President Buhari hails INEC over Taraba election

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The Pcesidency has hailed the  INEC-organised elections at the weekend, in which three different political parties won.

A presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, who was commenting on the outcome of the polls said: ‘‘the President is inherently committed to the independence of the electoral commission in his belief that the will of the people shall be the basis of authority of government which is expressed through periodic, free and fair elections. He will do nothing to impede INEC.”

Congratulating the winners of the elections in Anambra central senatorial district, Ardo Kola state constituency in Taraba and Gwagwalada central constituency in the FCT, on behalf of the president, the spokesman reaffirmed that under President Buhari’s watch, Nigeria will record more free, fair and credible elections.

PREMIUM TIMES reported how three different parties won in each of the elections. While APGA won in Anambra, PDP won in Taraba, and APC won the Gwagwalada election.

The spokesman reiterated the president’s commitment to strengthening democratic institutions in the country, by ensuring that all relevant institutions in the electoral process maintain a high-level of professionalism and independence throughout the electoral process.

While commending INEC, security agencies, civil societies, the media and other stakeholders for their roles in the elections, Mr. Garba called on parties not satisfied with the outcome of the polls to heed the president’s counsel by seeking legal redress through constitutional means.

Source: ( Premium Times )

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