President Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired) reiterated Nigeria’s commitment to stabilizing the country’s democratic institutions in Seoul, South Korea, on Thursday.
The President, speaking during a meeting with Mr. Kim Jin-pyo, Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, during the World Bio Summit 2022, announced the success of the recent off-season elections in Anambra, Ekiti and Osun states confirmed that Nigerians have approved a democratic form of government .
“We are proud that our patriotic people have the right to choose who will govern and represent them in various legislatures at the state and federal levels,” he said.
Looking back on his political journey, where he had attempted and court cases to win the presidency, the Nigerian leader praised the introduction of technology, particularly the use of permanent voter cards, which he eventually found success in the polls, while noting colonial Diversity brought by history Unlike South Korea, governance in Nigeria is not easy.
Declaring that due to its large population, Nigeria is trying to become self-sufficient in many areas so that she can also help other countries in the subregion, Buhari affirmed that good education and health “are essential to our state of development.”
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