Why did we disperse protestors in Abuja on June 12? —Police
The Federal Capital Territory Police Command explained its decision to disperse demonstrators in the Gudu Area of the nation’s capital, Abuja, on Saturday. According to The PUNCH, security personnel shot teargas canisters at demonstrators in the vicinity, causing many people, including a PUNCH reporter, to flee. In a statement, Yusuf Mariam, the FCT Officers Public Relations Officer, said police had to remove the protestors to avoid members of the proscribed Islamic Movement of Nigeria and others from “inciting public disruption.”
She went on to state that calm had been restored around the axis and that no one had been arrested. ‘FCT Police foils effort,’ read the statement. to cause public commotion and disperse members of Nigeria’s outlawed Islamic Movement and others.’ “The FCT Police Command successfully restored calm at Apo-Gudu axis on Saturday, June 12, 2021, after professionally dispersing a protest by some members of the proscribed Islamic Movement of Nigeria – Shiites and others targeted at inciting public disturbance and breaching public peace,” Mariam said. “As a result, the command’s action was compelled by the worries of certain angry locals. However, no one was arrested.
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“In light of the foregoing, the command wishes to state that it is committed to ensuring that FCT residents have a trouble-free Democracy Day celebration, and that it will not hesitate to prosecute anyone or anything who attempts to disrupt the peace or cause a breakdown of law and order in the Federal Capital Territory.
“While reaffirming its steadfast commitment to the protection of lives and property within the FCT, the command urges citizens to stay calm and law-abiding.”