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Kano police commissioner promises to protect Igbos

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Jaafar Jaafar is a graduate of Mass Communication from Bayero University, Kano. He was a reporter at Daily Trust, an assistant editor at Premium Times and now the editor-in-chief of Daily Nigerian.
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Kano state Police Commissioner, Rabi’u Yusuf, has assured Igbo residents in the state of adequate protection of their lives and property.

Mr Yusuf said this in a statement released on Tuesday through the police public relations officer, Magaji Majiya.

The assurance came during a meeting with the leadership of the Igbo community in the state on Monday.

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He also assured the Igbos of the commitment of the command to ensuring the safety of their lives and property like every other Nigerian living in the state.

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“The meeting is to assure you of the commitment of the command toward ensuring safety of your lives and properties as every other Nigerian living in the State,’’ Mr Yusuf said.

He called on Igbos living in the state to remain calm, continue to carry out their businesses lawfully and live peacefully with other ethnic groups.

In his remark, Eze Igbo Kano, Boniface Ibekwe expressed gratitude to the commissioner for summoning the meeting “at this crucial time.’.

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Mr Ibekwe also extolled the virtues of the people of Kano State, saying they are tolerant and well-mannered toward other ethnic groups living in their midst.

He called on all Igbos and other ethnic groups in the state to remain calm “as Kano remains our state of origin where most of our children were born and brought up.’’

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He also urged them to continue to pursue their legitimate businesses without fear of harassment.

 

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