Kano State Police Command says it is ready to provide security during the March 11 governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state.
Commissioner for Police, Manman Dauda, told Newsmen that Police and other security agencies would provide water-tight security across the 44 local government areas of the state.
He said that already a comprehensive operational order had since been issued to area commanders and divisional police officers for implementation, and they are fully prepared and ready to protect voters and INEC officials during and after the election.
Dauda explained that the security measures put in place would enable eligible voters to participate in all electoral processes without threat to lives and property.
The Commissioner advised residents not to panic or become agitated when they witness the movements of security personnel from one part of the state to another.