We can’t set Nigeria on fire; save us from looming danger, disaster – Obasanjo to INEC

Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has admonished the Independent National Electoral Commission of Nigeria (INEC) to rectify alleged irregularities with the election and save the nation from any disaster.

The elections in Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria has been characterized with a lot of agitations all over the country after polls ended.

According to reports, the election was not free and fair as it was full of irregularities and rigging allegations against the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of Nigeria.

There are predictions of victory for Nigeria’s governing All Progressive Congress (APC) led by Bola Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu.

However, former President Obasanjo in a statement dated February 27, 2023 indicated that if the Chairman can postpone elections four days to election he can rectify the errors of last two days on the election.

“The Chairman of INEC may claim ignorance but he cannot fold his hands and do nothing when he knows that election process has been corrupted and most of the results that are brought outside BVAS and Server are not true reflection of the will of Nigerians who has made their individual choice.

“At this stage, we do not need wittingly or unwittingly to set this country on fire with the greed, irresponsibility and unpatriotic act of those who allegedly gave money to INEC officials for perversion and those who collected the blood money,” Mr. Obasanjo stated.

He continued: “Let me appeal to the Chairman of INEC, if his hands are clean to save Nigeria from the looming danger and disaster which is just waiting to happen.”

Attached is the full statement


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