Christmas: Zamfara Police guarantees impenetrable security and forbids the use of fireworks and knockouts

The Zamfara State Police Command has assured the locals that security measures have been put in place to protect lives and property during and after the celebrations as part of its commitment to guaranteeing trouble-free Christmas and New Year celebrations.

This was stated in a press release that SP Mohammed Shehu, the state police spokesperson, signed and distributed to journalists in Gusau.

According to the statement, Kolo Yusuf, the police commissioner, has directed the widespread deployment of police officers and other security personnel to all churches, recreation centers, and other sensitive locations.

The Commissioner has started a confidence-building patrol of major roadways, starting from the Gusau-Mafara-Sokoto road, the statement said, in order to further improve the current security position.

“The Patrol’s primary goal is to protect other road users and commuters from harm. The CP also gave Area Commanders, Tactical Commanders, and DPOs the responsibility of implementing the same plan within their spheres of influence.

“Parents and guardians are encouraged to monitor their kids to ensure they remain law-abiding citizens,” reads a similar notice to the public. “Similarly, members of the public are now informed that sale and usage of pyrotechnics, knockouts, and firecrackers throughout the State have been forbidden.”

“Before, during, and after the celebrations, road users need to be cautious and observant while driving, respect all traffic laws, and cooperate with security officials.”

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