US SECRETARY OF STATE, POMPEO CALLS ATIKU , REAFFIRMING INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY COMMITMENT TO ELECTIONS

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As the country prepares for elections tomorrow, the President has assuaged Nigerians that all would go on as planned and there is no need to panic! Speaking on the televised broadcast, the president has also reiterated on the need for a peaceful elections.

Speaking on same thing which is peaceful election, the major contender , Atiku Abubakar has told his “atikulators” that there is no need to worry and that the international community are so interested in this election.

Using his Twitter handle, Atiku said “Earlier today I received a call from US Secretary of State, @SecPompeo, who reaffirmed the international community’s commitment to free and fair elections in Nigeria. Wishing you all a peaceful elections, wherever you are. God bless Nigeria. ”

With this assuring statements from the major contenders and also the Peace Pact that was signed some few months ago, it has shown that the political contenders are desirous of eschewing all political violence and give Nigerians a smooth transition and Elections.

Jane Iwuchukwu

 

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