#NigeriaElections2023: Datti Baba-Ahmed votes in Kaduna, says INEC has met expectations


Datti Baba-Ahmed, the vice-presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), says the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has met the expectations of Nigerians in the conduct of the election.

Speaking to journalists after casting his vote at the polling unit 021 in Tudun Wada, Zaria LGA of Kaduna,  Baba-Ahmed said the perfomance of INEC was commendable.

“The conduct of elections so far at this polling unit of this ward in Zaria local government of Kaduna state is highly commendable,” he said.

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“The electorate have been exercising their civic responsibilities responsibly and INEC has met expectations and we can feel the air of serenity, peace around. We can also feel cordiality among the electorate, everybody is at peace with everybody so far.

The LP vice-presidential candidate called on Nigerians to consider competence, capacity, character, and compassion before casting their votes.

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He said that the LP does not believe in vote-buying to win elections, noting that his appeal was not a campaign.

“Of course, this is not a campaign. Look far and wide, look deeply, elect who is the best leader for yourself, devoid of considerations of religion and ethnicity, vote competence, capacity, character, and compassion. And this is not a campaign,” he said.


“As for me and my principal, my party, our system, we have never believed in money politics and we will never do it. We believe in the electorates, the typical Nigerians themselves taking conscious decisions as to where their fate lies and where their destiny heads without any influence of cash or what so ever who with the cohesion of religious and tribal forces, this has always been our attitude.”

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