New CP Nwazue Assumes Duty, Promises to Sustain Peace Feat In Kogi

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By Noah Ocheni, Lokoja

The new Commissioner of Police, Kogi Command, Arungwa Nwazue, on Monday in Lokoja promised to sustain the peace feat attained by his predecessor, AIG Ede Ayuba in combating crimes in the state.

CP Arungwa Nwazue who made the promise while taking over from his predecessor at the Kogi Police Command headquarters on Monday in Lokoja assured that he would strive to make more achievements in securing the lives and property of the citizens.

He appreciated the efforts of the former CP in ridding the state of Criminalities such as kidnapping, robbery and cultism saying that “Kogi is not doing badly like other states as obtainable in Niger and Kaduna. I sincerely attribute this stride to my predecessor and the security friendly Kogi state governor.”

Nwazue said that combating crimes in any given society is a collective struggle and called on the people of the state to extend similar co-operation to his office to enable him succeed just as they did throughout the period of the former Commissioner of Police.

” I will focus majorly on intelligence gathering to operate. I therefore, call on the people to always give useful information that would enable the police succeed in the arrest of criminal elements. Most of our problems are human made and should strive to avoid the pitfalls as all facets of human endeavours should see themselves as partners in progress” he said.

Earlier, the former CP, Ede Ayuba who was elevated to the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in-charge of Zone 8, overseeing Kogi and Kwara states thanked the people of Kogi state for their cooperation which according him facilitated his success story in the fight against criminality in the state.

He therefore, appealed to the people of the state to extend similar gesture to the new Commissioner of Police to enhance his success.

Ayuba expressed gratitude to God and the Federal Government for his elevation with a promise that it will spur him to achieve more in his professional callings.

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