I’m Committed To Abuja Peace Accord – Buhari AssuresFeatured, Latest News, Nigeria 2015 Election, Politics Thursday, February 26th, 2015
Ayodele Afolabi, Abuja – The All Progressives Congress Campaign Office (APCCO) has restated General Muhammadu Buhari’s commitment to the historic peace accord jointly entered into between him and President Goodluck Jonathan, as a means to forestall violence during and after the forthcoming general elections.
In a statement released in London, United Kingdom on Thursday and signed by Malam Garba Shehu, Director of Media and Publicity of the campaign, General Buhari is quoted to have said that Nigeria was bigger than any political party or any individual, and that the country’s greatness would outlive any election.
“Despite the series of provocations by the PDP, through hate speeches and adverts being broadcast in the media, we call on our supporters all around the country to remain calm but resolute,” General Buhari said.
General Buhari also asked his supporters to ignore any distractions and remain focused on making the democratic process work, encouraging them to ensure that they collect their PVCs before the 8 March deadline.
The statement further emphasised that Nigeria was in a democracy, and that the greatest weapon each citizen has is his or her vote. He called on all his supporters across the country to go out en masse on 28 March and 11 April and cast their ballots.
“Your greatest weapon is your vote,” he said. “That is the only way to bring about CHANGE, not through violence.”
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