Police to deploy 25,000 officers for Kogi guber poll
The Inspector General of police, Mohammed Adamu has said that about 25,000 policemen will be deployed for November 16th governorship election in Kogi. Adamu disclosed this in Lokoja on Thursday at a meeting between the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof Mahmood Yakubu and stakeholders in Kogi.ADVERTISEMENT The IGP who was represented by …Telegram File photo: The Inspector General of police, Mohammed Adamu has said that about 25,000 policemen will be deployed for November 16th governorship election in Kogi. Adamu disclosed this in Lokoja on Thursday at a meeting between the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof Mahmood Yakubu and stakeholders in Kogi. ADVERTISEMENT The IGP who was represented by the DIG Operations, Abdulmalik Ali, said the police was fully prepared to provide adequate security for the election. ADVERTISEMENT OVER 5,000 NIGERIAN MEN HAVE OVERCOME POOR BEDROOM PERFORMANCE SYNDROME DUE TO THIS BRILLIANT DISCOVERY He said the police will be professional, impartial and provide level playing field for all candidates in the forthcoming election. The IGP urged the political actors and their supporters to go about their campaigns in peaceful and orderly manner. He said the police and other security agents would not hesitate to deal with those who perpetrate violence before, during and after the election. The IGP said there are intelligence reports that some people are sewing fake security uniforms ahead of the election and warned those doing that or contemplating such to desist or face the full weight of the law. Related Read more: Daily Trust
To assist in smoothening the rigging plan of AP*. How many will be left for Bayelsa na? Election in Nigeria is a war...it shouldn't be... APC chai To help the rigging for your party. What and how did heavy deployment of security operatives help our last election. Where were the dogs your budgeted for during the last election? Nonsense
I can bet... The total population of Boko Haram in this country is not up to 3,000 AFTER ELECTION WHAT HAPPENS?
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Kogi guber: INEC insists SDP candidate's nomination invalid – Daily TrustThe Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has insisted that the Social Democratic Party (SDP) governorship candidate’s nomination for the November 16 Kogi state governorship election was invalid. INEC’s National Commissioner and chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee (IVEC), Barr. Festus Okoye disclosed this on Wednesday in Lokoja at a one day workshop organised by the … Is there a party called SDP?Abeg deregister all these negotiation table election time parties.