Nigerian Police resume Stop and Search

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Following rising wave of suicide attacks in parts of the country, the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Solomon Arase, has directed the commencement of special “stop-and-search” operations on roads and highways nationwide.

Emphasis, however, would be placed on roads in and out of major cities and towns.

Deputy Force Public Relations Officer, Abayomi Shogunle, disclosed the move from the Force Headquarters, Abuja.

He said the development was sequel to intelligence reports.

Shogunle advised citizens to bear with the police during the security operation which, he described as a temporary measure put in place to address the intelligence received on the rising wave of suicide attacks.

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“The special security measure, stop and search are in no way a return of roadblocks. Any unprofessional conduct should be reported at the nearest police station,” Shogunle said.

He also urged the general public to cooperate with the police by providing answers to questions that might be asked as well as allowing their vehicles to be searched.

[dailyindependent]

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