Dapchi Abduction: Police Deploy 2000 Personnel To Public Schools

…….In North East

No fewer than 2,000 armed  police men have been deployed to schools as part of the measures to enhanced protection in public schools in the North East.

A competent senior police officer, who confirmed this to PRNigeria, said the personnel will be deployed in more than 300 schools in Yobe, Adamawa and Borno states to enhance security of students and teachers in schools.

The officer said the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris, would embark on appraisal visits in the Northeast where he will visit the schools and access performance of police men.

The source said the Idris will also visit  Dapchi community in Yobe State  to commiserate with their families of the 110 abducted girls.

The IG would also have meetings with various stakeholders engaging in the fight against Boko Haram with a view to support them.

He will also interact with top government officials, community leaders and traditional rulers as part of his effort to strengthened synergy in the campaign against Boko Haram.

Despite deploying his Assistant Inspector General of Police(AIG), to relocate to Maiduguri to compliment the military effort to rescue the Dapchi abducted school girls from Boko Haram, after returning from medical vocation, the IGP deems it necessary to come to the Northeast and see things for himself.

“I want to reassure Nigerians that the IGP is committed toward his primary mandate of protecting lives and properties from all part of the country,” the police said.