Abuja - President Goodluck Jonathan has given an indication
that efforts are being administered to improve security measures in the
North-East ahead of the 2015 elections, Punch reported.
There have been speculations that some places may not be able to hold elections
because of the growing insurgency in the country.
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The country's armed forces and other security agencies will work together in
order to intensify the security sitaution.
The chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Attahiru
Jega has also added that holding elections in a certain area will be determined
by the security situation at the time.
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