If there are more than 3 armed robberies in your area you will be sacked - Muhammad Ali
By Infonest | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 0 views
The Delta State commissioner of Police is taking security in the state seriously. He has shown this by sacking three Divisional Police Officers (DPO). The Divisional Police Officers sacked are the ones at Asaba, Warri and Sapele. There have been series of killings in these three places. Just last week news came about gunmen killing a police officer and carting away with his service riffle, in Sapele news came about several assassinations. These have heightened the level of insecurities in the state. The commissioner of Police has responded that henceforth, any DPO that records more than 3 successful robberies and kidnappings in his jurisdiction will be sacked. He said this at Asaba within the week.
I think this is a good development. It is time to let action be louder than voice. This will make the rest sit up and do their duties as expected. All other Commissioners of Police should emulate this great move. If security chiefs can be this serious, good results can be made.
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