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For Swift Response To Distress Calls: PHALGA Boss Gifts Police 4 Patrol Hilux Vehicle

Rivers Commissioner of Police, CP Olatunji Disu psc, received four patrol Hilux vehicles from the Chairman of Portharcourt Local Government Council, Hon. Allwell Ihunda, on Thursday, November 30, 2023. The vehicles were presented on behalf of the council to aid the police in swift response to distress calls and to enhance robust patrol activities.

Expressing his gratitude, CP Olatunji Disu psc emphasized that the patrol vehicles would greatly support the police force in their efforts to maintain public safety. He assured the attendees that officers under his supervision would be both friendly and efficient. He also encouraged the public to report any complaints against police officers, promising that such issues would be promptly addressed. Furthermore, he assured that the newly acquired vehicles would be properly maintained.

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In his remarks, Hon. Allwell Ihunda stated that the local government council made the donation to assist the police in their security operations and the fight against crime. He emphasized that security is a collective responsibility and acknowledged the challenges that the police face in terms of mobility due to limited funds. He explained that the four patrol vehicles were allocated to Nkpolu, Rumuwoji (Mile 1 Diobu), Olu-Obansinjo, and CPS Police Divisions, respectively.

It is noteworthy that this gesture is aimed at improving the overall security situation in the region. The vehicles will undoubtedly enhance the capacity of the police force to swiftly respond to emergencies and maintain law and order.

SP GRACE IRINGE-KOKO ANIPR
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
RIVERS STATE POLICE COMMAND
FOR: THE COMMISSIONER OF POLICE

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