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Sign Electoral Bill Into Law, ALDI Diaspora Charge Buhari

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By Lashley Oladigbolu

LONDON –  The Atiku Leadership Development Initiative (ALDI) in the UK Diaspora has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign into law the electoral act amendment for the promotion of free and fair election come February 2019. 

ALDI Director General, Hon Dominic Nwuzor (right) flanked by Director Diaspora Dr Wilson Diriwari, at the recent UK launch (pic.courtesy: Sam Asoluka)

Speaking at a recent press conference ALDI Director Diaspora DR. Wilson Diriwari called on all Nigerians at home and abroad to back plans to introduce biometric card readers.

These card readers will bring to an end any future election vote rigging, help identify and stop manual manipulation of votes and over-voting.

In the press statement signed on Friday, “ALDI Diaspora calls on the current administration which has brought economic woes, unemployment and lack of foreign investors in Nigeria to respect the rights of Nigerians by signing the amended electoral act into law in order to protect our democracy.

“ALDI Diaspora is reaffirming that the joint ticket of Atiku/Obi Presidential candidacy will return Nigeria to the path of unity, overcome security challenges and help improve the economy for all Nigerians.

Dr Wilson Diriwari, ALDI Director Diaspora strongly believes that the PDP candidacy of Atiku/Obi stand a better chance of upstaging theincumbent to move Nigeria forward from its current state of stagnation and retrogression under President Buhari and therefore urges all Nigerians in diaspora to throw their support and might in the realisation of ‘DIASPORA VOTING RIGHTS’ when Atiku/Obi come into government in 2019.

Below is a gallery of pictures taken at the recent ALDI Diaspora summit held in Central London.

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