Buhari’s refusal to sign electoral act into law politically motivated – Okowa




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(Sundiata Post) –  Delta State     has said that politics is behind ’s refusal sign the Amendment Act before the 2019 general election.
He described generally as ‘selfish ‘, adding that deliberately avoid actions that are capable of undermining their personal interests, even if this is detrimental common good.
Okowa expressed optimism that the Act would be signed on time for the next election.
He said, “The Act was not signed because of politics, are selfish. If you watch what is going on in America, President does not want the mailing votes be counted if they arrive after 8PM on Election Day. But members of the Democratic Party think otherwise.
“That is the way of , always be conscious to avoid taking actions and decisions that would undo you. So it was not signed because of politics but I know that it will be signed this time.”
The who spoke in Asaba while addressing in Delta at a town hall meeting, following the #EndSARS protests, told the that politics was about learning along the line and picking the good things seen in good politicians and throwing away the bad ideas.
“I agree that there is a need to re-work our electoral processes but we need to re-engineer our minds because we have lost it and it’s time we began to talk to ourselves.
“You must truly begin to organise yourselves in truth with a common goal and focus and whoever you select must stand for the common good of others.
“We are building a with the and we must shun acts capable of reducing when we leave .
“We will continue to allow youths, including females, to be part of the governance process because in learning you are building yourself for the .”