Nigerian Presidential Elections Will Delay No More
The Presidential and National Assembly election will be held on Saturday March 28, with the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections following on April 11.
Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan guaranteed the Republic of Nigeria on Saturday, March 22 during a presidential debate arranged by the NEDG (Nigeria Elections Debate Group) that future general elections would not be delayed any longer.
The general elections were primarily scheduled on February 14 and 28, but have been delayed for more than a month as a result of concerning security issues.
On Saturday, March 28, The Presidential and the National Assembly election will be held, with the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections following on Saturday, April 11.
“Let me use this unique opportunity to thank Nigerians today for showing much interest in the electoral process and to reassure Nigerians that elections will hold as scheduled by INEC,” said the President.
“The presidential election and the National Assembly election [will be held] on the 28th of this month, and the governorship and the state assembly election on 11th of next month,” he confirmed.
President Jonathan also frowns down on corrupt people who earn wealth in an ill manner and prompts the Nigerians to stop revering such people, making way for a brighter and more positive future for Nigerian citizens.