“The military should stay out of election matters”, Atiku warns

February 8th, 2019

By Angeleen Nkwocha

The Presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic party, PDP, Alh. Atiku Abubakar has warned the military to stay within the confines of the constitution and not interfere or cause any disruption at the forthcoming polls slated for February 16.

Atiku gave the warning at the PDP Presidential rally in Calabar Cross-River state. He averered that election matters are the sole responsibility of the police and as such the military must not interfare.

He called on the military to be guided by the constitution adding that when he becomes the President he will keep to the rule of law.

He called on Cross River People to ensure they not only vote, but stay back and protect their votes.

He promises to revamp their sea ports to aid provide gainful employment to the youths.

On his part the National Chairman of PDP, Prince Uche Secondus sternly warned the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, not to rig the elections adding that all the international polls has given victory to Atiku Abubakar. He called on them to avoid acts that could set the nation ablaze.

Speaking at the rally the PDP campaign Director General, the Senate President Bukola Tsaraki assured the Cross-River People that Atiku is experienced in the private sector and will tap from his reservoir of experience to make their lives better.

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