Article | September 16, 2014 – 12:53pm

The Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Salihu Garba Monday warned that it would not tolerate any act of thuggery, which according to it, is the same as terrorism.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Salihu Garba, said the police would deal decisively with anyone involved in hooliganism.

He also warned against vandalisation of posters and billboards by opposing political parties, saying such could lead to a breach of the peace.  

?The last thing we would tolerate in Kwara State Police Command is an act of thuggery which I regard as the same as terrorism. We have zero tolerance for thuggery?, he said.

He warned members of the public to desist from pulling down peoples? posters, stressing that posters do not win elections.

?I also want to plead with you people to assist us as we enter this political era. I have received a lot of complaints about people tearing up posters. Please, enlighten members of the public, posters don?t win an election?, he said.

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