Buhari Does Not Support Emergency Rule In Anambra – Obiano

The governor said this on Thursday, after meeting with the president at the villa in Abuja.

He said Buhari assured him that he was only interested in a free and fair election on November 6 in the state.

Abubakar Malami, attorney-general of the federation (AGF), had said the federal government might consider declaring a state of emergency in Anambra to ensure a hitch-free governorship election.

In reaction, Obiano faulted Malami’s statement, saying there are states facing insecurity, yet emergency rule has not been declared there.

The governor described the attorney-general’s statement as “unfortunate”, adding that he should have suggested the imposition of emergency rule in northern states experiencing more killings.

The governor said he would call the attorney-general to express his feelings over the suggestion, adding that apart from the recent security crisis, Anambra remains the most peaceful state in the south-east.

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