Police, stakeholders re-strategise on security in Gwagwalada

Gwagwalada area command of the Nigeria Police met with major stakeholders at the weekend to review some security issues.
The stakeholders that met over the security-related issues were Aguma of Gwagwalada, Alhaji Magaji Mohammed, and the chairman of the Council, Mustapha Denze.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Mijinyawa Jahun, told Blueprint that the meeting was held in order to discuss more ways of resolving land and political matters.
He said there was the need for stakeholders to continue to engage themselves on charting the way forward in security situation.
Jahun added that top on the agenda of discussion were land and political matters, which he said should not be allowed to create misunderstandings that could result to a situation that “won’t do anyone good.”
He said the command under his watch was committed to ideas that would bring together all categories of the people for peaceful coexistence.
The Area Commander advised the traditional ruler with the chairman to always sensitise their followers on the need to support the police efforts in protecting the lives and property of the people.
According to him, the police will have less work if there is cooperation from all its stakeholders, especially at the community level.
He called on both traditional and political leaders to put their heads together and work for a peaceful atmosphere in Gwagwalada and the entire FCT.

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