President Muhammadu Buhari has sent top security chiefs to interface with stakeholders in Zamfara state on the prolonged security challenges in the North-West.
The Inspector-General of Police, Muhammad Adamu, said the meeting with stakeholders would review the security situation in the area and adopt tactics to tackle the situation.
He announced this when the security chiefs paid a courtesy visit on the Emir of Gusau, Ibrahim Bello at his palace in Gusau today, said the meeting was part of Federal Government’s efforts in tackling insecurity not only in Zamfara state but the North-West zone as a whole.
On his part, the Emir thanked the security chiefs for the visit, and pledged that the traditional institution would continue to pray and advise them in the efforts at tackling insecurity.
The Police Chief was accompanied by the Directors General, Department of State Security Service, Yusuf Magaji, and National Intelligence Agency, Ahmad Rufai, Chief of Defence Intelligence, Air Vice Marshal Muhammed Saliu and other top security chiefs.