By Stanley Onyekwere Abuja
The Centre for Social Justice Equity and Transparency (CESJET) has demanded a written apology from the UK, United States, Saudi Arabia and other foreign bodies allegedly interfering in the forthcoming Nigeria’s 2019 election.
CECJET wants the apology to include an undertaken not to resume interference in Nigeria’s elections directly or indirectly using local or international groups or proxies.
CESJET Executive Secretary, Isaac Ikpa who briefed newsmen in Abuja, wondered at what point it became fashionable for the same US to become part of an axis of evil asking President Buhari not to seek re-election to serve Nigerians that are asking him to remain their leader.
It will be recalled that a national Newspaper had in its Tuesday August 14, 2018 edition published a lead story on its front page with the headline: “Pressure Mounts On Buhari Not To Seek Re-Election.”
Ikpa said CESJET count it as fortunate that the Federal Government of Nigeria has refuted the “fiction parading as news” which that story was reported in the news story.”