Bauchi Governor accepts new AIG, seeks new involvement from NPF

Governor Bala Mohammed has urged the Nigeria Police Force to build on its successes in combating crime and security situation in the state.

During a public information visit to Bauchi City Hall by the new Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in charge of Ward 12 in Bauchi District, Dasuki Galadanchi, the governor acknowledged the sacrifices made by security personnel.

He stressed the need for continued efforts to maintain peace.

He informed AIG that the areas mainly affected by the activities of bandits and suspected kidnappers are all local government areas of neighboring states in the North West.

He said the Ministry of Home Affairs and Security was created to provide all necessary support in the region to facilitate effective security operations across the state.

He stressed that the state was enjoying relative peace with the assistance of personnel of the Nigeria Police Force and other security agencies.

He therefore appealed to the people of the state to continue to assist criminals by providing useful information on their activities.

Earlier, newly appointed Police Commissioner Dasuki Galadanci highly praised the state government for prioritizing the welfare of residents.

The AIG, which oversees the Bauchi and Gombe State Commands of the Nigeria Police Force in Zone 12, assured that the force will introduce a new security strategy that will strengthen the overall operations of the police and other security personnel.

He also appealed to the people of Bauchi State to continue to trust the Nigeria Police Force by providing useful information on various happenings in their respective areas for continued development.


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