Gaidam assures Interpol General Assembly in Nigeria commitment to tackle crime and terrorism

The Minister of Police Affairs, Senator Ibrahim Gaidam, has conveyed Nigeria's dedication to fostering effective partnerships with member countries to tackle crimes, combating terrorism and maintain global peace as well as commitment to ensuring public safety and upholding the principles of justice. The minister, who leads the Nigerian delegation comprising Vice President Africa (INTERPOL), AIG Umar Garba (RTD); Director, Police Inspectorate Department (PID) Mrs. Bola Blessing Aderele; Head (INTERPOL, National Crime Bureau), AIG Lanre Bankole and others, are attending 91st Interpol General Assembly in Vienna, Austria to commemorate the Centenary Celebrations. The minister expressed optimism about the future prospects of international cooperation in combating crime and reiterated Nigeria's commitment to working closely with Interpol and its member countries to ensure a safer, more secure world. Gaidam acknowledged the pivotal role played by Interpol in promoting global security through its extensive network, data-sharing mechanisms, and operational support as well as funding of infrastructure in Nigeria. In his words, “The centenary celebrations of Interpol served as a moment of reflection and appreciation of a century of international collaboration in law enforcement among member countries. Our active participation in the event further solidified Nigeria's role as a responsible and proactive member of the...

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