MBF to Buhari: Finish strong, bequeath credible polls to Nigerians


The Middle Belt Forum, MBF, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to try and finish strong by bequeath to Nigerians a transparent and credible election in 2023.

The Forum noted that the present administration which gave Nigerians high hopes in 2015 failed to meet the expectations of the people but could remedy itself by ensuring that the coming elections met the expectations of Nigerians.

Speaking yesterday  in Makurdi, the National President of MBF, Dr. Bitrus Pogu said “the remaining days of this government should be dedicated to getting it right.

“The government must ensure that the votes of Nigerians count in the coming crucial elections, that is the expectations of all Nigerians.

“Aside ensuring that the coming elections are credible, free and transparent the government should also use this remaining time to ensure that the stealing of Nigerian crude is checked in order to address the dwindling revenue accruals.

“We want to see the government ensuring security across the country to enable Nigerians come out without fear to cast their votes.

“The present government owes it a responsibility to ensure that it tackles the lingering insecurity before the coming of the new government in May.

“Though this government has failed to meet the expectations of Nigerians, the government must bequeath strong institutions to the coming government to enable that government start on a good footing.”


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