Kagara emirate, Gov. Bago says, “Restrict your movement so that security operatives can hunt bandits

In order to help the security officers complete their national job in the Kagara Emirate, Niger State Governor Mohammed Umaru Bago has urged locals to be more security conscious.

The Governor offered the guidance as he concluded his emirate trip by paying Sallah respect to the Emir of Kagara, Mallam Ahmed Garba Gunna 11.

Bago said that the Emirate has been hit by bandit attacks, therefore he thought that limiting people’s freedom of movement would help security forces deal with the problem.

It’s not ideal, he said, because “a lot of our rural dwellers do a lot of occupation in the hinterland, and you find them gathering for weddings and on market days.”

To facilitate the clearing of shrubs, we recommend that they stay within their enclaves until absolutely essential.

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He also said that the Minna/Tegina Road will be reconstructed and that a dual carriageway would be built in Kagara as part of his urban regeneration agenda.

Before the Durbar, the Emir of Kagara, Mallam Ahmed Garba Gunna II, praised the Governor for keeping the peace so that his subjects might celebrate Eid in peace and attend the Durbar.

The Governor was honored with the traditional title of Gorozon Kagara, and a collection of twelve instruments of power were presented to him during the visit.


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