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The Acting Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has advised members of the public to stop sending fake emergency alerts to the Nigeria Police Force Rescue Me App.

NPF Rescue Me allows the public to effectively report emergencies, criminal activities, and professional misconduct of Police Officers for rapid and immediate reaction by operatives of the Nigeria Police Force.

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, psc (+), NPM, fdc, had encouraged Nigerians to take advantage of the crime reporting mobile application. However, the Force Spokesperson, in a series of tweets, stated that in the four days, more than 10,122 fake alerts were received.

“On our NPF Rescue Me App, we urge Nigerians to please stop fake alerts. These are causing more harm to the system and jeopardise it,” he intoned.

He added that the heavy traffic on the system is affecting the genuine callers.

We have more than 5000 pending or awaiting OTP to proceed on the app, it is due to this unnecessary heavy traffic on the system, he said.

He urged the public to cooperate with the Police as the App was developed to improve the nation’s security network.

IGP Encourages Nigerians to Take Advantage Of NPF Rescue Me Application

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