The Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) and other civil society groups have called for the screening of all election observers by anti-corruption agencies in the country.
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The Transition Monitoring Group (TMG), the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) and the Kano State Civil Society Elections Situation Room, have dissociated themselves from media reports that they called for the cancelation of the governorship election in Kano state, and other parts of the country.
Coalition of Civil Society Organisations, Academia and Media in North East, has called for the strengthening of legislative oversight on defence and security sector, to restore transparency and accountability in the military operations.
The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has urged the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to use social dialogue to express their grievances over the challenges currently facing the country rather than resorting to strike.
ASHENEWS reports that the Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) report, identified suppression of voters, vote trading, generalised violence, and vote padding, as electoral anomalies that marred affected the credibility of the governorship, and House of Assembly elections.
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has said it would picket all Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) offices nationwide on March 29, following the continued cash crunch.
Yiaga Africa has alleged that some politicians were engaged in vote-buying as party agents distributed food, cash, and alcoholic drinks to some voters in exchange for votes.
The National Industrial Court on Tuesday adjourned until May 19 to deliver judgment in the suit between the Federal Government and some dissatisfied pensioners.
The Kwara state chapter chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Mr. Murtala Olayinka on Tuesday, urged government at all levels to find means of easing the economic hardship of Nigerians.
#NigeriaDecides2023 – ASHENEWS reports that the Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) has observed that there was high-level irregularities across the country during the February 25 Presidential and National Assembly (NASS) elections.