Boko Haram individuals have avoided Yobe state senator, Ibrahim Gaidam, from casting a ballot. An announcement from the Director General, Media undertakings to the representative, Abdullahi Bego, said the early morning assaults by the group individuals in the state kept the senator from sharing in the activity. He said the security operators exhorted the senator to forfeit taking part in the decision.
This is a direct result of the occurrence in Gaidam town promptly in the day, which has just been brought leveled out and casting a ballot is currently in progress there, the security offices would normally look to fortify and expand security around the representative for him to make a trip to make his choice.
“That expanded security around the representative will imply that fundamental security assets that are required somewhere else in the state would need to be occupied and apportioned to the senator.
“The legislature settled on the choice – in meeting with the security organizations – that it is better and progressively valuable for the security specialists, including troopers, police, Civil Defense, DSS, and so forth to concentrate on giving security to the race all through the state.
“As things stand currently, casting a ballot is going on effectively over the state and His Excellency Governor Gaidam is satisfied and appreciative to the general population for the huge turnout at surveying units all through the state”.
Representative Geidam, who is additionally a senatorial competitor in the Presidential and National Assembly race, lauded security offices for their push to guarantee a tranquil and effective decision over the State.