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Friday, September 14, 2012

Panic In Nigeria's Security Over Negative Movie On Prophet Muhammed


The Federal Government of Nigeria is
already taking measures to prevent
crises against a controversial movie said
to have painted Prophet Muhammed in
bad light.

Anger and violent riots have greeted the
amateur film said to portray Islam and
it's Prophet in bad light. The trailer of the
film was upload to an online video-
sharing website.

The action of Nigeria's government i s
sequel to the riots that broke out in
Egypt and Libya on Tuesday after some
Muslims attacked the consulates of the
United States in both countries.

Unfortunately, the US Ambassador to
Libya, Chris Steven, and three other
Americans were killed in the riots.
Both military and police formations in
major cities in the North had been
placed on high alert while security had
been beefed up around foreign
missions.

Deputy Force Public Relations Officer,
Frank Mba, on Wednesday said in
addition to placing all police formations
in the country on high alert, “the AIG in
charge of Intelligence and
Commissioners of Police in charge of the
various Police Special Squads such as the
Counter Terrorism Unit, Police Mobile
Force and Special Protection Unit have
been directed to ensure that their
personnel are strategically deployed to
prevent and nip all potential crisis in the
bud.”

The statement quoted the IG as assuring
law abiding Nigerians of the readiness
and capacity of the police to provide
adequate security for them and their
property.

It warned those it described as
“potential trouble-makers” to stay off
the streets as the nation’s security
agencies would bring the full weight of
the law to bear on them.

1 comment:

  1. GOOD TIMING, THE GOV NEEDS TO SERIOUSLY WATCH OVER THIS, MOTHER NAIJA MUST BE SAVED FROM HARM.

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