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June 12 stands for electoral integrity, watershed in Nigerian history- Ihedioha

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Gov. Emeka Ihedioha of Imo says the new majority rules system day represents free, reasonable decision and appointive uprightness in Nigerian history. Ihedioha talked through his Chief Press Secretary Mr. Chibuike Onyeukwu in an announcement made accessible to the News Agency of Nigeria in Owerri on Wednesday.

Ihedioha asked Nigerians to dependably protect the thought process in regulating June 12 as national open occasion and vote based system day. He said the conditions that prompted standardizing June 12 as vote based system day denoted a watershed ever of political advancement.

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The announcement read to some extent: “The Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha wishes to congratulate with all Nigerians on the festival of our new vote based system day, and I implore that Nigerians will maintain the honesty of June 12”.  “This improvement, most likely has given significance and setting to Nigerian political history and advancement, let us generally recall that June 12 encapsulate the unbreakable will of the general population even with oppression”. NAN reports that President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday marked the bill proclaiming June 12 as Democracy Day and open occasion in this manner invalidating May 29 recently celebrated as the day. Altered by Maureen Atuonwu