We have no interest in who becomes Nigeria’s next president – Catriona Liang

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The United Kingdom (UK) government says it has no interest in who will become the next president of Nigeria during the forthcoming general elections.?
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This was disclosed on Wednesday by Catriona Liang, the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, following a meeting, held at a closed door, with the National Working Committee, NWC, of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Abuja.?
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Mrs Liang said the UK would work with any candidates who emerge from the election.?
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The High Commissioner also expressed confidence in Nigeria’s democracy and the president’s commitment to organising free and secure elections.?
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She said: “The UK doesn’t have a preferred candidate. We are committed to free and fair elections, but we will work with whoever the presidential candidate emerges from the election.?
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“The UK and Nigeria have a very strong partnership, and we want Nigeria to succeed. And democracy is part of it”.?
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She further added that her country’s government welcomes Nigeria’s commitment to democracy and as well the president Buhari’s commitment to free and secure elections.?

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