Nigeria's President and candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Goodluck Jonathan speaks with a campaign aide during a rally in Kano, Northern Nigeria, on January 21, 2015 . The February 14 vote is expected to be close-run, with the possibil ~ AMINU ABUBAKAR
Lagos - President Goodluck Jonathan has denied any involvement in the protests that turned violent in Lagos, where protestors were campaigning for his re-election, Naij reported.
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They were also calling for the removal of the Chairperson of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Attahiru Jega.
Property was damaged by the protestors as well as many people being injured with APC campaign billboards being vandalised.
The PDP has sought to distance itself from these actions with it's spokesperson, Gani Taofeek saying: "We are not involved. It is not the tradition of the PDP."
The removal of Jega as INEC chairperson is seen by many as a move that would bring chaos to Nigeria.
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