Dec 9, 2021

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After Hilton Hotel Killing, Anambra Police Hand Hoteliers New Directive for Guest Protection

  • The police have started to take strategic measures to curb the incessant killings in the states of Nigeria
  • One of these efforts is that of the Anambra state Police command in a new guideline for hotel owners and managers in the state
  • The police also called for a partnership with the residents of Anambra in solving and preventing criminal activities in the state in the bud < / strong>

Anambra – Anambra State Police Commissioner Echeng Eworo has issued a new policy for all hotel management and owners in the State.

The hoteliers must submit their guest lists to the nearest police headquarters in their region every day, says the new police directive.

The Cable reports that Eworo will be in one on Sunday the 21st at the Doubling of security measures in the state.

In addition, police have requested that all gunshot wounded victims be admitted and treated in private and public hospitals in the state.

Ikenga noted, however, that the cases should be reported to the nearest police station while the cases are being treated in the hospitals so that this can be documented and processed immediately.

Punch also reports that Ikenga has urged all residents of Anambra to work with the police to make sure the state is secure.

He also called for partnership the resident to ensure that suspicious movements in their vicinity are reported to the police either on the wards or on the emergency number 112 or the control room number of the operations management: 07039194332.

Ikenga said:

” Report missing vehicles to the nearest police station immediately or call the emergency / control room number 112 a. an nd 07039194332. “

Parents in the state were also urged to be aware of activities and the types of friends their children and wards have as they grow up.

Police arrest Ramon Adedoyin, the owner of the Hilton Hotel

Police spokesman for the Osun State Police Department, superintendent of Police Yemisi Opalola, also revealed why the autopsy was performed Timothy Adegoke was delayed

According to police, the family of the student who was killed asked to participate in the autopsy process and their request must be respected.

Ramon Adedoyin responds to the killing of Timothy Adegoke

Also, Adedoyin, arrested by the state police, reacted to the alleged killing of Adegoke for the first time on his business premises.

Adedoyin said he didn’t have a hand i the murder of the postgraduate student of the OAU in his hotel, as read widely in the media.

He also urged the public not to hint at the police allow the investigation into the matter to be concluded.