AIG Egbetokun advocates Agency collaboration for secure and safer Zone as he visits Zone RS7 Abuja FRSC

AIG Egbetokun advocates Agency collaboration for secure and safer Zone as he visits Zone RS7 Abuja FRSC

======calls for multi-agency collaboration in low intensity conflict operations

The Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG), in-charge of Zone 7 Command, AIG Kayode Egbetokun has stressed the need for collaboration amongst security agencies and other government agencies in the country in a bid to tackle the security challenges and safety in the country.
 
AIG Egbetokun made the call when he paid a visit to the Assistant Corps Marshal Shehu Mohammed mni the Zonal Commanding Officer Zone RS7 Abuja FRSC.

The zone 7 AIG said “with the current security challenges, no security or para-military agency can work alone.”

He maintained that the visit is part of the mandate of the Inspector General of Police Usman Baba Alkali psc (+), NPM, fdc on joint and multi-agency collaboration in low intensity conflict operations among law enforcement agencies and the military.

AIG Egbetokun in company of other management staff of the zone said that he would be guided by the vision and mission of the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali, psc (+), NPM, fdc in line with agency collaboration to achieve success in the zone. 

The Police boss in charge of Abuja and Niger state charged Nigerians to be safety conscious and adhere to advise by the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, to prevent loss of lives during this festive period.  He further noted that a lot of lives and properties have been lost to Road clashes in the past.

The AIG promised to work harmoniously with other sister agencies in the zone to ensure that crimes and criminalities were contained in the zone.

On his part, the Assistant Corps Marshal Shehu Mohammed mni the Zonal Commanding Officer Zone RS7 Abuja FRSC conveyed the commendation of the Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Dauda Biu, to the AIG on the visit.

He urged other sister agencies to put in more efforts to save more lives on the road during this season.

Mohammed advised road users against speeding, driving under influence of alcohol or other intoxicants, wrongful overtaking, dangerous driving and other traffic violations that could result in crashes.

SP Istifanus Bako.                       
Zone 7 Abuja.                               
PPRO

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