2019: ‘Buhari Will Rather Lose Than Rig Election’ – Presidency

2019: ‘Buhari Will Rather Lose Than Rig Election’ – Presidency

By Wires Editor | The Trent on November 21, 2018
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government President Muhammadu Buhari, Paul Arkwright,
President Muhammadu Buhari arrived Nigeria after 103 days on medical leave in London on Aug 18, 2017 | Reuters

Femi Adesina, the special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, has on Tuesday, November 20, 2018, said that Buhari would rather lose the forthcoming presidential election than rig it.

Disclosing this on Tuesday, on ARISE TV, Femi opined, “I’m surprised that this president has been with you for three and half years and yet you do not seem to know him.

“If anybody would rig election or anything, it will not be President Muhammadu Buhari. He would rather even prefer to lose fair and square.

“He has even said it before that if the only thing he would leave as a legacy for Nigeria is free and fair election, he would do it.

Forget that the election would be rigged, that will not happen. “The Next Level is about deepening what is happening in the country.

It’s about consolidating on what has been done and what is been done; it’s about making progress and advancing on what we are doing now.

That is the sum total of it. “A lot of Nigerians believe in what this administration is doing, they have faith, they have confidence, they have hope that the administration will take Nigerians to the place it deserves to be.

“The work in progress will continue and if you look at the documents that were released, you’ll see additional focal areas.

“So in the next dispensation and by the goodwill of Nigerians who will re-elect the current administration, these three focal areas (security, economy and infrastructure) will continue to receive attention and there will be additional ones as you’ve seen in the documents.”

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