Orubebe apologises to Nigerians over his attempt to disrupt Collation of results.

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…Congratulates Buhari

The former Minister of the Niger Delta Ministry, Elder Godsday Orubebe who yesterday at the International Conference Centre, venue of presidential election collation attempted to disrupt the presidential election collation has apologized to Nigerians according to a Leadership Newspapers report. 

“ I apologise generally to Nigerians especially to the younger generation. I want to say if my action hurt them , I deeply regret it.

“I am naturally a man of peace and a child of God. I love and hold the interest of this country at heart. Hence, my reaction was provoked by Prof Jega’s behaviour.

“I strongly believe in fairness, equity and justice which I felt we were deprived of. I sincerely apologise and request national pardon. I love peace, I preach peace and hold national unity in high esteem.

“That is why I anchored the ceasefire that is now being enjoyed in the South South region. I earnestly beg to be forgiven, in spite of the embarrassment caused to our dear people. I am indeed sorry , I was only pushed to the wall .”

Many Nigerians took to the social media to vent their outrage over the former Minister’s action that attempted to disrupt an otherwise peaceful process.

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