The Chief of Police (IGP) Usman Alkali Baba has instructed the Deputy Chief of Police (AIG) and the Chief of Police (CP) to take the necessary security measures to ensure security, peace and the EidelKabri celebration activity.


Baba assured the country that the police are ready to continue their efforts to combat crime and criminal activities and improve public safety throughout the country. Police Commissioner (CP) Force Public Relations Officer Frank Mba issued a statement in Abuja yesterday, saying: \u201cThe IGP specifically instructs the regional AIG and the CP state command to take all necessary security measures. to ensure safety, peace and accidents. free celebrations.


“Among other things, they will deploy manpower and other operational assets to conduct confidence-building and crime-prevention patrols on major highways, residential and industrial areas, vulnerabilities, places of worship, other public vacation spots, and all countries. \/ key regions. Read also; fact check: error! FG did not announce EidulAdha’s three-day vacation.

The IGP also warned that deployed personnel must be professional and pay attention to the basic rights of citizens, and carry out their duties with all etiquette and vigilance. On the occasion of the celebration of the EidelKabir Year in 2021, the IGP congratulates the Muslim believers in the country while reiterating that the troops will continue to improve the recent achievements in stabilizing the security and order of parts of the country and the protection of life and property of people. . Citizens, deprived of space for crime and criminal activities to flourish across the country and across the country. ” In addition, the police headquarters in Jigawa, Kebbi, Kwara and Ogun states urged residents to be vigilant during the Salah celebrations. They urge people to work with the police to protect their lives and property from criminals.


The Kwara State Police Command stated that it has deployed 2,000 officers and soldiers for the celebration. “The Command hopes to advise us to remain vigilant, to pay attention to what is happening around us and to use the following police emergency telephone number to report strange faces, movements and activities to the police: 08125275046\/07032069501”, he said in a statement in Ilorin yesterday. The state capital is headed by command spokesman Ajayi Okasanmi, who is superintendent (SP). In addition, command spokesman Abimbola Oyeyemi (Abimbola Oyeyemi) issued a statement on Sunday in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun state, in which he claimed that police commissioner Edward Ajogun gave residents assured that the police had taken the measures. necessary to ensure the safety of life and property. The Kebbi State Police Command recommends that residents report suspicious persons and movements to the nearest police station.

In a statement yesterday in the state capital, Birni Kebbi, his spokesman, the spokesman for the Deputy Chief of Police (DSP), Nafi’u Abubakar, urged people to call 08038797644 and 09062925404 in case of emergency or relief. The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Forces (NSCDC) Kaduna State Command stated that 2,500 people have been deployed to enhance security during the EidelKabir celebrations. The State Command of the Federal Highway Safety Corps (FRSC) also stated that it has deployed 800 regular and 250 special sheriffs for the celebration.

The Jigawa state government announced the suspension of the traditional duba of the committees of the five emirates of the state during the celebration of EidelKabir. State Government Secretary (SSG) Alhaji Adamu AbdulKadir announced the news in a statement yesterday in the state capital Dutse, SSG office spokesperson Isma’il Ibrahim.

By Scopie

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.