World Economic Forum on Africa 2014 (Day 1): Peaceful, Hitch-free

President Goodluck Jonathan

“The Nigeria Police Force wishes to once more restate its commitment to ensuring a peaceful and successful event”.

Today, Wednesday 7th May, 2014 marks the official commencement of the World Economic Forum on Africa taking place at Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria. So far, activities and proceedings at the huge economic event have been without any security hitch or breach whatsoever.

The Nigeria Police Force wishes to once more restate its commitment to ensuring a peaceful and successful event. It will along with other security agencies continue to be on full alert so as to provide adequate protection for all delegates and participants throughout the period of the conference.

CSP FRANK MBA

FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER,

FORCE HEADQUARTERS,

ABUJA.


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  • max

    Premium Times you are not to happy about this development. You would have wished that the event was disrupted with bombing so that you can have news to break.

  • max

    Premium Times you are not to happy about this development. You would have wished that the event was disrupted with bombing so that you can have news to break.

  • comrade

    U mean dis one is not a breaking news

  • okeke

    @max and @comrade, and why should the performance of a government’s basic responsibilities be breaking news? Do the media in other countries consider it breaking news when meetings like this are convened in their countries?

  • okeke

    @max and @comrade, and why should the performance of a government’s basic responsibilities be breaking news? Do the media in other countries consider it breaking news when meetings like this are convened in their countries?