(VIDEO)EVERYBODY HAS HIS DAY TO GIVE ACCOUNT OF DEEDS - GOV. FUBARA SPITS FIRE.
EVERYBODY HAS HIS DAY TO GIVE ACCOUNT OF DEEDS - GOV. FUBARA SPITS FIRE.
The commissioner of police, Olatunji Disu, newly posted to Rivers State has been enjoined to discharge his duties professionally.
Rivers State governor, Siminalayi Fubara gave the charge when he received the new commissioner of police on courtesy visit to Government House in Port Harcourt.
CP Olatunji Disu is the 45th commissioner of police posted to Rivers State and he takes over from CP Polycarp Nwonyi Emeka.
Governor Fubara remarked that currently there is an insecurity situation as being propelled because of the mismanagement of a particular situation that causes a guagmire.
But expressed the believe that with the coming of the CP, it is expected that he would deplore his experiences and understanding of the terrain to address the security challenges because he had served in the State before.
Governor Fubara reiterated his commitment to peace and development of the State, which is only possible in an atmosphere of peace.
The governor promised continual support of the State government to the police to strengthen its capacity to discharge on its responsibility saying as a leader he is for all and not for any particular person.
"On our part, we will give you the necessary support. I am for all. I am not for any particular person. My interest is the peace and development of our dear State. So, I want to appeal to you and your team to work together.
"As you support the dreams and aspirations of our president on his Renewed Hope Agenda, know that the state government has a listening ear. The government will not request for anything that is abnormal. The only thing government will request is fight crime justly, be fair to all.
"I am saying this because even if you decide to go the other way, one day you will be asked to give account of your deeds in the State, not just in this State but any other place. So, I advice you be a gentleman, be professional."
New commissioner of police, CP Olatunji Disu assured that he will adopt a proactive policing strategy that will deplore efficient surveillance, mutual trust within the rank and file and from members of the public in protecting life and property in the State.