In order to forestall similar cases of Boko Haram attacks on worship centres across the country, the police high command has mandated state Commissioners of Police to strengthen security at all mosques, churches and other worship centres across the country.
Inspector-General of Police Solomon Arase also ordered adequate security at venues where Muslims break fast in the evenings.
The order, which was contained in a statement issued yesterday by deputy force public relations officer, CSP Abayomi Shogunle, also directed ban on street hawking and all forms of trading on Abuja roads/highways, especially road intersections, traffic light points and traffic hold-ups.
Part of the statement reads: “Worshipers are advised to be vigilant and promptly report to the Police any suspicious persons or substance found in or around their environment.
“In a similar development, a ban has been placed on street hawking and all forms of trading on Abuja roads/Highways especially road intersections, traffic light points and traffic hold-ups.
“In the same vein, unauthorised taxi parks and bus stops formed around the Federal Secretariat, Abuja, is now prohibited. Only bus and taxis painted in authorised commercial colours would be allowed to operate at designated taxi parks and bus stops in and around the Central Area, Abuja. Violators would be apprehended and prosecuted as police units have been directed to enforce the relevant laws in this regards.”


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