By Mobolaji Odunuga
The Commissioner of Police for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mbu Joseph Mbu has encouraged people of all religions across the country to embrace the spirit of love and cultivate a good habit of tolerating their fellow human beings irrespective of language, tribe, religion and other differences.
He make this call in Abuja on Friday, 18th April, 2014, while giving a goodwill message as Christians all over the world celebrate Good Friday.
He noted that it is very important to be security conscious and cooperate with security agents.
“Without the cooperation of our people it will be difficult to fight crime since good policing is everybody’s job.
Ensure that all abandon strange vehicles in your area are removed or relocated far away from where people live or gather for worship, lawful businesses or other reasonable purposes.
“Be conscious of activities within and around uncompleted buildings in your area,” he advised.
Mbu noted that citizens should understand that people in their respective neighborhoods, motor parks and public centers are adopting reasonable security measures for the benefit of all and as such complying with these measures might inconvenience many for a while but as it consistently improves, it will definitely benefit all.
He call on the public to report any strange movement, emergencies and security threat to the police by calling the following help lines: 112, 08061581938, 07057337653, 08032003913 and 08028940883.