Over half of Nigeria's qualified voters, you will agree with me, are disenfranchised and live under autocratic or partly free governments and in consequence of this are denied full liberties and subsequently unable to participate in Nigeria's political life. Nigeria can not be said to be truly democratic until its citizenry are given the opportunity to freely choose their representatives through party primaries and elections that are free and fair.
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President Muhammadu Buhari congratulates President Alassane Ouattara of Cote D'Ivoire on his re-election for a second term in office.
President Buhari also commends the people of Cote D'Ivoire for putting the unity, stability and progress of their country above all other interests.
The President applauds the peaceful conduct of the election, which President Ouattara won with almost 84% of the votes.
President Buhari believes that the relatively high turnout of voters, despite calls for a boycott, was a clear testimony of the commitment of the people of Cote D'Ivoire to peace, unity, stability and progress in their country.
The President trusts that in his second term, President Ouattara will continue to do his best to foster national unity and faster socio-economic development for the benefit of all Ivorians.
He looks forward to continuing to work with President Ouattara to strengthen bilateral cooperation between Nigeria and Cote D'Ivoire, and accelerate the pace of economic integration in the West African Sub-region.
By Garba Shehu
SSA to the President(Media & Publicity)
The 55th Independence Anniversary Broadcast delivered today, October 1st, 2015, by President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, stands out as one of the most abridged in recent times, and which left a lot to be desired.
Chairman Nigerians in Diaspora Against Corruption,under the auspices of LaUdeze Foundation the Netherlands and Leader of Nigerian Community in the Netherlands, Chief Lambert Igbonugo duly commend the efforts of Buhari administration to obliterate corruption in the country. We can witness that within these initial efforts by the new administration Nigeria has started to recover her rightful place in the community of nations and by extension making Nigerian in Diaspora proud.
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