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  By monday Ijeh The Inspector General of Police IG Mr Mohammed Adamu has ordered the adequate deployment of police personnel across the country to ensure a smooth Easter celebration The Force s Public Relations Officer FPRO Mr Frank Mba revealed this in a statement Friday in Abuja Mba said the order was in line with the force s commitment to ensure crime free Easter celebrations across the country He called on all State Police Commissioners PCs and their Deputy Inspectors General of Police AIG to ensure full security of all public spaces and essential national property Adamu said the deployment would involve both covert and manifest agents as well as other operational assets in areas of security interest in PCs and AIGs areas of responsibility AoRs They must also ensure that trusted proactive high visibility patrols are carried out along highways car parks train stations airports places of worship banks and other financial institutions Adequate measures must also be taken to create a peaceful environment free from crime and conducive to the development of religious cultural and socio economic activities he said The IG also requested the CPs and their supervisory AIGs to ensure adequate supervision of the men assigned to these assignments According to him they must be professional and courteous to law abiding citizens but firm and ruthless to criminals To this end the IG surveillance unit and the X Squad have received marching orders to monitor and control the activities of the police officers who monitor the highways This is to ensure respect for citizens rights and operational compliance with the Force s standard operating procedures SOP and rules of engagement RoE he added The IG commended Nigerians in particular the Christian community for the commemoration of the crucifixion death and resurrection of Jesus Christ He commended Nigerians for their support and called for continued cooperation with the Nigerian police and other security agencies in providing timely information that would aid in the prevention and detection of crime Adamu pledged that the police would continue to do everything in their power to ensure the safety and security of Nigerians NOPE NAN
Easter: I-G orders adequate police deployment nationwide

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Inspector General of Police

The Inspector General of Police (IG), Mr. Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the adequate deployment of police personnel across the country to ensure a smooth Easter celebration.

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Public Relations Officer

The Force’s Public Relations Officer (FPRO), Mr. Frank Mba, revealed this in a statement Friday in Abuja.

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State Police Commissioners

Mba said the order was in line with the force’s commitment to ensure crime-free Easter celebrations across the country.
He called on all State Police Commissioners (PCs) and their Deputy Inspectors General of Police (AIG) to ensure full security of all public spaces and essential national property.

PCs and AIGs

Adamu said the deployment would involve both covert and manifest agents, as well as other operational assets in areas of security interest in PCs and AIGs areas of responsibility (AoRs).

“They must also ensure that trusted, proactive, high-visibility patrols are carried out along highways, car parks, train stations, airports, places of worship, banks and other financial institutions.

“Adequate measures must also be taken to create a peaceful environment, free from crime and conducive to the development of religious, cultural and socio-economic activities,” he said.

The IG also requested the CPs and their supervisory AIGs to ensure adequate supervision of the men assigned to these assignments.

According to him, they must be professional and courteous to law-abiding citizens, but firm and ruthless to criminals.

“To this end, the IG surveillance unit and the X-Squad have received marching orders to monitor and control the activities of the police officers who monitor the highways.

“This is to ensure respect for citizens’ rights and operational compliance with the Force’s standard operating procedures (SOP) and rules of engagement (RoE),” he added.

Jesus Christ

The IG commended Nigerians, in particular, the Christian community for the commemoration of the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

He commended Nigerians for their support and called for continued cooperation with the Nigerian police and other security agencies in providing timely information that would aid in the prevention and detection of crime.

Adamu pledged that the police would continue to do everything in their power to ensure the safety and security of Nigerians. (NOPE)

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