Insecurity: Sokoto government forms adhoc c’ttee
Sokoto state government has formed an adhoc committee for the security challenges in the state.
The committee will be headed by Sultan Sa’ad Abubakar.
Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal stated this at a security meeting convened by the state government for stakeholders at the International Conference Centre, Kasarawa, in Sokoto metropolis.
Former governors of the state, Attahiru Dalhatu Bafarawa and Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko, some former deputy governors, heads of all security operatives and other stakeholdrers attended the meeting.
The committee, according to the governor will collate the views of the people of the state, particularly those from the Eastern part where banditry and other criminal acts are rife and proffer solutions to them.
He said that the meeting was convened in order to discuss the challenging issue of marauders terrorizing some parts of the state and find the lasting solution to the problem.
The governor said leaders in the state, irrespective of their political leanings, have shown concern for the situation of insecurity, thus underscoring the significance of the meeting.
Tambuwal said the stakeholders have all collectively resolved to work together to find solution to the problem.
He expressed gratitude to the Sultan for his role in preaching peace and unity in the state and country at large.