Written by Ateed YUSUF

Group makes case for vigilante training in Kuje

Members of the Kuje area council business associations have called on the police to training members of vigilante group to enhance their operation.
They made this known at a maiden security meeting between Kuje business associations and the Divisional Police Officer, DPO, in charge of the area aimed at tackling security challenges.
The businessmen assured the DPO of their support and cooperation to help in combating crime, just as they tasked the police to always guide against exposing the identity of informants.
Leaders of the associations equally enjoined the DPO to motor parks and other strategic locations for surveillance and effective coverage of entire Kuje and its environs and implored all the residents to give the police helping hands to enable them carry out their functions.
Responding, the DPO, Yahaya Jega, stressed the need for community policing and called for synergy between the police and members of the public.
He assured them that police under his watch would work closely with the residents for the protection of lives and property.


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