CTF security commanders pledge to further support enforcement in Abuja

The various security commanders of the joint security operations of the FCT reiterated their commitments to support all the tasks of the Enforcement, intended to fight against all forms of crime in the territory.

This disclosure was made when commanders of the military, police, Nigerian Civil Defense and Security Corps, Federal Road Safety Corps, State Security Department and others returned Visiting the Senior Special Assistant to the FCT Minister for Oversight, Inspection and Enforcement, Comrade Ikharo Attah in his office.

Security commanders noted that Abuja cannot be left at the mercy of criminals, who are determined to disrupt the peace and development efforts of the government.

The head of the Joint Security Working Group, PSC Idowu Azeez, who was represented by PSC Solomon Adebayo, noted that all security agencies have decided to support the administration’s efforts to clean up the territory.

Earlier in his remarks, Comrade Ikharo Attah said that while the task ahead may not be easy, the cooperation and synergy of all key stakeholders is needed to overcome any challenges.

Attah noted that CTF Minister Malam Muhammad Bello places great value on the dreams of Abuja’s founding fathers, and demonstrated his determination to make the dreams come true.

Attah said the minister has demonstrated his commitment by empowering someone to carry out oversight, inspection and enforcement of all necessary areas on his behalf.

The CTF Minister’s Senior Special Media Assistant, Malam Abubakar Sani, commended the commanders for their unwavering support in all enforcement tasks in the territory.

Sani also assured all security agencies involved in the task force that the administration will give the security guards everything they need to protect lives and property in the nation’s capital.


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