Kaduna: Kajuru Stakeholders Holds Security Meeting Ahead LG Elections
By Uangbaoje Alex, Kaduna
The District Head of Kufana, His Highness Chief Titus Dauda and his traditional council has organised a one day stakeholders meeting with political parties, heads of security agencies, candidates, stakeholders and religious leaders in Kajuru LGA on the need for a peace conduct of the forth coming local government elections slated for Saturday 4th September 2021.
Speaking during the meeting, the District Head, said the local government area is faced with a lot of security challenges and he won’t want the citizens of the local government to cause any more security threat before, during and after the conduct of the elections.
He called on all candidates and political parties to shun bitterness and imbibe peace and unity.
The heads of security agencies present appreciated the District head for the insight in organizing the meeting which was the first of its kind in Kajuru LGA.
They resolved to provide adequate security and will not hesitate in arresting anyone found breaking the law no matter his position.
Representatives of religious leaders also urged the citizens to accept the outcome of the elections and called on youths to be peaceful not be used as a tool to forment trouble.
The Representatives of Adara development association, Adara youths congress and the Hausa/ Fulani communities said all the candidates were indigines of the LGA. They called on all to eschew violence, vite peaceful and accept the outcome of the elections.
The party chairmen also charged the citizens on the need for peaceful coexistence before, during and after the local government elections.
Some party representative supported the need for a transparent election and called on both party faithfuls to be peaceful during the process of the elections and should accept the outcome of the elections.
The candidates of the APC Hon Cafra Caino and that of the PDP Hon Ibrahim Gajere assured the district head that they are all his wards and will not jeopardize any security threat. They urged their supporter to be peaceful during the election and agreed to accept the outcome of the elections for the general development of the LGA.