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Fayose states INEC messing up democracy

27 July 2016, 19:39

Abuja - The Independent National Electoral Commission has been blamed for messing up Nigeria's democracy by Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose Punch reported.

Fayose referred to the way INEC handled the elections under President Muhammadu Buhari's government.

The postponement of the Rivers State rerun elections and alleged manipulation of the Imo North Senatorial Election showed dangerous signs of what the country should expect in 2019.

Also read: INEC ready to assist states conduct credible polls - Yakubu

Fayose has also called for national and international reflections into INEC and how they handle elections.

President Buhari has been told to be worried about the matter as his government has since been charge but free, fair and credible elections have not been visible.

This matter will affect Nigerians as the present government was supposed to put the matter behind them

Many times INEC has promised free, fair and non violent elections.

For more on this story visit Punch


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