“Security should be everybody`s business” says Police Commissioner

Commissioner of Police, Mr Olugbenga Adeyanju says security should be everybody’s business hence the need for citizens to collectively support securities agencies in ensuring a secured and peaceful Adamawa.
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By Jessica John Bakari

The Commissioner of Police, Mr Olugbenga Adeyanju says security should be everybody’s business hence the need for citizens to collectively support securities agencies in ensuring a secured and peaceful Adamawa.

Mr Adeyanju stated this when he received two patrol vehicles donated by one Alhaji Abdullahi Ahmed Dollar at a ceremony held at the police headquarters Yola Thursday.

The Commissioner of police thanked the donor for the gesture adding this is part of the community policing as the vehicles will go a long way in addressing the insecurity in Adamawa.

Mr Adeyanju then called on wealthy individuals to emulate Alhaji Abdullahi Ahmed Dollar stressing that saying security should not be left to Government and security agencies alone but collectively pursued.

Responding, the donor of the vehicles, Alhaji Abdullahi Ahmed Dollar who was represented by Abubakar Hassan said it was considering the insecurity bedeviling the country and the state in particular ranging from the criminals Shila-boys in yola that he decided to contribute his quarter.

Ahmed Dollar expressed the hope that the patrol vehicles will help in reducing security challenges in the state.

Highpoint of the event was presentation of the vehicle documents and keys to the commissioner of police.

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