The African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) yesterday donated an assortment of apparatus to the Somali Police Drive (SPF) to reinforce service supply.
The gadgets donated by the ATMIS Police element included turbines, big printers, stationery and street spike strips to be used at car checkpoints.
“They want extra of those (gadgets) for his or her day-to-day actions. It is usually our obligation to assist them in that capability, to equip them and supply the wanted logistics to assist improve their actions,” stated the ATMIS Police Commissioner CP Hillary Sao Kanu after handing over the gadgets to SPF Commissioner, Brigadier Common Sulub Ahmed Firin on the drive’s headquarters.
CP Kanu famous plans had been underway to offer extra assist to SPF in Mogadishu and the Federal Member States, to enhance safety and improve service supply.
“We’re wanting ahead to offering extra infrastructural assist for instance bettering the present police stations and likewise guaranteeing they’ve extra police stations in newly liberated areas to assist enhance safety,” she stated.
The SPF-ATMIS Liaison Officer, Brigadier Common Mohamed Abdulle Dore, stated the donation was testimony of the nice working relations between the ATMIS Police and SPF.
The SPF Director of Logistics, Captain Ahmed Tahliil Mohamed, thanked ATMIS for the type gesture saying the tools will go a great distance in enhancing effectivity.
“The tools donated will likely be useful to us. They’re wanted in our every day work, each within the area and in our places of work,” stated Capt. Mohamed.
CP Kanu was accompanied by the ATMIS Police Operations and FPU Coordinator, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Ahmed Lateef, and the ATMIS Police Reform Restructuring and Growth Coordinator Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), John Simon.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS).