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Police Recovers Senate Mace At Abuja City Gate



Stolen Senate Mace Recovered By Police
Stolen Senate Mace Recovered By Police

Scenes of the attack on National Assembly | Credit: Sumner Sambo

The police has revealed that the thugs who unprecedented stole the Mace of the Senate house abandoned it under the flyover before the Abuja City Gate.

The police said that while they were in hot pursuit of the Mace thieves, a passerby, who saw the mace alerted them

While a discreet investigation into the incident is still ongoing to arrest and bring the perpetrators to justice, the Nigeria Police Force appreciates the spirited members of the public, most especially motorists within Abuja Metropolis for their support, cooperation and timely information during the rigorous stop and search operations for the recovery of the Mace,” said Police superintendent, Aremu Adeniran, the deputy police PRO.

The deputy Police Public Relations Officer also pointed out the efforts made by the police to get the mace back.

’IGP Ibrahim Idris immediately instituted a high-powered Police Investigation and Intelligence Team coordinated by the IGP Monitoring Unit of the Force and further directed a total lock-down of the Federal Capital Territory with intense surveillance patrol and thorough Stop and Search Operations at various Police check-points with a view to arresting perpetrators and possible recovery of the stolen Mace.

“The Police teams engaged in massive raids of identified criminal spots/flashpoints, stop and search operations, visibility and confidence building patrols, intelligence gathering which forced the suspected miscreants to abandon the Mace at a point under the flyover before the City Gate, where a patriotic passer-by saw it and alerted the Police”.  he said. (NAN)

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