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May 29: AIG urges non state actors to support hitch-free transition

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May 29: AIG urges non state actors to support hitch-free transition

Mr Umar Sanda, Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 9, Umuahia, Abia state, has urged non-state actors to support hitch-free transition ahead of May 29 hand-over.

Sanda gave the advice on Thursday in Abakaliki during his maiden duty tour to state Commands in the zone.

The AIG noted that the officers and men in the zone were ready and committed to security of lives and property during and after May 29.

He stated the need for a hitch-free transition and urged the personnel to be on the watch out and maintain peace.

Sanda further called on the personnel to be diligent and vigilant in discharge of their duties.

“I urge you to always be diligent and vigilant to duties. Guard anything that are unreasonable risk. As you protect other, also try to protect yourself.

“Be committed and discharge your duties with good manner. Be disciplined and avoid eye-service. Remember that our work is service to God and humanity.

“I, therefore, urge all hands to be on deck, especially the non-state actors to ensure peaceful and orderly transition on May 29,” the AIG advised.

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On building of new police stations in ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ Ohaozara Local Government Area and Airport divisions, he thanked Ebonyi state Governor, David Umahi.

Earlier in his address of welcome, the Commissioner of Police in Ebonyi, Faleye Olaleye, said the command is endowed with brave and hard-working officers and men in terms of promoting security.

Olaleye listed prevalent crimes in the state to include murder, cultism, communal clashes, kidnappings, rape and boundary disputes.

He also commended the state governor for his assistance to officers and men of the Command. 

May 29: AIG urges non state actors to support hitch-free transition

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