Obasanjo explains silence on 2019 presidential election

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday said that talking regarding the simply closed presidential race would add up to subjudice as the issue is as of now under the steady gaze of the court.

Obasanjo, who talked in Abuja at the open introduction of a book titled: “Decision in Nigeria: The Long Road to Democracy,” composed by Abdullahi Shehu, noticed that any race shy of respectability is a sham. He said that since the matter of the decision is in court, he would control himself from fiddling with the subtleties.


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He stated: “I contemplate it would move toward becoming subjudice since it has been prosecuted. I won’t fiddle with the subtleties of what I call current part of Prof. Shehu’s book in light of the fact that since the accentuation was on the general decisions, especially the presidential race that has been indicted.”

The previous President, who depicted the book as a near investigation of APC’s ‘Next Level’ and the PDP’s ‘How about we Get Nigeria Working Again,’ stated: “In the presentation of the book in which race is portrayed as the bedrock of a vote based government, current vote based systems and old decisions, not all races are really law based. The proportion of a just decision is that it is straightforward, reasonable, tenable and satisfactory.

“The issue is, who decides these results in the race? What’s more, that is the place the worries are about an economical majority rule government and if a decision is central and fundamental to vote based system and great administration, it must be free and reasonable.”

The book harped and articulated on the appointive procedures in Nigeria, including the components and conditions that prompted the annihilation of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2015, and how the APC botched the triumph.

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