Nasarawa State Government Committed To Addressing Security Challenges


Nasarawa State Government has reaffirmed its commitment to addressing security challenges in the state.

The State Commissioner for Special Duties, Security, and Sundry Matters, Ambassador Timothy Inusa Kasuwa, made this assurance during a joint security meeting.

The joint security meeting, organized for stakeholders of Nasarawa North Senatorial District, marked the conclusion of the ministry’s Zonal tour where Local government chairmen, overseers of development areas, the Governor’s security advisers, and representatives of various security agencies gathered to brainstorm on tackling challenges.

Ambassador Timothy Inusa Kasuwa, the State Commissioner for Special Duties, Security, and Sundry Matters, emphasized Governor Sule’s administration’s commitment to maintaining peaceful co-existence  urging stakeholders to mobilize their subjects to assist security forces with essential information to achieve set targets.

Chairman Safiyanu Isa Andaha of Akwanga Local Government Council, Bala Asiru Suleiman of Wamba, and Benjamin Kuzhe Manga Deputy Chair of Nasarawa Eggon who stood in for the Chairman highlighted the lack of adequate manpower and logistics as factors contributing to increasing crime rate in the State as they reassured their readiness to support Governor Abdullahi Sule’s efforts.

Various community leaders, including Aren Eggon Justice Ahmed Ubangari Alaku, Oriye Rindre Lawal Musa Nagogo, and Chun Mada Samson Gamu Yare, commended Governor Abdullahi Sule’s initiatives to address security challenges and expressed confidence that these bold steps would significantly reduce the crime rate in the State a position which was articulated during a position press briefing.

Contributors at the meeting included Chun Ngha, Sarkin Gudi, Sarkin Nunku, and the overseers of Akwanga North, Akun, Agidi and Farin Ruwa development areas commended security agencies for their dedicated efforts and urged them to enhance their commitment to combating crime in the State.

Representatives from various security agencies, including Captain Salim Bala Salman of the operations while Stoke, Assistant Commissioner of Police Rasheed Ali, and Civil Defense, Edoh Simeon, highlighted sharing useful information as a crucial mechanism to address security challenges calling on the public always collaborate.

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