Christmas: police commands banned the use of fireworks around churches

According to report, the Nigeria Police Commands has banned the use fireworks on the Christmas and New Year celebration.


Informationhood learnt the action is meant to maght tight security in the country, stand chance to forestall attacks by insurgents and other criminal elements during the Christmas celebration.

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Findings show that police formations across the country are deploying thousands of men in churches, and locations like major markets and motor parks, an arrangement that is expected to continue till the New Year’s Day celebration.

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The Nigeria Police’s spokesman, Donald Awunah, said on Friday that the nationwide operation would involve specialised units like the Police Mobile Force, Counter-terrorism Unit, Special Protection Unit, Federal Highway Patrol, Explosive Ordinance Department, the Armament Unit, Marine Police, helicopters and sniffer dogs

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