Yuletide: Police ban procession in C/River

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The Police  Command  in  Cross River has banned all forms of procession ahead of the yuletide celebrations in the  state.This was  contained in a statement signed by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) DSP Irene Ugbo on Tuesday in Calabar.“It has come to the knowledge of the  command that some groups of persons under the aegis of secret cult groups (whose aim is to disturb the peace of the land, molest steal and even maim unsuspected members of the public) intend to go on procession under the coverage of Christmas/New Year celebration.“It is to be noted for the avoidance of doubt that all forms of  procession is banned before, during and after the festive season.“To this end, the command hereby warn all members of these groups, miscreants and criminal elements to steer clear, especially this festive season and beyond in the interest of our dear state.“By this announcement, the command wishes to reassure all law abiding residents in Cross River of our resolve to clamp down on persons or group of persons who may want to take laws into their hands,” the PPRO said.She further enjoined peaceful loving residents in the state to go about their lawful businesses and always give useful information to the police.

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