BREAKING: IGP Baba Orders Movement Restriction on Election Day
- Police boss, Usman Baba has given a fresh directive, three days to the 2023 presidential election
- IGP Baba ordered a restriction of all forms of vehicular movement on roads, waterways and other forms of transportation
- The order was given to ensure a safe, secure, and conducive environment for the conduct of 2023 elections, is aimed at ensuring public order management, the safety of electorates, as well as assisting the security agencies
On Wednesday, February 22, the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, ordered a restriction of all forms of vehicular movement on roads, waterways, and other forms of transportation, from 12:00 am to 6:00 pm on Election Day.
This is with the exception of those on essential services such as officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), election observers, ambulances responding to medical emergencies, and firefighters among others.
This was revealed by the Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, in a Wednesday night, Febraury 22, a report by The Punch confirmed.
The presidential and national assembly elections are scheduled for February 25.
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2023 presidency: NLC takes final decision, reveals who workers should vote for nationwide
Ahead of the Saturday, February 25 presidential election, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has declared its support for the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi.
The labour union declared support for Obi after the inaugural meeting held by its National Administrative Council on Wednesday, February 22.
Legit.ng gathers that the NLC’s endorsement of the LP flagbearer was contained in a state signed by the National Secretary, National Political Commission of the congress, Chris Uyot.
Must IGP Baba retire in 2023? Intrigue, anxiety as Police Service Commission gives final say
Amid calls for the resignation of Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Usman Alkali Baba, the Police Service Commission (PSC) has given its final position on the elongation of senior officers’ tenure.
In a statement on Tuesday, January 24, the PSC spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani, said the commission would not extend the tenures of the retiring senior police officers; this also included IGP Baba, who is expected to retire in March.
Ani insisted in the statement that all existing laws, the Police Act, PSC Act, and the constitution of Nigeria prevail on the PSC not to extend the tenure of retiring senior police officers.