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Security information for RCCG 65th Annual Convention 2017 #Halleluyah

As we approach the RCCG 65th Annual Convention with the Theme.. Halleluyah, Please note that all types of Persons would begin to enter the Camp.

Please be Security and Safety Conscious.
Adopt the policy of “See Something, Say Something”.

Do not hesitate to challenge and report anyone you suspect .


Car owners should please secure their vehicles with Pedal, steering or electronics Security locks.

Ensure your house doors and windows are properly locked.


For Immediate Assistance Contact.


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Lagos Gov inaugurates Neighborhood Safety Corp Agency

Community policing will help in reducing crime – Ambode
…We’ll hit the ground running, Ex-DIG Ajao assures


Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Wednesday said that the fight against crime and all forms of criminality would be better enhanced if efforts are geared towards embracing community policing to complement the police and other law enforcement agencies.

Governor Ambode, who stated this at the swearing-in ceremony of the Chairman and members of the Board of the State’s Neighbourhood Safety Corp Agency, said community policing was needed to assist law enforcement agencies who, according to him, are already over stretched judging by the enormous task of securing the country. Read more

Governor El-Rufai of Kaduna State commends the Police

Nip in the bud the source of insecurity

The Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has expressed gratitude to the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris, NPM, mni, and the Nigeria Police Force for the determined efforts to ensure that peace and security prevail in Kaduna State.


He commended the exemplary professionalism displayed by the Police in tackling insecurity in the state when the Inspector General of Police and the Police Management team paid him a courtesy call in his office on 26th October, 2016. Read more

Security tips for the season

As we approach the Christmas season, crime rate is on the increase.
Typically, there is tremendous pressure on people, including criminals to meet the demands of the season. It is therefore expedient to remind us of certain risks associated with the season and how these could be mitigated.

Residential Security
*Be alert and aware of your environment. Keep low profile.
*Always secure gates, doors and windows to your residence.
*Ensure security lights are functioning.
*Do not give vital/personal information to persons unfamiliar to you.

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