The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Dahiru Abubakar, salutes the people of Ondo State for their peaceful conduct during and after the gubernatorial elections held at the weekend throughout the State.
A statement by the spokesman of the Police, Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP), Frank Mba, said, “The IGP is particularly appreciative of the high level of turn out, discipline, orderliness, patience and understanding displayed by the people even in the face of some operational and logistic challenges.”
“He commended them for the immense cooperation accorded the Police and other sister security agencies which made the job of policing the elections much easier. This development, the IGP observes has proved that democracy has come to stay in our country.” He added.
CSP Frank Mba further said, “The IGP also notes with satisfaction the high level of commitment, professionalism and patriotism exhibited by officers and men of the Police, the military and other security agencies.”
“He commended their discipline, dedication and hard work in ensuring a most conducive environment for the peaceful and crisis-free conduct of the election. The remarkable synergy amongst the various security agencies is a clear signal of the new collective resolve and commitment of all law enforcement agencies to work together for the greater good of the nation.
“He noted that their performance has justified the huge resources invested in pre-deployment training, general capacity building and welfare of the personnel involved in the security management of the election.” The statement said.
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Ondo Polls: IGP salutes Ondo people for peaceful election, commends security agencies