Gov. Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara on Friday in Ilorin called on politicians and their supporters in the state to avoid acts capable of disrupting the peace during the visit of President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday.
The governor made the appeal in a statement signed by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Communication, Dr. Muyiddeen Akorede.
The governor urged all residents of the state to conduct themselves peacefully and lawfully at all times.
The governor said President Jonathan would be accorded all courtesies befitting his office
“As a peace loving administration, we urge all to keep the peace, be lawful, and avoid any action or utterance capable of rupturing our reputation for harmony”, Ahmed said.
The governor said that regardless of political affiliation, our people must remain mindful of the rule of law and shun all actions that contravene the law, especially the maintenance of public order.