I’m Not Desperate To Remain In Power – Buhari Addresses Amended Electoral Act Bill Controversy:Amid the controversies trailing President Buhari’s decline to sign the amended Electoral Act bill, he has insisted that he is not desperate to remain in power.
While talking in a generosity message conveyed for his sake by the Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, at the third crowning ordinance commemoration of the Olu of Warri, Ogiamme Ikenwoli, held in Warri, President Muhamadu Buhari, tended to discussions trailing him over his decrease to consent to the corrected Electoral Act.
The President who mollify his feelings of trepidation, unveiled that his refusal to sign the bill was not to energize control of the appointive procedure, demanding that he isn’t in any capacity urgent to stay in power against the desire of the general population.
He reaffirmed his responsibility to a quiet and straightforward process in which each Nigerian would be allowed to practice their casting a ballot rights.
Dr. Kachikwu noticed that the president never observes one year from now’s decisions as a ‘do or die,’describing him as a man who is like never before focused on great administration and tranquil conjunction of the country.
“The President as a harmony adoring man who emphatically has faith in the corporate presence of the country, has guaranteed severally (that he would) acknowledge the result of the 2019 general races dependent on his conviction that administration position is a call to serve the general population in whatever limit one is being chosen.”
He asked all Nigerians to be rest guaranteed of a straightforward law based process that would guarantee a free, reasonable and dependable process in the development to the 2019 general decisions.