The FCT Administration has finalised plans to re-activate a security initiative known as the G7 security operations. G7 security operations.
The operation is a broad partnership with states bordering the Federal Capital Territory.While addressing pressmen, the FCT Commissioner of Police, Sunday Babaji said, following the monthly FCT Security Committee meeting held on Thursday, July 28, 2022, the re-invigoration of the G7 security operations will see the commencement of security actions and procedures by members of the G7.
The meeting was chaired by the FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello. Part of the measures involve taking the battle to bandits enclave and terrorists camps which are mostly located in states bordering the FCT.
The Police Commissioner however called for the support and understanding of residents of the FCT whom he urged to provide actionable and timely intelligence to the security agencies while also calling them to be security conscious at all times.
While assuring residents of their safety and urged them to go about their lawful activities, he added:
“I call on residents to give actionable and timely intelligence to all the security agencies and to also be security conscious.
I’m also assuring them that FCT is safe. Every member of the community should go about their lawful businesses. We are on top of the situation. We have deployed our men both overt and covert and we are doing everything possible in synergy with all the security agencies, with the support of our traditional rulers and religious leaders to make sure that FCT is safe,” He assured.
The Senior Special Assistant to the FCT Minister on Security, Ambassador Abu Salihu Mohammed, while corroborating the CP, revealed the readiness of the heads of security agencies in the neighbouring states to participate actively in the G7 operations.
The meeting was also attended by the FCT Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu, Chief of Staff to the Minister, Malam Bashir Mai-Bornu, ES FCDA, Engr Shehu Hadi Ahmed, heads of the various military formations and para-military organisations in the FCT as well as religious and traditional leaders and Area Council Chairmen.
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