The Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu, has pledged that the police would be professional and neutral in the conduct of the November 16 governorship elections in Kogi and Bayelsa States.
The IGP stated this in Lafia on Saturday at an event held in his honour by the Lafia Progressive Forum.
Adamu said that the police would draw from its experiences during the 2019 general elections to ensure free, fear and credible elections in the two states
He also said that the police under his leadership would continue to do everything possible to combat criminality in all parts of the country.
The IGP further expressed gratitude to the people of Lafia for honouring him and promised not to disappoint them.
“There is nothing good than for one to be celebrated by his people at home. I will continue to be a good ambassador of my community by discharging my duties with sincerity and the fear of God,” Adamu added.
In his address, Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State said the state was proud of Adamu and his achievements since his assumption of duty as IGP.