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NPF to Monitor Excesses on Social Media

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The Nigeria Police Force has said it can now monitor excesses on social media.
This was disclosed in a statement issued by the Assistant Inspector-General of Police, in charge of Zone Six, Okunola Kamaldeen.
According to the statement, the donation, which is part of their corporate social responsibility, would go a long way in fighting crimes emanating from the negative use of social media.
It called on other Public entities and individuals to see crime fighting as everyone’s business.

Written by: Helen Obih

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