• Ex-President Goodluck Johnathan Reveals Those Behind Election Rigging In Nigeria.

Goodluck Jonathan says bad politicians are behind election rigging in Nigeria.


The former president, Goodluck Jonathan, accuses politicians of grooming boys whom they use as political thugs during elections. 

Dr. Goodluck Johnathan ‘Former President of Nigeria’ 


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Ex-president, Goodluck Jonathan says that electoral malpractices and their ills in governance can be stopped through the adoption of the electronic system of voting


Not until the voting system in Nigeria is sanitized wrong people will continue to occupy leadership positions in Nigeria said former president Goodluck.

According to the report, on 14th-November-2019 the former president, Goodluck Jonathan, blamed bad politicians for undermining the Nigerian electoral process.

The Nation reports that Goodluck Johnathan Speaking during a book presentation, in Port-Harcourt the former president, accused politicians of grooming boys whom they use as political thugs during elections, in the country.

In his words, he said;


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While these politicians send their children abroad for schooling in the best universities in the world, they hire a group of boys and begin to groom for the purpose of undermining the electoral process.

He [Johnathan] further stated that electoral malpractices and their ills in governance can be ended through the adoption of the electronic system of voting not until then the bad politicians will continue to occupy the leadership positions in the country, He warned.

What the former president said about events occurring ahead of the scheduled governorship elections in Kogi and Bayelsa state as he shows concern.

In his words, he said;


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“Looking at what is happening now, we will have off-season elections in Bayelsa and Kogi states.
“The signals coming from both states are quite disturbing; the use of thugs, shooting guns already some people have been killed, when we have not even started the voting process. 
This needn’t happen if we get to a point in this country where voters’ card matter. 

Jonathan advocated for Nigeria to join the rest of the developed world in adopting the electronic voting system in the elections.

Meanwhile, as the governorship election in Kogi draws near, Muhammed Adamu, Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police (IGP), has warned that his men would not hesitate to bring down anyone caught making use of illegal firearms.


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According to The Nation reports that Adamu issued the warning while speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting for peace pact ahead of the election convened by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Adamu also cautioned politicians against acts that endanger the election process adding that on the day of the poll, anyone caught roaming without a reason would be arrested.


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