Cross River: IPAC Partners Vote Not Fight, Election No Be War Team To Ensure 2023 Election Is Peaceful And Participatory

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By Archibong Jeremiah

Cross River State Chapter of the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) has committed to working with the Vote Not Fight, Election No Be War campaign team to ensure the forthcoming general elections are peaceful and participatory.

The State Chairman of IPAC, Mr. Anthony Attah Bissong who played host to the State Technical Committee members of the campaign during an advocacy visit maintained that the elections are not going to be business as usual.

Stating his commitment, Mr. Attah said “We will work against any element of violence as a group. Personally, if the election is not going to be peaceful I won’t participate.”

He added that “your aims and objectives are good and worth encouraging, youth turnout is a key factor in ensuring the election is participatory and peaceful, join hands with other groups to ensure you drive your message home.”

Earlier, the Cross River State Vote Not Fight, Election No Be War Technical Committee Team lead, Mr. Lawrence Peter emphasized the cardinal role IPAC plays in ensuring elections in Nigeria are free, fair, credible, peaceful, and participatory by youths and women.

In his words: “Because of the importance of IPAC, we have come to see how we can work together in achieving and sustaining peaceful and participatory elections in Cross River State and the country at large.”

Relatively, Ukeme-Obong Albert and Mercy Igboke, both members of the State Vote Not Fight, Election No Be War Technical Committee buttressed the efficacy of having free, fair, credible, peaceful, and participatory elections.

Fostering Achievement of Community Empowerment (FACE) Initiative is the implementing organization in the South-South.

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