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Goodluck Jonathan calls for peaceful and credible 2023 general elections in Nigeria

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Goodluck Jonathan calls for peaceful and credible 2023 general elections in Nigeria

Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, has expressed his concern about the upcoming 2023 elections in Nigeria.

He stated that he is “a bit worried” about the potential for violence and division in the lead-up to the polls.

Jonathan, who was president from 2010-2015, highlighted the importance of peaceful and credible elections for the stability and prosperity of Nigeria. He urged all political actors to conduct themselves in a responsible and peaceful manner, and to reject any form of violence or hate speech.

He also called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and other relevant bodies to ensure that the electoral process is free and fair, and that all eligible voters are able to exercise their constitutional rights.

Furthermore, the former president emphasized the need for political parties and candidates to engage in constructive dialogue and to respect the outcome of the election. He urged all Nigerians to put the interest of the country above their personal or party interests.

He concluded by saying that the most important thing is to ensure that the election is free, fair and credible so that the winner will be accepted by all.

It is important to note that Goodluck Jonathan is a statesman and has always preached peace and stability in the country, he has also been involved in peacekeeping efforts in other African countries.


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