The group commended INEC for complying with the provisions of the Electoral Act during the July 16 guber election.
CISLAC slammed Mr Buhari’s regime for “deliberately” leaving unattended high profile cases of corruption and granting convicted corrupt officials presidential pardon.
The group also warned politicians to desist from any form of financial inducements of delegates.
The group is proposing stiffer taxation policies for tobacco companies to limit patronage and use by Nigerians.
On Monday, SSS operatives laid siege on the office of CISLAC in Abuja.
The board members and state coordinators were pooled from different demographics to reflect Nigeria’s diversity.