Anambra Election: NSA Monguno Issues Strong Warning to IPOB Members -GCFRNG

Anambra Election: NSA Monguno Issues Strong Warning to IPOB Members -GCFRNG

Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra have been warned to maintain peace and order in the Anambra elections

The warning was issued against the group and its members by the National Security Advisor Babagana Monguno

Also, the president of the Independent National Electoral Commission has said that the INEC will continue with the election regardless of the order to sit at home.

Abuja – The National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno, issued a stern warning to members and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Monday, October 25, ahead of the November 6 elections in Anambra.

Premium Times reports that Monguno said this at the Inter-Agency Advisory Committee on Election Security (ICCES) meeting in Abuja. He warned those planning to disrupt elections to stay away from voting areas.

At the meeting that was organized by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Monguno, the ICCES co-chair said that security officers had been advised to act professionally, but that they would not sit back and allow no one to cause chaos during the elections.

To further assure Nigerians and the entire Anambra people of the state of security, the NSA said every effort is being made to ensure that the Anambra elections proceed without incidents of violence.

Monguno said:

“We are all eager to achieve results in this election that are acceptable to all. “I don’t think it helps anyone to go out and light something that could cause pain to the good people of Anambra State, whatever the disguise. Please think again.

We will not allow people to start looting, destroying public property, and resorting to not just intimidation, terrorising people, possibly arson and even homicide.

NSA Monguno Issues Strong Warning to IPOB Members Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at 9:02 AM by Nnenna Ibeh Members of the indigenous people of Biafra have been warned to maintain peace and order in the Anambra elections

The warning was issued against the group and its members by the national security adviser Babagana Monguno Also, the president of the Commission Electoral Nacional Independiente has said that the INEC will go ahead with the election regardless of the order to sit at home

The National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno, issued a stern warning to members and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Monday, October 25, ahead of the November 6 elections in Anambra.

Premium Times reports that Monguno said this at the Inter-Agency Advisory Committee on Election Security (ICCES) meeting in Abuja. He warned those planning to disrupt elections to stay away from voting areas.

The NSA has said that security officers would not sit idly by and see people disrupt elections Photo: Bright Ayaowei Source: Facebook In the meeting organized by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Monguno, the ICCES co-chair, said that security officers have been advised to act professionally, but they will not sit back and allow no one to cause chaos during the elections.

To further assure Nigerians and the entire population of Anambra the state of security, the NSA said every effort is being made to ensure that Anambra’s election is uneventful. violence. Monguno said:

“We are all eager to achieve results in this election that are acceptable to all. “I don’t think it helps anyone to go out and light something that could cause pain to the good people of Anambra State, whatever the disguise. Please think again.

We will not allow people to start looting, destroying public property and resort not only to intimidation, terrorizing people, possibly arson and even murder INEC resolution on election despite sit-in at home In his speech,

INEC president Mahmood Yakubu said the commission would go ahead with the elections scheduled despite the sit-in at the IPOB’s house. According to the Tribune, Yakubu said that the commission has concluded the deployment of non-sensitive materials while the training of officials for the election has been carried out virtually.

He said INEC has successfully completed 12 of the 14 activities listed in its schedule for the elections. . Yakubu said: “The two highlighted activities are the last day of the campaign, at midnight on Thursday, November 4, and Election Day which is still Saturday, November 6.

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