FCT police restore peace to Mpape community, to investigate death of Abdul Rahman Usman

The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command, Babaji Sunday, has deployed an intervention team to Mpape community to restore peace and enhance public safety in the community.

The deployment follows the report of a community leadership feud and the death of one man known as Abdul Rahman Usman, which incited disturbance of public peace and a threat to the safety and security of residents in the area.

In a statement made available to pressmen on Thursday by the Police Public Relations Officer of the command, DSP Adeh Josephine, CP Sunday noted that the command has commenced discreet investigations into the circumstances that led to the heightened security challenge in the community and the death in order to bring perpetrators to justice.

The FCT police boss called for calm and enjoined residents to go about their lawful endeavours as normalcy has been restored to the affected community.

He warned all the aggrieved parties to seek legal means of addressing their grievances rather than resorting to violence as the police will not condone any act that will lead to the breakdown of law and order.


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