President John Evans Atta Mills and his Nigerian counterpart Goodluck Jonathan have resolved to pull forces together to enhance democracy within the West African sub-region. They have further resolved to share experiences to ensure that the forthcoming presidential election in Nigeria goes well.
This was the outcome of a meeting between the two leaders in Abuja on Wednesday November 10.
Currently within the sub region, some countries are going through democratic elections and Nigeria’s election comes off early 2011. Of Particular concern to the two leaders is how these processes will be peaceful and engender growth.
As the Chairman of the Regional body Ecowas, President Goodluck Jonathan conferred with President Mills to ensure that the Region remains peaceful on the path of democracy.
Basically the discussions centered on democracy, good governance and how the West African sub-region can be a shining example for the rest of the continent.