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Insecurity: IGP orders AIG Zone 7 to relocate to Kaduna

By Garba Muhammad, Kaduna on 22/10/2018

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The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris has ordered the deployment of Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) Zone 7, Taiwo Lakanu to lead Police Special Intervention Force in Kaduna State.

Lakanu is to restore lasting peace to Kasuwar Magani area in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State, a statement by Police spokesman DCP, Jimoh Moshood said.

On Sunday afternoon, trouble spilled from flashpoint at Kasuwar Magani, where the traditional leader was kidnapped last week, into parts of the city centre.

The Police statement also condemned the attack and killing of innocent people, while calling for calm as the Police Special Investigation Team has made significant progress in the investigation into the incident.

The Police said it is concerned over the attack and killing of 55 people, and the disturbance of peace in Kasuwar Magani on the 18th of October, 2018.

Moshood said the AIG is leading the Police Special Intervention Force comprising Four (4) Units of Police Mobile Force (PMF) specially trained Anti-Riot Policemen, Counter Terrorism Unit, Conventional Policemen and Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS).
Other units in the force include; Intelligence Response Team (IRT), Technical Intelligence Unit (TIU), State Intelligence Bureau (SIB), detachment of EOD and Police K9 (Sniffer Dogs Section) are already on ground at Kasuwar Magani.

He said: “Twenty-two suspects directly involved have been arrested and now in Police custody and some of the prominent personalities kidnapped during the incident have been rescued by the Police.

"The operations will cover the entire Kasuwar Magani and environs, and troubled spots in Kaduna State.”

He also added that the Police Special Intervention Forces will be working in synergy with the Kaduna State Police Command to ensure that total peace and normalcy are restored and sustained.

The Force Spokesman said that the Force will ensure the full enforcement of the curfew imposed on Kasuwar Magani and environs by the Kaduna State Government.
Moshood said the police will carry out twenty-four hours surveillance and patrol, stop and search and continuous raids of identified criminal hideouts and black spots.

He said: “Traditional rulers, religious leaders, public office holders, politicians, opinion leaders, parents and guardians are hereby called upon to prevail on their subjects, supporters, children and wards to support the personnel of the Police Special Intervention Force in the discharge of their responsibilities.”

Source News Express

Posted 22/10/2018 05:18:07 AM

 

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