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Atiku Applauds Senegal’s Democracy Lesson

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Against the backdrop of recent military interventions in West Africa, the election of Bassirou Diomaye Faye as Senegal’s President-elect on March 24, 2024, emerges as a beacon of hope for constitutional democracy in the region.

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar commends Senegal’s electoral process, emphasizing the vital lessons it offers.

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It reaffirms that democracy, rooted in the supremacy of the ballot, stands as the pinnacle of governance.

The Senegal experience showcases that with a robust electoral framework and adherence to guidelines, confidence can be instilled in all stakeholders and voters alike.

Drawing a comparison to Nigeria’s electoral challenges in 2019 and 2023, Atiku notes the need for improvement within our electoral system, citing Senegal’s successful election as a testament to a credible and transparent process.

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The Senegalese election echoes Nigeria’s 2015 scenario, highlighting that opposition parties can achieve victory in a fair electoral environment, even against the ruling party.

Atiku reiterates his call for opposition parties in Nigeria to unite, forming a formidable coalition capable of effecting change and advancing national interests.

Congratulations to President-elect Faye! Atiku expresses hope that Senegal’s success will serve as an inspiration for the entire West African subregion, promoting democratic values and progress.

Source: @atiku

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