Kano state Command of Nigeria Police has commissioned 100 special constabularies in the command to assist in traffic management and control across the state
Speaking to the Constabularies during the commissioning exercise, which held at command headquarters Bompai, the Commissioner of Police Samaila Shuaibu Dikko charged them to uphold the principles of Nigeria Police while interacting with motorists.
He warned them against commiting any act capable of tarnishing the image of Nigeria Police
” You shall shun from any act of corrupt practices in the discharge of your activities”
Earlier in his speech, State Commandant, Special Constabulary, Muhd Bello Dalha said the training was the first of its kind organized by Inspector General of Police Muhammad Adamu, under Community Policing.
He explained that the training was initiated by former Kano Commissioner of Police Habu Ahmad Sani, in July 2020 to have free traffic flow in the state”
The Commander commended Commissioner of Police Kano for training the traffic personnels and urged them to fear God while discharging their duties.
In his remarks, the Governor of Kano State, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, who was represented by the Managing Director, Kano Road and Traffic Agency (KAROTA) Dr. Baffa Babba Dan’Agundi, commended the Cp for training the personnel.
He said the Kano State Government will continue to assist the Command to protect lives and properties.
On his part, Officer in charge of Motor Traffic Division Kano(MTD), SP Magaji Majiya, urged the personnel to shun corruption and respect residents of the state.
“Kano being Centre of Commerce, all States troop in for business with the provision of of Fly overs and new traffic personnel will ensure free flow of traffic, and minimize cases of accident.
” As we are approaching Fasting period we will focus on some Major roads such as Katsina road,Sharada and BUK road among others to ease congestion.
“Nobody will break his or her fasting on the road as we will do everything possible to ensure business places,market and schools have free access to road and safe”.