Onitsha drug merchants donate automobiles to Police Zonal Command to struggle crime

Drugs merchants on the Onitsha Niger bridgehead, popularly known as Ogbo-Ogwu has donated three operational automobiles to the zone 13 police headquarters.

The merchants mentioned the automobiles would help the police in responding to emergency crime circumstances, and likewise enhance its effectiveness in policing the three states of Anambra, Enugu and Ebonyi, lined by the command.

Making the donation throughout a courtesy name on the AIG answerable for the zone, Mr Mohammed Danmallam, the chief of the merchants, Mr Donatus Ajamma lauded the AIG for his proactive strategy to combating crime, saying that this technique has strengthened safety structure within the three states below the zone.

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“We respect the governor of Anambra State for his safety consciousness, and the AIG Danmallam who has taken daring steps in strengthening the safety equipment of the zone inside a brief keep in workplace.”

The Commissioner for Commerce, Commerce and Wealth creation; Uchenna Okafor who accompanied the merchants additionally thanked the AIG for making out time to obtain them.

He lauded the Govt Governor of Anambra State; Chief Willie Obiano for his unwavering resolve in making Anambra a crime-free state, and described him as a security-conscious character which is paramount in any given society.

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He additionally appreciated the management of drug sellers for his or her initiative in embarking on the go to and the donation.

In his response, the AIG appreciated the merchants for the go to. He recommended them for strengthening his resolve in fortifying the group policing programme in all of the states below the command.

He described the great folks of Anambra as nice folks and promised to police them around the clock to checkmate the actions of members of the general public to make sure sufficient safety.

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