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Nggilari warns against political hooliganism.

Governor Bala James Nggilari of Adamawa State has appealed to the politicians in the State  not to jeopardize the fragile peace enjoyed  by engaging in political hooliganism during the general elections.

The governor  in a state broadcast on Friday said  that Adamawa State  has been pillaged by the activities of insurgents and residents have been traumatized stressing that there is a need for the politicians to allow the relative peace  restored by the military authority to thrive even before, during and after the election.

Nggilari expressed thanks to the military for liberating the    local government areas of the state from the hands of the  outlawed group before the general elections.

He however, charged political parties ,aspirants, party supporters and voters and all citizens to tread the path of caution so that elections in Adamawa state would be conducted rancour free .

Nggilari noted that any person or groups of persons caught trying to break  the law and order of the state  would be dealt with mercilessly by the security agencies deployed for the elections who are stationed in the nooks and crannies of the state.

” Our state is known for peace and harmony, I therefore implored you all to endeavours to keep the reputation.

“I appeal to all the political actors especially, the contestants to accept the outcome of the election in good faith as power and authority only comes from God who choices who ever he pleases.

Nggilari however appealed to the electorates to cooperate with security agents for the success of the polls praying for peaceful conduct

Nggilari said that nobody should take laws into their hands  but  adhere to the electoral laws and guidelines.

Meanwhile Commissioner of Police in the state  Gabriel Adaji, has disclosed that  the state government would  transport  all eligible voters in Michika and Madagali local governments to designated centres within the state capital.

The commissioner made the disclosure at a Press Conference on Friday.

He equally advised all the internally Displaced persons in the state to move to IDPs camps where they would be picked by the vehicles provided by the government to take them to various designated centres.

” There is no movement of vehicles within the state. There is an understanding between the INEC and government that the IDPs need to stay at a bus stop close to them with their PVC so that the vehicles provided by the state government will pick them and drop them at their voting centres.” He said