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24 CSOs raise alarm over plans to destabilize Nigeria ahead 2019 elections

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A coalition of 24 civil society organisations (CSOs) under the auspices of C24 has raised the alarm over plans by disgruntled politicians, conniving with some members of the judiciary to destabilize the country ahead of the coming 2019 General Elections.

The Executive Secretary, Anti-Corruption and Research Based Data Initiative (ARDI), Chief Dennis Emeka Aghanya, who led other members of the coalition, told newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja that there had been clandestine activities by some desperate politicians, compromised judicial officers, unscrupulous personnel of the electoral umpire and hostile foreign actors to destabilize the peace of Nigeria before, during and after the 2019 General Elections.

According to him, those aggrieved among the political class were those this administration is prosecuting for looting the public treasury when they held public office.

“These rattled members of the political class consider themselves in a race against time to ward off the evil day when they must account for their misdeeds against the people, and they are prepared to wreck anything, even the country itself, to prevent the inevitable reckoning.

“They have responded with curious political realignments to strengthen the aforesaid vicious conspiracy whose fulcrum consists of the recruitment through blackmail or bribery or both.

“We recall that the present administration undertook a cleansing exercise of the Judiciary some time ago, raiding residences and making arrests, including some of the highest ranking judicial officers in the nation. Some of these judicial officers have since been arraigned in various courts.

“Sadly, some of the biggest fishes were let off the hook then in what we discovered to be a shout-out to the self-same insular sentiments which have so grotesquely distorted the administration of justice in our nation and stunted her growth and development,” Aghanya said.

He lamented that some of the indicted judicial officers were later promoted within the Judiciary despite the existence of dossiers full of evidence uncovered by several investigating agencies.

“These Judicial Officers have now become the hub of a grand conspiracy to undermine the electoral Sovereignty of Nigeria via incendiary rulings, injunctions and judgments throughout the 2019 electoral cycle in a manner that is certain to cause provoke civil uprising among the populace,” he said.


https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/24-csos-raise-alarm-over-plans-to-destabilize-nigeria-ahead-2019-elections.html


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