Nigerians Vote Wisely

The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Professor Attahiru Jega has since the postponement of the February 2015 general elections in Nigeria come under series of unwarranted attacks from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its faceless supporters. It is unfortunate that the very Government that appointed Professor Attahiru Jega is leading the campaign of calumny against him.

The GOODLUCK Lagos group and the Director General of PDP Presidential campaign organisation, Senator Ahmadu Ali have questioned the readiness of INEC to conduct free and fair elections; while the Southern Nigeria Peoples Assembly (SNPA) led by Chief Edwin Clark has called for the resignation of the Chairman and arrest on the grounds that he intends to rig elections in favour of the North. Indeed, men and women of integrity may in future reject national assignments, so as not to be rubbished by self-serving groups.

Nigerians have opined that the postponement of the general elections is just the tip of the iceberg of subterranean maneuvers aimed at rubbishing the image and integrity of Professor Jega so as to have reasons to execute the second phase of the agenda which include among others; removal of the INEC boss, bribing the National Assembly members to extend the tenure of the present elected officials to six months in the first instance and subsequently for a period of two years due to insecurity.

The PDP government has failed to realise that Nigerians are fed up with the rot and the decay that has continued to pledge this country. Unfortunately, those in the corridors of power who are benefiting from the system have held President Goodluck Jonathan hostage. The President is therefore, out of touch with the pains, frustrations and failed aspirations of Nigerians especially the youths. Instead, the PDP government has instituted mediocrity, impunity, greed, nepotism, primitive stealing of public funds, religious bigotry, indecorous behaviour, use of abusive language and elimination of political opponents. Nigerians have helplessly watched the locusts destroy our beloved country.

The 2015 elections therefore, is not about President Goodluck Jonathan or General Muhammadu Buhari. It is about the future and survival of Nigeria.

Nigerians use your Vote wisely.

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