About 19 people were feared dead near Nyanya Motor Park incident on May 1, in Abuja when a car exploded along the ever-busy Abuja-Keffi Expressway.
About 75 people died earlier and hundreds wounded in the first bomb explosion that occurred on April 14 at the motor park.
It said that the monitoring and control team of the organisation commenced the campaign to enlighten traders on measures to adopt to prevent any incident.
The statement promised to take the campaign to residential places to caution people on the need to be more security conscious.
It also commiserated with the families of those affected in the April explosion as well as those involved in the May 1 incident.
“We pray the good Lord to grant repose to the souls of those who lost their lives in the blasts and to their love ones the fortitude to bear the loss,’’ it said.
It urged traders in all the markets across the nation to observe a minute silence on May 14 for the departed souls and pray for peace in the country.