POLICE AREA COMMANDER VISIT OWA-OYIBU POLICE DIVISION

 

The Delta State assistant Commissioner of Police, Mr.
Attahiru Isah has on 11th June, 2013 paid a familiarization visit to Owa- Oyibu
Division Police Station.

                In an
address, the Owa Oyibu Divisional Police Officer, Mr. Ignatius Nnaji, welcomed
the Area commander and his entourage. He said that on assumption of duty as the
head of the division he met virtually with all the stakeholders on security
matters in the area, where they collectively pledged  a robust synergy with the police. Declaring a
zero tolerance for crime in the area. DSP Nnaji added that presently crime,
violence is non existent in the division He appreciated the tireless efforts of
members of the vigilante, P.C. R. C, and other groups who attends to the
requests of the division in their own small 
way. DSP. Nnaji stated that the division appears badly in need of
personnel.

                Speaking
in the same vein, the local Government chairman of vigilante group, Engr Amos
Agbobu thanked the area commander, Mr. Isah, for the familiarization visit
noting that the organization will do its best to ensure the security of lives
and properties in the area. He added that the security of the area is primary
aim of the group. The chairman of Ika North East, okada riders and tricycle
union Mr. Ogoh John commended the visit of the area commander, He added that
the union is very much interested and will continue to be interested in
security matters, pointing out that the union believes and appreciates the fact
that peace and security are important requirements for the socio-economic and
political well being of any society.

                The
chairman of P. C.R.C, chief festus Konyeme J.P. represented by his vice Rev.
Evang. Ukamaka Eboh, told the Area commander that the group has performed
excellently well in crime prevention. He said that their efforts so far has
enhanced the sense of belonging of police officers in the area. He added that
security work is not to be left for only police nor a particular group, but
requires the involvement of every individual in the area adding that PCRC is
the mediator between the police and the public. He called for more men to join
the members of the P.C.R.C group stressing that the role they are playing is
very important as they help to give vital information to the police.
Responding, the area commander Mr. Attahiru Isah thanked everyone present at
the event for having confidence in the police, adding that the police should be
assisted with information that will help to fish  out criminals. He noted that no society is
crime free, but the people must try to reduce it. He urged traditional ruler
and parents in the area to try their best in combating crime, and that the
people should not rely on government alone. He applauded the efforts of the Obi
of Owa Dr. Emmanuel Efeizomor II for the stride he has taken on security
matters in his kingdom, and urged him to keep it up, as information is vital to
security work.   

 

 

POLICE
AREA COMMANDER FROWNS AT INCREASE MURDER CASES AT AGBOR

The police area commander in charge of Delta North, ACP
Attahiru Isah has expressed sadness over the recent cases of  murder particularly the killing of women in
their farms in Agbor and its environ. He stated this at Agbor during his familiazation
visit to Agbor police divisional headquarters on Wednesday, 12th June, 2013.

In his welcome address, DPO, Agbor police station, SP Dike
Albert Uchechi described the visit of the police area commander to the station
as timely, just as he thanked him for coming. He stated that the division have
been receiving tremendous assistance and support from individuals and groups
who  appreciate what the police is doing,
most especially, the PCRC, Agbor branch, vigilante groups, NURTW, Agbor branch,
Okada riders, hoteliers and many others.

                SP Uchechi,
called on the area commander to use the opportunity of the visit to appreciate
all who have been of immense help to the division and equally help hasten the
posting of more policemen to  Agbor
division, saying that the division is at the boundary between Edo and Delta
States which makes it  a flash point for
armed robbers.

                “Since
my posting as the DPO Agbor police station, my team and I have done well. The
records on ground and testimonies from the residents of the area can attest to
it. We will continue to do more to patrol and secure the Agbor community,” says
the Agbor police boss.

                Responding,
ACP Isah said that he was over-whelmed with the large turn out of persons and
groups. According to him, “such turn out is evidence that the police is in good
relationship with the citizens.”

                The
police area commander called on all Agbor residents to cooperate with the
police by giving information that will enable them curb crime in the area. He
warned youths and all who are criminally minded in the area to desist as the
police area command Asaba is not happy with the recent killings in Agbor.

                Speaking
also, the chairman PCRC, Chief E. Darlington Igheghe and the vigilante chairman
in Ika South, Mr. Steve Azeh, promised to continue to support the police in
Agbor division. To make life easy for them in other to ensure total security of
lives and properties.

                Chief
Igheghe pleaded with the area commander to compliment their effort, by meeting
the station and the vigilante groups in their areas of needs.

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AREA
COMMANDER VISITS ABAVO POLICE STATION

The Nigeria Police Area Commander representing  Delta North ACP Attahiru Isah on 11th of
June, 2013 visited the Abavo Divisional Police Station in Ika South Local
Government Area of Delta State.

                Speaking
in an address, DSP Valentine Mbalu, the DPO of the Abavo Division  thanked the Area Commander and his entourage
for coming to his division, adding that the police officers and the community
are glad to see their new AC face to face.

                He
stated that the relationship between the police and the community is very
cordial. He noted that Abavo people are peace loving and law abiding. “This is
why we have not recorded cases of any serious crime like kidnapping, armed
robbery since I was brought to this community.” He said.

                The DPO
concluded that the major problems faced by the Division is that there is no
barracks. Some of the police officers still come from Agbor division where they
have their former barracks.

                Also
speaking, Mr. Iyamu Anthony, Chairman Police Community Relations Committee
(PCRC) of the division stated that the division has enjoined a good
relationship with the host community.

                He said
that the division needs patro vehicles and more personel to combat crimes and
that the completion of the abandoned Abavo police station will  motivate the police to do more for the
community.”

                He
concluded by thanking Mr. S.O Isibor for giving out his house as the present
Abavo Division Police Station and the DPO for work well done in Abavo kingdom.

                In a
brief speech by the Area Commander, ACP Isah, he commended the DPO and promised
to give them adequate support as they continue to render quality  service to the community.

                He
charged all who were present at the meeting to be determined to fight crime in
other to make Delta State crime free.

 

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