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Police warn vigilance group members against unlawful acts in Kano

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The Commissioner of Police in Kano State, Sama’ila Shu’aibu-Dikko, has suggested vigilance group members towards illegal acts for higher efficiency of their official assignments.

Shu’aibu-Dikko gave the recommendation in Kano when the State Commander, Vigilante Group of Nigeria (VGN), Malam Shehu Rabiu, visited him stated that the group must be seen working for the curiosity of the society.

He famous that there’s a want for vigilance teams within the state to keep away from taking the legal guidelines into their palms by promptly handing suspects over to the police.

He defined that the safety businesses are very a lot conscious of their actions in the direction of selling safety within the state for its general improvement.

The Commissioner of Police stated, “I urge you to maintain up the great work in assist of humanity and society.”

He stated that efforts of vigilance teams would yield higher outcomes in the event that they collaborated with the legislation enforcement businesses in the direction of guaranteeing a crime-free society.

He suggested the vigilance group members to not detain suspects, hand them over to the police, and never videotape suspects to make sure correct investigation.

The VGN Commander, Shehu Rabiu, had defined that the go to was to strengthen synergy with the police to make sure a simpler combat towards crime within the state.

He stated that they’ve come to additionally search the continued assist and cooperation of the police, including they want the steering of the Police to have the ability to succeed.

The commander expressed the dedication of the group to boost safety via laborious work and efficient synergy with safety businesses to have the ability to obtain their targets of guaranteeing sanity within the state.

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