Through Nigeria’s democracy, the four years single term has been practised, but the Deputy Senate President, Chief Ike Ekweremadu thinks that’s not the best.
While at a special Function, Ekweremadu called for a single term for the President, governors and assembly members. But that the single term should be made of six years. Hence, a six years single term.
He cited the example of South American countries, especially Mexico which practised a single tenure system, claiming that it had helped in stabilizing their democracy.
In his words, he said, having a single term would help increase people’s loyalty to the Nation and improve functionality.
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