DIG SOUTHWEST, DIG ALABI VISITS OGUN STATE COMMAND; HARPS ON PRESERVATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

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DIG SOUTHWEST, DIG ALABI VISITS OGUN STATE COMMAND; HARPS ON PRESERVATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

By Oki Samson, Trek Africa Newspaper

Deputy Inspector-General of Police, DIG Force CID, representing South-west, DIG Abiodun Alabi pays working visit to Ogun State Police Command
Deputy Inspector-General of Police, DIG Force CID, representing South-west, DIG Abiodun Alabi pays working visit to Ogun State Police Command

 

 

The Deputy Inspector-General of Police representing the Southwest, DIG Abiodun Alabi has urged police officers across the country to maintain discipline in preservation of human rights noting that any officer who does otherwise will be dealt with decisively. He made this note during his visit to Ogun State Police Command as part of his duty tour of the Southwest, National Association of Online Security News Publishers, NAOSNP can report.

The disciplinarian par excellence, DIG Abiodun Alabi said: ‘Human rights abuse had been identified as one of the major factors affecting the image of Police. Officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force must be exemplary in their conduct, maintain the highest level of discipline to earn the respect and support of the general public in the discharge of their duties.’

 

 

The Deputy Inspector General of Police who is also in charge of the Force CID urged police officers to accord members of the public their due dignity and respect human rights while discharging their duties.

The State Commissioner of Police, Ogun State Command, CP Abiodun Alamutu, ably represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC State CID, DCP Bode Ojajuni and other top hierarchy of the command received the DIG.

 

 

In his address, CP Alamutu said that the status of Ogun as the industrial hub of the nation and neighbour to many states and other countries was not without its antecedent security challenges.
He explained that the command was rising to the challenges.

Upon leaving the Nigeria Police Force in Eleweran, Abeokuta, the DIG paid a courtesy call on the Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo to receive his royal blessings and intimate the royal father with the plan of the force to effectively police the country.

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