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Kogi Guber: 2face storms Lokoja, sues for peace, violence-free election

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The veteran Nigerian music star, Inocencio Ujah Idibia, popularly called 2Face, broke into Tuesday in the city of Lokoja, the capital of the state of Kogi, to call for peace and ensure a governor-free election of violence in November.

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that The music icon that defends the “Vote don’t fight, don’t choose war” campaign, he told Latest Nigeria newspaper that he was in the state to preach peace and make sure that fraudulent politicians don’t use young people for their interest selfish.

2face, who made a courtesy call to the Chief of Staff of the Governor of the State of Kogi, Edward Onoja, and the secretary of the Popular Democratic Party, PDP, respectively, said his organization had mobilized more than 62 million people in the country to drive the campaign for peace.

The African Queen singer also emphasized that the ‘Vote not fight, the election is not war’ campaign that was launched in 2014 is partnering with national and international agencies, including the National Democratic Institute, NDI, Participation Initiative for Change of Development Behavior, PIBCID and Assistance in Action.

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that The former member of the deceased children of Plantashun warned the youth of the state to be good ambassadors of his country and emphasized that they are the future of this nation.

He also urged security agencies and electoral arbitrators to be neutral in the performance of their duties.