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If You Leave Us Alone Democracy Will Die In Nigeria, PDP Begs EU

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Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday appealed to the European Union (EU) not to abandon the country, as doing so will kill democracy in Nigeria.
The party further appealed to the EU to continue coming to the country.

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Appealing to EU election observers, who paid a courtesy visit to the party, PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, represented by the Deputy National Chairman (South), Elder Yemi Akinwonmi, said that the party will make shocking revelations about 2019 election, adding that they have lost confidence in the electoral process.
The party warned that if the situation in the country does not change, it is doubtful if the next generation of Nigerians will witness democracy.

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The party lamented that what transpired in the 2019 polls was a mockery of democracy where the electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), was compromised and security agencies hijacked the process.
PDP said that despite Intervention by the international community, the Nigerian Electoral process has not improved.
The PDP boss lamented the nation is moving towards a failed state because Nigeria’s democracy is driving towards the despotic rule.

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Head of EU election observers, Maria Arena said the European Union will continue to assist in strengthening Nigeria’s Electoral process.
The visit to the leadership of the PDP was part of its consultations with stakeholders in Nigeria’s election process ahead of its presentation of the report of its observation of the 2019 general election.
They, however, said that a comprehensive report and recommendations will be presented today (Saturday).

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