Kogi Imo Bayelsa Governorship Elections; PSC Monitors Arrive Duty Posts

…. As the commission releases dedicated phone numbers for public complaints
…. Arase charges them to live above board

Police Service Commission Staff Monitors have arrived and taken positions at their duty posts in the nine Senatorial districts of the three states of Kogi, Imo, and Bayelsa where the off-cycle Governorship elections will be holding tomorrow, Saturday, 11th November 2023.

A statement on Friday, 11th November 2023 signed by the PSC Head OF Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, said that the Commission has also released dedicated telephone lines where Nigerians are expected to call to complain of any Police misconduct or commend Police exemplary conduct.

The Commission Monitors will be appearing in reflective jackets with PSC inscriptions for easy identification.

Chairman of the Commission Dr. Solomon Arase, CFR, rtd Inspector General of Police has charged the Staff Monitors to live above board and execute their assignment with diligence and Commitment.

Dr. Arase said the Commission will also hold its Staff Monitors accountable for any deliberate infraction in the course of their duty and warned that they must restrict themselves to the approved guidelines on monitoring of Police conduct and the rules of engagement.

The Commission’s dedicated telephone numbers are; National Coordinating Centre:

Aminu Malumfashi 08059170235
Ikechukwu Ani 08088155981

Kogi State;
East Senatorial district -Adeola Albert; 08084385726
Central Senatorial district; -Justina Okunriboye 08033145592 and West Senatorial District Dada Babatunde; 08054970152

Imo State:
North Senatorial District ‘ Amaka Omene: 08033702079
East Senatorial District – Uche Wokocha; 08033127845 and West Senatorial District- Mathias Okoi Uyo-Uyo; 08038179665

Bayelsa State;
East Senatorial district – Ponfa Wuyep; 08036707485
Central Senatorial District- Solomon Jibrin; 08064766550 and West Senatorial District -Iniobong Uko Anthony; 08061309837

PSC Monitors are expected to monitor Police conduct in the three states using the Commission’s approved guidelines on Police conduct during elections.