IGP Orders Motion Restriction on Election Day

IGP Orders Motion Restriction on Election Day

The Inspector Common of Police (IGP), Usman Baba, has ordered the restriction of vehicular motion in the course of the governorship and house of assembly elections on Saturday.

This assertion was signed on Thursday by Muyiwa Adejobi, the drive’s spokesperson. The restriction has been stated to take impact from 12 am to six pm.

In line with the statements, the restriction of all types of vehicular motion on roads, waterways, and different types of transportation, from 12 am to six pm on election day in all states the place elections can be performed excluding these on important providers akin to INEC Officers should be noticed because of the forthcoming Gubernatorial and State Homes of Meeting elections scheduled to carry on the 18th of march, 2023.

The Federal Capital Territory was excluded as there can be no election performed there.

The IGP restated the ban on all safety aides to VIPs and escorts from accompanying their principals and politicians to polling cubicles and collation centres in the course of the election.

“State-established and owned safety outfits/organizations, quasi-security items, and privately-owned guard and safety outfits are additionally barred from collaborating in election safety administration”, he stated.

The assertion partly reads that the Inspector Common of Police urges all residents to be law-abiding throughout and after the elections with assurance that every one obligatory safety preparations have been emplaced to make sure they train their franchise unrestrained.

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