For weeks now, some unknown gunmen keep attacking Nnewi axis of Anambra state and it made many concerned Nigerians worried. In the mid hours of today, Anambra state's Commissioner of Police (CP) named Tony Olofu visited Nnewi and inspected a good number of things destroyed by the unknown gunmen. After inspection, the Commissioner of Police said three (3) things about the attack on Joe House and other attacks in Anambra state.DSS destroyed building. Credit: Channels Television.
The first thing the Commissioner of Police said was that as it stands, more men of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) will definitely be redeployed to Anambra state. According to him, the redeployed officers will be posted across every axis of the state to ensure that all parts of the state are safe for the inhabitants.Joe Igbokwe's burnt house. Credit: Channels Television.
The second thing said by the Commissioner of Police about all the destroyed properties in the state is that what the arsonists and unknown gunmen did will never happen surface again. He assures the public that Anambra state will soon be a safe state once the plans of the Force get effected.
The third thing said by the Commissioner of Police on the attack on Joe Igbokwe's house and other attacks in the state is that those who did it will be trailed and arrested. On this, the Commissioner of Police said arresting those responsible for the damage of properties shall get nabbed.
Aside Joe Igbokwe's house, the Commissioner of Police also inspected the attacks on a structure of the Department of State Services (DSS) and also the home of a former minister of National planning and finance who's now deceased.CP Tony Olofu. Image credit: Google.
As it stands, the Commissioner of Police has already brightened the mood of Anambra indigenes after promising that the state will be a safe haven in few days. Dear esteemed Readers, what are your thoughts concerning the plans of the Commissioner of Police to forestalling insecurity in Anambra?
Article's Source: Channels Television.
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