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CODIN Calls For Peaceful, Violent Free Governorship, Houses of Assembly Election


Saturday March 11th, 2023

The Coalition for Democracy in Nigeria, a principal human rights and anti corruption outfit (CODIN) has called for a free and fair election that will lead to an acceptable governance devoid of any forms of violence.

The group in a release by its President and Convener, Mashood Erubami and made available to journalists through its Director of Media and Publicity, Lekan Shobo Shobowale said the electorate in the state were looking forward to a credible election and urged all Nigerians to do all within their means to let the polls be peaceful.

The group restated it’s commitment to peace and unity of Nigeria as well as entrenching meaningful democratic governance across the country.

“The wishes of all Nigerians at this period should be to focused on how to make the nation the best place to live and do business. And that should start with a commitment to effective democratic principle on our part to be better citizens and make our beloved nation a better place for everyone.

We can only accomplish this if we obey the laws and inculcate the spirit of love, togetherness, peace, and being our brothers keepers.”

CODIN added that important areas through which this can be achieved includes but not limited to areas of security, economy and collective prosperity of all Nigerians.

“ 2023 is a crucial election year. It is an election that must be peaceful, before, during, and after.

Come Saturday, 18th of March, we all will be going to the polls to elect new governors and members, houses of Assembly for our states.

This period calls for decorum, love and togetherness to bring on board leaders that will lead us aright and not astray. “the statement concluded.


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