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2023 elections: Group takes vote not struggle marketing campaign to violence flashpoints in Bayelsa

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Forward of the 2023 common elections, a bunch often called Fostering Achievement of Group Empowerment (FACE) Initiative, has mentioned it has begun the “Vote Not Struggle, Election No Be Conflict” marketing campaign in some areas recognized as violence flashpoints in Bayelsa State.

Briefing newsmen on Tuesday, on the NUJ Press Centre in Yenagoa, Government Director, Inatimi Peter Odio, acknowledged there was a necessity to handle the problems of violent conflicts, hate speeches, vote shopping for and different vices which have characterised the political and electoral processes since Nigeria returned to democracy.

He mentioned the sensitisation might be taken to areas susceptible to electoral violence within the state comparable to Oporoma group headquarters of Southern Ijaw Native Authorities Space, Nembe LGA, Ekeremor LGA and Brass LGA.

His phrases “The residents significantly youth and girls must be awake to their accountability of nation constructing by way of energetic participation within the electoral course of. This group of residents have remained on the fence for a very long time due to voter apathy”

All non-governmental organizations, group and faith-based organizations, conventional establishments, youths and girls teams ought to deepen engagement with related authorities businesses in demanding professionalism within the conduct of elections and in addition intensify sensitization of their constituents on the necessity to embrace peaceable elections.

The BVAS is an revolutionary recreation changer in Nigeria’s political course of, due to this fact youth are inspired to go get their PVCs and exit en-masse to vote for the brand new Nigeria they want, and keep away from by utilized by politicians to perpetrate electoral violence.

He additionally referred to as on INEC to make sure they make efficient logistic preparations for employees and mobility for voting supplies to boost election day coordination to forestall potential violence ensuing from poor coordination.