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Litigations after elections hamper smooth governance in Nigeria – Jonathan

Litigations after elections hamper smooth governance in Nigeria – Jonathan

By Amos Akioma, Yenogoa
Former President Goodluck Jonathan at the weekend  advised Bayelsa leaders to make sure that they settle every difference that may arise from election matters instead of going to the courts after elections.
Jonathan was speaking  in Yenagoa  during  a dinner to mark the one year anniversary of governornor  Douye Diri.
The former president noted that the series of litigations that emanated after the November, 16, 2019 governorship election really hampered governance in the state.
Disclosing that democracy was still okay considering the number of litigations that the state had after the election, Jonathan said ” With Bayelsa’s instance,  the number of cases that got to the supreme Court shows that democracy is still  very okay.
“In Nigeria, as you are preparing for election, you are also preparing for court cases. And it is not  the right thing to do.
“Leaders of Bayelsa must come up and take some responsibilities. I believe that politicians are becoming a little rascally.
“Leaders should step in and take charge  whenever things are getting out of hand.
“When certain things are getting out of hand, we should settle it. As election approaches I encourage the leader to play their role. Subsequently we should know when election starts and when it ends.
“Somebody will serve for four to eight years and another person will take over. We should not kill ourselves. The former president said.” He said.
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