The Police within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) says there is no such thing as a fact in a report of Boko Haram assaults in Abuja.

The Joint Safety Crew of the FCT stated the publication was meant to create palpable rigidity amongst residents.

In an announcement on Sunday, the command Public Relations Officer, Mariam Yusuf disclosed that Heads of Safety Businesses (HOSA) held a strategic assembly on Thursday.

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The spokesperson stated they resolved to deploy different proactive crime-fighting measures, significantly in areas with difficult terrain, together with aggressive motorized/patrols.

Yusuf stated the patrols can be carried out in step with the peculiarities of each terrain throughout the territory.

“The workforce has adopted the usage of bikes, horses and different technical technique of gathering intelligence to checkmate criminality throughout the Federal Capital Territory”, the ASP famous.

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The FCT Joint Safety Crew chaired by the Commissioner of Police, Bala Ciroma suggested residents to stay calm and law-abiding.

Ciroma informed Nigerians to confirm info earlier than circulating to keep away from creating panic.

The Police urged the general public to report all suspicious actions, emergency or misery, by way of: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653, 08028940883 or 112.

Police react to ‘Boko Haram reported assaults’ in Abuja

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