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Bayelsa Guber: Goodluck Jonathan leaves a strong comment before the polls

Previous President Goodluck Jonathan has encouraged the general population of Bayelsa State to cast a ballot against any applicant who advances savagery amid the inevitable governorship decision in the state.

Jonathan pledged to be a piece of the electorate that would activate and dismiss viciousness in the governorship decision in the state. He decided in Yenagoa, the state capital, as an uncommon visitor of respect at an administration workshop/gathering on Credible Governorship Election and Good Governance in Bayelsa State sorted out by the Ijaw Elders Forum, Lagos as a team with Ijaw Professionals Association, Ijaw Nation Forum, G24 Embasara Foundation, and Ijaw Women Connect.

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Jonathan expressed that after the primaries of all the ideological groups, all the governorship competitors must be persuaded to confront the general population and promise not to take part in brutality. He approached all pioneers of the Ijaw country to remain behind the general population to dismiss violent behaviors amid the race.

As indicated by Jonathan: “For those that need to lead us politically, they should attempt as they can to play down brutality. Each one of those that need to guide us as the governorship races are coming, they should play down viciousness. “We should meet up as Bayelsans and advise whoever needs to decide us that we won’t acknowledge brutality.  “On the off chance that anyone utilizes viciousness, we would remain by the general population till the end.

“After the primaries of the ideological groups, every one of the competitors should come and vow in our essence that they would not be associated with viciousness amid the races. No one ought to anticipate that us should choose him as the legislative leader of Bayelsa State on the off chance that one individual kicks the bucket amid the race.” The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has fixed November 16 for the governorship race in the state.

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