Police boss commands community for keeping peace

People of Ezigaragu Enyiogugu in Aboh Mbaise LGA have been commended for the peace and unity in the community.
The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) lsah Abubakar Adamu gave the commendation in his familiarization tour to the autonomous community.
He expressed worry on the relationship between the people and the police which he noted with chagrin was at the low ebb before his assumption of office with the Divisional Crime Officer (DCO) Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Cletus Esinulo who was just barely one month in the division.
Speaking, DCO Esinulo said they have come to work and not to play, soliciting community partnership just as he restated their determination to fight crime to standstill.
Responding, the community traditional ruler,  Eze Emmanuel Madu said police is a friend of the public and can not work all alone for adequate security.
He patted the DPO on the back for the hand of fellowship extended and advised him not to be deterred in his vow to entrench indelible footprints in the sands of time, promising that his community would not only be law abiding but give him all the necessary co-operation to enable him succeed.
The royal father observed that the police are faced with overwhelming challenges but assured that with God the daunting task would be surmountable Eze Madu said Mbaise people are hospitable and friendly, guarantying their willingness to support him boost crime fighting.
In their separate speeches, the President-General, Mr. Sabastine Njoku, Surveyor Marcellenus Nkwocha and Chief Louis Anuforo lamented insecurity and urged the DPO not to leave any stone unturned in the fight against crime so that the citizens could go about their business without molestation.
On his part, the Vice President-General, Mr. Alex Njoku remarked that the DP0 and DCO came at a time their attention was most needed in Ezigaragu and gave them kudos for deeming it wise to interact and sensitize the people on security issues.
The community Vigilante Co-ordinator, Mr. Athan Obioma thanked the DP0 for the bold and reassuring step taken to chart a new cause and pledged their resolve to work hand in glove with the police maintain law and order.
In a vote of thanks, the palace secretary, Chief Oliver Nwogu advocated for training and retraining of the vigilantes and reemphasized need to create adequate security awareness for more fruitful community policing.

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