This is to inform the general public that the Zamfara State Police Command has concluded plans to recruit youths in the Special Constabulary Scheme to enhance the security of the state.
The commissioner of police (CP) in Zamfara State, Abutu Yari disclosed this during a courtesy visit to the Emirs of Kaura Namoda and Birnin Magaji Emirates. Check out how to join Nigeria Police Force as a graduate.
Abutu said he noticed that Fulanis were not adequately represented in the Special Police Constabularies, hence the need to recruit more of them.
The commissioner said the activities of Civilian JTF in the state had since been banned which led to the use of Constabularies mainly for intelligence gathering from villages.
He urged Fulanis to make their children available to join the special Police constabulary as it doesn’t requires academic qualification.
The police boss described traditional rulers as the best mechanism to ensure adequate security, and urged them to put more effort in providing timely reports about the activities of criminals in their localities.
According to him, any aggrieved citizen can channel his complaint through the traditional rulers to the police for investigation and solution.
Responding, the Emir of Kaura Namoda, Major Sanusi Muhammad Ahmad Asha (rtd), who warned District heads against haording information and supporting bandits, said his Emirate had earlier designed a blueprint with a view to compliment government’s peace and dialogue initiative to end any form of crime in the emirate, and commended the police boss for the visit.
Also, the Emir of Birnin Magaji, Alhaji Hussaini Mode Usman, urged the commissioner of police to re-open Police Outposts in the emirate that have been shutdown for long due to persistent security challenges.
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