The command’s Public Relations Officer, Mr Ebere Amaraizu, disclosed this in a statement on Friday in Enugu.
Amariazu, a Superintendent of Police, said the October monthly edition of the sporting exercise was tagged “Jog/Walk for Life and Agility’’.
He, therefore, urged members of the public not panic as the exercise would command large turnout of able-bodied men and women.
He said those involved in the exercise would pass through major roads and routes within Enugu metropolis.
“The Command will on Saturday, Oct. 21, hold its October monthly edition of the sporting exercise tagged: “Jog/Walk for Life and Agility’’.
“The exercise is packaged to foster unity between the command and its publics and to promote physical and mental well being of participants.
“During the period of the exercise, participants which include officers and men from among the police, sister security agencies and other relevant stakeholders, would jog and walk together.
“Participants would take-off from the command headquarters passing through designated streets and roads in Enugu metropolis.
“The exercise will terminate at the Superior Police Officers Mess field for further cooling down and warming down exercises,’’ he said.
Amaraizu, who doubles as Sports Officer of the command, urged motorists and other members of the public to be guided by the information. NAN