Police Warns the Public Against Violence Ahead Of 2021 Polls

Police Warns the Public Against Violence Ahead Of 2021 Polls

While addressing the press at police headquarters today, the police spokesperson, Fred Enanga said that police had received cases where some voters are being intimidated as the country heads for voting next Thursday.

Enanga warned that police will not allow such cases to happen and those who will be involved in any kind of violence will face consequences.

“Those who are planning to harass voters on polling day will face the consequences. Police will not allow such acts to continue,” Enanga warned.

He also revealed that police have received a footage where supporters of a certain candidate being intimidated.

” As the joint security force, we continue to review this footage with the intention of apprehending the culprits,” Enanga said.

Enanga asked the public to verify every information before its put out to the public especially on social media to avoid misinformation and its consequences.