PDP Chieftain Urges Peaceful Conduct Of Kaduna LG Polls

Gen. Gora Katunku, (rtd.) a Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, in Southern Kaduna has called on delegates, politicians and stakeholders in the region to ensure peaceful conduct of the Monday and Wednesday Chairmanship and Councilorship Primaries respectively.

Gora, who contested for Zango/Jaba Federal Constituency in 2019 gave the advice in a statement he personally signed and issued to Journalists over the weekend in Kaduna.

The Philanthropist stressed the need for stakeholders to contribute their quotas to development and deepening of democratic culture in the state by ensuring the right candidates Flags the party’s ticket.

He advised the Kaduna State Independent Electoral Commission to provide a level playing ground for all political parties contesting and participating in the general elections slated for 15th June, 2021.

According to him, the electoral body should ensure that the Southern Kaduna experience a peaceful, transparent, free, fair and credible elections.

The PDP chieftain said that political parties should help to advance democratic values, ethics, and practices so that in years to come, democracy would be entrenched in the state.

He noted that election was the most significant ingredient in democratic process that enabled citizens and electorate to determine who would lead them at every level of government.

The soldier who turn a rookie politician appealed to the youths in the Southern part of the state to shun all forms of violence and behaviour that would constitute threat to electoral process.

” Electoral violence often affected the outcome of elections of the party and called on critical stakeholders to play their roles by upholding practices and actions that would promote peace and unity.

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He also admonished security agencies to collaborate and share intelligent information to prevent any breach of law and other.

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