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Displaying items by tag: president



President Roch Marc Christian Kabore of Burkina Faso will be inaugurated on the 29th of December. Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari will be present at the inauguration. 


 He said that his decision to witness the event followed a special invitation extended to him by the out-going interim president.


"I congratulated (Michel Kafando) him personally for conducting free, fair and credible elections. That is why I accepted the invitation to go to the inauguration on Dec. 29, instance.''


 Kafando had earlier expressed his country's appreciation to Nigeria for restoring democracy in his country.


By Chika Jones



The Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PHCCIMA) has confirmed the appointment of Emi Membere-Otaji as its President.


The newly appointed President of the PHCCIMA, who was the association's first Deputy President is also a medical doctor by profession as well as the Chairman of ELSHCON Nigeria Limited, an Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation (EPCI) and Marine services company.


By Temitope Bamidele


Many families are fleeing their houses in Burundi's capital over fears the President Pierre Nkurunziza's led government is bent to stamp out resistance to his third term bid.

The president had earlier issued a Saturday midnight deadline for all civilians to hand over weapons or face government wrath.

This had inflicted fear on the populace who feared a fresh escalation of bloodshed as bodies were found dumped in the streets on a nearly daily basis and with no fewer than 200 people dying in the latest turmoil and 200,000 others fleeing the country.

International communities including the head of the UN, the US and the Hague-based International Criminal Court, had raised alarm against the government policies which could result to mass violence.



By: Temitope Bamidele


ivory coast president


President Alassane Ouattara has won his second five-year term with a total percent vote of 83.66. The Presidential poll took place on Sunday. Ouattara who is 73-years-old gained almost 84% of ballots in the first round of polls on Sunday.


Despite calls for a boycott by some opposition candidates, more than half of the voters turned out. Ouattara has a record of having revived the country's war-scarred economy. Critics accused him of creeping authoritarianism. Ex-prime minister was Ouattara's major challenger who gained just 9.29% of ballots. The voting exercise won praises from observers as they said it was fair and peaceful. Ouattara has promised to reform the Constitution and submit the changes to a public referendum.


By Chika Jones



Polling stations have been opened today for Argentines to begin casting their votes for a new President. This election is said to bring an end to 12 years under power-couple; Nestor and Cristina Kirchner. Their heir apparent, Buenos Aires Provincial Governor Daniel Scioli, is poised to come out on top, polling ahead of rival and Buenos Aires, Mayor Mauricio Macri.



Under Argentine electoral law, in order to win in a first-round Presidential vote, a candidate must claim more than 45 percent of the vote, or at least 40 percent with a margin of 10 points over the runner-up.



The Polling stations will remain open until 6:00 pm (2100 GMT), and results are expected to come out within three hours.


By Kindness Okoli

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