Ganduje reiterates commitment to community policing in Kano

Gov. Ganduje of Kano State has reiterated his commitment to  continue partnering with stakeholders in the sector to ensure the state is safe and peaceful.

Ganduje made this known when the  Police Force Community Policing Agenda, appointed him as its National Patron.

In a statement issued by the Chief Secretary to the Governor, Mr Abba Anwar  in  Kano, Ganduje said:”we have community policing at the village, ward , local government, emirates levels.

”We chose 16 young from each of the 44 local governments areas of the state for constabulary training,” he said.

Responding, the National Secretary of the association, Amb.  Ibrahim Aboki said that the governor was nominated for his efforts in strengthening community policing.

“This is a man of honesty, integrity and philanthropy, the able and amiable dynamic and a “Goal Getter:“The champion, we are presenting to you, an award and a letter as a National Patron.

“We duly acknowledge role in pioneering, promoting and consolidating all formations, agencies and special constabularies,” he said. (NAN)