Delta CP, Olufemi resumes office, vows to eliminate criminals

The new Commissioner of Police, Delta State Command, Mr Abaniwonda Olufemi, on Wednesday, promised to make criminals uncomfortable in the state.

Olufemi who made the promise shortly after assuming office as the Commissioner of Police Delta State Command also promised to put in place existing security mechanisms towards enthroning the reign of peace and safety of their lives and property at all times.

He assured Deltans, residents and non-residents that the Command under his watch will ensure that the State becomes uncomfortable for criminals.

Olufemi who assumed duty as the 22nd Commissioner of Police in Delta State took over from AIG Wale Abass who has been transferred to Police Force Headquarters Abuja,

He said, “I want to assure you that under my watch as CP, the state will become uncomfortable for criminals.

“I came to the state with the mandate to carry out basic police duties for people to sleep with their two eyes closed”

He tasked the youths not to allow themselves to be used for any act of criminality and advised the public to always cooperate with the Police and other security agencies for a crime-free society.

Mr. Olufemi has served in various capacities in the Police which includes the 2 I/C Squadron Commander Police Mobile Force in Jos from the year 1996, he also served as Squadron Commander at MOPOL 8 Jos from the year 2002-2005.

In his handing over remarks, AIG Wale Abass thanked the State Government and the people of the State for their cooperation while he was in charge of the Command and urged them to extend the same cooperation to his successor.

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