Police Conduct In Ekiti Guber Polls, Good Test-Run For 2023 General Election – PSC



The conduct of Police personnel deployed at the Ekiti governorship election held at the weekend has been applauded by the Police Service Commission (PSC).

In a release by its Head, Press and Public Relations, Mr. Ikechukwu Ani the commission described the performance of the cops as a huge improvement and a good test-run for the 2023 General elections. 

” It reads, ” The Ekiti State Governorship Election held yesterday, June 18th 2022 was largely peaceful and orderly. The Nigeria Police Force, the lead Agency, in collaboration with sister Agencies, such as the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, DSS, Federal Road Safety Commission, etc, were professional and  their conduct satisfactory.

“The Commission monitored the conduct of the Police in the 16 Local Government Areas of the State where the Commission’s Monitors confirmed that the Police teams arrived the Polling Units on time and were civil and courteous in their conduct.

“Deputy Inspector General of Police, Johnson Kokumo led the Security team for the election and  ensured that deployments were timely and well organized.

“The Police also promptly intervened in some reported cases of vote buying and crowd misbehaviour and  showed adequate presence in most of the polling Units. 

“There was an average of two to five Police Officers in most of the polling Units visited by the Commission’s Monitors.

“The Commission sees the conduct of the Police in the Ekiti Governorship election as a huge improvement and a good test-run for the 2023 General elections. 

“There was massive deployment of Police Officers from different Commands and formations of the Force and this gave the voters a sense of security”.


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