2023: “Please Ask Buhari To Conduct Free And Fair Elections” – Wike Tells UN

It has been reported that the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has urged the United Nations and other world bodies to mount pressure on the President Muhammadu Buhari, to conduct a free and fair elections in 2023.

According to reports, the Governor disclosed this during a Working visit by the United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Edward Kallon, at the Government House in Port Harcourt.

According to him, “In all our activities, we always operate democratically. In the last two Local Government elections we have had, we had inclusiveness of women not only as Vice Chairmen, but also councillors.”

Wike disclosed that, “We believe strongly that we have to support democratic institutions in Nigeria, and demonstrate it here in Rivers State, where we have the opportunity to do it, and also to develop strong institutions in education, health, infrastructure and in human capital development.”

The Governor made it known that, “Like you have rightly said, this country has a good role to play in the West African scene. We are condemning what is happening in Guinea. We spoke against what is happening in Mali so we have to demonstrate it here. We cannot allow this country to go into 2023 elections, without the electronic voting passed as a Bill; we cannot.”

While pleading with the United Nations, Wike said that, “Please, use whatever advocacy level you can use. I think this is the time to speak loud and clear, because the stability of a democratic nation all over the world is based on its electoral process. And if the electoral process continues to be insincere and continues to be non-transparent, there cannot be any peace.”


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