Olusegun Obasanjo. (File: AFP)
Lagos - Former President Olusegun Obasanjo is insisting that a new federal government must emerge in Nigeria on May 29 in accordance with the country’s constitution, reports Daily Trust.
Obasanjo, who was speaking in Nairobi, said the constitution lays out how the new government should emerge.
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He stated that the federal government has no choice than to make sure elections hold as stipulated in the constitution.
He ruled out the possibility of an interim national government, noting that there is no place in the country’s constitution for such.
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