Governor Wike donates intelligence, surveillance centre to police, pledges 10 armoured vehicles

Governor Wike donates intelligence, surveillance centre to police, pledges 10 armoured vehicles
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Rivers State governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has handed over to the Nigeria Police the Intelligence and Surveillance Centre that was built by his administration with the sole aim of boosting efforts of the security agencies in crime fighting in the State.Governor Wike donates intelligence, surveillance centre to police, pledges 10 armoured vehicles

Governor Wike made the hand over on Monday at the inauguration of the Intelligence and Surveillance Centre in Ogbum-Nu-Abali community, Port Harcourt. The inauguration was performed by the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba.

The governor said the Centre is fitted with the latest technology and it will help in improving crime fighting capability of police officers and make the State safer.

He noted the need to creating more conducive climate for people in the State to go about their various endeavours and encourage the business community to operate their investment with greater sense of security.

Let me say clearly, this is our own contribution to making sure we have peace, fight insecurity, and that those who do business and reside here sleep with their two eyes close.” – he said.

Governor Wike donates intelligence, surveillance centre to police, pledges 10 armoured vehicles

Governor Wike assured that another Intelligence and Surveillance Centre will be built and donated to the police in the next six months.

Together, the two centres, governor Wike enthused, that it will be part of the continued support of his administration towards strengthening the capability of the security agencies in their fight against criminality in the State

Governor Wike pledged to purchase and donate 10 more armoured vehicles to the Intelligence and Surveillance Centre to strengthen the performance of officers that will be deployed to the centre.

The governor noted that crime fighting in the State has improved tremendously since the Inspector General of Police was appointed. This is because instead of interfering, he has encouraged professionalism among his officers.

Governor Wike recalled that before the IGP was appointment, police commissioners posted to the Rivers State were changed intermittent, which affected crime fighting in the State.Governor Wike donates intelligence, surveillance centre to police, pledges 10 armoured vehicles

Let me commend our special guest of honour for the support you’re giving to this Command to fight crime. I want to say it on good authority that since you came we have had peace, we have had good relationship with the Police Command, unlike what use to happen before where in one year we had over eight Commissioners of Police. I thank you for not bringing politics in security issues, and that is why today Rivers people can count this as one of the safest states.” – Wike said.

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