From Molly Kilete, Abuja

The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Kayode Egbetokun, on Tuesday, held a crucial meeting with the Force Management Team and Tactical Squads commanders to address the escalating cases of kidnapping in Bwari, Area Council in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and other parts of the country.

The meeting which took place at the police force headquarters, focused on a comprehensive review of current security challenges, strategic planning, and the deployment of tactical resources to tackle emerging threats.

The IGP called for a coordinated and intelligence-driven approach to address the evolving security landscape.

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\Force public relations officer Olumiyiwa Adejobi, in a statement, said the Tactical squads were briefed and directed to intensify efforts on the deployment of proactive measures to prevent criminal activities and protect citizens.

He said that “In addition to operational strategies, the IGP underscored the significance of community engagement and collaboration with relevant stakeholders to gather information, enhance trust, and foster a collective effort in combating criminal elements.

The IGP, while reassuring Nigerians, especially residents of the Federal Capital Territory, of improved security, ordered the Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Department of Operations, to personally coordinate the upscaled security strategies emplaced to decimate kidnappers and other criminally minded individuals in the FCT, and immediately restore normalcy.