ASP Daniel Ndukwe Police Public Relations Officer in a press release referenced AZ:5052/ENS/PRD/VOL.1/97 of 23RD December 2020. Said that
In view of the forthcoming Christmas and New Year celebrations marking 2020/2021 yuletide.
The Commissioner of Police, Enugu State Command, CP Ahmad AbdurRahman FIPCDS, FICMC, FCAI, MNIM has felicitated with residents of Enugu State.
Particularly Christians, as they join others in Nigeria and abroad to celebrate this auspicious season.
In addition, the Commissioner, while calling on the citizens to celebrate in the most responsible manner.
Also, that they should adhere to all the COVID-19 Prevention Protocols as issued by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Controls (NCDC).
In the vein, he also added that the second wave of the fatal Pandemic has reassured the Command’s avowed commitment to collaborate with sister security agencies to provide adequate security during and after the yuletide.
Consequently, he has directed all Area Commanders, Divisional Police Officers, and Heads of Departments of the Command.
They should not only ensure adequate policing of security flashpoints and the State in general.
But to also maximally deploy available manpower and operational resources at their disposal to ensure a hitch-free celebration.
Especially in the area of traffic control to ease human and vehicular movements of the citizenry.
The CP further reminds residents that the ban on the procurement and setting-off of fireworks (popularly called “knockouts” or “bangers”) is still in force.
While calling on all and sundry, especially children and the youths to desist from flouting the ban, noting that violators will not be spared.
Meanwhile, he wishes the good people of the State a Happy Christmas as well as a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year 2021
Thereby, calling on them to remain law-abiding, vigilant, and support the Police by promptly reporting criminal suspects.
And also, any acts of criminality to the nearest Police Station or by calling the Command’s emergency hotlines.
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