US: what will happen to those who will incite violence in Nigeria’s Election

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The United States secretary of state Michael Pompeo, has said that those who will incite violence in Nigeria’s election would be held accountable.

He said:

“The United States government supports a free, fair, transparent, and peaceful election that reflects the will of the Nigerian people.

“It is critical that the Independent National Electoral Commission operates free from outside pressure and intimidation and in a totally objective manner.

“Nigerian security services must provide a safe and secure environment for the Nigerian people to exercise their rights. Those who interfere in the electoral process or incite violence must be held to account.

“The upcoming elections are an opportunity for Nigeria to solidify its place as a democratic leader in Africa”

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This is coming days after El-Rufai threatened international observers of going in body bags should they interfere in the forthcoming election.

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