In response to the recent abduction of six young girls in the Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, the Police Force has activated a robust plan of action, affirms the Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO). The Force Headquarters is diligently orchestrating efforts to address the situation and forestall any recurrence, with an unwavering commitment to rescuing the victims unharmed.
Due to the delicate nature of the ongoing operations, specific details are being treated with utmost confidentiality to prevent any compromise. The entire police force is mobilized, and a collective effort is underway to secure the safe release of the abducted individuals.
To bolster these efforts, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) has escalated the deployment of Tactical Intelligence Teams. This strategic move aims to enhance the effectiveness of intelligence gathering and operational execution, ensuring a more proactive approach to combating kidnapping incidents.
The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) is actively reaching out to key individuals crucial to the success of rescue operations and ongoing investigations. The primary goal is not only to apprehend the perpetrators and bring them to justice but also to intensify efforts in the swift and secure rescue of victims still held in captivity.
Recognizing the psychological toll on affected families, the Police are advocating for open communication with their operatives. This approach is designed to provide continuous support, share pertinent information, and offer assistance to alleviate the psychological distress imposed by kidnappers on the relatives and loved ones of the victims.
As of the latest update provided by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Olumuyiwa Adejobi on January 13, 2024, the Police Force remains resolute in its commitment to tackling kidnapping and ensuring the safe rescue of victims, underscoring the gravity of the situation and the urgent need for collaborative efforts to address this menace.