Enugu police urge residents not to protest EndSARS

Posted by on Oct 13, 2020, Under: News

Enugu police urge residents not to protest EndSARS

Enugu police urge residents not to protest EndSARS

IgbereTV reports that the Enugu State Police Command has warned Enugu residents not to hold an EndSARS protest in Enugu State.

Statement provided to IgbereTV by a public relations officer
ASP Daniel E. Ndukwe reads:



In response, quote:
A-Z: 5052 / ENS / PPRD / VOL. 1/80
Date: 12 October 2020

News director



– CP directs compliance

– asks citizens to treat the police with understanding and patience.

– Provides adequate security

– warns against disturbance

1. Following the dissolution of the Special Anti-Robbery Unit (SARS) of the Nigerian Police by the Inspector General of Police, MP Mohammed Adamu NPM and his subsequent order to redeploy personnel to the unit; The Police Commissioner, Enugu State Command, CP Ahmad Abdur Rahman MCPSS, MCJ, MNIM have been enforcing the dissolution and directive.

2. Consequently, the Commissioner has instructed that an adequate inventory of the Division’s human, material and operational assets be carried out immediately in order to facilitate the necessary action in relation to the Dissolution and Transfer Directive.

3. In line with this, the CCP urges the general public, especially the residents of the state, to remain sympathetic and patient with the police, as its high command, in line with the aspirations of the federal government, is redistributing the police to provide effective services. …

4. To this end, he reaffirms his continued commitment to ensuring adequate security in the State, while warning any person or group of persons who formulate plans to break the peace in any form to stop it immediately.

5. The Commissioner notes that the warning stems from the collection of credible information that villains are refining plans to develop and / or hijack the proposed End of SARS protest and wreak havoc in the state.

6. Reiterates that these actions, aimed at destroying the peace and tranquility enjoyed in the State until now, will be fiercely resisted; warning that whoever is found missing will face the full weight of the law.

7. In the meantime, law-abiding residents of the state were ordered not to be afraid and to conduct their legal activities, immediately reporting criminal suspects and disturbers of public order to the nearest police station or by calling the command hotlines. by phone: 08032003702, 08075390883, 080866712020 and 08098880172 or send an email to: contact042ppro@gmail.com “

Source: – Igbere TV