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Emir Sanusi to AIG: Address cattle rustling, kidnapping, armed banditry in Kano

The Emir of Kano, Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi ll has called on the newly posted Assistant Police Inspector in-charge of Zone one Headquarters, Mr. Kayode Aderanti to pay…

The Emir of Kano, Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi ll has called on the newly posted Assistant Police Inspector in-charge of Zone one Headquarters, Mr. Kayode Aderanti to pay serious attention to the menace of cattle rustling, kidnapping and armed banditry in Kano state.

The emir, who made the call yesterday when he received the newly posted AIG, who paid him homage in his palace, said Kano is faced with challenges of armed banditry, kidnapping and cattle rustling in Falgore forest in Doguwa local government area of the state.

He said; “We are also disturbed by the activities of hoodlums in many areas within Kano city and we equally want you to search for a lasting solution to this problem.”

The emir said he had heard so much about the new AIG and had confidence in him that he would address the security problems affecting the state.

He said Kano being a commercial nerve of the north that is accommodating many tribes, needs special attention from all security agencies so that peaceful coexistence would be maintained among all the tribes that are conducting their businesses in the state.

Sanusi said the palace was aware of the roles police are playing in ensuring security of lives and properties despite the challenges of shortage of manpower, funding and logistics affecting NPF.

The emir added that Kano emirate council had many retired senior police officers that are working under it, who are offering useful advices to the palace on any security issues whenever the need arises.

Sanusi therefore assured the new AIG and all security agencies serving in the state that Kano emirate council would continue to support them as law enforcement agencies to discharge their statutory duties diligently.

Earlier, the new AIG, Mr. Kayode Aderanti, sad he was in the emir’s palace to seek for his royal blessing, saying his mission was to make police zone one the best in the country.

Aderanti said: “I will ensure that Kano, Katsina and Jigawa state become crimes free states during my stay as AIG in-charge of the zone. I will ensure that all the tribes residing in Kano live in peace by creating peaceful atmosphere.”

The new AIG also assured frequent training and re-training of the officers and men of the Nigerian Police Force serving under the zone with a view to updating their knowledge and skills about the job.

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