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Osun election: International bodies won’t be invited again

An APC chieftain, Moshood Salvador, who reacted to comments over Osun election credited to international bodies including the US, United Kingdom, UK, and European Union, EU, stated that the interference of the international bodies was heating up the polity in the country.

International bodies won't be invited again - APC chieftain, Salvador lailasnews

The former Lagos State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP now an APC Chieftain, claimed that the Osun election was free, fair and very peaceful and wondered why the international community wanted to cry more than the bereaved. According to him, the international bodies will not be invited to observe elections again if they continue causing problems.

“The international community should not make nonsense of all the efforts of the players at the Osun election; it is high time they stopped all that in this country, they should not come to Nigeria to created problems for us. Nigerians are wiser now,” he said.

“Boko Haram is there, and we have not seen much of their efforts to curtail their activities, we expect them to appreciate our efforts,” he added.

“They (UK, US) are just observers and we would not allow them to come and create problems for us because we invited them to come and observe, except they would not want us to invite them again,” he said.

“Osun election was another development in the life of our democracy; it is a fantastic development that Nigeria democracy has shown in the technicality of election decisions. Everything that was done was in line with the regulations of our elections and the conduct of participants showed that we are now democratically of age.

The APC Chieftain who noted that it was normal for anyone who had lost to get disgruntled, said;

“Losers must find excuses to justify their positions,”

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