Nigerian police force needs help – Emir of Katsina

Dr. Abdulmumin Usman, Emir of Katsina State, called on Nigerians on Wednesday to join forces and assist the police in combating crime in the country for the sake of the country’s peace and prosperity.

Hajiya Hajara Ahmed Alkali, President of the Police Officers Wives Association, paid the Emir a courtesy call in his palace.

The Katsina royal father also urged the federal government to look into the welfare of Nigerian police officers by providing modern equipment to assist in addressing the country’s security challenges.

Police officers, according to the Emir, face dangers on a daily basis. As a result, Police Officers’ Wives must always remember their husbands in their prayers and provide them with sound advice and guidance regarding the risks involved in their daily operations.

“Let’s get up and help the cops.

“The police cannot do it on their own. For the country to enjoy peace and progress, we must all work together with the police by providing useful information to aid their efforts.”

“President Muhammadu Buhari has already begun the process by supplying uniforms and other necessities.” “We urge him to keep up the momentum by providing sophisticated equipment to assist police officers in carrying out their duties effectively,” Dr. Kabir said.

Aside from equipping the police, the Katsina Emir tasked the Nigerian government with taking the issue of citizens adhering to law and order in the country seriously.

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“From the bottom up, the law must be allowed to run its course.” Nobody should be perceived as being above the law. This is what will allow the country to live in peace and prosperity, according to the Emir.

While at the emir’s palace, the Police First Lady and president of POWA stated that she is in the state primarily to improve and provide qualitative education to police children, to establish a standard police hospital, and to provide assistance to families of police officers killed in the line of duty.

Mrs. Alkali stated that they were at the Emir’s palace to seek the royal father’s blessing on the planned empowerment programs for the wives of police officers in the state.

The POWA First Lady also paid a courtesy visit to the Daura Emirate and the Emirate’s police academy.

On behalf of the Emir, Alhaji Faruq Usman, who was unable to attend, the Galadima of Daura and District Head of Mai’adua local government, Ahmed Dedere Ahmadu, said the POWA First Lady can count on the emirate’s complete support in her mission of empowering the wives of police officers in the state.

While welcoming the Police First Lady to the Police Academy in Daura, SP Baffa, the Principal of the Police Academy in Daura, said the institution, which runs a day system, will do much better if converted to a boarding system to meet the demands of several candidates from far away interested in studying at the academy.

Mrs. Alkali promised to bring the matter to the attention of the Inspector General of Police, Alkali Baba Usman.

She did, however, advise the academy’s management to formally write to the headquarters about the situation.

The Police First Lady and other high-ranking POWA officials arrived in Katsina State on Wednesday for a two-day working visit aimed at improving the lives of police officers’ wives in the state.

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