May 29: Police Warns Politicians, Supporters Against Disruption Of Inauguration

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The Commissioner of Police in Bauchi state, Sani Ahmadu on Monday warned that the command would deal decisively with anyone caught with weapons, attempting to disrupt the May 29th inauguration ceremony in the state.

 

According to Dailypost, Ahmadu issued the warning in Bauchi State when he paid a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Union of Journalists, (NUJ), Bauchi branch on Monday.

 

“I want to use this opportunity to tell the people particularly the politicians to warn their wards and supporters not to dare come to the inauguration venue with any weapon.

 

“They should advise their supporters to come as law-abiding citizens, attend the occasion and go back to their respective areas peacefully,” the CP said.

 

The chairman of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Com. Ibrahim Malam Goje while welcoming the Compol noted that this was the first time a new CP will be visiting the Nigeria Union of Journalist.

 

The NUJ chairman told the new CP that the NUJ has over 350 journalists with 11 chapels.

 

He added that during the last election, journalists played a vital role to ensure a peaceful election in the State.

 

Goje further assured that NUJ and the police would partner towards ensuring peace in the State.