Monday, April 12, 2021

IGP deploys 150 police officers to tackle kidnappings in FCT

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The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Bala Ciroma, on Wednesday, disclosed that the Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Muhammed Adamu, has ordered the deployment of 150 officers to the territory to fight kidnappings and killings.

Mr Ciroma, in a statement on Wednesday, said the deployment would strengthen security, dismantle and dislodge all criminal hideouts especially kidnappers camp within the FCT.

According to the CP, FCT should be more fortified, charging the personnel to professional, firm, dedicated, civil with law-abiding citizens and ruthless to all criminal elements.

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He said: “Consequently, the Inspector-General of Police has graciously deployed one-hundred and fifty (150) personnel consisting of operatives from the Police Mobile Force, Counter Terrorism Unit and Special Forces to the Federal Capital Territory to reinforce the on-going counter kidnapping operations.

“The deployment will strengthen security, dismantle and dislodge all criminal hideouts especially kidnappers camp within the FCT.

“Furthermore, the Command will anchor on this operation to foster community policing and collaboration with sister security agencies.

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“Hence, I charge all personnel deployed within the FCT to be professional, firm, dedicated, civil with law-abiding citizens and ruthless to all criminal elements.

“I want to use this medium to reassure FCT residents of the Command’s unwavering commitment towards the protection of lives and property within the Federal Capital Territory.

“In addition, I wish to express my profound gratitude to the Inspector-General of Police IGP, Mohammed Adamu and the Minister of the FCT, Mallam Muhammed Bello for their unflinching support towards the FCT Command.

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“I also want to appreciate the Gentlemen of the Press and all those who volunteered useful information to the Command in its fight against crime.”

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