Nigerian Police Promise To Conduct Peaceful Poll In Osun

The Nigerian Police Force has promised to ensure that the Governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun States are devoid of rigging and malpractices.

The Assistant Inspector General of Police in Charge of zone 11, David Omojola made the promise while on familiarization tour to the Ondo State Police Command.

TVC NEWS Ayodeji Moradeyo reports that the familiarization tour is one of the strategies designed by police authorities to examine the needs of various formations and appraise their performance

The visit gave the men of the Ondo state police command to table their demands before the Assistant Inspector General of Police in Charge of zone 11, David Omojola.

The state commissioner of Police, Patrick Dukumor who presented the demands drew the attention of the AIG to the perennial problems of inadequate logistics being faced by the command.

Although, he explained that crime is not on the increase in the Sunshine state, he urged the Police Boss to address the shortage of essential and critical working tools.

The AIG who assured the command that their demands would be urgently addressed, said that the police authorities would continue to provide adequate security for Nigerians.

Although he noted that Ekiti state is not under his control, Omojola promised that the police would ensure hitch free elections in Ekiti and Osun states.

The AIG is expected to move to other formations in the state where he is expected to hold meetings with police officers, traditional rulers
and other relevant stakeholders.

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