SENATOR EKWEREMADU TELLS PRESIDENT BUHARI: HAND OVER POWER PEACEFULLY IF YOU LOSE IN 2019

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Base on refresh drifting as the Deputy
Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has prompted President
Muhammadu Buhari to acknowledge in accordance with some basic honesty the result of
the decision should he and his gathering, the decision All
Progressives Congress, APC, neglect to win one year from now’s
presidential challenge.
Mr. Ekweremadu charged the president to copy his
ancestor, Goodluck Jonathan, who not just guaranteed free
furthermore, reasonable decision in 2015, yet surrendered control energetically.
He said this while talking at the parliament of the United
Kingdom, UK, where he conveyed an address titled ‘African
Governmental issues: The Dynamics and Lessons.’
Subtle elements of the address was made accessible through a
explanation by his Special Adviser (media), Uche Anichukwu,
on Friday.
Mr. Ekweremadu said his recommendation ended up noticeably fundamental owing
to the urgent and key parts Nigeria is playing in Africa.
The announcement cited him as saying, “Previous President
Goodluck Ebele Jonathan put Nigeria on the worldwide guide as
a main vote based country when he put in everything to
guarantee a free and reasonable decision, in which he not just lost the
presidential survey as an occupant, yet additionally enthusiastically
surrendered overcome.
“Truth be told, he called the occupant President, Muhammadu
Buhari, and praised him even before the
declaration of the last outcomes. What’s more, not one or the other
previous President Jonathan nor the PDP tested the
result of the race in court.
“In this manner, to whom much is given, much is additionally anticipated.
The onus is currently on President Buhari to in like manner give a
level-playing ground and show extraordinary statesmanship if
he and his gathering lose the 2019 presidential decision. That
way, Africa’s greatest popular government will additionally dig in the
culture of quiet and smooth exchange of energy from a
administering gathering to the resistance in both Nigeria and Africa.”
Mr. Ekweremadu cautioned President Buhari of the
outcomes of ‘controlling’ the 2019 decision. He
charged Mr. Buhari to initiate a free and reasonable decisions.
He included that African nations should bridle
innovative preferred standpoint in the entire discretionary process.
The announcement cited him further as saying, “Any endeavor
to control the 2019 decisions to the upside of self or
gathering won’t forecast well for peace and vote based system not just
in Nigeria, yet the whole mainland”.
“Essential as well, in the present time of innovation, I will like
to see the nations of Africa sending the most recent
innovation in voter enlistment, vote checking, and
declaration of results.
“We should guarantee that the procedure is adequately
straightforward and unarguably thus, with the end goal that washouts will see and
be persuaded that they lost reasonably. That way, decision
courts will be disposed of,” he said.
Mr. Ekweremadu exhorted African pioneers to regard term
limits, lamenting that “Numerous African pioneers don’t appear to
think about the theory of unavoidable losses, yet you can
never cheat nature.”
“From Zimbabwe under previous Robert Mugabe to Uganda
under Yoweri Museveni, Cameroon Paul Biya; Equatorial
Guinea under Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who has
been in control since 1979; Republic of Congo under Denis
Sassou Nguesso who ruled from 1979 to 1992 and returned
again since 1997; and not likewise overlooking Togo under late
President Gnassingbe Eyadema, who controlled the nation for
38 years and now under his child, Faure Gnassingbe, who
proceeded from where his dad ceased in the midst of rising
political strain, the story has not been charming.
“In like manner, the sit-tight stances of President Omar Hassan
Al-Bashir’s 28 years of age administration in Sudan, President Idriss
Deby’s 27-year run in Chad, President Isaias Afwerki’s 24
a long time old administration in Eritrea, President Paul Kagame’s 17
a long time old reign in Rwanda, and President Abdelaziz
Bouteflika 18 years in control in Algeria are soul-hosing.
“There are additionally rising sit-tight administrations in Mauritania
under Mohammed Ould Abdel Aziz, Burundi under Pierre
Nkurunziza, and so on. President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic
Republic of Congo, who succeeded his dad, the late
Laurent Kabila, in 2001, has declined to venture down after the
termination of his command. This has activated political
pressure and dissents in that nation.

3 Comments

  1. M

    Good update

  2. T

    Ok

  3. Y

    Good update.

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