Abuja - President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday night reassured the international community of his administration’s commitment to credible and peaceful elections in 2015.
Jonathan gave the reassurance while addressing Senators and members of the diplomatic corps who joined him for the breaking of Ramadan fast at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
He emphasised that the 2015 General Elections would be so free, fair and peaceful that the whole world would be surprised.
"I know that one thing that is dear to your hearts is what the elections in this country will look like next year.
"But let me use this unique opportunity to reassure you. I am conveying this to my brothers, your heads of government, that our elections next year will be free and fair.’’
He said there were some members of the society who had lost their ways and allowed evil forces to take command of their faculties.
Jonathan also urged them to seek God’s intervention in the various challenges confronting our nations, especially nations facing civil strife, political instability, militancy, terrorism and financial crisis.
"As a nation with a large Muslim population, Nigeria joins the rest of the Muslim world to celebrate this season with fraternal solidarity and prayers for peace and security throughout the world.
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