4000 Police Force Deployed As INEC Get Set For Elections In Taraba




Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Taraba state office have confirm that all is set to conduct the Saturday’s presidential / national assembly elections in the state. This was disclose to LEADERSHIP Newspaper by the director of information INEC Taraba state office Mr. Febian Yame. Febian while speaking with LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPER on phone said all the required materials for the Saturday’s election process have been deployed to the various areas and the commission is ready for commencement of the exercise tomorrow (Saturday). He said both the sensitive and Non sensitive materials for the election were deployed alongside the ad-hoc staff of the commission who were trained to conduct the process and the security were all deployed at the same time to guide and protect both the materials and the staff for credible election tomorrow. “As we speak, no election material is left with us here in the office, they have been taken to the areas which they will be used for tomorrow’s election. We are sure of the security of the materials and as early as 8: am tomorrow, we will kick start the process across the sixteen local government areas of the state at the same time.

Leadership Nigeria Newspaper NEWS 4000 Police Force Deployed As INEC Get Set For Elections In TarabaPublished 21 hours ago on February 22, 2019 By John Mkom Jalingo Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Taraba state office have confirm that all is set to conduct the Saturday’s presidential / national assembly elections in the state. This was disclose to LEADERSHIP Newspaper by the director of information INEC Taraba state office Mr. Febian Yame. Febian while speaking with LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPER on phone said all the required materials for the Saturday’s election process have been deployed to the various areas and the commission is ready for commencement of the exercise tomorrow (Saturday). He said both the sensitive and Non sensitive materials for the election were deployed alongside the ad-hoc staff of the commission who were trained to conduct the process and the security were all deployed at the same time to guide and protect both the materials and the staff for credible election tomorrow. “As we speak, no election material is left with us here in the office, they have been taken to the areas which they will be used for tomorrow’s election. We are sure of the security of the materials and as early as 8: am tomorrow, we will kick start the process across the sixteen local government areas of the state at the same time. Meanwhile, the Nigerian Police Force Taraba State Command said over 4000 Police force have been deployed across the state to monitor the presidential / national assembly polls. Speaking with Leadership Newspaper, the police public relation officer Taraba state command David Misar disclose that the state command have deployed 4000 police while other senior Police officers were earlier deployed by the police national headquarters to the state to ensure a hitch free polls on Saturday. Misar also stated that the command have identified all the strategic areas in the state and have made adequate Police Man power at the areas to give INEC the peaceful atmosphere to conduct a credible elections in the state.




Leadership Nigeria Newspaper NEWS4000 Police Force Deployed As INEC Get Set For Elections In TarabaPublished 21 hours ago on February 22, 2019 By John Mkom Jalingo Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Taraba state office have confirm that all is set to conduct the Saturday’s presidential / national assembly elections in the state. This was disclose to LEADERSHIP Newspaper by the director of information INEC Taraba state office Mr. Febian Yame. Febian while speaking with LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPER on phone said all the required materials for the Saturday’s election process have been deployed to the various areas and the commission is ready for commencement of the exercise tomorrow (Saturday). He said both the sensitive and Non sensitive materials for the election were deployed alongside the ad-hoc staff of the commission who were trained to conduct the process and the security were all deployed at the same time to guide and protect both the materials and the staff for credible election tomorrow. “As we speak, no election material is left with us here in the office, they have been taken to the areas which they will be used for tomorrow’s election. We are sure of the security of the materials and as early as 8: am tomorrow, we will kick start the process across the sixteen local government areas of the state at the same time. Meanwhile, the Nigerian Police Force Taraba State Command said over 4000 Police force have been deployed across the state to monitor the presidential / national assembly polls. Speaking with Leadership Newspaper, the police public relation officer Taraba state command David Misar disclose that the state command have deployed 4000 police while other senior Police officers were earlier deployed by the police national headquarters to the state to ensure a hitch free polls on Saturday. Misar also stated that the command have identified all the strategic areas in the state and have made adequate Police Man power at the areas to give INEC the peaceful atmosphere to conduct a credible elections in the state. He further revealed that the command at the time of the interview have not received any information that pose any threat against the Saturday’s elections in Taraba state. “You know, there are other security sister agencies that have deployed their men to the state to complement the police efforts to ensure a free and credible elections tomorrow, we are going to cooperate with them and I think for now, we are good to go. Check in Wukari, Gasol, Ardo-Kola and Jalingo local government areas of Taraba state gathered that the electorate were anxiously waiting in a calm mood to cast their votes in a peaceful manner tomorrow. Those who spoke to our Correspondent at the various places call on INEC to ensure that their votes counts, majority of the electorate also call on the federal government to advice the security to remain professional during and after the elections.

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