President Muhammadu Buhari has won his re-election bid as he polled 15.1 million votes to defeat his closest rival, Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party in the presidential poll conducted on the 23rd of February. But what does this re-election mean for investor confidence? Gbite Oduneye, Founder and CEO of A&O Acquisitions joins CNBC Africa for more.
In the wee hours of the day, Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission announced the results of Nigeria's presidential elections that were held on Saturday the 23rd of February after two days of counting the results.
The Independent Electoral Commission has resumed announcement of the results of Nigeria’s Presidential election. Meanwhile, the main opposition party, The People’s Democratic Party has rejected the results of both the presidential and National Assembly elections. Evans Ufeli, Constitutional Lawyer and Rights Advocate joins CNBC Africa to critique Nigeria’s electioneering process.
International observer former Vice-President of The Gambia Fatoumata Tambajang shares her views on the Nigerian elections.
Oludayo Tade, University of Ibadan The presidency of Muhammadu Buhari continues to lay claim to achievements in the fight against corruption in Nigeria as well as the war against Boko Haram. But its...