Governor rewards katsina  cops with N5.5 million for combating insecurity, commends state’s cordial relationship with security agencies 

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Katsina State Governor, Malam Dikko  Radda on Thursday commended the strong working relationship between the state government and  security agencies operating in the state. 

He made the declaration while hosting four police officers from the state command who received special recognition from the Inspector General of Police for their outstanding achievements in combating insecurity. 

The Katsina Governor expressed his appreciation for the unwavering support of all security personnel in the fight against insecurity.

 He acknowledged the dedication and sacrifices of the officers and highlighted the state government’s immense pride in their accomplishments.

Governor Radda reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to collaborating with security agencies to tackle the security challenges affecting Katsina and the nation as a whole.

 He pledged continued collaboration and partnership to achieve set goals.

In recognition of their exceptional performance, Governor Radda announced a reward of five point five million naira (₦5,500,000) for the four officers. The breakdown of the reward includes two million naira (₦2,000,000) for the Chief Superintendent, one point five million naira (₦1,500,000) for the Superintendent, and one million naira (₦1,000,000) each for the two Assistant Superintendents of Police.

Earlier, the State Commissioner of Police, CP Aliyu Abubakar Musa, presented the four officers – CSP Andrew Alphonsus, SP Ibrahim Garba, Assistant Superintendent of Police Awal Kabir, and Assistant Superintendent of Police Iro Shuaibu – to the Governor.

 The Commissioner explained that the Inspector General’s award program was established to motivate police personnel throughout the country.

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