China has decided to “to send a High-Level Delegation from the Criminal Investigation Experts with real experience”, to Nigeria, amid the rising insecurity, to “talk to the people, the government”, to see how they can “find a way to work together to overcome the challenge they are facing”, .
The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Cui Jianchun, disclosed this on Wednesday, in Abuja, while speaking to Journalists on the sideline of the October 1, China-Nigeria friendship award to Students of the Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, Zaria.
Cui stated: “China’s Central Government is really concerned about the security situation in Nigeria, and also the Chinese Nationals in Nigeria.
“We are working hard on how we can get support from China. I think that it really concerns every Nigerian, and I believe this is not only about the Nigerian people and government, but also, we need international support.
“So, now the Central Government made the decision to send a High-Level Delegation from the Criminal Investigation Experts with real experience.
“They come to Nigeria, and get to talk to the people, the government, how can they find a way to work together to overcome the challenge they are facing.”
Speaking, the Vice-Chancellor of the Ahmadu Bello University, Prof. Kabiru Bala, thanked the Chinese government for its support, and the Nigerian government for its efforts in curbing insecurity.
He said that the University Campus has been secured to a large extent, following the interventions of the government, after the Institution requested reinforced security.
His words: “Let me sincerely appreciate the efforts of the government. When we began to see signs of insecurity around the Campus, we made a special visit to the Inspector-General of Police.
“To other government Agencies, Security Agencies, and I am happy to say that the response was quite appreciated.
“There are things that I might not mention publicly, but just to say the response was very good.
“The Inspector-General put a lot of reinforcement around the Campus, with equipment and men. So far, the Campus is secured.”
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