2023 election: US govt speaks on preferred Nigerian presidential candidate – Daily Post Nigeria

The US ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, has insisted that they don’t have a preferred candidate ahead of the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria.
Nigerians will be electing a new leader this Saturday, February 25.
“The United States does not support any individual candidate for office. Free and fair elections in Nigeria help create a freer and fairer world for everyone.
“We are invested in your success. Our shared democratic futures depend on it,” Thomas-Greenfield said in a video message.
The US government also asked Nigerians to use the general election to make their voices heard.
US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, added: “This election matters — not only to Nigerians but to the rest of the world.
“The Nigerian people have a friend and partner in the United States of America.”
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