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Buhari Govt Fighting To Crush Bandits, Says Police Minister

President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime has reiterated its commitment to tackling bandits and other criminal elements ravaging Nigeria within the best legal framework. PeoplesGazette reports.

Police Affairs Minister Muhammad Dingyadi stated this during a courtesy visit by the Canadian high commissioner to Nigeria, James Christoff.

Mr Dingyadi said security agencies in the country had recorded tremendous progress in suppressing the activities of criminals in the last month. Information Guide Nigeria

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He stated that by the time security agencies sustain the current momentum in the next three to five months, the security situation in the country would improve.

The minister said the government would continue to solicit support and understanding of countries like Canada to identify areas to work together in the fight against criminalities.

Mr Dingyadi said the country would also continue to seek cooperation in intelligence and information sharing to curb the activities of criminals.

“Our ministry is ever ready to partner with Canada in intelligence gathering, training, technology, education, and many other areas,” he said. jamb results

The minister said the deterioration of insecurity in Nigeria was peculiar to the country but also affecting other West African countries.

He said Mr Buhari’s regime was trying to address worsening the nation’s insecurity before the 2023 general elections to facilitate a free, smooth, and peaceful transition of power.

According to Mr Christoff, Nigeria and Canada have a longstanding relationship that has promoted growth and development in both countries.

He commended the regime for the successes recorded in ensuring accountability and transparency in policing the country.

“I want to extend our thanks on behalf of the mission for the support we have received from the Nigeria Police Force and will continue to promote the cordial relationship,” he said.

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