The Presidency on Tuesday welcomed endorsement of 2019 Presidential Elections, described as free, fair and credible, by 60 presidential candidates and chairmen of their parties, urging opposition to accept loss with grace and maturity.
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The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal has granted access to President Muhammadu Buhari and his party, All Progressives Congress, to inspect the materials used for the conduct of the February 23, 2019 presidential election.
The 2019 presidential elections may have come and gone, but the effects will be felt in Nigeria for a very long time. Apart from the 2007 general elections, the 2019 presidential elections is presently regarded as the worst in the nation’s history by a lot of Nigerians. The question on the mind of majority of Nigerians is, how can an electoral process that witnessed the highest amount of voter registration with over 80 million registered voters, voters card collection with nearly 73 million eligible voters and an election that was predicted to be the biggest in Africa’s history witness the lowest turnout in our nation’s electoral history according to data from the Independent National Electoral Commission. Turnout was just above 35 per cent of eligible voters.
At this moment of our country’s political journey, formidable ideologues cannot but say their takes on the future of the country, as silence or sitting on the fence is of no use to our beloved nation.
The Labour Party has pledged to deliver 16 million votes for President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 presidential elections
Bago told the News Agency of Nigeria in Minna that Buhari still enjoyed the love of eligible Nigerians.
The adoption was the high point of the outcome of the South East zonal caucus meeting held at the home town of the Minister for Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, in Uburu.