Others guests included beneficiaries of her scholarship scheme and those who are particularly happy with the Bill for the establishment of the Federal University of Agriculture in Sabon-Gida, Lantang South Local Government Area of Plateau State that has passed second reading.
She said, “My expectation is that for 2019, there should be free and fair elections because without a level-playing field, there would be incredible elections. We don’t want that, we want credible elections. It is important for the government to make sure that citizens are not disenfranchised, citizens are not oppressed, and citizens are not intimidated. Everybody who has a permanent votes card should have it delivered.
“I am very worried about recent reports that 66 per of voters cards in the North West have been delivered. In the North Central, it is only 33 percent. In order parts of the country, it is 40 per cent each. No other zone has 66 per cent, apart from the North West. So, that is not a good omen, that should be corrected.
“You can’t vote without a PVC. INEC should please sit up on this. Every part of the country should have 100 per cent delivered of their voters cards. Every Nigerian have a right to their PVC, everybody who has a PVC, it should be delivered to them before 2019.”