2019 : Abdullahi Umar Ganduje Sticks To Signed Peace Accord

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 -Urges electorate not to intimidate anybody during polls
With the recent breaches - by some elements outside the ruling APC in Kano of so many parts of the recently signed Peace Accord by g
Governor of Kano state, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, alongside other political parties, the governor promised to stick to the provisions of the peace accord.
He made the assertion prior to the commencement of the State Executive Council meeting, taking place at the Council Chamber, Wednesday, adding that all election processes from beginning to end must be peaceful. 
He urged APC faithfuls to be orderly and conduct  themselves peacefully during the forthcoming election, starting from Saturday, "...we urge our people to always be peaceful while election is taking place. Just as we did during our campaign periods, we abhor brandishing of any form of weapon, knives, swords, and any other similar thing."
Ganduje urged party supporters not to intimidate any electorate during the polls, "...the coming elections, starting with the Presidential election must be peaceful. And we are hoping it to be peaceful and victorious from the part of our candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari," he said.
While thanking all the Commissioners for their efforts during the just concluded campaign tour across all the 44 local governments of the state, he further encouraged that, "I thank you for your cooperation, physical and mental participation in the campaign rally, seeking for the consent of our people for another round of four years."
"It was a very tedious, but successful exercise. And we are thankful to the people of Kano state for showing us all the necessary and encouraging support during our campaign tour across all the 44 local governments of the state," he highlights. 
On the security preparations ahead of the election days, governor Ganduje assured that the state government with other security agencies in the state, put in place all the necessary strategies for peaceful elections in the state.