Zamfara CP assures of officers professionalism, commitment to service in 2021

The Commissioner of Police, Zamfara State Command, Mr. Abutu Yaro has assured the people of the state that his officers and men would redouble their commitment to the promotion and sustenance of public peace, safety and security in the year 2021.

The Commissioner gave the assurance yesterday while meeting with the police tactical commanders at the Command Headquarters in Gusau.

He commended the officers and men of the Command for their commitment and sacrifice in the restoration of peace and normalcy and charged them to redouble their efforts in such hard work in 2021.

CP Yaro further said the Police as a leading agency in internal security has been partnering with other security agencies, traditional rulers and members of the host communities in policing the state and charged the personnel to sustain such cordial working relationships.

“The ongoing peace pact of the state government will be consolidated and made to be more functional and effective. Plans are underway to review and reposition the peace process so that all stakeholders will be keyed into the peace accord. I am therefore calling on the aggrieved factions to suspend all violent activities and allow the impending dialogue to take place in a conducive atmosphere” he said.

He, however, warned that the Police and other security agencies would not spare any criminal who refuses to tow the line of peace in Zamfara State.

The CP assured officers and men that the police authority is doing everything possible to see to their welfare, he enjoined them to show more seriousness and enthusiasm in their work so that more can be done

Speaking further, the commissioner warned that corrupt practices and extortion would not be tolerated as the Police under his watch will not condone extortion in all ramifications, especially on the highways.

He vowed to deal decisively with any police officer that engages himself in corrupt practice or any form of unprofessional act.

He appealed to members of the public to continue cooperating with the police and other security agencies with credible and timely information on activities of criminal elements in the state.

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