IGP warns all stakeholders to play by the rules during election period

IGP warns all stakeholders to play by the rules during election period

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), John Kudalor, has issued a serious warning to all potential "troublemakers" to abide by the law during this election period.

IGP warns all stakeholders to play by the rules

The IGP's comments come at a point in time when pockets of violence have taken place, both in Accra and other parts of the country. The most recent of which was the attack on the New Patriotic Party flag-bearer's home in Nima.

The Inspector General's comments were aimed at all stakeholders, meaning candidates, police, and the electorate.

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He also asked his men to act professionally, saying “We should all try to comport ourselves and be very, very responsible in our speeches and our behavior as we approach the elections because the laws and rules of the country before, during and after the elections are the same. Let’s just play to the rules and let’s be very responsive,”

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