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Rivers CP Lauds Journalists

…Commits to Professional Policing


Destiny Ugorji

The Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Zaki Ahmed has commended Journalists in the State for partnering with the Police in the state to achieve target objectives.

Briefing newsmen in his office Saturday morning, Ahmed expressed his commitment to professionalism in the discharge of his duties, reiterating his alignment with the vision of the Inspector General of Police.

His address reads in part:

“I have called you here today to express our renewed commitment and vigor to the Vision and Mission of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim K. Idris.”

“The Inspector General of Police since assumption of duty has shown an unequalled and unparalleled commitment towards fighting crime in the country and has repositioned the Force to be the envy of all.”

“The Rivers State Police Command being an active participant and keen observer of the recent happenings in the country, is proud to associate herself with the IGP and his lofty ideals and sincerely will continue to do her utmost best to religiously pursue the Vision and Mission of IGP as well keep alive his virtues of policing with international best practices, zero tolerance for corruption, community partnership in policing and policing with consummate professionalism.”

“The Command stands with the IGP, and heartily shares his milestone achievements, wishing him well as he continues to deliver on his core mandate. No amount of distraction can deter him from carrying out his duties as enshrined in the extant laws of the land.”

“The Command wishes to extend her profound appreciate to the President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic Nigeria, Mohammadu Buhari for the confidence reposed on the Inspector General of Police.”

“Finally, let me thank the Press for their continued partnership and crave for more. I want to appreciate members of the public for their faith in us. As a Command we shall continue to do our best to bring crime and criminality to a tolerable level in the State.”


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