Insecurity: el-Rufai Supporting Police To Overcome Challenges In Kaduna – Bantex

0
139
Kaduna State Deputy Governor, Architect Barnabas Bala Bantex with the Commissioner of Police in the state, CP Austin Iwar and cadets of the state's origin when they visited Sir Kashim Ibrahim House.

By; FUNMI OROYE ADERINTO, Kaduna

The Deputy Governor of Kaduna State, Architect Barnabas Bala Bantex on Thursday said the state government is ensuring peace and protection of lives and properties of its residents.

Architecture Barnabas Bala Bantex made this known when the Commissioner of Police, Austin Iwar in company of 29 Cadets who recently graduated from the Police College who were on a courtesy visit in Government House in Kaduna

He said the state government led by Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai is making efforts  to support the police and make their work easy to tackle the issue of insecurities in the state.

The Deputy Governor charged them to be good ambassadors of the Nigerian Police Force and also wished them a successful career in the Police Force.

He congratulate the young police officers for making it into the academy,  and urged them to be extra committed hence they are big  challenges ahead of them.

He commended the Nigerian Police for the various role played towards ensuring peace and security of lives and properties in the state.

In a remark, the Commissioner of Police, Austin Iwar in company of 29 Cadets who recently graduated from the Police College, said the 29 Young Police Officers  are  indigene of Kaduna state, they are studying in the Nigerian Police Academy, (University), they are the first set of undergraduate Police Officer who have spent five years in the university, he said.

They are  in Kaduna state for their attachment to practicalise  what they have learnt,  we are here so that the state government will know that they have young police officer.

He added that,  their performance was very credible, he is impressed in them having interacted with them he has hope in the future of police, as they will take the police to greater heights, he said.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here