17 Political Parties In Kogi State Sign Peace Accord

17 political parties have signed peace accord in Kogi State ahead of the forth coming general elections across the nation and in the bid to … Continue reading 17 Political Parties In Kogi State Sign Peace Accord


kogi state17 political parties have signed peace accord in Kogi State ahead of the forth coming general elections across the nation and in the bid to ensure violence free and credible election in the State.

The peace pact which, was organized by the State chapter of the Inter Party Accord Committee (IPAC), in collaboration with the Kogi State Police Command was to ensure a hitch free elections in Kogi State.

The State Chairman of the Inter Security Agencies and the Commissioner of Police, Mr Adeyemi Ogunjemilusi explained the essence of the gathering, as he warned those planning to subvert the electoral process in the State to favour them to desist from it in there own interest.

Speaking also at the occasion was the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) for Kogi State, Hussain Halilu Pai, who assured the political parties that the electoral umpire was ready to conduct a credible election.

According to him, the introduction of Smart Card Readers (SCR) and Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) is an improvement on the 2011 election.

The Chairman of the Inter-Party Advisory, Hon. Ibrahim Itodo also admonished political parties representatives.