President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday morning in his nationwide broadcast urged Nigerians to go out and “vote for their candidates of choice without fear, because security shall be provided.”
Buhari again underlined his resolve to leave a legacy of free and fair election, saying ” your vote shall count.”
He said that the Naira redesign policy has to a reasonable extent curbed money politics ahead of the February 25 election.
The President also admonished the citizens to shun violence and avoid actions capable of disrupting the electoral processes.
He said, “Fellow citizens, on the 25th of February, 2023 the nation would be electing a new President and National Assembly members. I am aware that this new monetary policy has also contributed immensely to the minimization of the influence of money in politics.
“This is a positive departure from the past and represents a bold legacy step by this administration, towards laying a strong foundation for free and fair elections.
“I however admonish you to eschew violence and avoid actions capable of disrupting the electoral processes. I wish us all a successful General Elections.”