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Niger state police prepare for June 12 activities, vow to maintain peace



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The Niger State Police Command has announced its readiness to prevent any disruptions during the June 12 political activities, specifically addressing the planned “Hungry and Angry” protest.

In a statement issued by Commissioner of Police CP Shawulu Ebenezer Danmamman, and signed by Public Relations Officer SP Wasiu Abiodun in Minna, the police confirmed that personnel have been mobilized and will be strategically deployed to public areas and critical government sites to maintain public order.

“The Command is prepared for June 12 activities, which are mostly characterized by political rallies and other activities, especially the proposed ‘Hungry and Angry’ protest,” stated CP Danmamman.

“An operational order has been drawn up, and officers have been assigned responsibilities to deploy operational assets and personnel, monitor, and supervise the men accordingly.”

CP Danmamman urged residents to remain law-abiding and seek resolution of grievances through dialogue and consultation, rather than resorting to self-help.

He also advised parents and guardians to caution their wards against any actions that could disrupt public peace before, during, or after June 12.

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