Daily Trust (Abuja)

Nigeria: Bwari Council Boss Calls for Collaborative Efforts On Security

The Chairman of Bwari Area Council, Peter Yohanna Ushafa, has called on security agencies in the country to continue to collaborate with government officials in order to reduce the menace of insecurity in the society.

The chairman made the call at the council's secretariat on Monday, while receiving Course 35 of Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna State on a study tour to the council.

Ushafa called on Nigerians, especially those residing in the council to be at peace with one another and be more security conscious as government makes frantic efforts to tackle the security challenges in the country.

He expressed satisfaction with operations of the security agencies in the council for making the area crime-free.

Earlier, the team leader of the group, Air Commodore G.M Iliyasu, commended the chairman for maintaining peace in the area as well as his prompt attention despite his tight schedule.

He said they came to the FCT in order to acquaint themselves with various government institutions and the traditional rulers in the territory.

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