…INEC chairman should resign
By Kolawole Olayinka, Abeokuta
The National Tresurer of People’s Party of Nigeria (PPN) and National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), has condemned the postponement of Saturday Presidential and National Assembly elections by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Comrade Nwosun Sunday Favour, Ebonyi Central Senatorial Candidate of PPN and National Tresurer of PPN and Comrade Azeez Adeyemi stated this while briefing WESTERNPOST Correspondent for Nigeria electoral body INEC denied people’s there civic right last Saturday.
Nwosun explained that the postponement of the elections has shown that INEC lack focus and urging Nigerian and other stakeholders to be alert as we elected a new leaders for the nation.
“He said the postponement to us is a clear rape on the mandate of Nigerians who has decided the way to go come 16th February 2019.
“The whole facade is disappointing and saddening especially considering the humongous resources already expended on this project and my candid advice to INEC is to honourably resign having failed Nigerians”.
The electorate should remain resolute and conduct themselves properly while we study events and development as they unfold.
Nobody should be cawed or intimidated by anybody rather the will of the people must be allowed to prevail.
Also, Comrade Azeez Adeyemi, NANS spokesman said the postponement of saturday 16th february, 2019 elections was a show of shame, disgrace to the country, saying that other country’s were supposed to learn from the past.
He added that the sovereignty of Nigeria should not be toyed with by any selfish leader , saying that the unity of Nigeria nation should not be frustrated.
He opined that it was a shame and a bad signal to worldwide observers that the sincerity in the forthcoming elections was diminishing.
“The sovereignty of Nigeria should not be toyed with by any leader. Our forefathers fought for this, the unity of Nigeria nation should not be frustrated.
“Our position is that INEC chairman should resign. President Muhammadu Buhari should strengthen Nigeria security.”