Police deploy more men to beef up security in FCT


The Police in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have deployed additional personnel to beef up security throughout the city in its bid to maintain peace.

This was contained in a statement issued on Monday in Abuja and signed by the Police Public Relations Officer, FCT Police Command, Jimoh Moshood.

The statement urged the residents to go about their businesses without fear and apprehension.

It said the police were working with other security agencies and security posts in the borders of FCT to sustain peace in the territory.

“The command will continue to work together with other security agencies in FCT and those of other states sharing borders with the territory to further strengthen and sustain the present level of security in the FCT,’’ the statement said.

It said that all entry and exit points in the territory had been fortified, and urged the public to report any suspicious persons or incidents to the nearest police station or call 08032003913 or 08061581938. 


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