The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, says President Muhammadu has charged security heads, including service chiefs to redouble their efforts in order to achieve ‘a zero crime society’ across the country.
Adamu said this yesterday in Abuja while briefing State House correspondents after a security meeting with President Buhari.
“We just finished security meeting and we have noticed within this quarter that the security situation in the country is stable, we make comparism of what has happened in the previous quarters and this quarter and we saw that there is tremendous decrease in kidnapping, banditry, armed robbery and even acts of cultism.
“And you can see the situation in Northwest, banditry has reduced tremendously, kidnapping also has gone down and we have statistics to back it. And having noticed that, we have been charged by Mr President to do more.”