Police Ban Protests In Nasarawa, Vow To Arrest And Prosecute Violators

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The Nasarawa State Police Command has banned all forms of protests across the 13 Local Government Areas of the State.

The Command spokesperson, Ramhan Nansel in a statement on Sunday said was to prevent the breakdown of law and order and sustain the peace currently being enjoyed in the State.

According to Nansel, the intelligent report on security can no longer sustain any form of protest in the State.

“The Nasarawa State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that all forms of protests have been banned throughout the State. Therefore, all proposed protests under any guise are hereby prohibited.

” The Police Command took this decision in order to prevent the breakdown of law and order and to sustain the peace currently enjoyed in the State, as the intelligent report on security can no longer sustain any form of protest in the State. Consequently, parents and guardian are advised to ensure that their children and wards do not violate this order as any one caught shall be arrested and prosecuted according,” The statement reads.

Members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, including some women who were topless have been protesting since Monday, March 20, over the outcome of the gubernatorial election that produce Governor Abdullahi Sule of All Progressives Congress, APC, as winner. The angry protester claimed that their mandate was stolen and urged the electoral umpire, INEC to review the result.

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