The Defence Headquarters has vowed to resist anything that would truncate the May 29 handover ceremony.

The Military spoke against the recent agitation for Interim National Government by some groups dissatisfied with the outcome of the presidential election.

Chief of Army Staff, Faruk Yahaya, threatened to crack down on potential threat to national security and warned the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and other fringe groups not to test the will of the military.

He said the peaceful conduct of the general elections despite the insecurity engineered by the outlawed groups was a testament to the military’s resolve to ensure security across the country.

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