The Nigeria Police has announced a plan to set up a squadron made up of over 700 mobile personnel of the force in Kafanchan, Kaduna State.
The move is part of efforts at stemming the tide of attacks in the Southern part of Kaduna state, northwest of the country.
Similarly, the force has inaugurated a committee to investigate the attacks on Goska, Ninte and other villages in the area.
Inspector General of the force, Ibrahim Idris made the disclosure on Saturday when he led other personnel of the force on a fact finding mission to Kafanchan, headquarters of Jema’a local government area in Kaduna state.
Having gone round, the Police boss noted that the unrest had more of political than religious undertone.
He commiserated with those who have lost loved ones and properties to the unrest, but added that the situation has been blown out of proportion.