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AMA-TIME: PRINCE OGUNLEYE, ASIPA KAOLI, SEN. ABIRU, REP. BENSON, IKORODU COUNCIL BOSSES GRACE HON. ARO FLAG-OFF CAMPAIGN, MAMMOTH CROWD ON PURPLE STORMS ALAJEDE’S PALACE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
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AMA-TIME: PRINCE OGUNLEYE, ASIPA KAOLI, SEN. ABIRU, REP. BENSON, IKORODU COUNCIL BOSSES GRACE HON. ARO FLAG-OFF CAMPAIGN, MAMMOTH CROWD ON PURPLE STORMS ALAJEDE’S PALACE ®™√ INN Nigeria © ELECTION 2023: BOLA TINUBU 4 PRESIDENT 2023 SUPPORT GROUP STORMS IKORODU DIVISION, URGE MONARCHS TO GALVANISE VOTERS FOR APC CANDIDATES ®™√ INN Nigeria © TINUBU TO OGUN STATE VOTERS: NEW NAIRA NOTES & FUEL SCARCITY WON’T AFFECT OUR VICTORY, WE’LL BOOST AGRICULTURE & INDUSTRIES ®™√ INN Nigeria © LASG: LAGOS WILL NEVER CONDONE VIOLENCE, SANWO-OLU WON’T PARTICIPATE IN GOVERNORSHIP DEBATE HOSTED BY POJU OYEMADE ®™√ INN Nigeria © SANWO-OLU SIGNS N1.76 TRILLION LAGOS ‘BUDGET OF CONTINUITY’ INTO LAW ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
499400000003325166558688839138 The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, in line with the commitment of President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, to leaving a legacy of a deepened democratic system and credible electoral process in the nation, has engaged in tactical meetings and conferences with various stakeholders to build solid Standard Operating Procedure and strategic communication action plan geared towards having a seamless electoral process for the 2023 General Elections.
In furtherance of the IGP’s critical plans in actualising free, fair, and credible elections in Nigeria, a strategic meeting with all heads of operations of national security agencies in the country, was held at the instance of the IGP , on Tuesday 13th December 2022, at the Force Headquarters, Abuja, to further deepen inter-agency collaborative initiatives towards guaranteeing secure electioneering processes for the 2023 General Elections. At the meeting, the IGP emphasized the need to enhance actionable intelligence gathering and sharing, coordinated operations, and adequate deployment of personnel and resources by all relevant security agencies and stakeholders in the election process.
In the same vein, the IGP has called on the Nigeria Police spokespersons, at the 2022 Police Public Relations Officers’ Conference currently ongoing in Ibadan, Oyo State, to develop and implement a productive Strategic Communication Action Plan that will give leverage to the already established operational drives of the Police to have a free, fair and credible election in 2023. The IGP, who spoke through the Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID), DIG Johnson Babatunde Kokumo, mni, admonished the Police PROs to exhibit their skills in strategic communication to stem the pockets of electoral conflicts and violence being experienced across the country, as such could be a general panacea for security challenges in Nigeria.
The PPROs Conference themed ‘Strengthening Strategic Communication Towards Police Reforms, Security and Integrity of 2023 Election’, with the opening ceremony held at Kakanfo Inn, Ibadan on Monday 12th December 2022, will come to a close on Thursday 15th December 2022, with a gala night at the same venue.

2023 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IGP STRATEGISES FOR BETTER SECURITY, DESIGNS COMMUNICATION PLAN ACTION FOR SEAMLESS ELECTIONS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, in line with the commitment of President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, to leaving a legacy of a deepened democratic system and credible electoral process in the nation, has engaged in tactical meetings and conferences with various stakeholders to build solid Standard Operating Procedure and strategic communication action plan geared towards having a seamless electoral process for the 2023 General Elections.

In furtherance of the IGP’s critical plans in actualising free, fair, and credible elections in Nigeria, a strategic meeting with all heads of operations of national security agencies in the country, was held at the instance of the IGP , on Tuesday 13th December 2022, at the Force Headquarters, Abuja, to further deepen inter-agency collaborative initiatives towards guaranteeing secure electioneering processes for the 2023 General Elections.

At the meeting, the IGP emphasized the need to enhance actionable intelligence gathering and sharing, coordinated operations, and adequate deployment of personnel and resources by all relevant security agencies and stakeholders in the election process.

In the same vein, the IGP has called on the Nigeria Police spokespersons, at the 2022 Police Public Relations Officers’ Conference currently ongoing in Ibadan, Oyo State, to develop and implement a productive Strategic Communication Action Plan that will give leverage to the already established operational drives of the Police to have a free, fair and credible election in 2023.

The IGP, who spoke through the Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID), DIG Johnson Babatunde Kokumo, mni, admonished the Police PROs to exhibit their skills in strategic communication to stem the pockets of electoral conflicts and violence being experienced across the country, as such could be a general panacea for security challenges in Nigeria.

The PPROs Conference themed ‘Strengthening Strategic Communication Towards Police Reforms, Security and Integrity of 2023 Election’, with the opening ceremony held at Kakanfo Inn, Ibadan on Monday 12th December 2022, will come to a close on Thursday 15th December 2022, with a gala night at the same venue.

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