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Friday, 4 January 2019

Tension Has President Buhari Niece Appointed INEC Boss

                         Amina Zakari
The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has given the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) 48 hours to cancel its arrangement of Amina Zakari, a niece of the Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari, as leader of the Elections Collation Committee. As indicated by Sahara Reporters, the non-legislative association said Zakari's arrangement gives clear suggestions that the imminent presidential race has just been "actually controlled", and compared the move to "coordinate settling'. 
Gistsmark.com gathers that the association likewise requested that the National Assembly to pass a vote-of-no- confidence in INEC's hierarchy and declare a state of electoral emergency.

HURIWA has requested the disintegration of the election management board and the appointment of a new team of “impartial and patriotic Nigerians to head the constituent umpire and direct free, reasonable, straightforward and unprejudiced general election". 

The group national facilitator and national media issues chief, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko and Zainab Yusuf, discharged an explanation which read: 
"We have just ended a six hours long national emergency parley in Abuja of our core national leaders and the leaderships of over 35 non-governmental organisations and our attention dovetailed into the rising however broadly morally harming national crisis currently occasioned by the illicit and unethical arrangement of Mrs Amina Zakari, the blood relation of President Muhammadu Buhari, to head the resemblance of results group for the most key national decision in Nigeria's incipient majority rules system, in which her uncle, President Muhammadu Buhari, is frantically keen on winning a second term and is fervently challenged by some recognized Nigerians.