The Supervising Deputy Inspector General of Police, North Western States, DIG Hafiz Mohammed Inuwa has visited Zamfara State Command on Thursday for Election Monitoring and Supervision.
He called on all Political Parties and their candidates to play the Political game according to the laid down rules, and also talked to their supporters on the need to be law abiding at all level and shun all forms of violent activities before, during and after elections.
DIG Inuwa used the opportunity to appeal to all stakeholders to continue to support the police and other security Agencies, noting that the police would continue to be professional by being non partisan.
While in Zamfara State, the DIG also addressed officers on election duty, Heads of Security Agencies, Chairmen/representatives of all the Political Parties, Religious Leaders, Civil Society Organisations and the Press.
Inuwa further re-emphasized on the existing order excluding all quasi – Security outfits from participating in the election security, and advised such organisations to keep away from any election security duty.
The DIG further stated that the Police would work in collaboration with the Nigeria Armed Forces, Department of Security Service (DSS), NSCDC, Nigerian Customs, Nigerian Immigration, Nigerian Correctional Service, FRSC and NDLEA respectively.
DIG Mohammed Inuwa was in the state as part of the election monitoring and supervision tour to North Western states to address officers and other stakeholders on what are expected from all and sundry before, during and after the elections.