The Edo State commissioner of police, CP AbutuYaro, has extolled the Edo State Security Network (ESN), the vigilantes and the Edo Hunters for providing useful information to the command leading to the arrest of criminals and the reduction of crime and criminality in the state.
Yaro gave the commendation during an interactive session with various local security networks in Benin City, explained that the synergy with the different local security networks has brought meaningful results and gains in the state, and Nigeria.
He stated, “We have operated seamlessly with them in the last few weeks with an outstanding result. And we believe after this interaction and dialogue with them, further remarkable breakthroughs will be recorded.
“On this note, on behalf of the police officers and men of the Edo State Command, I want to thank the Edo Hunters and the Vigilantes for the remarkable efforts and synergy towards the overall security climate in the state”.
The CP said there will be more synergy to sustain the success.
“We are going to do more to foster the relationship. So, thank you hunters, thank you Edo Security Network, (ESN) and thanks to all other invisible stakeholders who have been cooperating with our men in the state”, he said.
CP Yaro expressed hope that the present cordial relationships continue for the betterment of the citizens of the state.
“We look forward to better corporation with the believe that we will be able to have a more enduring peace in the state,” he added.
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