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Nigerian Army Will Still Be Non-Partisan – Brig-Gen Nwachukwu

Nigerian Army Will Still Be Non-Partisan – Brig-Gen Nwachukwu

The Nigerian Army has restated its commitment to be non-partisan and to perform its constitutional role in support of lead organisation during elections in the country. Information Guide Nigeria

In a statement signed by Brig-Gen Onyema Nwachukwu, the Director of Army Public Relations, lamented the desperation of conflict merchants to discredit its constitutional role of helping civil authority to provide internal security when called upon to do so. NEWSDIARY reports.

Brig-Gen Nwachukwu decried the fact that already there is a video making the round in the Social media claiming that soldiers were accompanying buses filled with fake voters into Anambra State.

He thus restated the commitment of the Nigerian Army to remain non-partisan and to support INEC and other relevant agencies during elections. jamb results

As reported by NEWSDIARY, in Nwachukwu’s words: ”The Nigerian Army (NA) has noted again the desperation of conflict merchants to discredit its constitutional role of aiding civil authority to provide internal security when called upon to do so. The mischief makers, using the social media, shared a video alleging that soldiers were escorting buses filled with fake voters into Anambra State.

“Even though such despicable propaganda images can easily be punctured by any keen observer, however for the sake of posterity, we wish to state without any equivocation, that no soldier of the Nigerian Army indulged in escort of fake voters into Anambra State.

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“Contrary to the misleading information, the buses in question were conveying INEC permanent and adhoc staff for the election tasks in Anambra State. The Federal Ministry of Information and Culture has corroborated this position. We, therefore, urge the general public to please disregard the report, as it is clearly a misinformation.

“Our duty in the state at this time is purely security-related and in support of the Nigeria Police, which is the lead security agency in the security architecture of electioneering. This is done in collaboration with other security agencies, to ensure a safe and secure atmosphere for peaceful conduct of elections.

“Our troops are guided by extant provisions of Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) Personnel Code of Conduct during elections and the provisions of Armed Forces Act CAP A20 LFN 2004. We shall continue to operate along these lines to ensure that peace and security reign in our country.

“We will remain apolitical and very professional in deeds and conduct for the growth and development of democracy in Nigeria.

“We also encourage the political gladiators to refrain from dragging the Nigerian Army and indeed the Armed Forces of Nigeria into the murky waters of politics.”

 

 

 

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