African Peace Magazine UK and its strategic partners, The Centre for Peace and Conflict Management in Africa, Rethink Africa Foundation, African Fact Checkers welcomes the full accreditation of the APM to monitor and observe the 2022 Nigerian General Elections.
Nigerians will go to the polls to elect President Muhammadu Buhari’s replacement as he is serving out the second of his constitutionally permitted two four-year terms alongside the National Assembly Elections.
Eighteen candidates are jostling to succeed him as leader of Africa’s biggest economy.
The African Peace Magazine UK team leads a delegation ably led by the Editor-in-Chief in the person of Noah Ajare, Esq. and several others who had successfully monitored elections in Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Kenya last year.
African Peace Magazine UK gets full accreditation to observe the 2023 Nigerian National Elections and we have deployed our team in four (4) major zones in Nigeria and all over the country for on the spot reporting and live coverage.
The team accredited in the FCT includes the following championed by Mr. Noah Ajare, Esq. Acholem, Abiola Bibire, Waheed, Dr. Benedict, Barakat Yakubu and Kyenret C. Mimang, Esq.
The team that are accredited to monitor the elections in Kano include the following; Mashkur, Bello Sarki, Kaanayirah, Abdulrafiu, and Solomon Nkom. Lagos state is not left out as the following members of the magazine have been accredited to monitor the elections: Arinola, Mobolaji, Joy Ogwamghie, Temitayo, Elisha John, Emmanuel Omolasoye.
The last but not the least is Rivers, Porthacourt. Heavily represented by the following persons to monitor the elections; Queen-Esther, Egbo chinelo, Omega Buba, Olayanju, Muyiwa, Gift Othaniel and other volunteers some of which are Mr. Abdullahi Idris, Mrs. Agboka Akpodiete- Omale, Vanessa Audu, Taiye Illiasu, Amara C. Ezediniru, Mr. Taiwo Bankole, Mr. Chibuzor and a host of others.
The African Peace Magazine’s active participation in the elections will include on-the-spot live reports, massive interviews [Pre and Post-Election], to measure the confidence of the public towards the elections while collating the opinion of voters.
All eyes are on Nigeria, as the Country with a population of about 250 Million people goes to the poll. Nigerian has a diverse population and with growing youth demands. There are quite a number of about 52.2 million people aged 18-35. That’s about 28% of Nigeria’s total population.
There are 93.4 Million eligible voters as Nigeria holds her sixth general elections since returning to democracy in 1999.
The issue of currency change, fuel scarcity, insecurity and others are burning issues that might shape the elections one way or the other. The incumbent President has insisted that Elections must be fair and credible; he has assured Nigerians that he would leave that as a legacy.
According to Noah Ajare Esq. he noted that “Nigeria has the potential to be self-sufficient and truly lead Africa to her full potential of prosperity and unity”. He went further to state that “Elections are about the future. Defend the future of the country by casting your vote wisely and becoming a participant not a bystander, because your future is at stake and you cannot afford to throw your gold to the swine. Election gives opportunity to take stock, re-evaluate and decide on the best way forward. God bless Nigeria and Africa. Endeavor to stay safe.”
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Nigerians should shun violence, vote buying and all forms of electoral crimes.
We pray for a free, fair and peaceful transition of government.
African Peace Magazine