New Kano CP pledges improved security in Falgore Forest
The newly-appointed Kano State Commissioner of Police, Mr Rabiu Yusuf, has taken over the office and pledged to enhance security situation in areas around the notorious Falgore Forest in Doguwa Local Government Area of the state. The activities of armed bandits had been a serious source of concern to communities living around the forest.
Yusuf made the pledge when he took over from his predecessor, Mr Abbati Maigari, who had been promoted to the rank of DIG in-charge of Logistics and Supply. He said the measure has become necessary, in order to flush out criminals that have been terrorising people in the area, using the forest as their ‘launch pad.’
He said the command would also partner with residents of Kano to get necessary information on criminals and their hideouts for necessary action. “We are going to extend our hands of friendship to the various communities in the state so as to enhance our work,” he said.
Earlier, Maigari advised the new commissioner to focus on the activities of hoodlums in the Falgore Forest. “The major challenges you have now is the activities of kidnappers and other armed bandits at the Falgore Forest axis,” he said.
He called on officers and men of the Command to extend the same cooperation they had given him to his successor. The CP thanked the Government and people of the state as well as the Emirate Council for the support they had given him during his short stay as Commissioner of Police in the state, and urged them to extend same to his successor to curb crimes in the state.