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The Order Banning The Setting Up Of Police Road-Blocks Nationwide Is Still Strictly In Force


The Order Banning The Setting Up Of Police Road-Blocks Nationwide Is Still Strictly In Force

Acting Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman Abba

The Acting Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman
Abba, has made it clear that the order banning the setting up of police
road-blocks nationwide is still strictly in force.
A statement by the Force Public Relations
Officer, Emmanuel Ojukwu, on Sunday in Abuja, said Abba described the trend as
a serious violation of subsisting order on road-blocks and warned that severe
sanctions await any police command, formation and personnel who violates the

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While charging the Commands’ commissioners of
police and heads of formations to ensure total compliance with the order, the
IG further directed extensive visibility patrol and effective surveillance on
the roads.
It said, “The Inspector-General of Police,
Suleiman Abba,has stated unequivocally that the order banning the setting up of
Police road-blocks nationwide is still strictly in force.
“In a directive issued to all Commands and
Formations of the Force, the IG warned that all semblances of Police
road-blocks and permanent check-points reportedly re-emerging in some parts of
the country, especially in the South-East, South-South and South-West
geo-political zones of Nigeria, should immediately be dismantled.”
Meanwhile, the Force has expressed its resolve to
work assiduously for the enthronement of genuine peace in the nation.
In a statement to mark the World Peace Day, the
Nigeria Police Force said it understands the dislocation and trauma that happen
to families, homes, cities and businesses in the event of disturbances, as
peace officers and front-liners in the drive for a peaceful world.
It promised to train more officers on conflict
resolution, mediation and negotiation, adding that its Family units and
Juvenile Welfare centres would be reinvigorated to cater for the needs of
hurting family members, widows, orphans, displaced persons and the vulnerable.
The Force said, “The Police will pay more
diligent attention to early warning signs and improve response time to crises
and distress calls.
“The Ag. Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman
Abba, urges all citizens to embrace peace at all times, and to assist law
enforcement agents in the preservation and maintenance of peace nation-wide.”

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4 Comments on "The Order Banning The Setting Up Of Police Road-Blocks Nationwide Is Still Strictly In Force"

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This IG can lie oooooo!!!!!!

In b/w, this same order if my memory could serve me right was given when Ringim, Abubakar and onovo was the IG but all to no avail.
Though I commend his intelligence and ability for issuing the same order like his predecessors but hope it won't turn out to be vice-versa (operation mount road-blocks in every corner of the road)
But wait oooo!!!
If this one work out
Na him be say them go return back to lending their guns for all these night robbery tins

If na so, make Dem remain for road o dey collect #20 as usual!!

chinomso Nzeogu
chinomso Nzeogu

Police cannot stop road block


Road block, that is police way


good for them


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