Kano state CP receievs Courtesy Visits from various state authorities

The Commissioner of Police, Kano State Command, CP Mohammed Usaini Gumel, received the Program Officer of CLEEN Foundation, Ebere Mbaegbu, on Thursday, August 24, 2023.

The Commissioner of Police, Kano State Command, CP Mohammed Usaini Gumel, received the Program Officer of CLEEN Foundation, Ebere Mbaegbu, on Thursday, August 24, 2023. He also visited the Chairman of the Karaye Emirate Council Committee on Security Matters, CP Alhaji Shehu Kabiru Bayero, the District Head of Gwarzo, on Courtesy visits on the same day.

During the courtesy visit, the program officer of CLEEN Foundation, Ebere Mbaegbu, stated, “This visit aims to strengthen and build an effective early warning and early response system (EWER) in Kano State. He added that they are working together to increase community resilience to crime and violence through increased social cohesion and trust in public institutions.


Furthermore, gone are the days when security becomes the responsibility of the Police alone. On this basis, we come to inform you and introduce this project to you on the need to partner with you and the community, identify their challenges, and sensitize them to mitigate crime in our Society.

Finally, we are willing to support you in improving the knowledge of your officers on the Administration of Criminal Justice Law (ACJL), and thank you for the wealth of experience you shared with us.”

Further, the Chairman of Karaye Emirate Council Committee on Security Matters, CP Alhaji Shehu Kabiru Bayero, District Head of Gwarzo, greeted the Commissioner of Police, Kano state command with a few words.

He stated, “The purpose of the visit is to Congratulate you formally and appreciate your outstanding performances towards ensuring peace and security that the State is enjoying. The meeting further aims to strengthen the Cordial Relationship with the Police Command.

Besides, the Police in Karaye Emirate are giving us the maximum cooperation. Still, we are seeking more support for the Creation of more Police facilities and additional workforce, especially along our border areas. Finally, we are assuring the CP of our maximum cooperation.

In his dual responses, the Commissioner of Police, Kano State Command, CP Mohammed Usaini Gumel, stated that


“Our August visitors, you are highly welcome. The policing in Kano is based on a rule of law complaint; that is, the rule of Engagement of the present Police administration.

However, on my assumption of duty as Commissioner of Police of Kano State Command, there were security challenges, especially the menace of daylight and night Mobile Phone Armed Robbery, especially within the Kano Metropolis. There were daily and, in most cases, records of fatalities, injuries, and loss of properties.

Furthermore, having obtained briefs on the crime pattern, they drew a road map and identified the triggers and their locations. Following this, the force deployed and Police Operatives for a Manhunt.

It’s interesting to know that in less than one month, the force has done a lot of work in tackling all forms of violent crimes to the wall, with over a thousand (1000+) suspects arrested, investigated, and prosecuted and currently in various correctional facilities across the State.

Also, in line with the vision and directive of the Acting Inspector-General of Police to all police commands and formations to each employ effective policing strategies for tackling insecurity, the Command adopted non-kinetic approaches in the form of collaborative policing and invited some identified individuals considered to be behind the escalation of thuggery activities and other Social Vices in the State, and are also suffering from societal rejection.

As a result of the initiatives, a total of one hundred (100) notorious thugs (Yan Daba) surrendered themselves, including their weapons, to the Police Command. They have repented and are currently in our register and under surveillance. They are also working with the Police to promote sustainable peace and development in Kano State.

As part of the desire of the State Police Command to foster a positive relationship with the people, the sports events were organized with a selection from One Hundred (100) repentant youths from thuggery and related social vices, Tiktokers, Kannywood, NUJ, and YOSPIS. The encounter with the embarrassed youth ended draw to show them we are the same.

In the future, the Command organized a capacity-building program that involved the participation of One Hundred (100) police officers, mainly prosecutors and investigators, in the Administration of Criminal Justice Law (ACJL), which has a lot of innovations. Finally, I appreciate your coming and assure you of our maximum cooperation”.

The visits were concluded with the presentation of souvenirs to the program officer CLEEN Foundation and Chairman Karaye Emirate Council Committee on Security Matters by the Commissioner of Police as a sign of Cooperation and Partnership.

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