I’ll give Nigeria a legacy of free, fair elections – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari says free, fair and credible elections are the foundation of political stability and peace in any nation, assuring that he will leave a legacy of free and fair elections.

I’ll give Nigeria a legacy of free, fair elections – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari says free, fair and credible elections are the foundation of political stability and peace in any nation, assuring that he will leave a legacy of free and fair elections.

President Buhari
President Buhari

The President said this when he inaugurated the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council in Abuja on Monday.

He noted that the quality of elections since 2015 had continued to improve with declining levels of problems that had defined elections in the past.

“We have insisted that votes must count and have maintained a policy of non-interference in elections.

“INEC has so far since 2015, conducted fair and credible elections in 195 constituencies nationwide, which have been attested nationwide to be qualitatively better than previous elections.

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“Let me reiterate my commitment to free and fair elections. If there is one legacy I want to leave is the enthronement of democracy as a system of government. And for democracy to be enthroned, elections must be free and fair.

“That means citizens have a right to vote for candidates of their choice without intimidation in any form. I have warned INEC and security agencies to that effect.

“We will keep insisting that votes must count. Our campaigns will be anchored on our performance in the last four years,’’ he said.

(NAN)

4 Responses to "I’ll give Nigeria a legacy of free, fair elections – Buhari"

  1. Hon Vitalis Igboke
    Hon Vitalis Igboke   January 8, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    Buhari as you prepare to rig the 2019 general elections, you should better write your will and those of your collaborators now.

    Reply
  2. Hon Vitalis Igboke
    Hon Vitalis Igboke   January 8, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    See Jubril thinking that he is smart & can deceive Nigerians.

    Reply
  3. Paul Ochoche Benjamin
    Paul Ochoche Benjamin   January 8, 2019 at 11:30 am

    In the dream Land! How can this happen when you are bent on winning compulsorily?

    Reply
  4. Nuhu Shehu
    Nuhu Shehu   January 8, 2019 at 12:17 am

    We knows it.

    Reply

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