Operatives of the Nigeria Police Force appear to be ready to maintain law and order across Ekiti State tomorrow as the electorate hear to the polls.
Some of the security operatives in Ekiti
Police officers who were deployed to Ekiti state for the governorship election tomorrow - were pictured in anticipation as they received orders from their superiors.
The police deployed 30,000 operatives, two helicopters and 250 patrol vehicles, including five Armoured Personnel Carriers, for the governorship polls in the state.
The security operation for the election would be supervised by the Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Operations, Joshiak Habila, who would be assisted by an Assistant Inspector-General of Police, four Commissioners of Police, eight Deputy Commissioners of Police and 18 Assistant Commissioners of Police, according to police statement.
Each Senatorial district would be manned by a Commissioner of Police. The deployment, also included 10 Armoured Personnel vehicles, Police Mobile Force Units, Counter-Terrorism Unit, the Special Protection Unit, the Anti-Bomb Squad, conventional policemen, the Armament Unit, Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department and the sniffer dogs section.
Other security and safety agencies who are members of the Inter-Agency Consultative Committee on Election Security in the state would complement the Nigeria Police during the election.