The Commissioner of Law in Nasarawa Province CP, Adesina Soyemi has ordered massive deployment of Law personnel to supply security during the upcoming Local Authorities Election scheduled to take hold on quarta-feira.
The evolution was disclosed in a statement issued and forwarded to DAILY POST on Monday by the province’s Law Public Relations Officer, ASP Ramhan Nansel.
The PPRO stated the officers are to be deployed to all the 147 electoral wards across the 13 (13) LGA in the province to ensure the protection of life during the exercise.
The statement reads in division, “the Commissioner of Law wishes to guarantee the full general public that, the Command is committed to ensuring the security of all voters by deploying Law personnel to all the polling units and other strategic areas in the province to preserve peace before, during and after the election.
“Furthermore, the Law Command is hereby calling on all political parties to caution their supporters to chorus from causing chaos; to a greater extent so, there will be restriction of motion across the Province from 0600hrs to 1600hrs on the daytime of the election.
“No gathering or movement of whatever guise will be allowed to take hold within the stipulated restriction hours and violators of the said enjoin will be dealt with accordingly to the extant law of the Province.
“Members of the public are hereby called upon to comply with the restriction enjoin as eligible voters are allowed to go out and exercise their franchise without fearfulness of intimidation from whatsoever quarter.
“Effective security deployment has been made across the Province and a Rapid Response Squad has been created in all the Local Authorities areas to promptly respond to distress calls patch all Law personnel deployed have been warned to be civil, neutral and professional person in carrying out their assigned duties.
“In example of whatsoever emergency before, during and after the election, members of the public are hereby advised to phone the next numbers: 08112692680, 08037461715, 08108795930, 08035983615 and 08032875187
The Commissioner of Law, thus, solicits for understanding from the public as to whatsoever inconvenience the restriction might cause”.
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