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Monday, 6 November 2017

INEC leadership will provode better results in 2019 than we saw in 2015 - UN

The United Nations has disclosed
what will happen in 2019 general
elections
- UN said it acknowledged that 2015
elections were largely violence-free
- It predicted that there would be an
improvement in the forthcoming
elections
The United Nations has suggested that
the 2019 general elections in Nigeria
will be free of violence.
Mohammed Ibn Chambers, the head of
UN office for West Africa, made this
known in a chat with Channels
Television.
Chambers said: "Let us not forget that
so far there have been some significantly
successful elections in this country by
the current National Electoral
Commission (INEC) leadership
gubernatorial elections, senatorial
elections, and other by-elections.
"I can assure you that, from what we
have seen so far, we are very, very,
confident that Prof Yakubu and his team
are on track.
"You do have in Nigeria, an election
body that has a good capacity. It was
demonstrated in 2015 to the admiration
of all of us. So we are confident that in
2019, the current INEC leadership will
deliver better results than we saw in
2015 and consolidate on its gains," he
said.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported
that former governor of Zamfara state
and senator representing Zamfara West
senatorial district, Sani Yerima said he
would contest the 2019 presidential
election on two conditions; if President
Buhari declines to seek re-election and
if Nigerians endorse him.
He reinstated his commitment to
support President Buhari if he decides
to contest the 2019 presidential election.

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