Waiting for Kano election results: KAPEDI prompts Kano political leaders, youths to keep peace


By Maryann Michael.

Noteworthy residents of Kano State, on the platform of Kano Peace and Advancement Effort, KAPEDI, have actually pleaded with stakeholders and youths in the state to stay calm and keep order, pending main release of outcomes of Saturday’s governorship and Home of Assembly elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.


The group, in a declaration, revealed issues over the environment of apprehension pervading the state as the collation and statement of outcomes advanced.

The declaration was signed by no less than 21 distinguished residents of the state consisting of Dr. Shamsudden Usman, Ibrahim Khaleel Inuwa, Teacher Munzali Jibril, Alhaji Isyaku Kumar Tofa Dan Adala, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, A. B. Mahmoud( SAN), Teacher Bello Ahmed Salim, Alhaji Aminu Sani, Mansur Ahmed and Ambassador Bala Sani.

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It stated: “KAPEDI has actually followed the current advancements following the normally tranquil conduct of the governorship and state assembly elections performed on March 9 throughout the state. We applaud individuals of Kano for getting involved in harmony in the elections in the workout of their civic rights to choose their leaders.

” We observe, nevertheless, that an environment of apprehension has actually pervaded the state in the last a number of hours as the collation and statement of outcomes has actually advanced rather gradually.

” Numerous have actually required to different social networks platforms to relay informal outcomes therefore adding to the increased tense environment.

” KAPEDI wants to prompt for calm and upkeep of order as we wait for the official statement of outcomes by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

” We advise political celebrations and their prospects to maintain the regards to the Peace Contract openly signed which bind them to tranquil conduct prior to, throughout and after the elections. We prompt all celebrations or prospects disappointed with the result of the election to look for redress through legal and constitutional methods.

” We interest triumphant celebrations and prospects to perform themselves with etiquette and not to participate in any intriguing conduct or utterances as they commemorate their success.

” We contact our youths to show maturity and patriotism by declining to take part in any acts of violence or disruption of public order so that our state can continue its match to success and success.

” We applaud the police, especially Nigeria Authorities, Armed force and paramilitary companies and prompt them to stay neutral and expert in their conduct.”.