner and Member, Information and Voter Education Committee, was given at the commission‚Äôs weekly meeting on Thursday in Abuja. She said that the associations were registered as political parties, because they had fulfilled the constitutional requirements for registration. The new political parties are All Blending Party (ABP), All Grassroots Alliance (AGA),…

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