Abuja – The Federal Government has denied reports that military rule will administered in Borno State over the democratic structure because of the rise in terrorist activities, Vanguard reports.
Dr. Reuben Abati, Special Advisor to the President on Media and Publicity, has called the rumors preposterous and said that the government would not remove democratically elected governors.
Abati states that the constitution of the republic does not recommend the rule of the military over that of the civilian as it does not adhere to the democratic setting of the country.
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