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Haske Satumari Foundation, IPAC Meets Over Electoral Reforms



Haske Satumari Foundation, IPAC Meets Over Electoral Reforms

The Haske Kudla Satumari Foundation has met with the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) in its bid to increase advocacy in the area of electoral and judicial reforms.

Leading the delegation, the Founder of Haske Satumari Foundation, Hon Kudla Satumari, said the visit to the national headquarters of IPAC was significant and to also invite all political parties to Thursday’s conversation on the electoral and judicial reforms.

IPAC serves as the umbrella body for all political parties in Nigeria and plays a crucial role in electoral reforms within the country.

Kudla said they are seeking to strengthen the existing partnership between Haske Satumari Foundation and IPAC, as well as to promote the advocacy for a comprehensive overhaul of the electoral processes in Nigeria.

“This visit signifies the commitment of both organizations to work together and bring about positive changes in the Nigerian political landscape,” Kudla said while extending an invitation to the entire leadership of IPAC to attend the annual colloquium organized by Haske Satumari Foundation.

“The colloquium, scheduled to take place on the 21st of March 2024 at the prestigious Shehu Musa Yar’adua Center in Abuja, aims to foster dialogue and exchange ideas on electoral and judicial reforms.

“The theme of the colloquium will be “Electoral and Judicial Reforms: The Imperatives on Nigeria’s Democracy, Governance, Leadership, and Its Selection Processes,” Kudla said adding that Alhaji Yusuf Mamman Dantalle (the Eze Enyi Di NA MBA), will be a panelists, discussing the significance of the reforms in shaping Nigeria’s democracy.

“The panelists will be joined by keynote speakers, Chief Barr Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang, the Executive Governor of Plateau, and Chief Femi Falana SAN, a highly respected legal luminary and human rights activist in Nigeria,” Kudla said.

The Haske Satumari Foundation, through its various initiatives, is actively championing the cause of creating functional systems that will produce credible and competent leaders of character for accelerated development in Nigeria and across the African continent. This visit to IPAC and the upcoming colloquium serve as a testament to the Foundation’s commitment to fostering meaningful conversations and driving positive change in the nation.

The partnership between Haske Satumari Foundation and IPAC is a significant step towards achieving electoral reforms in Nigeria. With the collective efforts of these organizations, the nation can look forward to a more transparent, inclusive, and democratic electoral process that will ultimately lead to the emergence of competent leaders who will steer Nigeria towards accelerated development and progress

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