There will be no crisis against national security if Jonathan loses election – Niger Delta Youth group

 

NDC, DCC and other group of ex-militants from the Niger-Delta region, in a statement signed in Abuja on Monday by two leaders of the group, has assured that there will not be crisis if President Goodluck Jonathan loses in the forthcoming election.

They reminded their Ijaw brothers that “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”

They also called on the political parties, their candidates and supporters to accept the outcome of the elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

See Excerpts: “We are assuring Nigerians that there will be no bridge of peace in the Niger-Delta on or before the general election of on the 28th March and 11th of April, as we look forward to a free and fair election, the judiciary has clearly stated that the armed forces has no role in the general election, as such any attempt for military deployment to voting centers is a sabotage to our judiciary.

“We are standing on the part of justice for now that no one has the monopoly to carry out such threat against national security if the government of the day has the peace and sustainability of this great nation at heart.

“We are one Nigeria, let no one be troubled, pray for peace and free/fair election, who ever emerge as the next president of the federal republic of Nigeria should be giving the necessary support from the North, South, West and East of this great Nation.

“You will agree with me that Nigerians need a corrupt free government, our experience this past years made us to understand completely that there is no easy walk out of corruption anywhere, many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires, we must be participant to make democracy work, not simply observe.

“One who does not vote has no right to complain, democracy is built through open societies that share information when there is information there is enlightenment, when there is debate, there are solutions, when there is no sharing of power, no rule of law, no accountability. There is abuse of position, corrupt practices, subjugation and indignation, this is our government of the day.”

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