Wike vows to chase criminals out of FCT community


Nyesom Wike

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, has directed the Commissioner of Police in the FCT to provide two new divisional police stations in the Gwagwalada community.

The minister also disclosed that from next week, police stations across the six area councils would receive new operational vehicles and communication gadgets to enhance the work of security agencies in the territory.

Wike made this known during his second town hall meetings on security at the Gwagwalada Area Council on Friday.

While disclosing that some informants of kidnappers had been arrested, the Wike vowed to chase criminals out of Gwagwalada, stating that their time had come.

e his job is to make sure that he protects lives and property. If we cannot protect lives and property, then our being in government has no meaning.

“Criminals should get ready; their time has come. You all know that if I say something, I will do it. And as I have come here today, if you know you are one of the informants to these criminals, or you are one of the criminals too, your time has come. I and the security agencies will pursue you, until you will not come near Gwagwalada again.”

The representative of the Commissioner of Police, who is here; tell the CP to work out how to provide two more police stations in Gwagwalada. Please, attend to it immediately. This is a security matter; it is not about bringing files every day.

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