Gombe No Longer Good For Criminals- CP
The Commissioner of Police in Gombe State, Ishola Babaita, has said that the state is no longer good for criminals. Jamb Results
The Commissioner said this while addressing newsmen on Thursday.
THE GAURDIAN reports that Ishola Babaita assured residents of the state that security network would secure the state through the ember months and beyond. Information Guide Nigeria
Ishola Babaita said, “We have put up operational order to ensure that criminals are dealt with because the command under my watch doesn’t believe crime should either be committed or celebrated”.
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“I know in every setting one cannot rule out bad elements but we have the wherewithal to contain them, I can only advise criminals to seek haven elsewhere”.
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