Nigeria continue to barricade Rivers State local government council.

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The Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, said his men would continue to barricade all local government secretariats in Rivers State amidst the ongoing political tension.
He also said the recent controversy surrounding the recruitment of police constables is really appalling, as he highlighted the rigorous standards expected of officers.
Egbetokun made this known on Thursday in Abuja while addressing journalists on the sidelines of a conference with Commissioners of Police and other senior officers.
He disclosed that policemen will not leave the headquarters until a court judgement on the controversy over the tenure of local government council chairmen in the State.

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