E Don Happen

Daily Story

Nigeria

Jonathan Vasta: There will Be No Election in Nigeria by 2023

A Former All Progresisve Congress (APC) party chieftain Jonathan Vasta said that, unless the current security situation in the country is addressed, Nigerians should not expected any election in 2023.

He further pointed out that if the government decides to go ahead with election despite the worsening security challenges across the country, such election can never considered credible.

Jonathan Vatsa in a statement in Minna on Sunday titled “As the nation bleed, can Nigerians have a credible elections in 2023?” expressed worries that the entire country is submerged with one form of insecurity or the other with attendant lose of lives and the government seems to have been overwhelmed.

“No part of this country today is safe, people are being killed like flies. They have abandoned their ancestral home for fear and have no hope of returning back soon”.
Vatsa, a former publicity secretary of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in Niger state believed that until the security problem is addressed and peace returned to towns and villages, any attempt to conduct election in 2023 under this situation amount to deceit.

Jonathan , therefore urged President Buhari to act fast so as to solve the insecurity situation in ravaging the whole country  “because the masses who voted for him in 2015 and 2019 can no longer sleep in their houses, they can no longer go to their farms. The country is bleeding and the poor people are most affected”, he submitted

LEAVE A RESPONSE

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *