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US Election 2020: End Of The Road For Trump? Election Results Make A U-Turn (Details)



Joe Biden has expressed confidence that he would emerge winner .
With millions of votes to be counted, Donald Trump is looking to retain his seat as the united state president, but he has Joe Biden to contend with in a historic presidential election.

Votes have been counted so far with just 6 states to be completed. States that remain to be counted include Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona.

In United States, the winner of the elections is determined by electoral college vote. 270 is what is required of a presidential candidate to win before he or she would be declared the US president regardless of the popular vote.

So far with results that came in, Joe Biden is clearly winning with popular votes as well as college vote.

As at this moment, Joe Biden have amarsed 238 in the electoral college vote whilst 213 of the votes went for Donald Trump.

Joe Biden needs 32 more of the college vote to win the election, and he is fast picking up steam in Michigan and Wisconsin Together that’s 26.

Nevada is 6, that would do it but slow count.

In Pennsylvania there are 1.4 million absentees left to count.

As far as I can see is everying lying on Michigan.

Trump has a huge lead in Pennsylvania and a good lead in Georgia…

Heck he can maybe take Nevada…

It is a bit tricky to say who will win but Michigan is the key.

The report coming in from CNN is that Joe Biden has taken the lead in Michigan.

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End SARS: Nigerian govt reaches out to UK over sanction threat



The Federal Government, on Wednesday, revealed that it has reached out to the British Government over the threat by the UK Parliament, to impose sanctions on Nigerian officials over their roles in the End SARS protests.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, stated this while fielding questions from State House reporters at the end of the weekly virtual Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to him, the Nigerian government has reached out to present its own side of the story.

Onyeama also argued that lawmakers are not responsible for imposing sanctions.

“Yes, we have reached out to the UK government. The meeting that took place were Parliamentarians and they do not speak for the UK government which acts for the United Kingdom and they have also heard the side of the (Nigerian) government regarding everything that has happened.

So, we have been in touch with them and engaging with them. Of course, as in any democracy, the members of parliament are able to also able to air their view.

“But what is important, is that a balanced picture is made available to them, before they take any decision,” Onyeama said.

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