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Nigeria’s Labour Party releases timetable for upcoming by-elections

Boom RadioNG | December 28, 2023

Ahead of the forthcoming by-elections slated for February 3, 2024, the Labour Party (LP) has released its timetable and schedule of activities leading up to the elections for its contestants into Senatorial, House of Representatives and State Assemblies seats.

This was disclosed by the party’s National Secretary, Umar Ibrahim, stating that the collection of forms commences on December 28, 2023 and will end January 4, 2024, while the primaries will be held on January 7, 2024.

The party also pegged the fees for both the Expression of Interest and Nomination forms for the Senate at N1.5m and N3.5m; House of Reps at N1m and N2m; and House of Assembly N100,000 and N500,000.

 

It added that female Aspirants and Persons Living with Disabilities (PWD) Aspirants have been exempted from paying for the Expression of Interest Forms and to only pay for nomination forms.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had fixed February 3, 2024, for the conduct of by-elections after a few resignations or demise of members of the National and State Houses of Assembly.

These vacancies are across two Senatorial Districts, four Federal Constituencies, and three State Constituencies spanning nine States of the Federation.

 

 

Dolupo Balogun

Written by Boom RadioNG

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