Supporters ride in a campaign bus of leading opposition All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate Mohammadu Buhari and his running mate Yemi Osinbajo as they drive past a campaign poster of Nigerian President and candidate to his re-elect ~ PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
Lagos - Femi Falana, a senior advocate of Nigeria has said that he fears the upcoming elections will be sabotaged by what he called anti-democratic forces, Naij reported.
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Falana added that these actions could result in the military staging a coup d'etat, setting in place an interim government.
Speaking at the Foursquare Gospel Church owned Life Theological Seminary at the weekend, he warned of post-election violence that could result if the polls take place.
He however praised the government's efforts to eradicate Boko Haram, but warned Nigerians to prepare themselves for a long and drawn-out battle for the liberation of the country from economic and political predators.
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