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DSS, police pledge commitment to peace, security in Bauchi

The management of the police and the Division of State Providers (DSS) in Bauchi State on Monday pledged their unflinching dedication to peace and safety within the state, whilst they assured of redoubling their efforts in direction of making certain upkeep of peace and safety throughout the state.

The State Director of Service, Alhaji Umar Abdullahi Yeldu and the Commissioner of Police, CP Lawan Tanko Jimeta, gave the pledge whereas talking at a city corridor assembly on the engagement of youths and communities on safety points organised by the Bauchi State authorities.

DAILY POST stories that the assembly got here up on the heel of the latest violence witnessed in elements of the nation following the peaceable protests by youth in search of the disbandment of the Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) and an finish to police brutalities, with the hashtag #EndSARS.

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Describing the city corridor assembly as well timed, Yeldu declared that it might go a great distance in figuring out safety challenges within the state with a view to addressing them amicably.

Whereas saying that the youths are the nation’s tomorrow leaders, the DSS Director referred to as on them to collaborate with the Service by reporting any safety points to it for immediate motion.

“On behalf of the Director-Basic, Division of State Providers, Yusuf Magaji Bichi, we wish to pledge our unflinching assist for the peace and safety of Bauchi State.

“We’re conscious that youths are the leaders of tomorrow and due to this fact this city corridor assembly is well timed and it’s on this level that we name on youths and their management that if there may be something on safety, they need to attain out to us for immediate motion,” he stated.

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Yeldu then raised the alarm over growing circumstances of kidnapping, banditry, rape and cattle rustling within the state and solicited continued assist of essential stakeholders to the Service with a view to tackling the menace.

He, nonetheless, expressed gratitude to the normal and non secular leaders within the state for the roles they’ve been enjoying to make sure safety is assured within the state.

“Your Excellency, different excessive profile personalities, we’re conscious that Bauchi State is presently recording a rise in legal actions however we recognize our royal fathers, imams and pastors for the roles they performed in making certain safety is maintained within the state. We thanks very a lot in that regard.”

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Additionally talking on the assembly, the state Commissioner of Police, Lawan Tanko Jimeta, stated the police are collaborating with youth teams to sort out and scale back their involvement in legal actions and different social vices.

Jimeta promised that safety companies within the state would redouble their efforts in direction of making certain the upkeep of peace and safety throughout the state.

The city corridor assembly was attended by dignitaries, together with the state governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed; Minister of Training, Malam Adamu Adamu and Minister of State for Commerce, Business and Funding, Hajiya Maryam Yelwaji Katagum, amongst others.

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