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INEC rejects election credits by Kaduna state legislature



INEC rejects election credits by Kaduna state legislature

The court dismissed the appointment of Haruna Aliyu and Ibrahim Ismail in Kaduna state parliamentary elections.

It follows the lawsuit of the APC in the name of the winners of their ruling party.

INEC rejects election credits by Kaduna state legislature

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Tuesday accepted the testimony given to two of the new Kaduna state legislators. These include Haruna Aliyu, Chakis, and Ibrahim Ismail.

Haruna Aliyu represents Kaduna North 2 (Kawo) and Ismail Ibrahim is representing Kaduna South 2 (Tudun Wada).

These two men were competing in the electoral process under the APC party in October 2018.

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If their opponents were successful, Yusuf Salihu, 104, was beaten by Haruna Aliyu during the election while Ibrahim Ismail was defeated by Nasir Usman who won 49 votes.

The APC party did not mention the winners of the election but named Aaron Aliyu, who won 24 votes and Ibrahim Ismail as 35 members. presidential polls in their constituency.

The Supreme Court of Kaduna State, under the leadership of the Judge, Z. B Abubakar, has ruled that Nasiru Usman and Yusuf Salihu are the two successors of the APC presidential election, which are best suited to contest.

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Accordingly, the court replaced Aaron Aliyu and Yusuf Salihu and Nasiru Usman changed Ibrahim Ismail as members of Kaduna North (Kawo) and Kaduna South (Tudun Wada).

And INEC has already received a certificate issued to the court of law issued by the court

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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