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Police Urges Ndi Anambra To Dissociate Themselves From Democracy Day Planned Protest

The Commissioner of Police CP Nnaghe Obono Itam urges Ndi Anambra and residents alike to dissociate themselves from any act that threatens public peace and national unity and reiterates that the Command shall live up to its mandate of ensuring that no person or group of persons is allowed to infringe on the fundamental human rights of others, especially the rights to freedom of movement and right to dignity of human persons.

According to a release by SP Tochukwu Ikenga, Police Public Relations Officer,
Anambra State Command, the affirmation was given after a critical threat analysis by the Command based on the information and intelligent report of persons and groups mobilizing for a protest on June 12, 2024, Democracy Day a day mapped out to commemorate the restoration of democracy in the country.

The Police envisage that the protest is capable of grounding all commercial activities and obstructing the free flow of traffic in the State.

The Command while noting the right of individuals or groups to advocate for any interest, wishes to emphasize the importance of adherence to the existing laws governing such activities; and deployed Police Operatives to different strategic areas, tasked with the responsibility to ensure the safety of lives and property, free flow of traffic, and most especially a peaceful environment.

CP Itam while wishing Ndi Anambra a Happy Democracy Day celebration commended their cooperation and their resolve in sustaining the message of peace and standing up against any act that threatens our public peace.

He also encourages the good people of the State to remain law-abiding, and vigilant, and continue to partner with and support the Police and other security agencies, to synergize and collaborate towards combating all forms of criminality as well as ensuring public security and safety in the state.

Also in the event to request security service or to report any security-related incident or otherwise, call us on 07039194332 for a prompt response, please.


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