Rulwanu Idris Malikawa
As part of its responsibility of ensuring maximum security and protection to the public.
The Nigeria Mobile Police 9 Kano Squadron Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Shaaibu Bello has pledged to redoubled their efforts in ensuring maximum security whenever Kano Pillars FC are playing their home matches when the league resumes.
ACP Shaaibu Bello stated this when he received the Chairman of the club in his office in Kano on Thursday.
ACP Shaaibu said it is necessary for the Mobile Police in Kano to do more in ensuring peaceful conduct of all sporting activities in the state and the country in general.
He described Kano Pillars FC as an International Football club that need to do more in all its programs to ensure that they maintain the status core and values of the club in the country and continent at large.
He advised the club Management and the leadership of the supporters club to put heads together and bring an end to the rivalry issues with other club’s fans for the promoting of peace and unity in the football family in the country.
He described Kano Pillars FC as a National team because it is a club that houses the major tribes in the country without any sentiment from the management.
Earlier, the Chairman of the club, Alhaji Surajo Shaaibu Jambul has said the purpose of the visit was to congratulates him, ACP Shuaibu Bello for his recent posting to head the Mobile 9 Squadron, Kano and solicit his support in ensuring maximum security whenever the National Champions are playing at home.
Alhaji Surajo, described ACP Shaaibu Bello as a Gallant Officer whom contributed a lot in fighting soccer hooliganism when he was a Kano Pillars FC Chief Security Officer and has urged him to replicate same whenever the need arises.
The Chairman also, reaffirmed his management commitment in moving the club to the next level and assured that the team is set to participate in the yet to be confirmed NPFL Super Six if the situation permit.
It could be recall that the Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL has been on hold since after the Corona Virus outbreak in the country and the league’s body, LMC, is yet to communicate to the public when the full activities of the league would be resumed.
The Sai Masu Gida have recorded 34 points from a total of 24 matches with a game at hand which is against Enyimba that was earlier scheduled to be played at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano.