2023 General Elections: Police Organize One-Day Seminar on Curbing Electoral Violence for Officers, other Stakeholders

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As IGP Assures of Police Readiness to Provide Full Security Coverage.

As part of his quest to ensure that officers of the Nigeria Police Force are adequately prepared to effectively police the 2023 General Elections, particularly officers responsible for strategic operational deployments and active field duties across the states of the Federation, the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, CFR, has directed the convergence of all Heads of Operations in State and Zonal Commands at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, on Monday 20th February, 2023, by 9am, for a one-day training seminar on practical approaches to curbing electoral violence within the election process.

According to a Press release signed by the CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi,
Force Headquarters Public Relations Office, the seminar to be declared open by the IGP on Monday, will have in attendance, Deputy Commissioners of Police in charge of Operations at all Zonal and State Commands of the Nigeria Police Force, participants from the operations department of the military, and other security agencies involved in election security management, members of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), the Media, Youth representatives and the diplomatic community.

The seminar, themed “The Role of the Nigeria Police Force in Curbing Election Violence in Nigeria as it Affects the Upcoming 2023 General Elections”, was organized by the NPF in conjunction with Central Soft Support Services.

Professor Sunday Ochoche, fwc, of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, (NIPSS), will serve as a keynote speaker, alongside AIG Wilson Inalegwu (Rtd) and CP Lawrence Alobi (Rtd.)

The Inspector-General of Police has assured that the Nigeria Police Force will collaborate with relevant stakeholders to ensure preparedness to deliver on its mandate of providing full security coverage before, during, and after the 2023 General Elections.

 

 

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