IGP, 2face Idibia Join To Advocate Peaceful Voting On Saturday

2face Idibia and IGP Mohammed Adamu

The initiative, #VoteNotFight, aimed at encouraging violence-free and peaceful voting during the 2019 general elections has been taken to the office of the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Adamu. 2face Idibia, who has been a protagonist of the project, made the stride captured in a video clip shared on the police’s Twitter on Thursday.

On Saturday, February 16, 2019, voters are expected to visit polling centers located close to their residences to cast their votes. Strong sentiments from various political camps would appear as though the exercise poses danger because of a likelihood of violence.

Together with the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Adamu, the singer appealed for calmness and cordial relationship during the election. A short clip posted on the NPF’s Twitter shows 2face and friends making the good call.

A day prior, the candidates in the presidential election were at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Abuja to sign the peace accord for the second time.

The incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari confirmed that he stood with the interest of the country above any other ambition.

He addressed his countrymen in a TV broadcast at 7pm on Thursday, the National Television Authority (NTA) shared on its website.

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