Jonathan stated this at an interfaith conference organised by the Interfaith Initiative for Peace with the theme: “The Imperative of Interfaith Understanding and Cooperation for Responsible Politics,’’ in Abuja.
He renewed his promise to Nigerians and the international community that the country would be stronger and more united after the elections.
“I once again assure Nigerians and the international community that the 2015 elections will come and go, and Nigeria will stand stronger.
“The Nigerians I know and interact with everyday are only asking for one thing in the elections; transparency, free and fair elections, and I have promised them.
“They want to vote and they want their votes to count; they don’t want to be molested, they don’t want ballot boxes to be hijacked by criminals.
“If they are convinced that the process is free, fair and credible they wanted will not happen.”