From Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja

The African Democratic Congress (ADC) has urged security agencies to be non-partisan during election. 

The ADC, in a communique, issued at the end of its leadership retreat, in Abuja, said the electoral process can no longer be credible, once security agencies take sides in an electoral contest.

The ADC stated that the leadership retreat, with its former presidential aspirant, Chukwuka Monye,  as lead consultant, also resolved that the opposition party will intensify its voters education programme.

The communique read in part: “Members agreed to emulate Senegal youths and to use its young members most effective to shore up mobilisation and bring about change in all election including LGA, state and national.

“ADC encourages political parties not to wait until election years before planning to run elections. That’s why the party is organizing leadership retreats to develop the capacities of her party leaders. The party believes in continuous learning.

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” ADC pointed to its handshake symbol as integral to love, respect, friendship and posits same Handshake to douse insecurity in Nigeria. The insurgents and bandits are Nigerians and can’t be cast aways. ADC plans to fight insecurity through our handshake philosophy.

“The security agencies were called upon to be unbiased and non-partisan during elections. The moment the security agencies take sides, the electoral process can’t be credible again. ”

 

 

 

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