11 February 2013

Angola: Luanda Police Warn Public Order Disturbers

Luanda — The police command of Luanda warn the perturbers the public order during the carnival festivity at Luanda's Marginal venue and will punish them will judicial measures.

This was said to Angop by the provincial police commander of Luanda, chief commissioner Elizabeth Ranque Franque.

According to her, the troublemakers that will endanger the safety of other peoples with physical aggression, robbery and other serious crimes will be detained and stand for a trial in the police court of Ingombota ward.

She appealed the population to cooperate with the police forces in order to dance carnival serenely and thus comply with the police instructions disclosed by the police in this festive period.

Angop learnt that Luanda police expect to deploy 1500 police manpower, among officers, sergeants and lance-corporals.

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