The Kaduna State Government says protests of any sort remain strictly prohibited across the state as the collation of General Elections results progresses. NEWSDIARY reports.Information Guide Nigeria
Mr. Samuel Aruwan, the Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, made the announcement in a statement yesterday in Kaduna.
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Aruwan said the government had noted with satisfaction, the largely peaceful conduct of elections across the state, and commended residents for exercising their franchise in an orderly manner.
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“Citizens, must, therefore, avoid street protests over election results – or of any other kind – in order to preserve the atmosphere of calm so far experienced.NYSC portal
“Actions which may disrupt public peace will be handled decisively by security agencies.
“It must be stressed that the announcement of election results is the exclusive duty of the Independent National Electoral Commission.”
“Individuals or groups who may have queries over officially announced results are strongly urged to utilise the legal instruments provided by the Electoral Act.”
The commissioner said Gov. Nasir El-Rufai continued to monitor closely, the security situation in relation to the conduct of the elections, alongside security agencies in the state. (NAN)JAMB Result