CP retires, tasks Police DSS others on what to do to curb crime insecurity

CP retires, tasks Police DSS
others on what to do to curb crime insecurity

Mr Samuel Titus-Musa, the retiring Commissioner of Police in Kebbi, has tasked security agencies on improving synergy to overcome security challenges in the state.
Titus-Musa gave the charge during a reception to mark his retirement in Birnin Kebbi on Sunday.
He said, “There has been an improvement on security in the state since the assumption of power of the incumbent Gov. Nasir Idris, who has attached importance to security matters.
“I thank the Commanders of other security agencies for working together with the state police command in securing the state.”
Titus-Musa enjoined the leadership of security agencies in the state to always carry officers and men along as a prerequisite for success.
He thanked personnel of the command for giving him the necessary support and cooperation to bring an improvement on security matters in the state.
“I am going out of the police service gracefully after spending 33 years and six months in service from 1990 to Sept. 5, 2023.
Titus-Musa also advised personnel still in service to be and remain disciplined, committed, loyal, show respect and display high integrity.
He expressed gratitude to all officers, the state government and other stakeholders for supporting him in executing his mandate.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that some stakeholders that attended the reception, poured encomiums on Titus-Musa, highlighting his cordial relationship with people, his good character and achievements.

Among the speakers are Director of Department of State Service in the state (DSS), Aliyu Shua’bu, Comptroller of Nigeria Customs Service, Dr Ben Oramalugo, Comptroller of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Rabi Bashir-Nuhu, and representatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and Nigeria Correctional Service (NCS), among others. (NAN) (

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