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Delta Police Commissioner Restates Willingness to Foster Peace and Justice in the State

As part of ongoing measures tailored towards addressing some pressing security concerns in the state and in line with his earnest resolve to partner with all progress- minded Deltans to healing wounds and eschewing all forms of hate and bitterness and thereby bringing about lasting peace, safety, security and justice in the state, the Commissioner of Police, Delta State Command, CP Zanna M Ibrahim, psc has restated the command’s willingness and determination to partner with all stakeholders in the state towards ensuring that peace, and Justice reign in the state.

The Police Commissioner stated this in his office at the Command Headquarters, Asaba, when members of the Delta State Conflict Management Alliance (DSCMA) paid him a courtesy/advocacy visit.

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The CP who was enthused that Deltans from all walks of life are demonstrating a renewed interest, confidence and trust in the police under his watch, expressed his readiness to  work with DSCMA and other well meaning groups to advance the course of peace and justice in the state.

Speaking earlier, the spokesperson of DSCMA drew the attention of the CP to a case wherein women from Ovre r’Eku were allegedly brutalized and flogged by some security agencies providing security to Presco Company Limited Benin during their protest march sometime in 2016.

The group expressed its resolve to work together with the police and other relevant agencies in addressing issues of conflicts in the state and thanked the Commissioner for the warm reception accorded them by the Command.

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