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Nigerian 2023 Election Can Generate Conflict If Not Effectively Managed – UN, ECOWAS Warns Against possible Violence That Can Distrupt The Peace of West Africa



 2023 Election Can Generate Battle If Not Successfully Managed – UN, ECOWAS Warns Towards attainable Violence That Can Distrupt The Peace of …

 2023 Election Can Generate Battle If Not Successfully Managed – UN, ECOWAS Warns Towards attainable Violence That Can Distrupt The Peace of West Africa

The United Nations and the Financial Neighborhood of West African States (ECOWAS) have cautioned Nigeria in opposition to violence within the forthcoming common elections.


The 2 international our bodies reminded Nigerians of the implications ought to there be outbreak of violence, including that no different nation within the sub-region may presumably accommodate the nation’s refugees.

Each day Belief reviews that the warning was issued in Jos, Plateau State Capital, by the 2 our bodies throughout a mediation coaching and interactive engagement with the Inter-Occasion Advisory Council (IPAC) and different stakeholders.

In line with the report, the stakeholders have been drawn from the North-Central and the North-East, on non-violence 2023 elections.

SaharaReporters had reported that a number of places of work of the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) have been attacked and burnt throughout the nation. The latest was the assault on INEC workplace in Enugu State on Sunday, the place on policeman was killed by hoodlums


Talking on the session with IPAC, the United Nations Workplace for West Africa and Sahel (UNOWAS), represented by Sa’adatu Sha’abu cautioned that ought to something go incorrect the unimaginable penalties could be grave, and due to this fact, everyone ought to play by the principles.

In line with him, “If issues go incorrect in Nigeria, there’ll be unfavourable penalties for the peace and stability of all the area.”

On his half, ECOWAS Programme Officer, Mediation, Brown Odigie suggested all stakeholders on the peaceable conduct of the 2023 elections. 

Odigie, represented by the ECOWAS Commissioner for Political Affairs, Peace and Safety, Abel Fatau, appealed to candidates and their events to uphold the signed peace accord and the electoral pointers.

“This can be a mediation usually executed in international locations throughout the ECOWAS area. We’re doing it for Nigeria as a result of it’s a strategic member of ECOWAS.


“Nigeria has an enormous inhabitants. The election can generate battle if not successfully managed. And when violence happens, with the big inhabitants of Nigeria, it could break up to different neighbouring international locations. I can guarantee you that no member inside the zone of ECOWAS has the capability to accommodate refugees from Nigeria.” 

Responding, IPAC Nationwide Secretary, Yusuf Dantalle, lamented that election violence stems from determined politicians due to large election spending.

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