Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano state says crime has attained ‘subsequent degree’ in Nigeria
Ganduje disclosed this whereas receiving the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, in Kano.
The governor mentioned it was in consideration of that actuality that the state authorities put in CCTV in some strategic locations in Kano, to safe the lives and property of individuals.
He mentioned, “Since crime has gone to the next level in Nigeria, strategy too has to go to the next level.
“We have installed CCTV all over the metropolitan city, and now laying optic fibre to complement the satellite services.
“We also have trackers, and at the major entrance of Kano metropolis, we built security dometories where we have a number of security agents manning the major entrances.”
Earlier, Baba had instructed the governor that he was within the state in reference to the passing-out ceremony of Cadets of Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, Kano.