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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Shock As Beautiful Lady Displays 'Madness' On The Road

A 'big' lady caused a scene along a road yesterday in Owerri, Imo state capital. The lady while agitating with herself on the road, made some remarks while pointing to her private parts in the public display.

An eyewitness user Ann Johnson, shared the clip and warned ladies.




While some attributed her case to ritualism, others who claim to know the lady said she's a "possessed" and mentally unstable person who walks around Owerri metropolis in skimpy outfits for many years now and that her case is not new.


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We Are Watching INEC Closely - Situation Room

Convener of the Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room, Clement Nwankwo says his organisation will continue to watch closely, the processes involved for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct free, fair and credible elections in Nigeria.

“INEC has a duty to be honest and transparent with Nigerians in the conduct of elections. That duty of honesty has been fundamentally breached, but we will continue to closely watch the process and will take needed step.”

In a statement released in the aftermath of the postponement, Situation Room, an umbrella body comprising of several civil society organisations, expressed shock and disappointment.

He said the group would continue to keep an eye on the processes, especially so those sensitive materials already in the country are secure.

“This development (postponement) casts a cloud of doubt on INEC’s credibility and competence in conducting the election, but there is no alternative to democratic elections and we will continue to work towards successful elections in the country.”
He acknowledged that the postponement had huge economic implications on Nigerians, but called on them not to give up, despite it.

“There is no doubt that this postponement has imposed unforeseen financial and logistics burden on political parties,candidates, businesses and indeed the generality of Nigerians. We sympathize with Nigerians and urge restraints in the face of this sad postponement,” he said.

“Nigerians should not give up… We urge all eligible voters to come out on February the 23rd, and cast their vote. Nigeria belongs to us all.”

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I’d Be Worried If Men Don’t Make Passes At Me - Actress Uche Elendu

Actress, Uche Elendu, may be a mother but she still effortlessly leaves men drooling over her beauty. The single mother told Sunday Scoop that she was not in want of male attention and is willing to give marriage another try.

She said, “Of course, I am a very beautiful woman and I should get passes. If nobody makes a pass at me, then I’d be worried. But as a Christian, I do things right. I am mature enough to control things and make the right decisions.

“I am definitely willing to give marriage another shot. From my first marriage, I learnt not to be in a hurry to do anything. Don’t be in a haste to jump into marriage; you should really take your time to make sure that you’re with the right person and you’re both compatible.
I got married to a very wonderful man but I guess we were not compatible. Don’t just get married because everybody else is doing that, or based on a person’s good looks and money.

Ex-Governor Igbinedion's Son Dies In Accident

Former Governor of Edo state, Lucky Igbinedion, lost his second son, Osaretin, to the cold hands of death this morning February 16th. According to family sources, Osaretin died in a fatal accident in Dallas. He was driving with his cousin, Esosa Oyemwense, when they collided with an 18-wheeler at about 3am. They both died.


Osaretin graduated from the University of Pittsburgh's College of Business Administration with a degree in marketing, and a minor in economics. He also bagged a Masters degree in International Management from the Northeastern University.

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Governor Okowa's Aide Shot Dead In Delta (Photo)

Unknown gunmen on Friday night shot dead Mr. Ngozi Ijei, a special adviser to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State and his driver, at Ekpan, Uvwie local government area of the state.

According to sources, he was shot around Niger Cat area, off NPA expressway in Ekpan. The killing of Ijei has sparked fear and tension in the area.

Sources told The Nation that Ijei was shot dead by yet unidentified assailant, who left him in the pool of his blood afterwards. “Gunmen who probably trailed him to the scene opened fire on a silver color Toyota Camry. He and his driver died on the spot. We heard that huge sum of money was removed from the car, but nobody knows for certain,” a source said.

His supporters, The Nation gathered, have sworn to launch reprisals on those they suspect of having engineered the killing. 

Ngozi was standing trial for some crimes when he was released from prison and appointed SA on Community and Youth Affairs to the Governor. His murder is the latest in a bloody chapter which has seen a spike in insecurity in Ekpan and Jakpa Road areas of Uvwie LGA.

No fewer than six persons were killed in the area in the last couple of weeks in the latest upsurge of violence before the botched February 16 general elections.  

Governor Okowa yesterday condemned in strong terms the killing of Ijei. In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Charles Aniagwu, he said he was deeply saddened by the development.

“On behalf of the government and people of Delta State, I mourn the death of Mr. Lawrence Ngozi Ijei, who was my aide until his untimely demise. I condole with his wife and family and urge security agencies to investigate the unfortunate incidence with a view to bringing the perpetrators to justice,” the governor said. 

“We have alerted the security agencies of some disturbing security situation in parts of the state and wonder what they are doing because this information has been available to them. We urge Deltans to remain peaceful and maintain the existing peace we have built in the last three and half years,” he added.

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US Reacts To Postponement Of Nigeria's Elections

The US consulate in Nigeria has reacts to the postponement of Nigeria's February 16 General Elections. In a statements from the US Consulate General to Nigeria, he said 'US encourage Nigerians to ensure free, fair and credible election by supporting the INEC while it finalizes electoral preparations'.

The U.S. Embassy fully supports the joint statement by the heads of the ECOWAS and other international election observation missions on the postponement of the February 16 Nigerian elections.

We join in encouraging all Nigerians to ensure a free, fair, peaceful, and credible election by supporting the Independent National Electoral Commission while it finalizes electoral preparations this week and by voting in peace together on February 23.

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OMG! Children Burnt To Death After Maid Sneaks Out To Visit Boyfriend

A Nigerian family has been left bereaved after three children were burnt to death in a domestic fire outbreak. It was gathered that the children were killed in the house fire which was reportedly caused by a candle on Friday night.

According to Facebook user Chuks Nonso, the children's father was at work (night shift) while the mother went for a vigil and the housemaid who was assigned to take care of the children - allegedly sneaked out of the home to be with her boyfriend.

The children were burnt beyond recognition as help couldn't come their way on time.

According to reports, the heartbroken couple are set to bury the charred remains of their children soon. How sad! 

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What INEC Chairman Is Doing To Make Sure Election Hold

The Independent National Electoral Commission, on Saturday, blamed the postponement of the presidential and National Assembly elections on bad weather which affected flight operations.

The commission, however, said the decision was not due to security reasons, paucity of funds or influence of some external factors.

The chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, said
in Abuja during a meeting with stakeholders, including a former Head of State, Gen Yakubu Gowon, that all will be done to make sure elections hold next Saturday.

Yakubu also told the stakeholders that the commission faced “what may well be attempts to sabotage our preparations.”

He said, “I must emphasise that all the ballot papers and result sheets were ready before the elections despite the very tight legal timeframe for finalising the nomination of candidates and dealing with the spate of legal challenges that accompanied them. In this regard, the commission has been sued or joined in over 640 court cases arising from the nomination of candidates.

“As of today, there are 40 different court orders against the commission on whether to add or drop candidates. The net effect of these is that there is usually roughly a one-month window for the commission to print ballot papers and result sheets, and either fly or transport them by road to several destinations until they finally get to each polling unit.

“Unfortunately, in the last one week, flights within the country have been adversely affected by bad weather. For instance, three days ago, we were unable to deliver materials to some locations due to bad weather. We therefore had to rely on slow-moving long haulage vehicles to locations that can be serviced by air, in spite of the fact that we created five zonal airport hubs in Abuja (North-Central), Port Harcourt (South-South and South-East), Kano (North-West), Maiduguri and Yola (North-East) and Lagos (South-West) to facilitate the delivery of electoral logistics.”

The INEC boss added, “Apart from these logistical challenges, we also faced what may well be attempts to sabotage our preparations. In a space of two weeks, we had to deal with serious fire incidents in three of our offices in the Isiala Ngwa South Local Government Area of Abia State; Qu’an Pan LGA of Plateau State and our Anambra State office at Awka.

“In all three cases, serious disruptions were occasioned by the fire, further diverting our attention from regular preparations to recovery from the impact of the incidents. In Isiala Ngwa South, hundreds of PVCs were burnt, necessitating the recompiling of the affected cards and reprinting in time to ensure that the affected voters are not disenfranchised. I am glad that all the cards were quickly reprinted and made available for collection by their owners.

“In Qu’an Pan LGA, our entire office was razed, destroying all the materials prepared for the elections – printed register of voters, ballot boxes, voting cubicles and several generators. Registration areas and over I00 polling units were affected by the fire. We recovered quickly and have since replaced everything destroyed. In addition, we secured a suitable building to conduct the elections.

“Perhaps, the most serious was the fire incident in our Anambra State office at Awka, which destroyed over 4,600 Smart Card Readers being prepared for the elections. These Card Readers take at least six months to procure. Despite this setback, we have practically recovered from this by mopping up every available ones.”

Reacting to the demand by Oshiomhole, the INEC boss said he had apologised to Nigerians on the shortcomings of the commission, adding that the commission was still comfortable that the election would go on until the early hours of Saturday.

According to him, INEC tried getting the support of private airlines to assist in delivering the materials, lamenting that it did not just turn out as planned given the bad weather.

Yakubu said campaigns and distribution of Permanent Voter Cards had closed.

“Despite the postponement of the general elections by one week, campaign and distribution of PVCs remain closed,” he stated.

Speaking on the issue of diaspora voting, he said the commission had already submitted a bill before the National Assembly to allow two categories of Nigerians to vote – those serving the military outside the country and diplomats on foreign missions.

INEC writes RECs, recalls smart card readers 
Also, INEC has sent a letter to all its 37 Resident Electoral Commissioners, asking them to return the card readers in their possession for reconfiguration.

It said the action followed the rescheduling of elections.

The Secretary of the commission, Mrs Oriaran-Anthony, gave the directive on behalf of the commission in her letter with reference INEC/SEC/442/VOL.1 and dated February 16.

The letter was titled ‘recall of all smart card readers (SCRs) to state offices’.

It read, “Following the postponement of the 2018 general elections from 16 February and 2nd March, 2019 to 23rd and 9th March, 2019, the commission has directed that all Smart Card Readers, earlier deployed to the local government areas, should be recalled immediately for reconfiguration.
“Please, accept the assurances of the commission’s highest regards always.”

INEC requires five days to reconfigure card readers 
A source in the commission told The Punch that the card readers were configured to accept and process data from 8am to 8pm on Saturday, February 16.

“The card readers have been programmed to accept data on Saturday, February 16. The cards were configured to shut down automatically at 8pm on Saturday. When the chairman (Yakubu) wanted to shift the election to Monday, the ITC (Information Technology Centre) informed him that it would take them (officials) five days to reconfigure about 180,000 card readers for another day.

“That was why the chairman could not postpone the elections to Monday, February 18; that was what he wanted to do. It was a very tough decision for him to agree to shift the election by a week,” he added.

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El-Rufia Lied Over Killing Of 66 People In Kaduna — CAN, NEMA

The Kaduna State Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria on Saturday dismissed claims by Governor Nasir el-Rufai that 66 persons were killed by gunmen in the Kajuru Local Government Area of the state.

The CAN Chairman in the state, Rev. Joseph Hayab, who stated this in a statement, insisted that the governor deliberately gave out the wrong information to deceive people and stir up violence in the state.

The statement read, “The press statement by the spokesman for Kaduna State Governor, Mr Samuel Aruwan, suggests that “the killings in Kajuru Local Government were carried yesterday (Friday) 15/2/2019. This is false in its entirety.

“We are aware that the incident happened in the late hours of Sunday 10 February to February 12, 2019, at about 1am at Gindin Gada in the Maro Ward of Kajuru Local Government, Kaduna State where unidentified hoodlums went into the village and killed about 11 people in their sleep.

“The incident led to reprisals. Two of the suspects were said to have been apprehended and handed over to the Divisional Police Officer in the area. It was in the afternoon of the said date of the attack (as contained in the press statement) that the District Head of Kufana, Mr Titus Dauda, and four of his local chiefs were released after their invitation by the Department of State Services.

“We see this as an illogical intentional, premeditated attempt at stirring violence in the state for whatever expected gains. The incidence of raising false alarm by the Kaduna State Government should make Nigerians realise that some of our leaders are also guilty of hate speech and that makes them major actors in the game that has denied us peace and has claimed the lives of our love ones.’’

Senator Shehu Sani Reacts
The senator representing Kaduna Central senatorial district whose constituency covered the affected local government, Shehu Sani, also wondered why the incident that happened on Sunday would be made an issue on the eve of the general elections.

“He said, “What the people of the area told me was that the issue happened since Sunday and the security agencies waded in and resolved it immediately. There was no tension that can threaten peace in the area.

Sani added that the people were ready to vote and refused to be provoked despite desperate attempts by some people to instigate them.

NEMA Dismissed El-Rufai's Claim
Also, the Zonal Coordinator, North-West office of the National Emergency Management Agency, Mr. Ishaya Chonoko, told The Punch in a telephone interview on Saturday that there were no fresh killings in Kajuru LGA on Friday as claimed by the governor.

He attributed the wrong information to the activities of those he described as “unpatriotic Nigerians” who were out to take advantage of the general elections to instigate violence in the state.

Chonoko said, “It is not true that 66 people were killed in Kaduna State. I am in Kaduna now and I can confirm to you that I am not aware of any 66 people that were killed in Kajuru Local Government Area by any unknown gunmen.

“There was an attack last week (Sunday) where 11 people were said to have been killed. It was the usual tribal clash between the Fulani and the indigenes. Anytime there is a clash between two tribes in Kaduna, there is usually reprisal.

“We made necessary contacts only to discover that it was merely a rumour to instigate violence. Please disregard it. It is not true at all.”

A resident of the area, Josiah Joshua, also said that the governor was economical with the truth by claiming that only the Fulani were killed in the attacks.

He said, “The incident happened in the Kajuru LGA and 90 per cent of the residents are Adara tribe and not Fulani. The governor’s claims that Fulani were killed were not true.”

Police Have No Information
The state Police Spokesman, DSP Yakubu Sabo, refused to comment on the incident when contacted by The Punch on Saturday.

He said, “I cannot speak on the issue for now because the Commissioner of Police in charge of the state command will address the press at the appropriate time.”

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Geek Trivia: Which Major Video Game Company Also Owned A Major League Baseball Team?

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Election Postponement: INEC Apologises To Nigerians

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has apologised to Nigerians for the last minute postponement of the 2019 general election by one week, saying it was in the interest of all Nigerians.

The electoral umpire also took responsibility for  any inconveniences the postponement might have caused.  Chairman of the Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, tendered the apology while addressing stakeholders in Abuja on Saturday.

The INEC chairman had at the early hours of Saturday announced the postponement of the elections, bare four hours to its commencement.


Giving a reason for the decision, Professor Mahmood Yakubu said the decision was taken after a careful review of the plan for the exercise. He said the postponement was neither politically influenced nor because of security concerns. He blamed bad weather and recent attacks on INEC facilities as some of the reasons.

“Following a careful review of the implementation of its logistics and operational plan and the determination to conduct free, fair and credible elections, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding with the elections as scheduled is no longer feasible,” he said.

“Consequently, the commission has decided to reschedule the Presidential and National Assembly Elections to Saturday, 23 February 2019.

“Furthermore, the Governorship, State House of Assembly and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Area Council Elections is rescheduled to Saturday 9th March 2019. This will afford the Commission the opportunity to address identified challenges in order to maintain the quality of our elections,” the INEC chairman said.

Dino Melaye Thanks God For Surviving Another ‘Assassination’ Attempt

Senator Melaye has taken to twitter to thank God in what he calls another assassination on his life. Melaye tweeted this yesterday!


Do You Know, Veteran Comedian, Baba Suwe, Is Dying & Abandoned By Colleagues

Veteran actor, Baba Suwe is dying! Inside sources say since his celebrated arrest and humiliation for alleged drug smuggling by the NDLEA, Babatunde Omidina a.k.a. Baba Suwe, has never remained his lively self again.

According to The Status, sources told them he is down with an unknown sickness.

Recall three years ago, Yomi Fabiyi brought the story to limelight, but many of his colleagues failed to help.

A Lagos based seasoned radio broadcaster (who pleaded anonymity) to The Status, informed The Status that no one among Baba Suwe’s friends and professional colleagues was willing to help solve his challenge.


Prodded to expatiate, the radio man who claimed he had personally called out such big names like Oga Bello, Jide Kosoko, Dele Odule, Mr. Latin and others on the comedian’s present sorry state, stated that he felt they were running away from Baba Suwe not because he was not good to them but because they are selfish in nature.

"Baba Suwe is a good man. None of his people can say he is bad. And they are not helping him not because he behaved badly to them. They are not helping him because they care only about their family. That’s the nature of our actors, there is no exception. Imagine the caliber of people I told you I had spoken to about Baba Suwe’s case, yet none looks his way yet. But if, God forbid, he dies from the problem, they would be all over the place eulogising his qualities which they helped killed by their lack of empathy," the broadcaster notes.

PHOTOS: Why Leave Corpers Sleeping On The Floor Like This?

Why many were sleeping at home on Friday night, hoping that the elections would commence by the time they got out of bed, corps members deployed as ad hoc staff were abandoned to their fate in various parts of the country.

While some managed to sleep on benches, others were “packed like sardines” on bare floor.

The corp members, numbering hundreds of thousands, were deployed to each of the 36 states for the presidential election initially scheduled for Saturday, as well as the other polls. Like has always been the tradition, they were to assist official staff of INEC in election activities, usually acting in supervisory roles in the various polling units.



But while INEC held a meeting that lasted well over five hours to decide on the way forward regarding the elections, members of the NYSC deployed were unattended to in some parts of the country, forcing them to find solace wherever they could: in cars, benches and even open fields.

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Lucky Escape! How Man Killed A Lion With His Bare Hands

A 31-year-old man, Travis Kauffman, has shared details of how he was able to kill a mountain lion with his bare hands while out running.

Travis said he had gone out for a hike when he started hearing some sounds and within seconds the lion jumped out from no where and pounced on him.

According to CNN, he explained saying; ”It was going up towards my face so I threw up my hands to kind of block my face, at which point it grabbed onto my hand and wrist and from there it started to claw at my face and neck.

“And that’s when my fear response turned into more of a fight response. Because I’m a recent cat owner, I know that the back claws are pretty dangerous when it comes down to an attack. And I was pretty worried about its claws just sinking into my stomach and groin area.

“I was able to shift my weight and get a foot on its neck... I stepped on its neck with my right foot and just slowly after a few minutes I thought I would be getting close and then it would start thrashing again and I had a few more scratches that resulted from those thrashes at that point, and I’d say another couple minutes later it finally stopped moving.

Rebecca Ferrell, who works with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, said “It’s definitely not something you hear every day. We know it sounds hard to believe, but his survival instinct kicked in and he did what he had to do.”

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Boko Haram Strikes Again, Kills 11 In Early Morning Bombing

The dreaded terrorist group, Boko Haram, has bombed a Mosque in Maiduguri, capital of the troubled Borno state, killing as much as eleven persons.

The commissioner of police in the state, Damian Chukwu, who confirmed the incident, said it happened around 5:40am. He said two suicide bombers, accompanied by a gunman, infiltrated the mosque located at Kushari village behind old CBN quarters in the ancient city.

His words: “On-the-spot assessment at the scene revealed that at about 0540hrs gunmen suspected to be BH terrorists & suicide bombers infiltrated Gwozari/Kushari in Polo general area, Maiduguri shooting sporadically & detonated IEDs strapped to their bodies.

“Eleven people including three bombers died while fifteen others sustained injuries and are currently hospitalized at the State Specialist Hospital Maiduguri.”

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Amaechi Once Asked Me To Bomb INEC Office - Senator Abe

The senator representing Rivers South-East Senatorial district, Magnus Abe, on Friday claimed that the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi once asked him to bomb the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, in Port Harcourt, the state capital.

He said this while rubbishing Amaechi’s claim that
he was working with the State Governor, Nyesom Wike against the interest of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

In a statement he signed, Abe, who is a factional governorship candidate of the APC in the state said: “I have received several calls this morning that the the Minister of Transportation Rt Hon Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi was on air this morning alleging that I am being used by Gov Wike to destabilise the APC in Rivers state.

“It’s unfortunate that the only time we met, at the office of the national chairman of the APC to try to find some working solution to crisis in the party, the Hon Minister of Transportation, Rt Hon Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi, spent over two hour abusing me, and calling me names.

“He did not mention Rivers state or the APC once in the course of his entire diatribe. The national chairman could not call him to order or remind him of the purpose for the meeting that day. Instead the party was bullied into participating in an illegality.

“Today, rather than discuss how we can come together despite our differences to mobilise Rivers people to vote for our party and our President, Minister Amaechi was busy telling Rivers people that I am being used by Governor Wike.
“Amaechi as governor worked with me and he is aware that several times he ordered me to do things that I considered wrong, or incompatible with my principles, I not only refused to carry out such orders but I always told him to his face that I would not do them and I never did.

When he ordered me to go arrange to bomb the INEC office in Port-Harcourt after the 2015 elections, I told him to his face that I cannot be part of any action that would involve violence and death because of politics. When he ordered the attacks on GDI at the time Governor Wike started GDI in Rivers state, Gokana was the first local Government in Rivers state that disobeyed that order, even though there were those hell bent on carrying out his orders in Gokana at time.

“So Minister Amaechi knows from personal experience that I cannot be used by anybody to do something I do not believe in. His refusal as a leader to accept responsibility for his actions is the reason the party is in this state. The bulk of the fight against Wike in 2015 was in my senatorial district, I led the fight in person from the front even in the face of clear personal danger. It is unfortunate that rather than face the real issues the Minister has continued to engage in name calling, inciting violence, and abusing those that can help to find solutions.”

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President Buhari Arrives Abuja From Daura (Photos)

President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived in Abuja from his home town in Daura, Katsina state, where he had gone to vote in the 2019 presidential and other elections. This was after the elections were postponed by a week by INEC due to issues with logistics.



"President @MBuhari has returned to Abuja from Daura, Katsina State after a sudden postponement of the Presidential and National Assembly elections by the INEC, scheduled to hold today (Saturday)," he media aide tweeted.

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International Observers In Closed Door Meeting Over Election

Following the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC’s) decision to postpone the 2019 General Elections, the international and local observers for the polls met on Saturday, at Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja.

The meeting, which had in attendance Commonwealth Observer team, EU Observer team, AU Observer team and ECOWAS Observer mission, and others, lasted for about an hour.

Some of the leaders of the local observer groups sighted by newsmen included Mr Clement Nwankwo, Convener, the Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room and Ms. Idayat Hassan, Director, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD). Others were Mr Auwal Musa-Rafsanjani, Executive Director, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) and Mr Samson Itodo, Executive Director, YIAGA AFRICA, among others.

Shortly after the meeting, correspondents approached the Head, ECOWAS Election Observation Mission and former Liberian President, Mrs Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, on what the meeting was all about and her reaction to the election postponement.

Johnson-Sirleaf, however, declined to comment saying that newsmen would be briefed later. "I cannot say anything now. We are still on talks. I will brief you later,” she said.

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