Reports show that officials of the FCT Administration have apprehended six persons for engaging in act of graffiti on the walls of public buildings and infrastructure around the Federal Capital City, Abuja.
New Telegraph reports that a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the FCT Minister, Mohammed Hazat Sule said the six persons apprehended were caught in the act and would be made to face the full wrath of the law, noting that the administration would not allow the defacing of the Federal Capital City.
He reiterated that Abuja remains the window through which the world sees Nigeria and therefore, must be maintained with high sense of commitment and responsibility.
“The administration warns that security agents are now maintaining 24-hour surveillance to ensure that those engaging in the act of graffiti and the likes are promptly apprehended,” Hazat said The FCTA had recently embarked on massive clean-up of such writings to give the city a face-lift.
The Chief Security Officer to the FCT Minister, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Ahmed Rasheed, revealed that the apprehended suspects are now with the security agents and would soon be prosecuted, New Telegraph reports.
Source: New Telegraph