ment, the Nigerian Military raises concerns about potential disruptions by criminals during the off-cycle governorship elections.
Major General Edward Buba, the Director of Defence Media Operations, reveals that some hoodlums intend to pose as legitimate military troops to create chaos during the November 14 polls.
Military’s Warning and Readiness: Consequences for Disruptors
Major General Buba issues a stern warning to individuals or groups with plans to disrupt the elections, urging them to abandon such intentions.
The Military emphasizes its determination to prevent any disruptions and ensures a secure environment for a free, fair, and credible election. The readiness of the armed forces to provide adequate security is reiterated.
Conclusion: Collective Efforts for Peaceful Elections
The Federal Government’s proactive stance, as articulated by Minister Matawalle, and the vigilance of the Military signal a commitment to safeguarding the electoral process in the specified states.
As the nation approaches the off-cycle governorship elections, the emphasis remains on collective efforts to ensure a peaceful and successful electoral exercise.