IGP: Insurgency Cattle Rustling, Rape; Major Threats In Kano, Katsina

By Murtala Muhammed, Kano   |   06 September 2015   |   2:05 am  

Arase

Arase

Inspector General of Police, Mr. Solomon Arase, has expressed dismay that the incessant threat of insurgency and cattle rustling are fast becoming major security challenges threatening the peace in Kano, Katsina and Jigawa states.

The IGP, who spoke yesterday at a one-day security summit organized by Zone 1, Nigerian Police Headquarters in Kano, revealed that the Police is equally battling with the ugly trend of armed robbery and high rate of rape cases in the North western part of the Country.

Represented by Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 1, AIG Tambari Yabo Mohammad, the IGP recalled the massive havoc wreaked by insurgency in recent time through various attacks in Kano even as he praised the ingenuity of the Police to keep the security threats at bay.

The IGP remarked that the Police was not unmindful of the likelihood of infiltration of the terrorists in Kano, Katsina and Jigawa adding that necessary measures have already been designed to track down the perpetrators.



  • Dike Victor

    They house cattles in west world , they harvest food to bring for the cattles , no farmer in Europe allows its cattle to start going to other peoples land to graze . In japan the cattles stays in the owners farm and cattle house . Why Nigeria cattles travels from Nigeria to congo to look for food , looking for problems and troubles every where . They should all cattle owners let them back to there states , bring Japan’s farmers or European farmers to educate them . This how it works . Govt provide them with funds to start building cattle houses and teach them how to harvest cattle foods .

  • Ojiyovwi

    Will you stop the incesant and annoying bleeting about the threats that are common in all lands where there is so much gap between the rich and poor? Get on with detection and prevention of crimes and stop the excuses. By all means alert the leadership of your professional problems, but why tell us when you must know that such information is of little use to the citizen. Remember that some of these criminals cannot read anyhow, so why go to print with this nonsense?

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