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May 29: Police Tighten Security

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ABUJA—As part of preparations for a hitch-free presidential inauguration, Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, has ordered the diversion of traffic on all roads around Eagle Square on Friday, May 29, even as President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday, held his final meeting with security chiefs at the Presidential Villa.

The police boss has also ordered tight security at Eagle Square, hotels, key and vulnerable places within the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, as well as the mounting of Tactical Operation Points on all roads leading into and out of FCT.

A statement by the Force Public Relations Cfficer, CP Emmanuel Ojukwu, said: “The Nigeria Police Force apologises for the inconveniences these arrangements may cause motorists and members of the public.”

Meanwhile, President Jonathan’s meeting with security chiefs at the Presidential Villa, held after the valedictory meeting of Federal Executive Council, FEC.

Jonathan took a group photograph with the service chiefs after the meeting which ended at about 5:30p.m. None of them spoke to newsmen

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