The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has actually bought the constraint of vehicular movement in Edo State.
The curfew begins at 11:59 pm on Friday and ends at 6 pm on Saturday.
Authorities spokesperson, Frank Mba, in a declaration stated this would guarantee public order and safety throughout the governorship election.
Mba likewise mentioned the need to avoid the movement of illegal arms, controlled substances and political goons.
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The IGP told residents to head out en-masse and vote, guaranteeing that security agencies have been sufficiently set in motion to provide a safe, safe and secure and favourable environment.
He informed citizens to see the limitation as part of the needed sacrifices towards the enthronement of democracy.
Adamu cautioned versus any kind of violence, taking of tally boxes, vote-buying, vote-selling, hate speeches, and other acts efficient in compromising the electoral procedures.