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Infringe on Anyone's Right And Get Sacked - IGP Threatens Officers

Infringe on Anyone's Right And Get Sacked - IGP Threatens Officers

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, NPM, mni, has warned that any Police Officer caught or reported of going against or infringing on any citizens right without due course will face trials and finally sack. Following the recent banning of FSARS, STS, IRT, and other security parts that make up the Police from the highways. He made this known in Abuja while addressing all the AIG's, CSP's, DSP's, and other top Police Officers. Tasking them to report any misconduct from their different States and Zones of Officers under their watch who flaunts this order for immediate dismissal.

In the same vein, as the Ondo State Guber Election draws nigh, Inspector Adamu has warned Politicians against electoral misconduct, and other electoral violence during and after the election.

While encouraging the Ondo State Citizens to come out en mass and cast their votes, he urged them to that peacefully without instigating any form of fear amongst the general public. He also urged the Parties involved to disengage from unguided utterances in order to maintain peace.

According to him, anyone found contrary to this irrespective of your status in the society will be held accountable and face the full wrath of the law. The Ondo State election will be coming up in three days' time, Saturday to be precise.

In other news, at least 33,000 Security Personnel have been deployed ahead of the election to aid in smooth observance. The IGP also claimed that air and ground surveillance were mounted so as to cob criminality and irrelevant behaviors during the polls.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared that all are set ahead of the election on Saturday. He mentioned this while meeting with the returning officers and the State Electoral Commissioner.

Prof. Yakubu also maintained that all technical issues which may mar the successful outcome of the have been bridged and clearly sorted out. He, therefore, urged all Politicians to maintain peace and tranquility so as to have successful voting. The Commission's boss also reiterated the efforts of the INEC in delivering free and fair elections.

Recall that the Edo State election drew the attention of both Local and International Observers, and was said to be the best they have conducted so far. Hence, appeal to all to contribute and aid the Commission to achieve and replicate such a result as was done in Edo State.

"I'm confident that we will deliver another wonderful election as we did in Edo State. Live zoom which will respond to any report from our agents from across the state to monitor the situation." He said.

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