Police ban sales, use of fireworks in Akwa Ibom

Police Ban Use Of Fireworks In Akwa Ibom

The Akwa Ibom State Police Command has beefed up security and banned the use of fireworks during the Christmas and New Year celebrations.Information Guide Nigeria

According to PM NEWS, the police command revealed this in a statement signed by the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, SP. Odiko Macdon.

SP. Odiko Macdon said the Commissioner of Police (CP), Andrew Amiengheme has warned those who usually burn tyres on the roads to desist from such acts as those caught would be prosecuted accordingly.

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“The CP notes that the law banning the sale and use of prohibited explosives (knockouts inclusive) is still in force.

“He has therefore requested parents/guardians to warn their children/wards to refrain from the use of all kinds of prohibited fireworks during and after the yuletide.Jamb Result

“He also warns those who burn tyres on the roads and highways during festivities to desist forthwith as such acts destroy the roads and are capable of causing fire outbreaks.’’

PM NEWS reports he urged the people of the state to report suspicious elements to the police directly or by calling the following numbers; 08039213071 and 08020913810 or any other security agencies for prompt action.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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