Emeka Aforka, an Anambra State lawmaker representing Orumba North State Constituency, has called on highly-placed government officials in the country to be conscious of their public utterances.
According to Punch, the Deputy Majority Leader made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Awka. Information Guide Nigeria
He made the call in respect to a statement made by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), “that the Federal Government may impose a state of emergency on Anambra if the new spate of violence persists during the November 6 governorship election in the state.
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Aforka described the statement as uncivil, capable of throwing the country into a fight, and not acceptable to him and the people of his constituents. jamb results
Aforka said that the declaration was not just a strong indictment of the ability of the government to handle the security challenges of the country, but a proof of failure on the part of the security personnel.
Aforka advised Malami to withdraw such uncivilised and unpatriotic statement which, according to him had seriously embarrassed Nigerians, most especially the Anambra people.
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