Electoral Bill: Don’t overstep Buhari, Jega Cautions NASS
Professor Attahiru Muhammadu Jega, a one-time Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has warned the National Assembly against overstepping President Muhammadu Buhari over Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill.
Jega gave this warning yesterday while speaking at the citizens’ town hall on the Electoral Bill 2021 organised by Yiaga Africa and partners. BLUEPRINTS reports.
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He said: “With the way the provisions of the bill stands, the National Assembly should do the needful rather than contemplating overriding the President by removing the contentious provisions”. Information Guide Nigeria
“Any governor that manipulates direct primaries can manipulate indirect primaries indirectly”.
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