👤 Abdul Tukur, DENISAURUS News
The Commissioner of Police Kaduna State Command today praised the improved efforts being used to tackle insurgency in the state.
Ahmad AbdurRahman, who led a patrol team along the Kaduna-Abuja highway in order to further build confidence in the people of the state, said much effort was being made to dislodge criminals and stop them from harming the citizens.
There has been a rise in kidnapping on the Kaduna-Abuja high way of recent, but the CP, a super cop, described as a “Mr Do Good” by members of the force, said the place was now safe.
“I want to inform you that based on incident analysis, the Abuja-Kaduna road is now safe and free of threat to ply on at any time,” he said.
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Mr AbdurRahman who worked at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, before he was promoted, went on to commend the “always determined” Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu Abubakar on the launch of operation puff adder.
The action led by the chief of the Nigerian police force in the first week of this month, aims to protect the Kaduna-Abuja highway. It has helped to recover public spaces from the domination of criminals.
The operation which was launched on April 5, is being enforced by “gallant operatives,” Mr AbdurRahman said in a video obtained by DENISAURUS News.
Speaking at Katari village, where the operation was launched, Mr AbdurRahman explained that the operation has been successful.
He said: “I felt I should come here myself to reinforce the operation as inaugurated by the inspector general of police after sitting down with my officers, operatives and reassessed the successes so far achieved by the operation.”
“We have reviewed the current security deployment plan and we have reinforced the operation with a robust patrol system that can checkmate any amoebic modus the bandits might use to avoid the ferocious onslaught of our gallant operatives,” he added.
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