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Ahead Of May 29, Nigeria Police Take Pre-Emptive Measures Against Boko Haram Attack

IGP Aranse 

The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Solomon Arase has ordered Zonal Assistant Inspectors General of Police and Command Commissioners of Police to beef up  security around  all key and vulnerable  points in rthe country as the nation prepares for the inauguration of President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari and state governors on May 29.

Other places the police boss wanted to be properly policed are critical infrastructures like mega filling stations, major hotels, national/ State Houses of Assembly, Eagle Square among others.

A statement from the Nigeria Police Force Public Relations Officer, CP Emmanuel Ojukwu said that the security measure have become imperative “in a bid to ward off possible plans by  insurgents to carry out widespread violence and coordinated attacks on these installations and public places ahead of May 29th, 2015 with a view to undermining presidential/ Governorship inauguration/ swearing- in ceremonies in the country.”

The Police High Command enjoins members of the public to remain steadfast in collaborating with officers and men of the Nigeria Police and other security agencies to stamp out crimes, including war against terror.

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The statement assured that the Police have perfected strategies to prepare a safe and secured ground to ensure hitch free inauguration/ swearing-in nationwide. [myad]

 

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