The commissioner of police in Enugu State, Mr Suleiman Balarabe, has warned trouble-makers and political thugs to steer clear of Enugu State during and after the Saturday’s elections.
Balarabe gave the warning on Friday in Enugu after a meeting with senior officers of the command, Divisional Police Officers (DPOs) and heads of department ahead of Saturday’s Governorship and State Assembly Elections.
“Those nursing any plan to cause any breach of peace should have a change of mind as anyone caught will be made to face the full weight of the law,’’ he warned.
The commissioner further revealed that adequate security arrangements had been made in partnership with other security agencies in the state.
Balarabe, however, urged officers and men of the command to continue to remain professional in performance of their electoral security duties.
According to him, you must be neutral and be ready at all times to discharge your security duties creditably well avoiding the issue of taking side.
“They must not allow act or exhibition of lawlessness within their area of responsibilities,’’ he added.
- Eid-el-Maulud: MURIC urges youth to embrace FG’s SIP
- Verdict: Oyo APC lauds Appellate Court, urges calm
- Rotaract Club donates hospital items to Ojodu Lagos PHC
- Niger Govt. reinvigorates school sports to engage youths meaningfully
- Edo Govt. to provide 100,000 hectares of land for oil palm investors
- MSD campaign: Obiano warns immunisation workers against collection of tips
- 2019 AFRIFF: Tanzania Film Board woos Africa movie investors
- Igbo youths celebrate Mamman Daura at 80, felicitate with Muslims on Eid-el-Maulud
- 60% of drugs imported to be manufactured locally – NAFDAC
- Buhari greets ex-Anambra Gov. Virgy Etiaba at 77
- 2019 AFRIFF: Namibia Film Commission seeks collaboration with Nigerian filmmakers
- Delta guber: Appeal Court reserves judgment in Ogboru’ suit
- Court reserves judgment in appeal against Ihedioha’s election
- Edo Special Marshals strategise for optimal efficiency during Yuletide
- Lam Adesina: 120 students benefit N1.2m bursary award
- Imbibe spirit of love, patience, equity, lawmaker advises Muslims
- NAFDAC calls for stiffer punishment for drug traffickers
- Expert urges govt. to fund artificial intelligence research to boost ICT
- Appeal Court judgment: Oyo people’s mandate remains intact – Makinde
- NYSC DG expresses concern over dress code controversy