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Audu went to the election tribunal who nullified that election, and ordered fresh elections.
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Audu again contested against Ibrahim Idris, and again was defeated. In , Audu contested against a newcomer to the field, Captain Idris Ichalla Wada , and was defeated by another election allegedly fraught with fraud. The result of the particular election were allegedly announced while collation was still ongoing. This case has been on for twelve years and many say it was coined as an attempt by the ruling PDP to smear Audu's image, especially in light of the achievements recorded during his tenure.
He responded to these allegations, stating that while he was governor, the state received less than N million as monthly allocation, and that it would have been impossible to embezzle the N12 billion that the agency claims he did when he received less than N19 billion in total, yet embarked on many projects. Subsequently, he announced James Abiodun Faleke, a legislator, as his running mate. Audu died of a bleeding ulcer on 22 November , shortly before the Independent National Electoral Commission announced the Kogi State gubernatorial election as inconclusive.
He had recorded more votes than his opponent in the elections but due to the dilemma created by his sudden death, his party APC, chose the runner up of the primary elections, Yahaya Bello , as the candidate to replace him.
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Rise and fall of a state governor in Nigeria: a case study of the use of power by Abubakar Audu of Kogi State. Desmon Tutu. Retrieved 9 July Archived from the original on 23 November Retrieved 23 November Nigerian Biography. The News. Retrieved 16 October Retrieved 19 October Premium Times.
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The chaotic nature of the clashes, as well as the violence used by demonstrators, suggests that some shots the security forces fired may have been motivated by fear or panic. However, in several cases witnesses described police or gendarmes firing toward unarmed protesters.
I then saw the gendarme shoot him and it was only later, when I came back, that his mother told me he had been killed.
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Abdoulaye and I were trying to get home across the main road. There was a major confrontation …the population were throwing stones toward the police. Abdoulaye stood on top of a water trough to get a better view, to see where it was safe to cross.
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I then saw an officer taking a second shot, hitting Abdoulaye again, before driving off. Human Rights Watch interviewed three witnesses to the death of Boubacar Barry, a year-old moto-taxi driver who was one of two people killed in the Wanindara neighborhood on March A year old man, who still wore a bandage on his ankle from a bullet wound in the same incident, said:. I was standing with Boubacar on the main road — there were a lot of us gathered there. Suddenly, I saw the security forces coming toward us.
Boubacar and I ran down a side road, and I heard a burst of gunfire, and Boubacar was hit. There was a big group of us who tried to carry him off, but at that moment I received a glancing blow from a bullet on my ankle. A medical professional who treated Barry before he died said that the bullet entered his back and went up into his lungs, suggesting it was still ascending as it entered his body and was not a stray bullet fired as a warning shot into the air.
Human Rights Watch did document the death of one person and the wounding of several others from stray bullets fired into the air during protests that hit the victim on their descent. But because this happened the day after the funeral, everyone was scared it would happen again. Witnesses from the Hamdallaye, Bambeto, Wanindara and Matam neighborhoods said that, having chased demonstrators on foot into surrounding neighborhoods, security force members engaged in unprofessional conduct, including theft and vandalism.
A video recorded by a resident of Bambeto on February 12 shows gendarmes smashing windows of parked cars. A woman interviewed by Human Rights Watch in Bambeto described how a group of gendarmes entered the courtyard where several families live:. Once inside, they kicked over every single bowl of rice or sauce that was being prepared. They also smashed in three windscreens of the cars parked in the courtyard.
I was hiding inside the shop, but I peeked out and I saw the CMIS emptying out the shop into the back of their pick-up. They even took the TV that was there. They were wearing black, with the CMIS insignia.
Several family members of people detained during the demonstrations said they bribed police and gendarmes to free them. I negotiated with the commander to free him. Witnesses of demonstrations also said that some protesters used the political unrest to commit vandalism or extort passers-by. Several journalists said that men at improvised checkpoints stole their money and equipment. At least 50 people were arrested for alleged crimes committed during the protests.
A senior official at the Security and Civilian Protection Ministry, which oversees the police, said that police were only permitted to wear riot equipment when policing demonstrations or strikes and do not carry firearms. Several family members of people shot or killed said that they had filed judicial complaints over the deaths. On February 14, Gassama Diaby, the national unity and citizenship minister, promised justice for victims of violence during demonstrations.