We’re making progress in fight against kidnappers – Adamawa CP




Adamawa Commissioner of Police, Mr Adamu Madaki, says the state command has been recording some successes in the fight against kidnappers in the state.

Madaki made this known while speaking to newsmen on Thursday in Yola.

He said the command had identified Mubi, Song, Gombi and Fufore axis as the areas with high rate of kidnapping.

The police commissioner said that of recent in Mubi, the Area Commander, in collaboration with the Army, arrested five suspected kidnappers and rescued three victims.

“We also raided one forest in Fufore and arrested two suspects with the motorcycles they use for their activities. The are all undergoing investigation.

“In fact, we are making big progress in the fight against kidnappers; I am so impressed with the performance of DPOs and Operational Commanders.

“I just finished my tour of divisions and formations within the command.

“The last zone I visited was Fufore and wherever I visit during the tour I  assemble stakeholders, village and ward heads to enlighten them on their expected role as key players in security matters,”  he said.

The commissioner said that stakeholders assured him of support and cooperation, adding that with the needed synergy from them, security would improve in the state. (NAN)




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