Presidential Elections 2019 in Nigeria
The Buhari Media Organisation has said that President Buhari has no reason whatsoever to rig the forthcoming election. The group said any fear by the opposition elements that President Buhari rig the election was mere conjecture.
Senator representing Kaduna central at the upper legislative chamber, Shehu Sani, has challenged any politician who thinks he is a saint to publicly declare his assets. He told them to stop hiding their questionable wealth.
The police command in Niger had deployed 1, 711 security officers to provide adequate security before, during and after President Muhammadu Buhari’s one day official visit to the state, which is billed for Saturday, January 19.
As Nigeria prepares for 2019 general elections, a report has emerged claiming that the manifestos of the two major presidential candidates, President Buhari Atiku Abubakar, do not have solutions to the recurrent herdsmen crisis.
The actual natives of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have declared that they will not vote for President Muhammadu Buhari’s in the forthcoming election except he decides to appoint someone from their place as a minister.
The tradition of holding public debates ahead of elections has gained ground in the Nigerian political space. Majority of respondents in a poll by Legit.ng says they will not vote presidential candidates absent at debates.