New Imo CP Warns Politicians against Breach of Security
Following the removal of the former Commissioner of Police, CP Chris Ezike, the new Commissioner of Police, CP Dasuki D. Galadanchi has assumed officially as the 33rd Commissioner of the Imo State Police command promising Imolites cooperation and partnership, while warning politicians against acts capable of jeopardizing security in the state.
Addressing Newsmen in his office, the new CP who informed that, he was redeployed from the office of Research and Planning as commissioner, Community Policing said, redeployment in the Nigeria Police Force is a routine procedure adding that, he has done a survey and checkup of the state, to ascertain the challenges.
"I had already started since Monday and know we have two regional headquarters, including the number of Area command and their strength. I have already done the SWOT analysis to know the strength, weakness, and opportunity we have in the state. I have gone round in the morning and night, the strategy we are going to adopt is the one the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim Idris MNI has always instructed us to do, which community is policing", he said.
He stated that, the command will adopt community engagement, with necessary stakeholders, to improve security and safety in the state.
In his message to Imolites and residents in the state, CP Galadanchi assured them that safety and security, which he said is paramount, requires all hands on deck, with collaborative partnership to look at issues holistically with mutual trust, information sharing, transparency, accountability and openness, which according to him, will eventually lead to a safer community.
He however sounded a note of warning to power drunk politicians in the state, to be upright and ensure that the Nigerian nation stands as one, adding that, the police respects no sacred cow or anyone towering above the law.
"I am sounding a note of warning not to politicians alone, but to any known miscreant, that the Nigerian Police is here and we will work as a team to collaborate with other agencies and communities, and all those identified to have committed any known crime, will face the full wrath of the law", he thundered