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IGP bans social media wealth flaunting

Police chief bans flaunting of wealth on social media by Nigerians.

Flaunting wealth online is prohibited in Nigeria

The Nigerisn Inspector -General of Police, Mohammad Adams,  on Thursday, reeled out fresh instructions and security measures targeted at peaceful Christmas and new year celebrations by Nigerians.

ThePolice Chief in a statement has announced that citizens should not flaunt their personal wealth on social media.

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Adamu has also directed operatives to provide coverage for Nigerians on major highways, airports, railway stations, recreational centres, motor – parks, places of worship, financial institutions, etc to ensure crime-free yuletide celebrations.

“The IGP gave the directives to all Assistant Inspectors-General of Police and Commissioners of Police in charge of Zonal and State Commands nationwide to ensure a peaceful celebration.”

“The IGP equally directed the Strategic Officers to ensure massive deployment of intelligence and other operational assets of the Force particularly on major highways, airports, railway stations, recreational centres, motor – parks, places of worship, financial institutions, etc”

“They are also to ensure that personnel deployed are adequately supervised for utmost professionalism in the discharge of their duties. He warned that acts bordering on indiscipline, extortion and intimidation of travellers and other road users will not be condoned.”

While congratulating Christians in the country as they join other Faithfuls across the globe to celebrate the symbolic anniversary of the Birth of Christ, the IGP expressed profound appreciation to all Nigerians for their support to the Police and other security agencies in the fight against crimes in the country. He assured improved police service delivery and security generally in the incoming year, 2021.”

“Meanwhile, the IGP enjoined Nigerians to take precautionary measures to reduce exposure to security risks and the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic. He stressed that citizens should avoid night travels, over-speeding, over-loading, stopping on lonely highways and unnecessary flaunting of personal details/wealth on social media. Citizens are also enjoined to voluntarily adhere to the COVID-19 prevention regulations and protocols to prevent further spread of the virus.”

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5 comments

  1. ThankGod oo some people too form. And this is what causes unexpected attacks and murder.

  2. Abeg make them go sit down one place jaree. Which kyn country be this sef. If person get money make them no post pictures again. Rubbish!

  3. Hahaha… Na frustration from end Sara protest dey do them. Nigeria no Sabi give laws na

  4. Is this one law? Lol I no fit laugh abeg

  5. Anyways it will help stop people intimidating others

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