• April 13, 2021

Nigeria’s Electoral Hiccups Stem From Non-Execution Of Laws – Ekweremadu


By Olivia Isibor (AGENDAWATCHDOG) – Nigeria’s electoral problems stem from the non-implementation of existing laws, says former Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu.

Ekweremadu who said this Tuesday, during a town hall meeting titled, ‘Fixing Nigerian elections’, organised by YIAGA, stated that Nigeria already had many laws made to regulate the conduct of elections in the country, but the problem was that most of the these were not being implemented.

The former Senate President, however, blamed the country’s electoral problems on the several hiccups the country’s electoral democratic transitions suffered for 35 years before the return to civil rule in 1999.


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