FG Issues Security Alert Ahead of October 1
The Federal Government of Nigeria has issued security tips to the public ahead Nigeria’s Independence Day Celebration on October 1. Information Guide Nigeria
The tips is released in a statement signed by the Special Assistant on Media to the Minister of Information and Culture, Segun Adeyemi.
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According to DAILY POST, Abuja residents and its environs have been advised not to panic but go about their daily activities.
The government have advised Nigerians to report any suspicious movement to the relevant security agencies.
The statement reads; Jamb Results
”Residents are enjoined to report suspicious persons and movements to the security agencies through the following numbers: 09-6305396, 08031230631, 08032003557 and 122”.
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