Former National youth leader from People’s Democratic Party, Danjuma Sarki Bello describes electoral amendment bill legacy bequeath to the nation.
Written by News Room on March 2, 2022
A Former National youth leader of the People’s Democratic Party, Danjuma Sarki Bello has described the electoral amendment bill signed less than one year to the general election as a legacy bequeath to the nation, particularly the new clauses that are hoped would sanitize elections henceforth.
He spoke to Invicta news correspondent, David Vincent Ejeh, as more reactions continue to trail President Muhammadu Buhari’s assent to the Electoral Amendment Bill last Friday, as the signed document will advance democracy in Nigeria.
Danjuma added that the bill now an Act would create an opportunity for political parties to rejig their internal democracy towards electing credible leaders and calls on Nigerians who have attained the voting age to get registered with political parties of their choice and also obtain voter cards in readiness for 2023.
He applauded legislators for working with the President to achieve the feat, noting that the will of the masses must be held as sacrosanct if Nigeria should get it right in her political evolution and development.