Bayelsa Guber Election: IGP Egbetokun Charges Personnel to Be Good Ambassadors, Warns Against Electoral Violence

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun, has charged Officers and Men of the Command at the Bayelsa State Headquarters, to be good ambassadors of the Nigeria Police Force always, even in the aftermath of the November 11 guber polls.

IGP Egbetokun gave the warning today Monday 6th November, 2023, when he visited Bayelsa State to engage stakeholders, Police Officers and other security agencies in preparation for the forthcoming guber election in Bayelsa State.

Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi disclosed in his press statement that the IGP met with the governor of Bayelsa State, Sen Douye Diri at the Governor's Office in Yenegoa, where he promised the people of the state of a free, fair, secured, and credible election on 11th November, 2023. 

He equally urged the governor as a candidate in the election to charge his supporters to embrace peace in the state. 

The IGP also met with the traditional rulers at the Bayelsa State Council of Traditional Rulers' Secretariat in Yenagoa. 

He seized the opportunity to discuss many security related issues with the traditional rulers and urged them to encourage Bayelsans to go out and exercise their franchise during the election, as the Police and other security agencies have emplaced adequate security for the smooth conduct of the election. 

The IGP later addressed Officers and Men of the Command at the State Headquarters, where he tasked them to discharge their duties without fear or favour and act within the ambit of the law during the Saturday election. 

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