By Everest Samuel Ikechukwu
Criminals and hoodlums have been implored to find a legitimate means of livelihood or relocate from Zuba, a popular settlement in Gwagwalada Area Council.
This warning was handed down by CSP Wilson Dankwano, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), in charge of Zuba divisional headquarters.
He gave this warning recently during a community stakeholders’ meeting while calling on the residents of the area to support community policing.
This, he said will help to drastically reduce the rate of criminality in Zuba and its environs, as fighting crime is a collective responsibility.
Dankwano particularly solicited the cooperation of the community in the area of providing useful information to the police.
He assured the people that the division is ever ready at all times to respond to distress calls without delay.
The Zuba police head encouraged residents to continue with their lawful business, while assuring them of adequate protection of live and property.
He equally implored them to stop taking laws into their hands but should channel their grievances to the appropriate authorities for necessary actions.
The Zuba police Chief, who also tasked residents of the area to cultivate the habit of sharing vital information with the police noted that the act would in no small measure reduce crime rate to the barest minimum.