CP pledges to improve security in Sokoto hospital
The Sokoto State Police Commissioner, Usaini Gumel, has reassured the hospital management and staff of Federal Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, Kware of improved security in and around the hospital premises.
Gumel gave the assurance on Friday when he visited the hospital, as part of measures to strengthen relationship and build cooperation with agencies.
He reiterated commitment on living up to the expectations, while assuring that the Nigerian Police Force will not renege on its mandates of safeguarding people’s lives and property.
He expressed appreciation on the quality of services as well as facilities within the hospital.
Gumel who inspected facilities expressed satisfaction and commended hospital management over overwhelming infrastructural developments executed by management.
Earlier in his remarks, the Hospital Medical Director, Prof. Shehu Sale, solicited the support of police in ensuring improved security within the hospital and environs.
Sale said security was paramount to peaceful coexistence, and allowed human beings to conduct their businesses freely without interference.
He said the hospital provided services to citizens round the clock and needed conducive atmosphere for personnel to perform better.
The Medical Director reassured of the commitment and support to police in thier mandate of safeguarding lives and property at all times.
The meeting resolved the commitment of the police to support the management by providing safe environment for patients and staff and reinforcing security apparatus in the hospital.
The Commissioner’s entourage included DCP John Nwokolo, ACP. Yakubu Muhammad, CSP Salihu Nababa, CSP Ghali Nakamba, SP. Kabir Ahmad, DSP. Halidu Malan, among others.