Acting IGP sends first warning to Nigerians on illegal arms possession

Acting IGP sends first warning to Nigerians on illegal arms possession

- The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) has declared war on the illegal possession of arms and weapons in the country

- The acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, on Sunday, January 27, issued a warning to all who have illegal arms to surrender same immediately

- Adamu said that there will be serious consequences for those who fail to heed to the warning of the force

The acting Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu, on Sunday, January 27, in Abuja warned those in the country who unlawfully have weapons in their possession to immediately surrender same to the nearest police station.

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Adamu's warning was informed by intelligence information indicating that there is a massive number of illegal arms in the possession of some Nigerians.

According to the intelligence report, the desperation of those in possession of illegal arms and the desire to increase the number of such weapons have serious security risks in the country.

Following this, the IGP placed a restriction on the issuance of new licences for some arms in all parts of the country, adding that there will be grave repercussion for those who refuse to heed to the warning.

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Added to this, the police force is to begin intelligence operations throughout the country to avert the further spread of illegal arms, thereby restoring law and order in the society.

Meanwhile, reported that Adamu had ordered the immediate disbandment of the Federal SARS, special investigation panel and the special tactical squad.

The IGP announced this on Monday, January 21, at his inaugural conference with commissioners of police and other senior officers in Abuja. ( -> Same great journalism, upgraded for better service!

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