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U.S. Govt Should Not Embrace Nigerian Election Results – US Senator Jim Risch Declares, Faults Process

Jim Risch, the United States of America, USA ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, released the following statement on Nigeria’s recent elections:

The senate released the statement today, Friday faulting the the electoral process of the just-concluded general election in Nigeria.

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The statement reads, “The ongoing electoral process in Nigeria is widely viewed as deeply flawed by election observers and many Nigerians. It is disappointing to see the administration rush to embrace the result while the full picture of what occurred during this electoral process is yet to be seen.

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“I’ve expressed similar concerns related to other areas of our relationship with the Nigerian government. I worry this rush to judgement will undermine our ability to be an effective partner to all Nigerians, especially given their longstanding desire for democracy.

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“With Nigeria heading into state-level elections in just a few days, it is important that the United States be more concerned with supporting the Nigerian people and their democratic aspirations than embracing the Nigerian government.”



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