As political parties begin their primary elections, aspirants in the central senatorial district of Kogi State have been told to sustain the atmosphere of peace in the land. 

The Ebira People’s Association (EPA) gave the advice in a communiqué signed by the President, Dr. Godwin Oyibo and National Publicity Secretary, Comrade Ohida Abdulmaliq issued at the end of stakeholders’ meeting organised by the association in the central senatorial district.

According to the Communiqué, Governor Yahaya Bello has committed a lot of energy and funds in ensuring that “there is absolute peace and unity in the state, especially the central senatorial district known in the past as violence-prone zone.”

The Communiqué also called on key stakeholders in Ebira nation to begin necessary preparations ahead of the population census, describing the exercise as “an important civic exercise with some damning socio-political and economic consequences, if taken with levity.”

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