Find the latest bookmaker offers available across all uk gambling sites www.bets.zone Read the reviews and compare sites to quickly discover the perfect account for you.
Home / cover / National Insecurity: General Mabekowu Meets Taraba CP For Intelligence Sharing

National Insecurity: General Mabekowu Meets Taraba CP For Intelligence Sharing

National InsecurityThe Commissioner of Police, Taraba State Police Command, Ahmed M. Azare, on Tuesday, May 18, received the newly posted Brigade Commander, Brigadier General H.I Mabekowu, in his office on a courtesy call.

 

 

 

This is contained in a statement signed by DSP David Misal, Police Public Relations Officer,PPRO, Taraba Police Command and made available to NAOSRE.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:   ‘You Saved Me From Committing Suicide’ – Prophet Joshua Iginla Tells Wife During Church Anniversary

 

 

According to Misal, the courtesy visit followed the establishment of 6 Brigade in Jalingo by the army headquarters, Abuja.

 

 

In his remarks, the Brigadier General informed the commissioner that the purpose of the visit was to familiarize himself with the command and seek for collaboration, synergy and intelligence sharing between the police and the military.

He noted that the military recognizes the vital role of the Nigeria police in internal security. He stressed further that the military needs the support of the police in all angles in order to achieve its mandate.

General Mabekowu assured the CP that he will do all it takes to make the Brigade work within a shortest possible period of time including deployment of other staff officers from the National Headquarters.

Responding, Azare explained that the Command has been working cordially with the military in the state and assured the August visitor that the command will do all it takes to strengthen the relationship especially in intelligence gathering and sharing.

About society_admin

Check Also

I will Organize An Award Ceremony The Day EFCC Have The Guts To Arrest Tinubu – Deji Adeyanju

  The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is currently investigating the former governor of ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More News