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May 29: This Is What The Police Will Do On Inauguration Day – IGP

To guarantee a good celebration, IGP Usman Alkali-Baba has planned activities for the inauguration of president-elect Bola Tinubu on May 29.

In a statement released on Thursday, the police chief stated that sufficient people, recruited from at least 10 different police units, would guard Eagle Square and the presidential mansion.

Additionally, the police warned the public not to panic and revealed that there will be fireworks at the City Gate at midnight.

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“In view of the above, the Nigeria Police hereby warns Nigerians who do not have any business around the vicinity during the ceremony to steer clear as security measures are emplaced to ensure serenity and orderliness,” the police said.


The police further disclosed that various restricted zones on/before the event had led to the creation of diversions throughout the capital city.

The Goodluck Jonathan Expressway by the Court of Appeal, the Deeper Life Junction, the Bond/Total Filling Station, the POWA/FCDA Junction, the Finance Junction by ECOWAS/Women Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Eagle Square (Phase 1 and Phase 11) are a few of them.

The National Mosque, Bayelsa House by the Federal High Court, Aso Drive, NITEL Junction by Ademola Adetokunbo, Gana Junction/Transcorp, NNPC Twin Tower, and NNPC/NBS are a few more.

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“The Inauguration ceremonies at all state levels have also been catered for, as the IGP has directed Command Commissioners of Police and other security agencies to carry out heavy deployments to fortify venues of the Inauguration Ceremonies in their various states,” the police said.

IGP Baba, thus enjoined the populace to cooperate with the Police for a seamless transition of power.

He said, “The Inspector-General of Police, therefore, urges all citizens to adhere to the rules and regulations as regards the Inauguration. He also reminds good citizens of Nigeria to report any suspicious activity or persons to the Police or other relevant security agencies.


“The Police, therefore, warn non-state actors or any aggrieved groups or individuals to follow due process and the rule of law in seeking redress in their cases as the law enforcement agencies will not hesitate to subdue any confrontational or act of insecurity.

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“In conclusion, to ensure the safety and security of all Nigerians, we ask all citizens to support the Police and be law-abiding. NPF is committed to ensuring a safe and secure Nigeria before, during, and after the Inauguration”.



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