Anambra Govt claims conspiracy to arrest officials

Anambra Govt claims conspiracy to arrest officials
Anambra Govt claims conspiracy to arrest officials

 

 

The Anambra state government has increased the alarm over a claimed connivance to arrest its officials on trumped-up charges as collusion to minimize the chances of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Saturday’s elections.

In a press release from the Anambra State Government, signed by the Commissioner for Information and Education, Mr. K. Don Adinuba, it is said that the conspiracy was developed by an unnamed political party.

He said that some members of an unnamed political party were planning to use a government tool to carry out their conspiracy, even without the knowledge of state security chiefs.

The Anambra State Government has received credible intelligence reports of the actions of members of a certain political party to use government instruments to arrest key state government officials at any time under the pretext of … to press charges to disrupt the governor’s election to be held on Saturday 6 November 2021 one meeting on how to use the government’s coercive apparatus to carry out this conspiracy has just taken place in Awka, the capital of Anambra state.

“None of the leaders of the national security agencies knows about this conspiracy. Desperate politicians want to use certainly compromised operatives working unknowingly to carry out this act, not to mention support from the heads of national security services. ”

He added that: “This announcement is made in order to bring evil plans to the attention of all people of Anambra, as well as to the attention of all relevant authorities for immediate action.

“All of our people should go about their daily business while the state government takes all necessary measures to ensure free, fair, and transparent elections on Saturday. State elections have been very free and fair over the past few years. We will continue to do our best to maintain a new tradition of free and fair polling. ”