Enugu police command denies asking officers to leave their duty posts and remain in the barracks


Enugu police command denies asking officers to leave their duty posts and remain in the barracks

The Enugu state police command has denied reports claiming it has ordered its officers to “desert the street, their offices, duty posts and remain confined to barracks due to prevalent security challenges facing the entire State”.

 

A circular making this claim has been making the rounds on social media for some days now.

 

Enugu police command denies asking officers to leave their duty posts and remain in the barracks

 

In a statement released by its spokesperson, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, the state police command says the report is not only unfounded, false and misleading but clearly, the handiwork of mischief-makers, seeking for avenues to cause panic amongst the peace-loving citizens of the State.

 

”It is important to state, for the avoidance of doubt, that the Commissioner of Police did not at any point issue such orders, directing personnel of the Command to abandon their duties and be confined to barracks, as purported and being circulated, neither did he delegate any of his immediate lieutenants to issue same.

It is also very important to clarify that the Nigeria Police Force remains a fully regimented agency of government, with clear and defined channels of internal and external communication. Hence, would not have relayed a message meant for internal to its external audience, as being circulated on the social media.”

 

The statement added that the state Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Ammani, has enjoined the citizenry to disregard such baseless narrative, while reiterating that the Command remains focused and committed to professionally discharge its duties on a daily basis, in line with the statutory mandates of the Nigeria Police Force.



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