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ING: I’ve seen it all, count me out – IBB



Former military Head of State, Gen Ibrahim Babangida (retd) has denied that there are any plan for an interim government or that he has a role in an arrangement.

The former president in a statement Wednesday, also called for support for the Attahiru Jega led Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

According to him, the conditions that gave rise to the establishment of an ING in 1993 were non-existent under the present flourishing democratic system.

He also urged all to accept the use of the card reader, which he said, would further enthrone transparency in the electoral register.

In dissociating himself from participation in an interim government, Babangida said he bade goodbye to politics in 2011 at the age of 70 taking into consideration that after his eight year unbroken rule as military president, he had seen it all.

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