The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command has banned the sale and use of all kinds of fireworks, firecrackers and knockouts in the FCT.
In a statement made available to reporters by the FCT Police Command Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Josephine Adeh, FCT Police Commissioner Babaji Sunday noted that the order is part of the order. ‘a proactive police initiative to maintain relative peace. in the CTF, and adequately contain crime and criminality, especially those specific to the year-end and Christmas and New Years festivities.
According to the statement, Babaji noted that “the use of knockouts, etc., in addition to being a nuisance and disturbance of the public peace, is also capable of causing unnecessary fear and apprehension and other associated dangers. to its use during the harmattan period. This is in addition to the possibility of providing an escape space for criminals after the commission of a crime.
“To this end, the CP ordered all divisional police officers and chiefs of police units within the FCT to duly enforce the ban and ensure that anyone who violates the order is arrested and brought to justice. “
The FCT Police Boss also called on parents and guardians to convince their children and wards to renounce the sale and use of fireworks, firecrackers, knockouts, etc. as the ban is in the best interest of all.
He warned those trading in these banned items to seek alternative but legal businesses, noting that in the FCT, business would not be business as usual.
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