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Adamawa CP strengthens community policing, visits Jada/Ganye LGAs

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As part of Adamawa State police command’s resolve to strengthen security across the state, the commissioner of police Aliyu Adamu Alhaji has paid a working visit on Jada and Ganye local government areas of the state, Thursday.

Alhaji commended the efforts of all stakeholders including political, religious, traditional leaders and leadership of trade unions, hunters and vigilante operatives, and charge them to maintain the tempo, noting that security is everybody’s business.

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He charged them to key into community policing and sustain the already existing peace in the areas.

A statement by DSP Sulaiman Nguroje, the image maker of the state police command said the commissioner of police equally advised the populace against actions and utterances that could be inimical to peace.

The commissioner of police in the same vein charged all police officers and other law enforcement agents to act in accordance with the Standard Operational Rules (SOR) of the force and other extant laws guiding their overall conduct.

He warned that any police officer found acting contrary to their oaths of office or behaving in a way and manner prejudicial to discipline will be strictly and personally held liable.

The Ganye/Jada Council Chairmen who were represented by Hon. Umar Brandan, and Hon. Simon Sule in their separate remarks commended the CP for his laudable initiatives for engaging locals into policing.

Also speaking, the first class traditional ruler in the area Gangwari Ganye, Dr. Umaru Sanda lauded the initiative of the commissioner of police saying that it will go a long way in engendering peace in the area.

He assured the commissioner of the traditional institution’s commitment to maintain the tempo noting that without peace life will have no meaning.

The commissioner of police was accompanied by deputy commissioner of police in charge of operations and many other senior officers.