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2023: Buhari Tasks Men on Elections, Asks Them to Shun Attacks on INEC Facilities

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President Muhammadu Buhari has urged Nigerian men to be guided in protecting and promoting democracy in the country, by ensuring full participation in the 2023 elections as well as shunning violence and attacks on facilities of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

He also asks them to adhere to the regulations of the electoral body and explore redress in the courts, his Special Adviser (Media & Publicity), Femi Adesina, said in a statement to mark International Men’s Day (IMD).

Adesina stated that while Buhari recognises the strong, influential and significant position of women in building the nation over the years, with evidence in their rising profiles, he reiterated the pivotal role of men in ensuring a safe, peaceful and progressive environment, given their visible positions in families, governments, communities, and leadership in religious, traditional and political institutions.

“President Muhammadu Buhari warmly felicitates with men, particularly in Nigeria, as the world celebrates another International Men’s Day (IMD), which thoughtfully places the spotlight on health issues, modelling and leadership roles, sacrifices and other multi-layered responsibilities of men, which include respect for women.

“On the theme of this year’s IMD, “Men Leading By Example”, President Buhari calls on men to take the front row in safeguarding and protecting national assets and shun acts of violence, like targeting of the offices and stores of the electoral body, which only adds to the cost of governance and projects the country as unstable.

“President Buhari believes every citizen’s voice and vote matters in the choice of Nigeria’s leadership and governance, urging men in the country to provide the needed example of decency and decorum, and mobilize for the greater good of nation building.

“The President commends the Local Organizing Committee of the IMD, for setting an agenda for the 2023 elections, and remaining faithful in sensitizing men to be more patriotic, responsive and inclusive in decision making, at home and in the public,” Adesina concluded.

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