Anambra police urges residents to be security conscious

The Nigeria Police Force says its investigation shows that Boko Haram, Ansaru and other terror groups are getting support from some Nigerians.

The police in Anambra State has urged citizens of the state to be security conscious during these ember months in order to ensure public safety and peace.

A statement signed by the police public relations officer, Mr Ikenga Tochukwu, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), quoted the Commissioner of Police, Echeng Eworo, as advising the citizens to promptly report any suspicious movement within their environment to the nearest police station or call emergency number 112 or command control room number: 07039194332.

They should also report promptly any missing vehicles to the nearest police state or call the emergency/control room numbers.

Parents and guardians were advised to pay closer attention to the activities of their children and wards.

However, Eworo warned members of the public to desist from engaging in jungle justice and to exercise restraint by taking any suspect apprehended to the nearest Police Station.

This would afford the Police the opportunity to conduct an appropriate investigation and bring them to justice, he said.

The police also advised the public to obey the State Government’s directive on the ban of tinted vehicles and covered plate numbers and to report any Police infringement to the Command by calling the Command control room number: 07039194332 or Public Complaints Bureau.

All hotels are to submit their guest list daily to the nearest divisional Police headquarters, while proprietors of private and public hospitals, while free to anyone with bullet wounds but promptly report such persons to the police.

Eworo reaffirmed his commitment towards consolidating on the gains in crime prevention and restoration of law and order, and improving safety and security of lives in the State and assured that the Police, the Military and other Security Agencies are firm to contain any security situation that may arise and to prevent threats to lives and property in the State.

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