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Bayelsa Elections Was A Charade – Gov Seriake Dickson

Seriake DicksonBayelsa State governor, Seriake Dickson has said it was sad that INEC went ahead to announce the November 16 governorship election results “in spite of the brigandage and violence that marred the poll.”

The governor revealed this during the monthly praise night for November held on Monday in Yenagoa, according to a statement on Tuesday by his Chief Press Secretary, Fidelis Soriwei.

Seriake added that the election was a charade, and voting did not happen in Nembe, Ogbia, Southern Ijaw and parts of the Yenagoa local government areas.

He then urged the people to keep calm because the truth will be out eventually.

His words, “It is at times like this that children of the most high God should praise and worship even more. Don’t give up because you’re children of the most high.”

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Bayelsa is a state in southern Nigeria in the core Niger Delta region, between Delta State and Rivers State. Its capital is Yenagoa. The main language spoken is Ijaw with dialects such as Kolukuma, Mein, Bomu, Nembe, Epie-Atisa, and Ogbia. Like the rest of Nigeria, English is the official language. The state was formed in 1996 from part of Rivers State and is thus one of the newest states of the Nigerian federation.

Bayelsa state was created out of Rivers state on October 1, 1996 by the Sani Abacha’s military government. Its name was derived from the first few letters of the names of the major local government areas from which it was formed – Brass LGA (BALGA), Yenagoa (YELGA) and Sagbama (SALGA). Hence BAYELSA was derived from the letters BA + YEL + SA.

Bayelsa State has one of the largest crude oil and natural gas deposits in Nigeria. As a result, petroleum production is extensive in the state. However, the majority of Bayelsans live in poverty.


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