2023: ‘Play by the rules’, Delta monarchs caution politicians

The council of Delta State traditional rulers has warned politicians against violence and other practices that could cause mayhem towards the 2023 general elections.


The traditional rulers gave the warning in a 5-point communiqué issued at the end of a meeting in Asaba, according to Vanguard.


First Vice Chairman of the Council and Pere of Akugbene Mien, SP Luke Kalanama V111, who read the communiqué on behalf of the Chairman of the Council and Orodje of Okpe, Major General Felix Mujakpuero (rtd), Orhue 1, warned critical stakeholders in the electoral process including, the Independent National Electoral Commission, Security agents, civil society groups, and the electorate to be diligent in their duties and abide by the electoral rules in order to achieve a free, fair, transparent, credible and acceptable polls.


The Monarchs also implored the political to ensure relative peace is a priority, even in actualising their political ambition, insisting that they should carry out their political engagements within the confines of decency and decorum.

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