Police denies Ban on Protest on #bringbackourgirls

The Nigeria Police have denied claim by the media that they have ban all protest in support of the more than 200 girls kidnapped in April in Abuja 
"The Police High Command wishes to inform the general public that the Force has not issued any order banning peaceful assemblies/protests anywhere in Nigeria," his office said in a statement.
"It notes however that against the backdrop of current security challenges in the country, coupled with a recent intelligence report of a likely infiltration and hijack of otherwise innocuous and peaceful protests by some criminal elements having links with insurgents, the Police only issued advisory notice, enjoining citizens to apply caution in the said rallies, particularly in the Federal Capital Territory and its environs," the statement read.
On Monday, the commissioner said the proliferation of such protests was "posing a serious security threat" in the capital city of Abuja.
"Information reaching us is that too soon dangerous elements will join the groups under the guise of protest and detonate explosive(s) aimed at embarrassing the government. Accordingly protests on the Chibok Girls is hereby banned with immediate effect," his office said in its original statement.
It's good to know that the ban has been lifted since it's an infringement on the fundamental Human Rights of the People.


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