Politicians plan to sponsor and provoke crisis over election results – Kaduna Govt
The Kaduna state government has sounded the alarm that some politicians in the state are considering inciting their supporters to embark on public protests aimed at breaking the public peace.
State Commissioner for Homeland Security and Home Affairs Samuel Aruwan revealed this in a statement issued on Thursday, March 23.
Aruwam said the state government is receiving credible intelligence reports of such plans, which include storming the streets in a way that could lead to a breakdown of law and order in the state. State.
“Given the reports, the government continues to closely monitor the situation, in collaboration with security agencies. It should be emphasized that individuals or groups who engage in actions that may result in civil unrest, threat to life and destruction of property, will not be spared as the full weight of the law will be applied accordingly. . The suspension of street demonstrations or processions remains in place, in the general interest of the public. Parents, guardians and community leaders are also advised to educate their wards against use by people who seek to prey on vulnerable emotions and volatile atmospheres to generate chaos. aruwan said
This comes two days after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared Senator Uba Sani of the All Progressives Congress (APC) the winner of the March 19 ballot in Kaduna State.
According to results released by INEC, Sani garnered a total of 730,002 votes to defeat Hon. Mohammed Isa Ashiru of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) who obtained a total of 719,196 votes.