June 12- We won’t tolerate protest in Delta- Ali

Posted On 11 Jun 2021
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° Places police on red alert

June 12- We won't tolerate protest in Delta- Ali


The Delta state police command has warned that it won’t tolerate any form of protest on Saturday in the state.
The Command said it was aware of a planned protest by some agitated members of the public on June 12 , and also aware that this protest was being staged by criminally minded individuals, hiding under the guise of peaceful protest thereby causing havoc in the state.

The State Commissioner of Police has therefore place Officers and men on red alert and given a matching order to Officers to deal decisively with any offender.
The State Police Spokesman, DSP Bright Edafe, in a statement, stated that:” The command under the watch of CP Ari Muhammed Ali, will not allow any miscreant to distort the already existing peace in the state.

“Members of the public, particularly residents of Delta state, are to be aware that on no account should any group be seen, gathering or carrying a placard in the name of protest, as such will not be allowed in the state. Officers and men of the command have been placed on red alert and have been ordered to arrest and deal decisively with any criminally-minded elements who wish to go against this order.

“The command is more than ever willing to go after any miscreant who might be found wanting. The Commissioner of Police is urging members of the public to partner with the police to see that those who try to bring disunity in the state and our dear nation be arrested and brought to book. Also, it is pertinent to state that undercover police detectives have been deployed across the state for the purpose of arresting any person or persons staging any form of protest. The command is committed to maintain and sustain the peace the state is currently enjoying”.

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Philomena  Ngozi Christopher-Oji was born to the family of the late Michael and Cecilia Ojeogwu of Ubulu-Uku, in Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State. She had her primary and secondary education in Nwanoli and Ezemu Girls College, in Ubulu-Uku, before she proceeded to the Delta State University, Abraka, where she studied English and Literary Studies. READ MORE ABOUT AUTHOR 

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