Insecurity: Sani Bello Commissions New Police Station

Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello
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From Saka Bolaji, Minna

Niger state governor, Abubakar Sani Bello, has commissioned Yakila Police station in Yakila, Rafi Local Government Area of the state.
The station, built and furnished by the state government at the cost of N19 million, is to replace the dilapidated structure serving the town and the adjourning villages.
The commissioning, which was part of Governor Sani Bello’s mid-term assessment tour of projects embarked upon by the state and local governments in the state.
He said provision of adequate security for lives and property remained a cardinal priority of his administration, stressing that proper measures are being taken to ensure security and peaceful coexistence among the people of the state.
The governor said building and renovation of police stations and other security formations in the state was a move to provide conducive environment for law enforcement agencies in the state and enable them carry out their responsibility of maintaining peace across the state.
“We are committed to ensuring that the lives of our people as well as their properties are safe and secured. This we intend to do by ensuring that the welfare of all our security agencies are taken care of by ensuring that they work in conducive environment”.
Governor Sani Bello also said plans were afoot to renovate the newly upgraded Pandogari township Police station to the status of a division and the Police outpost in Kusherki all in Rafi Local Government area
It could be recalled that few weeks ago state government equipped the police and vigilante groups in Rafi, Muyan and Shiroro local government areas with motorcycles for effective surveillance and to checkmate the rising wave of crimes .

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