INSECURITY: Community Leaders Tasked To Step Up Surveillance, Garba Pwul, (SAN)

By Moses Gbande

A multinational tittle holder in Plateau state, “the Makaman Kanam, the Turakin Mangu and the Sardaunan Mwaghavul”, Chief Barr Garba Pwul, SAN has expressed worries over the rate of kidnapping, banditry and other criminal activities in the Northwest and sparts of Nigeria.

The Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN in a chat with Judicial Correspondents attributed the problem to poverty, stressing however the need for community leaders to make best use of their vigilante groups in order to step up surveillance in addressing insecurities in their areas .

He equally called on security chiefs to rise up to their responsibility of safeguarding the territorial boundaries of Nigeria.

Speaking on his political ambition, Pwul reiterate that when elected as the next Governor of plateau state, he will pull his wealth of experience and tackle the security challenges facing the state.

He noted that he has a brilliance blueprint for the people of Plateau state which will help in strenghtening the internal income generation .

He explained that, the rich diverse culture and tourist attractions in the state would be properly harnessed as a means of survival looking at Israel technological transformation , “we can rivive them ,we are gifted with a conducive climate here in Plateau state except the Mambila Plateau weather that is more than our own .

Pwul said that the if given the mandate, Plateau state would be commercial hub of the North, Southeast, and Southwest because of the investment opportunities would open for investors to come in .

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