Wike Charges Media To Pressure Buhari To Sign Electoral Act
The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike has charged members of the press to keep the pressure on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign the amended Electoral Act. Information Guide Nigeria
According to Wike, doing so would “save” democracy in the country.
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“Who are those to benefit more if the direct primaries is conducted? Who are those to benefit more if it is indirect primaries?” the governor asked yesterday in Abuja at the event “Gold Prize for Exceptional Leadership,” held by the ThisNigeria Media Newspaper. POLITICS NIGERIA reports.
“So, it is important that Nigerians should know why there should be electronic transmission of result in order to save our democracy.” jamb results
The Governor said that only when electoral processes are fair, those in authority can become accountable to the people.
“There is the need for all of us to still believe that this country must be united,” he said. “But, if we want to move forward, we must drop the issue of where you come from. We must drop the issue of where you worship.”
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