The Chairman Nassarawa local government council of Kano state Alhaji Lamin Sani has called on all estate agents and other estates stakeholders operating in the area to as a matter of effective security measures be cautious on who they deal with when giving out houses for rent or land for sale.
The Chairman made the call during a stakeholder’s meeting with vigilante, traditional leaders and estate agents organized by the Nassarawa local government area council, to address insecurity issue in the local government.
According to him, security issues ought to be everyone business and that government security personnel have been doing a great job in ensuring the safety of lives and property as a prerequisite for effective development.
“It is high time that as stakeholders in our communities, to step up in ensuring our security and that of our property. We have lined up new guidelines for estate agents operating in our local governments when dealing with their clients in terms of giving out rent or sales of lands. This move is to enable us as community members to actively participate in what will make our lives secured,” he said.
The chairman further revealed that the series of meeting being conducted by the local government council in respect of security issues is in line with Kano state governor’s priority in the fight against insecurity under the leadership of Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, he stresses that the state government has done commending job in restoring Kano’s glory in terms of effective security measures.
He appreciated the vigilante group for their unrelenting support and efforts in ensuring peace and improving security in the area.
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