• The Sokoto State Police Command say it has commenced a 24-hour patrol of all schools across the state to protect lives and property.

    The Police Public Relations Officer of the command, Mr Al-Mustapha Sani, who made this disclosure in Sokoto said: “This is part of sustainable and proactive measures by the command to ensure that all schools across the state are more secure.

    “It is also to provide a conducive environment for effective teaching and learning in the schools,” Sani said.

    He explained that the command had recently organised a seminar for school principals, headmasters and proprietors of private schools on the need for them to be security conscious.

    The PPRO said the seminar was also to sensitise them on the need to complement the efforts of the security agencies on how to ensure the security of members of their schools’ communities.

    “They can also go a step further by engaging the personnel of reputable private security guards in this direction,” the police spokesman said.

    He urged managements of the schools to promptly report movement of any suspicious persons or groups in and out of their schools’ premises to the security agencies for immediate action. (NAN)
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