Lagos - The Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman Abba, on Tuesday expressed the force commitment toward improving its performance on security of lives and property in the country.
Abba spoke in Lagos at the inauguration of the reconstructed Area 'C' Police Command’s building, which was burnt during army/police clash on October 5, 2005.
The old building was housing both Surulere Police Division and the Area Command.
Represented by Mamman Tsafe, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Logistics and Supply Department, Abba commended the Lagos State Government for reconstructing the command.
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He applauded Governor Babatunde Fashola’s efforts on security, and said the business of security has been effective with Fashola.
Earlier, the Commissioner of Police in Lagos, Kayode Aderanti, commended the state government for rebuilding the command, and assured the people of Lagos of police commitment to secure them.
Fashola, while Inaugurating the command, enjoined residents of the state to always support the police at all times as the force was doing its best in securing the state.
He said the command was doing its best in securing the state, noting that they needed to be appreciated by the people of Lagos.