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SOKOTO: Police partners Air Force to curtail criminality

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The Nigeria Police Force, Sokoto State Command, Wednesday said it would be partnering the Nigerian Air Force to curtail criminal activities in the State.

The state Commissioner for Police, CP Ibrahim Sani Ka’oje, made this known in a statement signed by the Police Public Relations Officer ( PPRO), ASP Muhammad Sadiq, and made available to journalists.

He said, “in recognition of the continued need for close partnership and smooth working synergy among sister security agencies, in order to address the existing security challenges in the State. The State Commissioner of Police, Ibrahim Sani Ka’oje psc, has today received the Commander 119 Composite Group of the Nigerian Air Force, who paid him a courtesy visit in his office at the State Police Headquarters

“There was a meeting which was robust and all encompassing had series of critical security issues addressed.

“While stating the objective of the visit, the Commander expressed his satisfaction and sincere belief in partnership and harmonious working relationship as envisioned by the State Police Command, and equally solicit the support of The Nigeria Police in tackling the daunting security challenges in the State.”

The statement further said the CP thanked the commander for the visit and expressed his readiness and commitment to partner with all security agencies towards effectively securing the State of Sokoto.

“He equally assured the Commander of all necessary support from the Command in order to secure the state airport, passengers and facilities from any form of unwanted eventualities”.

The CP, however, urged all officers to remain professional and loyal to their duties and superiors. He also commended the insightfulness of the commander towards tackling security challenges in the state.

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