Abia New Police Boss Calls For Corporation

By Factnews on 13/10/2017

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The need for dialogue rather than force in handling crisis has been described as the best form of peace maintenance and sustenance.

Anthony Ogbizi, the new Commissioner of Police, Abia State, stated this at an interactive session with newsmen in Umuahia. 

 
CP Ogbizi noted that the interactive session was to highlight his agenda and mission towards maintaining and sustaining the existing peace in Abia.

He expressed delight that the crisis which rocked the state on his arrival is gradually paving way for peace and described the press as partners with the force.

The Abia Police boss while soliciting for the corporation of Abians and residents enjoined them to always report officers and men of the force caught in shoddy behaviours.

Ogbizi explained that dialogue rather than force is the best way to achieve ones agitations.

 
He highlighted that the police is taking proactive steps to ensure a safer ember months especially with the yuletide around the corner.

On the joint military and Police invasion of the Indigenous People of Biafra’s home, Nnamdi Kanu, Ogbizi said the raid follows an intelligent report and was legal.

Ogbizi revealed that some of the items recovered which includes Biafra insignia, double barrel guns, patrol gun, some documents containing IPOB action plans and their tactician are undergoing analysis.

 
The interactive session is the first since his arrival and was held at officers mess Umuahia.

 

Posted on October, 13 2017

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