The Minister of Interior, Lt.- Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau has called for more joint effort and collaboration to vanquish the guerillas in the West African Sub-district.
Dambazau decided at the opening of the 16 Annual General Meeting of the West African Police Chiefs Committee (WAPCCO) and Forum of Ministers responsible for Security on Tuesday in Abuja.
The Minister said that the Federal Government was focused on creating responsive security offices that are prepared, proactive and prepared to confront difficulties by utilizing worldwide prescribed procedures.
As per the pastor, the accentuation is put on preparing and re-preparing of as a methods for repositioning the whole security contraption to verify the lives and property of the natives and guests.
Dambazau said that the service would keep on giving the required administration regarding arrangement heading and mediation in the territory of framework for security offices in the nation.
He charged the members to think of hearty security procedures to handle the security challenges defying the locale.
The priest said that the battle against transnational wrongdoings was not that of the security organizations alone.
Prior, the Chairman of WAPCCO and Inspector General of Police (I-G), Mr Mohammed Adamu, the gathering was intended to embrace occasional survey of local security issues.
He said that it was additionally gone for developing techniques and systems outfitted towards battling different trans-outskirt wrongdoings including fear mongering among others.
Adamu added that the gathering was to likewise recognize available resources for fortifying between local joint effort with other sub-districts.
The director said that the gathering would show a veritable stage for part nations to survey the dimension of usage of suggestions at past gatherings.
He said that all head of police in the district were relied upon to create serviceable systems depended on powerful security trade and joint effort to additionally recognize, nuetralise and destroy groups of hoodlums and recoup unlawful riches.