Mubi: Police warn residents against rumour mongering

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The Adamawa Police Command on Friday warned residents of the state against spreading unfounded rumour that often leads to panic.

The Commissioner of Police, Mr Gabriel Adaji, gave the warning during a press briefing in Yola.

Adaji said that report reaching the command was that the present situation in Mubi town was generally calm.

“The situation in Mubi town is generally calm; members of the public are strongly advised to stop spreading rumour and causing panic movement as this will only worsen the situation,” Adaji said.

He maintained that security agencies were on top of the situation and were doing everything humanly possible to restore normalcy in Mubi and other troubled areas in the state.

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In the same vein, the commissioner urged members of the public not to relent in providing useful information to security agencies.

He said that the provision of useful information from the public would go a long way in improving the situation.

Adaji said that the command had made several arrests of some suspects in connection with stolen cars, kidnapping and armed robbery.

He commended the efforts of other security agencies for performing their constitutional role of assisting the police in the state.

On the number of policemen killed during the insurgent attacks on Mubi, he confirmed that no police officer was killed or wounded.

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