Citizens and Members Question Their Voting Systems’ Integrity

Amid news reports of irregularities in voting reports and a landslide victory from current the incumbent Secretary of State who controls the voting systems statewide, several citizens and members have stepped up to voice continued concerns that Federal and State officials are not doing enough to secure our elections this November.

Lagos appeals for cooperation as Land Use Charge implementation begins

Lagos State has begun the distribution of the 2018 Land Use Charge demand notices for properties across the state. The distribution which commenced last week ought to have been carried out much earlier in the year, but was delayed by a review of the Land Use Charge Act by the State House of Assembly. The review process entailed a repeal of the old law, public hearings and enactment of a replacement by the House of Assembly on January 28, before it was signed into law on February 8.

War On Veterans Affairs

Disabled Veteran who served on the Korean DMZ at 17 years of age is spearheading campaign with congress to bring awareness of deceptive practices within the VA still being perpetrated under the Trump Administration.

Free Petrol To Free Wifi: Big Promises In Little Goa

The Congress has promised students five litres of free petrol per month (if they hold a valid driver’s license), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has promised free Wi-Fi across the state and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has promised 24×7 uninterrupted power and high-speed broadband internet as Goa prepares for its first three-cornered electoral battle.