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Easter: Police Deploy 2,336 Officers to Beef Up Security in Abuja

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As part of regulations to strengthen security in Abuja, the Capital of Nigeria, the Nigeria police administrations have deployed 2,336 officials for the Easter festivities.

The Federal Capital Territory Police Command Spokesperson, DSP Josephine Adeh, revealed this in a declaration published on Friday (April 15).

DSP Adah stated the Federal Capital Territory Commissioner of Police, Babaji Sunday, called on Christians faithful to embrace peace, kindness for one another and persons of other religion, abide to law and regulations, and most greatly patriotism.

While ascertaining citizens that the police has taken a purposeful action in deploying powerful security architecture, The Police boss charged detectives to ensure that there is tight security at all places of worship, an active foot and patrol fan to parks, entertainment and recreational centres.

In addition, the commissioner wants officers to secure the free-flow of traffic and react quickly to discomfort calls from within the town centre and the suburbs while cherishing fundamental human rights.

The FCT police Command, therefore, persuades the good people of the Abuja to collaborate with the Police, remain watchful, and report any doubtful or unusual incident to the Police authority through the following emergency lines: 08061581938, 08032003913 and 08028940883, 07057337653 while the PCB-Public Complaint Bureau desk, could be reached on the phone number : 09022222352.”