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APC convention: Police control delegates with stun-gun‎

Security operative at the Eagle square, Abuja venue of the All Progressive Congress (APC) convention used stun guns to control delegates filing into the convention venue.

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Daily Trust correspondent at the scene observed that whilst delegates were being unruly in thier attempt to rush into the convention centre, security operative deployed stun guns in a scare tactic to have order.

He noted that no-body was stunned, but delegates were controlled into a single file as they entred the convention venue.

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The police had warned that, "only accredited delegates, accredited party officials bearing the APC clearance/identification tags will be allowed into the venue."

He said,"Personnel of all Security and Safety agencies deployed for the security of the convention must also wear the certified identification tag conspicuously at the venue."

He added that, the Personnel deployed are under strict instruction to be civil, polite but strict and firm in the discharge of their duties during the convention.



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