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Barrow asks border communities to partner security forces

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Edition: Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at 1:53 PM

Barrow said: “Those in border communities that experience sporadic armed conflicts should collaborate with the Security Services to secure the country. Our territorial integrity must never be compromised.”

The head of state continued that the country’s Security Sector Reform programme has progressed in building the capacity of security forces, adding that the Armed Forces is being re-oriented and motivated to enhance their role and responsibilities to assure maximum security in the country. 

He emphasised that “all citizens should take responsibility to control crime, adding that crimes reported to the police dropped in 2022; with public cooperation, burglary, domestic violence and other crimes could be reduced further.”

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