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$470m national safety security system gets take-off committee

Published by The Nation on Mon, 09 Dec 2019

Adamu Suleiman, SokotoPolice Affairs Minister Muhammadu Maigari Dingyadi at the weekend said the ministry had set up a committee to ensure the smooth take-off of $470 million National Public Safety Security System.The minister explained that the system had for long not been powered since its completion by ZTE Engineering Company in 2012.Dingyadi spoke at the inauguration of a Divisional Police Headquarters at Salame town in Gwadabawa Local Government of Sokoto State.The structure, built and equipped by the Member of the House of Representatives representing Gwadabawa/Illela Federal Constituency, Dr Abdullahi Balarabe Salame, is a constituency project with the Federal Government.Read Also:Most bad roads belong to states, says Federal GovtDingyadi said: The committee is to also ensure the implementation of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) resolutions on the project and its consequential take-off by the concessionaire, that is, Mobitel Company.Already, an audit firm has been appointed to go round and take inventory of all the equipment installed across the countryairport, for proper handing over to the concessionaire.When this project is completed, it will go a long way in improving the general security of lives and property across the country.The minister also announced that the ministry had inaugurated a ministerial committee to midwife the formal take-off of the Police Trust Fund in January 2020.He explained that the fund would cater for the training and retraining, provision of modern policing equipment, as well as infrastructural development for the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).
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