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2023: Ongoing primary election, complete mess, failed process – Goodluck Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has described the ongoing primary elections across the country as a mess.

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Some aspirants who lost the election had demanded a refund from delegates who were given millions of Naira in a bid to secure a ticket for the 2023 elections.

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Speaking on Thursday in Abuja during a book launch titled “Political Party Governance” as authored by Dr. Mohammed Wakil, a former Minister of State, Jonathan said the process has failed.

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According to the former president, it would not be good to elect a president and governors using the same process.

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Jonathan said: “These whole primaries going on across the country is a mess. This is not a standard practice. The process has failed.

“We cannot use the process to elect president, governors, senators and House of Representatives members and others.

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“The process has already failed, which is not good for the country. But we will manage and move on.

“We pray that good people should come. I hope that what happened this year, 2022 will not happen again in this country.”

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