The Niger State Governor ,Abubakar Sani-Bello has emphasised the need for stakeholders in security management to continue to evolve new strategies in their bid to find a lasting solution to the security challenges in the country.
The Governor who stated this when he interacted with the state legislators explained that this has become imperative in view of the challenges confronting the country.
He urged the lawmakers to facilitate rapid passage of bills to address the security situation.
Governor Abubakar also decried the use of motorcycles and the articulated vehicles without registered number plates in Nigeria.
He maintained that more than ninety percent of the motorcycles in the state were not registered and eighty percent of trucks plying the Minna-Suleja route were also operating without registered number plates which he said made it difficult for the security operatives to monitor their activities.
The Governor said his administration will remain steadfast and committed to providing logistical support to security operatives to effectively carryout their constitutional responsibilities.
Governor Sani Bello called on the security operatives, Vehicle Inspection Officers, Road Safety and other stakeholders to carry out their constitutional duties to build a lawful society.
“I am deeply concerned about the issue of this country, I hope security agencies will summon courage to do the needful, I strongly believe we can have a decent and better Nigeria.” Gov Sani-Bello stated.