The New Nigeria Peoples Party, presidential candidate Rabiu Kwankwaso has urged Nigerians to express their collective anger at the polls on February 25, insisting that the Naira redesign policy was ill-advised and timed.
Kwankwaso made this known in a statement posted on his verified Twitter handle on Thursday.
He expressed concerns about reports of fracas in some parts of the country over the effects of the policy.
While urging Nigeria to eschew violence and maintain peace and order, the former Kano State Governor said he called on Nigerians to maintain law and order and shun violent reactions.
He said, “I’m concerned about reports of tensions and fracas in some parts of the country in reaction to devastating naira redesign policy.
“While I maintain that the policy is ill-advised and timed, I call on all Nigerians to maintain law and order, and to avoid violent reactions. I also urge all of us to express our collective anger at the polls on February 25. Let us all endure, persevere and keep our country safe,” he wrote.