Plateau: Police Seek Peaceful Conduct of LG Polls 

 

Yakubu Busari , Jos

 

The Commissioner of Police, Plateau State Command of the Nigeria Police Force, CP Undie Andie has charged politicians to eschew violent and conduct themselves  in a manner that  would ensure peaceful conduct of the Local Government polls schedule  to hold on October 10

He disclosed this  during  a stakeholders  meeting  held at the  Police  Officers Mess, Jos on Friday.

Andie  warned again  complacency, stating that  police  has nothing  to do with vote buying, snatching of ballots boxes as been perceived publicly.

He said: In this game there is no sacred cows; the electorate is expected  to go and cast their  vote and go back  home  but let me warm  those who are found of loitering  around  after  voting that they would  be arrested  and punish  according  to law. ”

Disclosing that the police have identified  all the flash points which all the  security  agencies  would be involved  in handling, he said the security agencies would “ those in the habit of fomenting trouble would be caught and made to reveal their sponsors, if any and the law will  take course”

The commissioner said there is going  to be  restriction  of movements  and urged  the  politicians  to respect  the rules of the game.