By Lincoln G. Peters
The Inspector General of the Liberian National Police (LNP) Col. Patrick Sudue warns here that anybody who threatens the peace and security of Liberia during these electioneering periods will have the Joint Security to contend with.
Col. Sudue vowed to go after any individual that will disturb the peace and security of Liberia, adding that they will not go unpunished.
Speaking in an interview recently at the 74th Celebration of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China held at the Chinese Embassy in Congo Town, the Police IG said the Joint Security is prepared and ready to ensure adherence to law and order during and after the elections.
“We want to assure the Liberian populace that anybody who thinks they will disturb the peace of this country is a joke because you will have the Joint Security to contend with.”.
He called on political actors to engage peaceful campaigns keeping in mind that peace should be first and last, as Liberians go about during these elections.
Meanwhile, Col. Sudue has extolled the People’s Republic of China through its Embassy in Liberia for the support provided the LNP and the government in general.