Gov. Rochas Okorocha charges the Police on Security.

Governor  Rochas Okorocha, has called on the Nigeria Police to rise to the occasion for towards safeguarding life and property for a prosperous Nation with their training.

 

Speaking at the passing out parade of two units of successful Mobile Police men at MOPOL 18, Owerri, the Chief of Staff, Prince Eze Madumere KSC who represented the Governor admonished the successful candidates to be of good behaviour and be gallant enough to make Nigeria and Imo State in particular a secure, peaceful and progressive entity.

 

Prince Eze Madumere promised Government’s support in ensuring that they have a smooth handling of their operations. He, however applaud them for their steadfast in crime fighting. His words: “the Government has been supportive to your course. As you all know security is paramount for the growth and development of any society. For us, we have shown interest and we will continue to do so because it is what is worth doing”.

Also speaking at the event, the Commander of MOPOL 18, S. S. Jephthah, thanked the Government and the private sector for their effort to making the passing out parade a successful one. He, however, called on the successful officers never to relent in their mission and should not be found wanting in intelligence.

 

 

Speaking further on the present security challenges in the Nation, he said they are new and that accounts the difficulty in bringing the dastard act to an end. He quickly added that the Government is doing everything within its powers to bring the situation under control.

Speaking further, Tijani Alibasumu, the Commander of MOPOL 25, Azumiri, Abia State, admonished the newly born mobile police to be loyal, polite and observe all the traditions expected in Democracy. He enjoined them to eschew corruption as the new Inspector General of Police has zero tolerance for corruption. He however praised the virtue of the commander of MOPOL 18, S. Jephthah and encourages him to continue in his strides especially as it concerns crime fighting.


The above report was filed in by Uche Onwuchekwa,

Media Assistant to the Chief of Staff to Imo State Governor.

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