Tambuwal Requests For Deployment of Low-ranking Police Officers To Their States Of Origin

By Abdallah el-Kurebe

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Governor AminuWaziri Tambuwal, with the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 10, Tambari Muhammad Yabo at the Government House in Sokoto.‎ Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, with the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 10, Tambari Muhammad Yabo at the Government House in Sokoto.

In order to boost intelligence gathering and make effective use of local knowledge to enhance policing, Sokoto Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has urged the Nigeria Police to deploy lower ranking officers to their states of origin.

He said move will not only boost community relations, it will also help in reducing crimes in the society.

Speaking when he received the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 10, Tambari Muhammad Yabo at the Government House in Sokoto, Tambuwal said the officers will use their familiarity with the norms and values of their states to tackle criminal activities.

He said the state government has enjoyed a cordial relationship with the police and expressed confidence the gesture will continue.

Tambuwal said efforts are on course to revive the state internal security outfit, known as ‘Operation Mesa’, to complement the efforts of other security agencies serving in Sokoto state.

In his remarks, AIG Yabo said the zone has embarked on sensitisation tour to educate officers on the new direction the force is heading to ensure success of its operations. 

CAPTION: By ‎Abdallah el-Kurebe 

In order to boost intelligence gathering and make effective use of local knowledge to enhance policing, Sokoto Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has urged the Nigeria Police to deploy lower ranking officers to their states of origin.

He said move will not only boost community relations, it will also help in reducing crimes in the society.

Speaking when he received the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 10, Tambari Muhammad Yabo at the Government House in Sokoto, Tambuwal said the officers will use their familiarity with the norms and values of their states to tackle criminal activities.

He said the state government has enjoyed a cordial relationship with the police and expressed confidence the gesture will continue.

Tambuwal said efforts are on course to revive the state internal security outfit, known as ‘Operation Mesa’, to complement the efforts of other security agencies serving in Sokoto state.

In his remarks, AIG Yabo said the zone has embarked on sensitisation tour to educate officers on the new direction the force is heading to ensure success of its operations. 

Posted by Abdallah el-kurebe

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