By Ishaq Zaki
The Commissioner of Police in Zamfara State, Mr Abutu Yaro, on Monday commissioned a police outstation at Anguwan Shado/Yandorayi community, in the Tudun Wada Police Division in Gusau Local Government Area of the state.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the outstation was built by an engine oil company, IPCON Global Resources.
Speaking at the commissioning, Yaro appreciated the management of the company for their support and concern towards security.
“On behalf of the Inspector General of Police (IGP), I am happy to commission this new police outstation in this area, built by IPCON Global Resources.
“This is a good example of community policing.
“This came at the right time when the Nigeria Police, under IGP Muhammad Adamu, have been emphasising on community policing as part of the strategy to fight security challenges facing the state.
“As we all know, the issue of security is everybody’s responsibility.
“I, therefore, commend the company for its focus to partner with the police in the protection of lives and property,” he said.
Yaro called on other companies and well-meaning individuals in the state to emulate the company and complement the efforts of government and security agencies in promoting peace and stability in the society.
Earlier, the Managing Director of the company, Alhaji Sani Mukhtar, said the gesture is part of the civic responsibilities of the company.
Mukhtar noted that the management of the company considered it necessary to complement the efforts of government and security agencies at all levels in the fight against insecurity bedevilling the state. (NAN)