Police to shut down all borders in Kogi for elections
As part of measures to beef up security for the November 16th governorship and Kogi West Senatorial election, the Nigerian Police, in conjunction with sister security agencies has announced the shutting down of all entry and exit borders.
The Kogi State Commissioner of Police Hakeem Busari disclosed this while addressing journalists at the Police headquarters in Lokoja on Wednesday.
CP Busari said it will take effect from 12 midnight of Friday 15th November to 6 PM Saturday 16th, November 2019.
“Members of the public are advised to adhere strictly with the order as anyone that contravened such order will be dealt with in accordance to the law” he added.
You may be interested
Iheanacho Subbed Off, Ndidi Stars In Leicester Home Draw; Bournemouth Win At Chelseaadmin - December 14, 2019
Kelechi Iheanacho kept his place in Leicester City’s first eleven but was hauled off in the first half for an…
We’ll ensure democratic culture, legacies take firmer roots in Nigeria ― Buhariadmin - December 14, 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari, on Saturday in Ile-Ife, Osun State declared that his administration would ensure the strong enthrenchment of democratic…