Inspector-General of Police, (IGP), Mr. Solomon Arase, has donated 15 patrol vehicles to the Kano State Police Command in a bid to boost security and protect the lives and property of law-abiding citizens.Handing over the vehicles to the State Police Command in Kano. Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje said the intervention of the Inspector-General had come at a time of great security challenges, adding that the vehicles would serve as a morale booster to officers and men scouting the nooks and crannies of Kano.He said with the Federal Government taking firm measures to nip the ongoing insurgency in the bud, most of the terrorists enclaves had been destroyed and the insurgents routed out, stressing that the fleeing insurgents would be mixing with the general public and wreaking havoc. He thus counselled that the issue of vigilance should be paramount in the minds of the people in Kano given the tendency of taking the peace loving people of the State off guard, affirming that keeping a constant vigil on the movement of strange faces would help in no small measure.He expressed the resolve of his administration to support the Police Command in maintaining and fuelling the vehicles hoping that they would be judiciously utilized for the purpose they were given.He further revealed that his administration was holding security agencies in the State in high esteem considering their efforts in discharging their professional responsibility, stressing, however, they needed huge support to move forward. Receiving the vehicles on behalf of the Kano State Police Command, the state Commissioner of Police, Alhaji Ibrahim K. Idriss, commended the Inspector-General for his prompt and timely intervention and solicited for more assistance from the State government

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