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Anambra Polls: Buhari Congratulates Obiano

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President Muhammadu Buhari has commended Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State on his victory in the 18th November governorship election in the state.

President Buhari also commended the people of Anambra State, other governorship candidates in the election, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, election observers as well as security agencies and other stakeholders, on the peaceful conduct of the election.

President Buhari in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, yesterday said, “the processes leading to the election and its peaceful conduct and outcome, have shown that our electoral reform is bearing positive fruits. This is very encouraging and I am determined to give Nigeria free and fair elections, no matter which way the results swing.”

He particularly expressed delight at the conduct of the candidates post-election results, describing it as “heart-warming and a renewal of confidence in the sanctity of the ballot which deepens our nation’s democracy.”

President Buhari urged INEC to improve on areas of logistics as the nation braces for coming governorship elections and the main general elections in 2019.

The President while congratulating Governor Willie Obiano on his re-election, urged him to rededicate himself to building on his achievements that endeared him to the electorate and swayed the overwhelming majority of votes in his favour.

President Buhari assured the Governor-elect that the Federal Government was ready to work with him for the greater harmony, peace and development of not only Anambra State but the entire country.


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