The Nigeria Police Force has assured electorates in Ekiti State ahead of the July fourteenth election that it will ensure adequate security noting that the force does not belong to any political party.
The spokesperson of the Nigeria Police force, Jimoh Moshood, who disclosed this today, also stressed that the deployment of 30,000 personnel to Ekiti is to ensure adequate security in the nook and cranny of the state before and during the gubernatorial election.
Meanwhile, the Resident Electoral Commissioner of Ekiti State Professor Abdul Ganiy Raji has said that the usage of the latest official vehicle tracker has assisted the commission tremendously during the process of transporting all the sensitive materials for the Saturday election to all the 16 local governments in the state.
Raji also disclosed that the materials were collected at the Central Bank in the presence of all the political parties before dispatched to its various destination accompanied by eight senior INEC officials.
The commissioner explained that all the process used by the commission was transparent with the involvement of all the representatives of all the parties participating in the election.