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Christmas: IGP warns against road blocks



AS the Christmas festival is fast approaching, Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has directed the immediate dismantling of all roadblocks across the country.
He directed Assistant Inspector Generals (AIGs) and Commissioners of Police to ensure compliance, including roadblocks established by revenue agencies, which are prohibited..
This was made known by the Nigerian Police Force Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood .He disclosed that the IGP has also directed CPs and AIGs to ensure visibility and crime prevention patrols in their areas of responsibilities throughout the country.
According to him, the IGP urged Commissioners of Police and their supervisory assistant Inspectors General of Police to be on ground to ensure adequate safety of lives and property of all Nigerians during and after the period.
In his words, “the IGP has re-emphasised same directives to all Commanders of Police Mobile Force (PMF), Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU), and Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (F-SARS). Also included were Police Special Forces and Specialised Units, including Special Tactical Squad, Special Protection Unit, Border Patrol and Explosive Ordinance Department, among others.
He added that they have been mandated to be strict in ensuring security and safety of travelers and other road users on all the highways and major roads throughout the country. “Security threat assessment and deployment of police personnel to flash points and vulnerable areas have been carried out to prevent and nip in the bud, any form of inter-party frictions, political thuggery and clashes that can disturb public peace anywhere in the country.

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