The Police Administration is aware of the actions of some members of the public who are using social media platforms to openly issue threats of violence against the lives and property of other individuals.
The administration views this type of behavior to be unacceptable and is cautioning those involved to desist from such unlawful practices.
While some may wish to express their views on matters of concern affecting them publicly, the administration within the police force will not condone any utterances of lawlessness or threats made against the peace and security of this nation.
The public is also reminded that it is an offence under the Electronic Crimes Act of 2013, for anyone to openly threatened, libel, or slanders the character of a person on any electronic platform.
The continued cooperation of everyone is expected going forward.
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It is you all starting with the government that caused this to happen. its you all that are the real criminals.
all of you shall face the creator for acts of geneocide and aiding in this criminal acts against his creation.
Police Commissioner, I do hope that Laws are applied to all equally. Regardless of the status of that individual making such threats.
The fact that the Police have to remind us….that ANYONE needs to remind us…..just shows that common sense isn’t so common these days.
Atlee go f a goat
Hope the call is for all and sundry and not just some. Captain and cook must feel the pressure.
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