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when I was about as the Nigerian election draws ever closer the campaign is hosting up card president Muhammadu Buhari onto the PC party held a pivotal rally in the halls of legal some Saturday , the election is scheduled to take place on February sixteenth it will pit Bihari against former vice president Atiku Abaqa who heads up the people's democratic policy the septuagenarian Pat have run the president's nine times between them there are more than sixty other candidate so that the chances of winning are close to non the wealth and patronage networks of the two main parties drive the politics of Africa's talk will produce the and most populous country , at Saturday's rally Bihari told thousands of supporters he would continue to act upon his election promises from his twenty fifteen victory at that stage he made three vows to rid Nigeria of endemic corruption fix the economy and tackle security threats the government insists it's making progress but the minute trees efforts to fight the bay K. harm Islamist insurgency and is Islamic state allied %HESITATION shoes now in its tenth year a crumbling the economy ended and climbed out of recession under Bihari about the average Nigerian is still getting poorer opinion say his government is failing to tackle corruption targeting any its enemies adding nor in allegations against his allies and the government's activities have drawn international criticism to Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say the army has been responsible for human rights abuses including the massacre of protest as the army says its use of force is justified