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AIG Olofu calls for port watertight security during and after Christmas

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By Abiodun OBA

The Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Maritime Police Command, Lagos, AIG Olofu Adetutu Rhoda, has called for teamwork spirit which she considers a necessity for safety, effectiveness, success and morale booster among strategic leaders and field officers of the Command.

Maritime Police Command, Ag. Police Public Relations Officer,ASP Ehinmode, A. Rowland in a statement at the Force Headquarters Annex, Lagos, disclosed that AIG Olofu made the call in her yuletide/end of the year operational order to Commands and Formations under her watch.

The AIG particularly directed the officers to emplace adequate and watertight security at the nations’ ports, harbours, the inland and navigable waterways as well as the coastal communities during and after the yuletide period.

She advised officers to demonstrate high level professionalism and tact in the discharge of their duties while ensuring there is no security breach in their area of responsibilities.

AIG Olofu appreciated the personnel of the Command for their dedication, absolute commitment, unwavering loyalty and resilience in the face of daunting and intimidating security challenges in the outgoing year.

She also commended the coordinated activities of other ancillary Maritime Commands and Formations in the provision of security, enforcement of law and orders, and operational guide against crimes and criminalities.

AIG Olofu encouraged the officers to play by the rules, up their services and dedication to the nation and the Force, be proactive and professional, and shun corruption in all its forms and shapes.

While reiterating the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Olukayode Adeolu Egbetokun, Ph.D, NPM commitment to ensuring robust welfare packages for all, the AIG wishes all a merry Christmas and a prosperous and secured 2024.

 

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