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Former INEC Chairman Jega reveals biggest danger to 2023 election

Former INEC Chairman Jega reveals biggest danger to 2023 election

Professor Attahiru Jega, has dropped his two cents regarding the 2023 general election.

According to a report by The Punch Jega identified politicians and voters as the biggest threats to the success of the February 25 and March 11 general elections.

He said this on Tuesday, February 8th, 2023, in Abuja while delivering a keynote at the public sensitisation on peaceful co-existence and the need to have hitch-free elections, organised by the Abuja National Mosque Da’awah and Welfare Foundation (ANMDWF)……………….CONTINUE READING

Jega noted that while politicians have the mindset to achieve victory at all costs, win elections and see electoral contests as a “do-or-die” affair, the electorate, even if they register, hardly make efforts to vote.

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According to him, it had been generally acknowledged both at home and in the diaspora that the 2023 general elections were the most consequential elections to be held, Daily Trust report added.

“As their impunity has remained unchecked, so have their criminal and fraudulent predispositions increased. This may constitute the major challenge to the 2023 general elections,” he said.

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