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Nigerian Elections

Asked if there was any comment on the events in Nigeria, the PMOS said that as indicated previously the overall conduct of the polls were disappointing but it was important to stress that in terms of the aftermath Nigeria still has a chance to set a good example. It was vital that all parties act in line with the constitution and there is a due process for dealing with electoral grievances within that constitution. We call on all the parties to find a peaceful and democratic way forward.

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