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IGP orders AIGs, CPs, others to reclaim public space, restore normalcy


The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, yesterday, ordered the immediate mobilisation of all police operational assets and resources to bring an end to the wanton violence, killings, looting and destruction of public and private property, to reclaim the public space from hoodlums masquerading as protesters in some parts of the country. 

The IGP gave the order to all Assistant Inspectors General of Police (AIGs), Commissioners of Police (CPs), Heads of Police Operational Units, Squadron and Base Commanders in charge of Zonal/State/FCT Commands, the Police Mobile Force, Counter Terrorism Unit and the Special Protection Unit. 

Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, who disclosed this in a statement yesterday, said in addition, CPs/Heads of Police Formations in the various states have also been charged to mobilise their men and work in sync with the Command CPs in the areas where they are domiciled, to dominate the public space and ensure peace and safety in the affected areas. 

“The IGP, while noting that enough is enough to all acts of lawlessness, disruption of public peace and order and wanton violence, which have resulted in indiscriminate looting of shops, malls and ware houses, damage to property and loss of lives in some parts of the country, further directed the Police strategic managers to personally lead and coordinate the operation and use all legitimate means, to halt further slide into lawlessness and brigandage.” 

He called for the understanding and cooperation of citizens, assuring that the action is geared towards ensuring public order and safety and public security in the communities. 

The IGP, however, warned troublemakers not to test the collective will of the nation by coming out to cause any further breakdown of law and order. 


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