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#CELEBRITY GOSSIP: Actor Charles Okocha expresses gratitude after successful surgery in U.S

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Nollywood actor Charles Okocha a.k.a. Igwe Tupac has expressed gratitude to God after undergoing a successful emergency surgery in the United State of America.

The comic actor, who took to his Instagram handle @charles_okocha to express his gratitude to God and level of excitement, also urged people to get close to God.

“Thank God for a successful medical surgery, I went for a 5 days Vacation trip to California with my son.
“This is where I ended up my Vacation We all should all get close to God-Man propose God disposes.
“Tomorrow cannot promise you, never know what next. Am fine now God is the greatest #nunugang,” he wrote.

The actor shared photos from his hospital bed where he was recuperating on Monday June 24 on his Instagram page.
According to him, he is thankful to God for safe operation even though the initial plan was a vacation trip in the United States.

In 2016, after being hit by a stray bullet, Okocha had revealed how he survived a near-death experience which left fans and admirers in total shock.

The actor has contributed immensely to the growth and development of the entertainment industry by featuring in numerous Nollywood movies.
He has won many awards which include the Nigerian Entertainment Award for the best Comic Act
The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.”

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/
The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.”

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/
The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja, chairman, Presidential candidates Forum and National chairman of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (ABDA), Shittu Mohammed said political parties never agreed with INEC in any of the several pre-election meetings that results will be transmitted electronically. Mohammed described the report of the European Union Election Observation Mission released over a week ago wherein they alleged a lack of transparency in the guidelines of the election as “bewildering.” He said, “Having thoroughly x-rayed the 2019 election, and the unfavourable and hostile environment the election management body operated under, and the extant laws under which the elections were conducted, we have come to the emphatic conclusion that the INEC performed creditably well and we hereby unequivocally reaffirm our confidence in INEC for its performance against all odds in the conduct of the 2019 General Elections.” According to him, there were several innovations introduced by INEC which made the 2019 elections freer, fairer and more credible than what was obtainable in the past elections such as: the simultaneous accreditation and voting; the introduction of assistive innovations for physically challenged voters; and the Continuous Voter Registration which added 14 million new voters to the register He said the delay in finalizing the electoral legal framework and the eventual withholding of assent to the Electoral Act Amendment Bill deprived the nation of the much-needed reform of our electoral process which must be anchored on the rule of law. Speaking on the INEC server controversy, he disclosed that all political parties were informed that electronic transmission would not be deployed in the election. He said, “INEC informed all political parties in the election following the withholding of assent by the President that it would not deploy the electronic transmission of results since it would not be lawful to do so. We must inform Nigerians now that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was represented in those meetings and we do not know why they are heating up the polity with the server story. “We reiterate that the INEC server controversy is unnecessary. It is a plot to discredit the election as Parties agreed on a lot of issues with the Commission and those were implemented. It is worrisome that only one political party out of 91 is saying a different thing on the Presidential election while at the same time praising its performance on the other elections, especially Governorship, conducted by the same INEC

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/
The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja, chairman, Presidential candidates Forum and National chairman of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (ABDA), Shittu Mohammed said political parties never agreed with INEC in any of the several pre-election meetings that results will be transmitted electronically. Mohammed described the report of the European Union Election Observation Mission released over a week ago wherein they alleged a lack of transparency in the guidelines of the election as “bewildering.” He said, “Having thoroughly x-rayed the 2019 election, and the unfavourable and hostile environment the election management body operated under, and the extant laws under which the elections were conducted, we have come to the emphatic conclusion that the INEC performed creditably well and we hereby unequivocally reaffirm our confidence in INEC for its performance against all odds in the conduct of the 2019 General Elections.” According to him, there were several innovations introduced by INEC which made the 2019 elections freer, fairer and more credible than what was obtainable in the past elections such as: the simultaneous accreditation and voting; the introduction of assistive innovations for physically challenged voters; and the Continuous Voter Registration which added 14 million new voters to the register He said the delay in finalizing the electoral legal framework and the eventual withholding of assent to the Electoral Act Amendment Bill deprived the nation of the much-needed reform of our electoral process which must be anchored on the rule of law. Speaking on the INEC server controversy, he disclosed that all political parties were informed that electronic transmission would not be deployed in the election. He said, “INEC informed all political parties in the election following the withholding of assent by the President that it would not deploy the electronic transmission of results since it would not be lawful to do so. We must inform Nigerians now that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was represented in those meetings and we do not know why they are heating up the polity with the server story. “We reiterate that the INEC server controversy is unnecessary. It is a plot to discredit the election as Parties agreed on a lot of issues with the Commission and those were implemented. It is worrisome that only one political party out of 91 is saying a different thing on the Presidential election while at the same time praising its performance on the other elections, especially Governorship, conducted by the same INEC

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/
Sixty presidential candidates in the just concluded 2019 elections under the banner of the Joint Forum of Presidential Candidates and National Chairmen have passed a vote of confidence on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over its performance in the 2019 general elections. Election Ballot paper prototype produced by INEC containing the initial 68 political parties. The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja, chairman, Presidential candidates Forum and National chairman of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (ABDA), Shittu Mohammed said political parties never agreed with INEC in any of the several pre-election meetings that results will be transmitted electronically. Mohammed described the report of the European Union Election Observation Mission released over a week ago wherein they alleged a lack of transparency in the guidelines of the election as “bewildering.” He said, “Having thoroughly x-rayed the 2019 election, and the unfavourable and hostile environment the election management body operated under, and the extant laws under which the elections were conducted, we have come to the emphatic conclusion that the INEC performed creditably well and we hereby unequivocally reaffirm our confidence in INEC for its performance against all odds in the conduct of the 2019 General Elections.” According to him, there were several innovations introduced by INEC which made the 2019 elections freer, fairer and more credible than what was obtainable in the past elections such as: the simultaneous accreditation and voting; the introduction of assistive innovations for physically challenged voters; and the Continuous Voter Registration which added 14 million new voters to the register He said the delay in finalizing the electoral legal framework and the eventual withholding of assent to the Electoral Act Amendment Bill deprived the nation of the much-needed reform of our electoral process which must be anchored on the rule of law. Speaking on the INEC server controversy, he disclosed that all political parties were informed that electronic transmission would not be deployed in the election. He said, “INEC informed all political parties in the election following the withholding of assent by the President that it would not deploy the electronic transmission of results since it would not be lawful to do so. We must inform Nigerians now that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was represented in those meetings and we do not know why they are heating up the polity with the server story. “We reiterate that the INEC server controversy is unnecessary. It is a plot to discredit the election as Parties agreed on a lot of issues with the Commission and those were implemented. It is worrisome that only one political party out of 91 is saying a different thing on the Presidential election while at the same time praising its performance on the other elections, especially Governorship, conducted by the same INEC.

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presiden
Sixty presidential candidates in the just concluded 2019 elections under the banner of the Joint Forum of Presidential Candidates and National Chairmen have passed a vote of confidence on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over its performance in the 2019 general elections. Election Ballot paper prototype produced by INEC containing the initial 68 political parties. The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja, chairman, Presidential candidates Forum and National chairman of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (ABDA), Shittu Mohammed said political parties never agreed with INEC in any of the several pre-election meetings that results will be transmitted electronically. Mohammed described the report of the European Union Election Observation Mission released over a week ago wherein they alleged a lack of transparency in the guidelines of the election as “bewildering.” He said, “Having thoroughly x-rayed the 2019 election, and the unfavourable and hostile environment the election management body operated under, and the extant laws under which the elections were conducted, we have come to the emphatic conclusion that the INEC performed creditably well and we hereby unequivocally reaffirm our confidence in INEC for its performance against all odds in the conduct of the 2019 General Elections.” According to him, there were several innovations introduced by INEC which made the 2019 elections freer, fairer and more credible than what was obtainable in the past elections such as: the simultaneous accreditation and voting; the introduction of assistive innovations for physically challenged voters; and the Continuous Voter Registration which added 14 million new voters to the register He said the delay in finalizing the electoral legal framework and the eventual withholding of assent to the Electoral Act Amendment Bill deprived the nation of the much-needed reform of our electoral process which must be anchored on the rule of law. Speaking on the INEC server controversy, he disclosed that all political parties were informed that electronic transmission would not be deployed in the election. He said, “INEC informed all political parties in the election following the withholding of assent by the President that it would not deploy the electronic transmission of results since it would not be lawful to do so. We must inform Nigerians now that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was represented in those meetings and we do not know why they are heating up the polity with the server story. “We reiterate that the INEC server controversy is unnecessary. It is a plot to discredit the election as Parties agreed on a lot of issues with the Commission and those were implemented. It is worrisome that only one political party out of 91 is saying a different thing on the Presidential election while at the same time praising its performance on the other elections, especially Governorship, conducted by the same INEC.

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/
Sixty presidential candidates in the just concluded 2019 elections under the banner of the Joint Forum of Presidential Candidates and National Chairmen have passed a vote of confidence on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over its performance in the 2019 general elections. Election Ballot paper prototype produced by INEC containing the initial 68 political parties. The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja, chairman, Presidential candidates Forum and National chairman of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (ABDA), Shittu Mohammed said political parties never agreed with INEC in any of the several pre-election meetings that results will be transmitted electronically. Mohammed described the report of the European Union Election Observation Mission released over a week ago wherein they alleged a lack of transparency in the guidelines of the election as “bewildering.” He said, “Having thoroughly x-rayed the 2019 election, and the unfavourable and hostile environment the election management body operated under, and the extant laws under which the elections were conducted, we have come to the emphatic conclusion that the INEC performed creditably well and we hereby unequivocally reaffirm our confidence in INEC for its performance against all odds in the conduct of the 2019 General Elections.” According to him, there were several innovations introduced by INEC which made the 2019 elections freer, fairer and more credible than what was obtainable in the past elections such as: the simultaneous accreditation and voting; the introduction of assistive innovations for physically challenged voters; and the Continuous Voter Registration which added 14 million new voters to the register He said the delay in finalizing the electoral legal framework and the eventual withholding of assent to the Electoral Act Amendment Bill deprived the nation of the much-needed reform of our electoral process which must be anchored on the rule of law. Speaking on the INEC server controversy, he disclosed that all political parties were informed that electronic transmission would not be deployed in the election. He said, “INEC informed all political parties in the election following the withholding of assent by the President that it would not deploy the electronic transmission of results since it would not be lawful to do so. We must inform Nigerians now that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was represented in those meetings and we do not know why they are heating up the polity with the server story. “We reiterate that the INEC server controversy is unnecessary. It is a plot to discredit the election as Parties agreed on a lot of issues with the Commission and those were implemented. It is worrisome that only one political party out of 91 is saying a different thing on the Presidential election while at the same time praising its performance on the other elections, especially Governorship, conducted by the same INEC.

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/
Sixty presidential candidates in the just concluded 2019 elections under the banner of the Joint Forum of Presidential Candidates and National Chairmen have passed a vote of confidence on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over its performance in the 2019 general elections. Election Ballot paper prototype produced by INEC containing the initial 68 political parties. The Forum also distanced itself from the ongoing controversy on the INEC server, describing it as “unnecessary” and an attempt to “discredit the electoral process.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja, chairman, Presidential candidates Forum and National chairman of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (ABDA), Shittu Mohammed said political parties never agreed with INEC in any of the several pre-election meetings that results will be transmitted electronically. Mohammed described the report of the European Union Election Observation Mission released over a week ago wherein they alleged a lack of transparency in the guidelines of the election as “bewildering.” He said, “Having thoroughly x-rayed the 2019 election, and the unfavourable and hostile environment the election management body operated under, and the extant laws under which the elections were conducted, we have come to the emphatic conclusion that the INEC performed creditably well and we hereby unequivocally reaffirm our confidence in INEC for its performance against all odds in the conduct of the 2019 General Elections.” According to him, there were several innovations introduced by INEC which made the 2019 elections freer, fairer and more credible than what was obtainable in the past elections such as: the simultaneous accreditation and voting; the introduction of assistive innovations for physically challenged voters; and the Continuous Voter Registration which added 14 million new voters to the register He said the delay in finalizing the electoral legal framework and the eventual withholding of assent to the Electoral Act Amendment Bill deprived the nation of the much-needed reform of our electoral process which must be anchored on the rule of law. Speaking on the INEC server controversy, he disclosed that all political parties were informed that electronic transmission would not be deployed in the election. He said, “INEC informed all political parties in the election following the withholding of assent by the President that it would not deploy the electronic transmission of results since it would not be lawful to do so. We must inform Nigerians now that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was represented in those meetings and we do not know why they are heating up the polity with the server story. “We reiterate that the INEC server controversy is unnecessary. It is a plot to discredit the election as Parties agreed on a lot of issues with the Commission and those were implemented. It is worrisome that only one political party out of 91 is saying a different thing on the Presidential election while at the same time praising its performance on the other elections, especially Governorship, conducted by the same INEC.

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/06/2019-election-inec-server-controversy-unnecessary-60-presidential-candidates/

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