Senator Ike Ekwerwmadu says narrow political interests has affected the 2022 Electoral Act as amended

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Former Deputy President of the Senate Ike Ekwerwmadu says narrow political interests has affected the 2022 Electoral Act as amended.

The senior lawmaker while giving his personal assessment of the just concluded primary elections by political parties into various political offices at a lecture in Abuja yesterday, said the direct mode of primary election is the only viable alternative in the nomination of candidates to consolidate Nigeria’s democracy.

Ekwerwmadu lamented the overwhelming negative interests of desperate politicians that made a mess of the 2022 Electoral Act.

On security challenges, he feared that Nigeria was gradually turning into another Somalia, if nothing was urgently done to tackle terrorists, adding that the time has come for the Federal Government to seek the help of the international community to flush out terrorist cartels.

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