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Delta CP deploys 1,000 policemen, 2 bomb squads to cover coronation ceremony of Olu of Warri

 

  • Cautions mischief makers
Ahead of the forthcoming coronation ceremony of the Olu of Warri, scheduled to hold on Saturday, 21st August 2021, the Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Ari Muhammed Ali, has deployed 1000 police personnel alongside two bomb squad to forestall any form of breach in peace at the event.

According to a statement signed by the State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, DSP Bright Edafe, the personnel are to ensure water tight security before, during and after the coronation ceremony.

The police further stated that two bomb squads have been deployed to report 48hours before the coronation day to sweep the venue and ensure it is completely rendered safe, while two unit of Mobile Police personnel and conventional police officers who include traffic personnel have been deployed.

Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Ari Muhammed Ali,

This according to the Commissioner of Police is to ensure a water tight security.

The CP further warned mischief makers to steer clear as the command is more than ready to deal decisively with anybody who would try to disrupt or cause any form of mischief during the coronation.

The statement reads, “All that needs to be done to ensure that the event is hitch free and devoid of any form of violence has been put in place.

“To this end, the CP has directed the Area Commander Warri, Divisional Police Officers, Tactical Operations Officers of the Command to leave no stone unturned towards ensuring thorough supervision of personnel deployed for the actualization of peace and tranquility during and after the coronation ceremony.

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“The CP on behalf of his management team, officers and men of the command wishes the people of Warri and Deltans a peaceful and hitch free Coronation ceremony.”

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