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See Wetin Oyinbo De Talk Oh USA N UK De Shout by Nwoguphillip: 5:16pm On Mar 31, 2015
Joint UK and US statement on the Nigerian
elections
From:Foreign & Commonwealth Office and The Rt Hon Philip
Hammond First published:30 March 2015Part of:Foreign
affairs, Nigeria, USA and United Kingdom
Foreign Secretary and US Secretary of State joint statement
on the Nigerian elections.
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Our governments welcome the largely peaceful vote on 28
March. The Nigerian people have shown a commendable
determination to register their vote and choose their
leaders.
So far, we have seen no evidence of systemic manipulation of
the process. But there are disturbing indications that the
collation process - where the votes are finally counted -
may be subject to deliberate political interference. This
would contravene the letter and spirit of the Abuja Accord,
to which both major parties committed themselves.
The Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom
would be very concerned by any attempts to undermine the
independence of the Electoral Commission (INEC), or its
Chairman, Prof Jega; or in any way distort the expressed
will of the Nigerian people.
Further Information
Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice
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Media enquiries
Email
newsdesk@fco.gov.uk
News Desk
020 7008 3100
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Published:
30 March 2015
From:
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
The Rt Hon Philip Hammond
Part of:
Nigeria
USA
United Kingdom
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