National Interest Party
13 Feb 2019
The Police Service Commission (PSC) will send 400 monitors to the 36 states and Abuja to evaluate the conduct of policemen on electoral duties during the general elections, which begins on February 16 with federal elections. The commission’s spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani, noted that the evaluators were expected to leave Abuja today (Wednesday). “The commission’s monitors…
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