The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, through the Deputy Inspector-General of Police (Operations), Majid Ali, has urged Nigerians to obey the curfew imposed by the President, President Muhammadu Buhari during his last nationwide broadcast. This, according to him, is one of the measures put in place to sustain the battle against the ravaging coronavirus.
He further explained that instead of seeing the personnel of the law enforcement agency as enemy, it would do good if we work together as partners seeking victory against the ravaging coronavirus.
He however sounded the warning obviously to Nigerians to be at home by 8pm, or risk being pushed over by the police operatives. He explained that there won’t be a reason to be pushed over if everyone abides to the directive of the curfew as explained by President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Deputy Inspector-General of Police (Operations), sounded this warning at Force Headquarters in Abuja while presenting over 1,000 locally produced hardware protective face masks and other COVID – 19 protective kits by Otunba Segun Runsewe, Director-General of National Council for Arts and Culture.
The items that were presented by Majid Ali included locally made hardware protective cultural face-masks, regular face-masks made of local (adire) fabrics, hand sanitisers, liquid soap and information handbills on Covid-19 preventive measures, as well as exercise books