The Minister of International Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama has informed the diplomatic neighborhood to not cross the road between advising Nigeria on good governance and dictating to the nation the best way to govern.
Onyeama issued this warning, whereas briefing the diplomatic neighborhood on the rescheduled common elections, within the nation’s capital, Abuja.
The assembly, which held on the Ministry of International Affairs, was to work together with the diplomatic corps, to make clear points surrounding the postponement of the elections and the nation’s readiness forward of the overall elections on Saturday, February 23.
Within the run-up to the elections, the President Muhammadu Buhari authorities had on a number of events, raised considerations about what it described as interference from international our bodies.
“On the finish of the day, we’re a sovereign nation and the road shouldn’t be crossed from exhorting us and wanting us to succeed and wanting this to be a extremely democratic course of to dictating to us and actually stepping into the nitty-gritty of how we run the nation which is completely the accountability of this authorities,” Onyeama mentioned.