Nigeria Police Announce Preparations For 2023 Elections

Nigeria Police Announce Preparations For 2023 Elections
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In a fresh announcement, the Nigerian Police has revealed that they have duly commenced their fresh rounds of preparations for the 2023 general elections.

CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi who is the Force Public Relations Officer had also given the hint of this at a press briefing on Friday.

Read Also: China Announces Opening Of Police Station In Nigeria

Inspector General Usman Baba will also be presiding over a conference and retreat for the Senior Police Officers in Owerri, the Imo capital as regards this scenatio.

The gathering will discuss how the Force can play a play more effective and efficient role in the management of election security and Adejobi announced that Baba had outlined tailored strategies as the country prepares for the transfer of power next May.

“These include training to enhance the capacity of officers and men to respond to threats to the general elections and adequately manage national security”, he said.

The FPRO had also assured that the police had been unrelenting in ensuring that the people experienced a friendly policing system.

The spokesperson said the Force was determined to tackle villains and other purveyors of crime and criminality.

In another report, the government of China has announced the opening of police stations in Nigeria and across over 20 countries in Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa in its bid to boost efforts aimed at tackling the increasing criminal activities of its citizens abroad.

This announcement was contained in an investigative statement titled, ‘110 Overseas Chinese Transnational Policing Gone Wild’ which was obtained by Africa Daily News, New York.

According to multiple reports, the police stations are created to bring ‘down on all kinds of illegal and criminal activities involving overseas Chinese.’

Lesotho and Tanzania are the two other African countries apart from Nigeria that have Chinese police stations.

 

Africa Today News, New York

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