Nigeria police excluded Eastern Region from its security advice

The Police Community Relation Committee (PCRC) advice on security dis morning pls read this it is very important:


The guide is for those travelling within Nigeria now or in the future.

· *Avoid going to any of the North East or North West of Nigeria no matter how important your assignment*.
The North Central is not safe. Avoid Kaduna by all means possible. Your best choice is to travel by air to any of the core-Northern states if you insist you must travel.

· *While travelling in the SW, beware of armed kidnappers and murderers.*

· They target evening and night for their operations. They are most active on weekends especially at dawn, evenings or nights on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

· *Never travel with your family. If you must travel, don’t go with your wife and children*. Family in a car is usually prime targets, knowing resistance will be minimal.

· *If you must travel, wear smart dresses with canvass*.
The opportunity may come for you to run.

· *Always keep a dummy phone at hand while your real phone should be left in silence in your car*.
Delete all bank details in your phone.

· *Arm yourself, it may be helpful*.
You can buy dagger, multiple defense tools, gas cannon, sharp-multidrive tools and pepper spray.
Never use them unless you have a unique opportunity to attack your captors. Your attack must be to either escape or to kill your captors if possible whenever you have the chance.

· *They usually divide into two camps*.
One camp stops you in the front, the second camp waits for you to reverse before attacking from the back. If you have a heavy car that can knock and kill those at the front, please do.

· *Train yourself on the use of weapons in self-defense*.
You may find yourself in a position to use AK-47abandoned in a hurry by kidnappers or left carelessly where you are kept in the bush.

· *They usually explore bad portions of the road, drive as fast as possible through such portions*. Be swift and decisive on the road. Do not use your phone while driving. It will distract you from concentration and keen observation.

· *Fill your tank from the point of departure*. Don’t travel alone.

· *If you are ever abducted, stay calm and cooperate but be keen to maximize any opportunity*.

· *If you are sure of escaping into the bush without your car, leave the car doors open and the ignition key on*.
This will distract the kidnappers and attract passersby.

· *The troubled spots at Yoruba land are: Ogere, Gbongan Junction, Igboho-Shaki way, Ikere-Ado road, Ife-Ibadan highway, Oyo-Ogbomosho highway, Warri-Benin highway, Ikole-Omuo-Lokoja highway; Ilorin-Egbe highway; Jebba-Bode Saadu way; Ilesa-Itaore way; Ogotun-Arakeji-Ado way.

· *If you have the chance, drive close to a lorry or trailer on the highway*.

· *Put on the local radio while travelling not listening to music*.
An important information relevant to kidnappers on the highway may filter to you.
· *Whenever you see herd of cows, be suspicions, keep a distance and look for a safe, swift drive through.*
May God continue to protect us Amen. Pls share it to your family and friends if you find it useful .


Facebook Comments

Simon Ekpa

Simon Ekpa LL.M (Master of Laws) is a human rights activist, CEO, senior legal advisor at Ekpa & Co Oy, legal researcher, author, analyst, Finnish politician, Biafra agitator and a Finnish Military reserve.
Back to top
%d bloggers like this: