PrimeAlert Strikes Partnership Deal With Katsina State Govt On Enhanced Vigilance Against Banditry*
Nigeria’s leading security solutions, PrimeAlert Secure Limited has reached a fresh partnership deal with Katsina State government on ways to increase vigilance against the ravaging banditry in the state.
The partnership is coming through the state Security Agencies Monitoring Center and the UNDP which is targeted at enhancing the security of people of the state against armed hoodlums, CEO PrimeAlert Secure Limited, Tony Nwulu announced on Thursday.
The partnership agreement was sealed at a recent meeting which had in attendance the UNDP Advisor, Mr Williams Tsumah, Specialist Mr. Ashraf Usman, Mr. George Tiga Chief Operating Officer of PrimeAlert Secure Ltd.
The engagement came to an advanced stage with a High Powered Delegation and Briefing to His Excellency Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari, Executive Governor, Katsina State.
The governor was joined by other top officials of government, including Chief Judge of Katsina State.
This fresh deal is coming few days after the organisation announced a partnership with Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC in an effort to serve its clients better.
Recall that PrimeAlert Secure Limited recently launched its regional trade and distributions operations in Nigeria, as part of its overall growth strategy with the goal of enhancing its business in the African continent and strengthening security architecture with its in-country presence and focus
The dedicated home and business security entity in Nigeria has been set up to further reinforce the company’s ‘closer to customer’ strategy in the West Africa region.
Nwulu recently revealed that PrimeAlert Secure Ltd PrimeAlert Secure Ltd aims at building enterprise security solutions across africa and strengthening Nigeria’s security architecture by building a brand that places prime importance on protecting the lives and properties of its clients, while also supporting state institutions and security agencies in their primary role of fighting worsening insecurity in Nigeria.