Will The Postponement Of Election Affect May 29? READ What Jonathan Has To Say

Following the postponement of 2015 elections, President Goodluck Jonathan has assured Nigerians that come what may, May 29 will not be violated.

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Quite a lot f people are thinking that with the adjustment in the dates of the general elections, President Jonathan might want to boycott May 29 which is the official terminal date for his ongoing tenure.The Nation reports that the president in a statement by the Dr. Reuben Abati made it known that shifting forward the February polls will not in any way prolong his tenure. In his words,  ” May 29 is, has been, and will remain sacrosanct.”

President Jonathan also admonish everyone concerned to take the adjustment of election dates in good faith. He said the electoral body has a responsibility to conduct credible elections in which every Nigerian of voting age is afforded the opportunity to exercise their civic right without any form of hindrance according to him. He implored that instead of shifting blames or making statements that might bring disunity amongst Nigerians, a great level of understanding and support is needed for a successful election process.

INEC’s decision President said ought not to generate acrimony since it acted within its powers under the law and in consultation with all relevant stakeholders.
He called on the international community, civil society and the electorate to continue to support the administration’s commitment to a free, fair, credible, and non-violent electoral process.

It would be recalled that Northerners revealed how they are not good with the recent shift in date of the 2015 polls.

 

Source: Naij

10 COMMENTS

  1. THIS BASTARD JONATHAN WOULD WANT TO TRY THAT. ANYWAY, I WON’T BLAME HIM. HE SHOULD REMEMBER WHAT HAPPENED TO ABACHA. DESPERATE PEOPLE LIKE HIM ALWAYS END UP IN A NAUGHTY WAY. IDIOT PRESIDENT

  2. Pls MC don’t wash ur dirty linins outside. Don’t tell me that’s hw u insult ur father at home, is Jonathan ur mate? Why calling him a bastard? Enough of all dis insults for d president. If u can’t respect him as ur father or ur elder brother, respect him as d president. Am nt happy that d election was shifted bt they knw d best and I think they want everybody to exercise their right to vote and to be voted for as many haven’t collected their pvc. Let them be, even if they shift it till december, what must be must be.

  3. May Thunder Fire anybody dat is insulting Jonathan. All of u are Boko haram Members and weather u stupid northerns want it or not, Jonathan is ur President. Jonathan abeeg Carry go jarri. No mind d idiots. GEJtill2019

  4. Dekings – Your brain must be worst than your English. Considering the fact that you had ample of time to think before writing such crap.

  5. I dnt care abt what Goodluck says,eva since He has been our president. What&what was he able to give Nigeria? We cnt be suffering&d pple in d presidency sit would be eating our sweat. Bye Bye to Jonathan We want Buhari

  6. Agumagu Erasmus the way you comment here has defined your level of reasoning,and the kind of family or home that you came from. And as for you Dekings,the way you are cursing people here had summarised your background and brought-up. Always respect other people’s opinions.

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