The Inspector-Basic of Police, IGP Usman Baba, has allayed the fears of residents within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and its environs regarding the current safety threats, simply as he ordered huge deployment of further police operatives and operational belongings inside the territory.
Power Public Relations Officer (FPRO), CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, in a press assertion, Tuesday in Abuja, mentioned the directive was to solidify the safety and safety of lives and property of its residents, vital nationwide belongings and susceptible amenities in addition to highway customers plying routes in and across the FCT.
“The IGP made the cost through the Power Administration Staff’s assembly at his workplace on Monday, August 1st, 2022, whereas receiving normal safety updates on the nation.
“He has equally charged the Deputy Inspector-Basic of Police accountable for the Division of Operations, DIG Bala Zama Senchi, to oversee and handle the deployment to make sure most safety within the FCT in addition to surrounding states with a excessive danger of assaults resonating from the threats being speculated on the information, because the Power doesn’t and can by no means deal with any data with child gloves.
“The IGP, nonetheless, cautioned members of the general public, particularly citizen-journalists, on the hazards of spreading false alarms, misinformation, and disinformation as they may very well be detrimental and counter-productive to nationwide safety,” the assertion learn partially.
In response to the Spokesperson, “In the identical vein, the IGP has assured Nigerians normally, and residents of the FCT particularly, of their security and safety, whereas urging them to go about their lawful duties with out concern of assaults.
“He equally reiterated the agency willpower of the Police management to proceed to discover avenues to boost the safety structure within the nation, via intelligence gathering, operational deployments and utility of cutting-edge know-how to decimate the actions of prison components throughout the nation.”