The Liberia National Police has reiterated calls to the public that Liberia is saved and there is no need for citizens’ to panic ahead of the upcoming Bicentennial celebrations and the festive season.
Addressing the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism regular press briefing Thursday in Monrovia, Deputy Police Inspector General for Operations Marvin Sarkor admonished the religious community, Politicians, and well-meaning Liberians to rally around the Liberian police for the fight against crime in the country.
Sarkor also said citizens have a responsibility in making sure to cooperate with the Liberia National Police by providing valuable information to the LNP that will enhance the fight against crime.
The Deputy Police Inspector General maintained that there was no room for instability in the country, as such citizens should put aside politics, hate, among others vices, and work together as a Nation in the Fight against Crime.
Meanwhile, Deputy the Deputy Inspector General of Police CSD/CID & Interpol Affairs Prince Mulbah cautioned Liberians to desist from disseminating misinformation about ritualistic killings and crimes within the country.
He also said the Liberia National Police is not regime police, as such the LNP is making sure the security of the state is maintained throughout the country.