No going back on fight against insecurity-Kuje chairman

No going back on fight against insecurity-Kuje chairman

The chairman of Kuje Area Council, Ahaji Abdullahi Galadima has said there was no going back on his administration’s fight against insecurity.
He said as chief security of­ficer of the area, he was deter­mined to work with security agents as well as other neces­sary stakeholders to ensure protection of lives and prop­erty.
The chairman called on the people to support his effort in the fight against issues that will bring about crime within groups or residents, “combat­ing insecurity is a situation that all of us must give it serious at­tention.
“Traditional and religious leaders as well as another resi­dents have to work together to see that the issue of security challenge is addressed.”
Galadima, during a town hall meeting with residents and traditional rulers disclosed that his administration since assumption of office till date had recorded five incidents of attacks in some communities.
He listed the attacks re­corded by his administration on assumption of office till date to include, farmers and herds­men clashes at Buzun-Kure/Godozhi, attack by gunmen at Zagabutu.
Others are attack by gunmen in Darka/ Huni Gade, another one at Tide village and the kid­nap of 10 persons also at Darka and Huni Grade communities.
The council chairman urged residents irrespective of party affiliation to support his ad­ministration with ideas on how to make the place better for all.
Responding on behalf of the traditional rulers, the Gomo of Kuje, HRH Jibrin Tanko who was represented by the Agabe of Gwargwa­da, Alhaji Hussaini Mam, pledged the traditional insti­tutions readiness to doing all with their powers to promote peace in communities.

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