Abuja - The acting inspector-general of of the police,
Suleiman Abba, pledged to strengthen the long-running cooperation between the
military and the police.
He thus enjoined the military authorities to continue extending their support
to the police to provide adequate safety and security for the country.
Frank Mba, Force Public Relations Officer, disclosed the pledge from the Force
Headquarters in Abuja.
According to Mba, in furtherance of his avowed commitment to strengthening
inter-agency collaboration in the ongoing war against violent crimes and
insurgency, Abba paid a courtesy visit to the chief of defence staff, Air Chief
Marshal Alex Badeh, as well as the chief of army, Lt. General Kenneth Minimah.
“During the visit, the Acting Inspector-General of Police held crucial
discussions with the service chiefs, promising to strengthen the age long
cooperation between the military and the police and enjoined the military
authorities to continue to extend their support to the police in providing
adequate safety and security for the country,” he said.
Mba said the chief of defence staff and the army chief congratulated the acting inspector-general of of the police on his appointment and promised to team up with him as they redouble
their efforts in all areas essential to the war against terror, including
training and join operations.
- CAJ News
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