The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has requested water-tight security around government offices, outside missions, outsiders and their organizations inside the nation.
The request was against the setting of the shocking assault on Shoprite outlets in Lekki Area of Lagos Sate, on Tuesday.
An announcement on Wednesday by Frank Mba, the Force representative, said villains assaulted and plundered the Malls apparently under the appearance of challenging the relentless “xenophobic” assaults in South Africa.
“To this end, all Zonal Assistant Inspectors General of Police and Commissioners of Police over the Federation have been set on red alarm to guarantee no comparable viciousness is recreated inside the nation”, it said.
The IGP denounced the rough assaults and noticed that three cops were truly harmed and a police operational vehicle set on fire
He additionally unveiled that a complete number of 125 suspects have been captured regarding the episode while a decent number of plundered assets have been recouped by the Police.
“While perceiving the privileges of residents to air their perspectives on notable national issues as cherished in our resolutions, the Force emphasizes that these must be done inside the bounds of the law”, it included.
“Frauds and criminally-disapproved of individuals who take on the appearance of authentic dissidents are in this way cautioned to remain off the boulevards of Nigeria as the Force won’t spare a moment to bring to hold up under the full weight of the law on any such crook.
“Guardians and Guardians are consequently urged to win on their youngsters and wards to halt from acts equipped for causing breakdown of lawfulness in the nation.
“Then, the Force has initiated examinations and profiling of the captured suspects with the end goal of setting up their association with the taking, vindictive harm, fire related crime and aggravation of open tranquility upon the arrival of the occurrence.”